Lisa Riehl’s Tricky Little Bee painting

August Exhibitions

Get to know Calgary’s awesome visual arts community this summer as August brings the heat. With a mix of ongoing exhibitions, pop-up gatherings, and special events, there’s plenty to see and do.

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Visitors explore the Western Oasis at the Calgary Stampede

Western Oasis

From food to music, agriculture to rodeo, the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth is bound to amaze, but one of our favourite places to visit is a haven of creative arts, crafts, and music.

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Joe Andoe’s Mid Continent (Trips)

Exhibitions July 2018

If you haven’t had a chance to get to know Calgary’s visual arts community, the summer offers you a great chance to do so. With a mix of ongoing exhibitions and special events, there’s plenty to see and do.

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Let’s Talk About… Public Art

Focusing not on the cost, but the ways that public art connects people to place, the panel is moderated by consultant Ciara McKeown and features Alana Bartol, Iman Bukhari, Dan Jacobson, and Michelle Reid.

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An almost black image of Dana Buzzee’s Smoke Show

Summer at Arts Commons

If you find yourself downtown this summer with a bit of spare time, trust us when we say a seasonal exploration of Arts Commons is worthwhile. You’re sure to find a few surprises in its unique halls.

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Photo of a girl creating at Contemporary Kids at cSPACE King Edward

Exhibitions June 2018

As we roll into another month and another season, it’s the perfect time to get to know Calgary’s amazing visual arts community. From ongoing exhibitions to pop-up sales to tons of festivals, there’s lots to see and do.

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Emily Filler’s Dreamscape into the wild I

Exhibitions May 2018

Calgary’s visual arts community pulls out all the stops this May for a month of incredible programming. From ongoing exhibitions to gallery hops, there’s a ton to see and do. Here’s what we’re checking out.

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Walking With Our Sisters' Walking Path

Walking With Our Sisters Calgary

Featuring more than 1,800 moccasin vamps donated by hundreds of caring and concerned individuals, this installation gives a visual representation of the lives that vanished without a trace and the travesty of justice.

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Sad Bastards' Bad Luck Ball Poster

Sad Bastards’ Bad Luck Ball

Get gussied up in your rockabilly best and support Elephant Artist Relief Society at its upcoming fundraiser. This Friday the 13th, dance away your bad luck blues with local bands and fantastic art auctions.

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