From the Esker Foundation and Glenbow to Calgary’s amazing artist run centres, there’s an abundance to see this month. June brings an exciting lineup of fresh and challenging visual arts exhibitions.
Achtung, music friends. With Jiajia Li on flute and Elisabeth Desruisseaux on piano, join Impasto Duo for its season finale featuring an evening of music from German classical greats for flute and piano.
Hosted by Richard Kemick and featuring author Mark Kingwell, join the Calgary Public Library and Wordfest as Calgary’s most guilt-free trivia competition returns for round three.
With celebrations and open invitations for reflection and healing, this week Indigenous culture takes the spotlight. There’s even free events at Sled Island to hit up. Here’s what we’re checking out.
With more than 250 bands on the docket as well as comedy, film, and visual art lineups, Sled Island is back and ready to rock your faces off. This annual five-day music and arts festival is set to take over.
Ever make a mistake in love? We’ve all been there before—lovesick and languishing. One Yellow Rabbit digs into a playlist of 21st century music makers and explores the pains of love through movement.
Coinciding with National Aboriginal Day and Aboriginal Awareness Week, head to Studio Bell for live music and educational tours that explore the legacy of Canadian Indigenous music icons.
In the greatest literary doubleheader of the season, Mark Kingwell and Stacey May Fowles knock the cover off the ball with Wordfest.
For its final show of the season, join The Listening Room YYC and hear Deanne Matley performs songs inspired by the legendary Nina Simone. Come early and stay late—doors open at 6:15pm for dinner.