The Edmonton-based Gotta Minute Film Festival celebrates it fifth year with an expansion to Calgary and has films screening along the CTrain Transit System and at the Calgary International Airport.
Ready to get a peek behind the doors of Calgary institutions? Doors Open invites buildings to let Calgarians in for free. Many sites offer tours, special activities, and behind-the-scenes experiences.
A graveyard might be the last place you’d expect to find live music and contemporary art installations, but that’s exactly what this non-religious, sacred event honours the dead with art and camaraderie.
The perfect time to indulge your inner film lover, the Calgary International Film Festival returns with an impressive lineup and 12 days of events.
A spectacle of community engagement for all ages, this celebration of science, technology, and art brings sectors together to build, engage, and exhibit interactive works of art and entertainment.
An annual highlight in Calgary’s dance community, the 37th Annual Alberta Dance Festival returns with new works by nine contemporary choreographers and two distinct programs of performance over two weekends.
Celebrating its fifth year with a jam-packed roster of talent from around the world, Circle returns with a day full of incredible performing artists, delicious food and drinks, and fun for the entire family.
An ever-surprising biennial of performative art, M:ST 9 brings 21 performance artists to Calgary for a month-long festival celebrating experimental and risk-taking work that disrupts conventions.
It might be Canada’s International Festival of Piano, but if you simply love music, you really should check out Honens—and 2018 is a competition year!