This season there is a good chance you’ll be swinging by Calgary’s own Arts Commons at least once. After all, there’s plenty to feast your eyes on including a number of intriguing visual arts displays.
With wonderful light and bold colours, fall is a great time to be a visual arts fan. And with September comes the start of tons of new shows. From pop-up festival exhibits to studio crawls, this month has it all.
For In-Definite Arts’ latest group exhibition, 16 member artists have created works that showcase their favourite movie or TV show, and the reception features a free outdoor movie screening.
As summer rolls along there’s a good chance you haven’t checked out the visual arts programming at Arts Commons. But trust us, you’ll want to give yourself a chance to explore.
August is typically a little slower in the visual arts world but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t still great shows to check out. Beat the heat or do an art walk, it’s a fantastic time to explore.
The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth might be this month but there’s a bunch of other exhibitions just as worthy of your attention. We’re talking about all the great visual arts programming.
At a quick glance Outfit for the Afterlife looks exactly like an everyday outfit—a t-shirt and jeans, something you would wear on a casual day running errands.
Don’t miss this extraordinary selection of vintage photographs of North American indigenous people including both iconic and previously little known images.
An exhibition of stunning, though-provoking works, this show gives the creators a chance to reclaim portraiture as a powerful gesture of self-expression and self-determination.