A classic journey, but with a musical twist, this evening celebrates a year-long project with a modern, guitar-based concert. Enter for a chance to win tickets.Learn More
With premieres by La Otra Orilla and Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, this unmissable double bill features live music and incredible performances—it’s your chance to see an Arctic flamenco alongside a fantastical, fiery love tale.Learn More
Debuting with one of the most iconic and significant plays of the 20th century, Waiting for Godot, Black Radish Theatre is the collective passion project of local actors Andy Curtis, Christopher Hunt, Duval Lang, and Tyrell Crews.Learn More
A raucous and unforgettable musical journey that shines a light on the iconoclasts whose creativity has led to profound artistic upheaval, join the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra for this boundary-pushing festival.Learn More
Love superheroes? How about comics? And what about science fiction? If you said yes to any of those questions, you need to hit up this annual pop culture extravaganza.Learn More
Time is flying by and we can’t believe it’s the end of April already! So, make the most of the last few days of the month and hit up these free events. Here’s what we’re checking out this week—there’s so much to do.Learn More
Get ready, one jazzy party is about to begin! Calgary is one of the only cities in the world to take the inspiration from International Jazz Day and expand it into a full festival so join JazzYYC for this year’s celebration.Learn More
The works in Neil Campbell’s Esker exhibition range from wall paintings to vinyl print installations to forms milled from plate steel. His carefully articulated shapes and patterning morph gallery spaces from being familiar and static to something unexpected and active.
Jeremy Shaw’s first solo show in Calgary revolves around three para-fictional short films—Quickeners, Liminals, and I Can See Forever. Shaw’s central film trilogy is complemented by his photographic series Towards Universal Pattern Recognition.
A group exhibition of photography, Walled Off is guest curated by the University of Calgary’s Dona Schwartz. This show brings together photographic work that explores state suppression, control, and containment.
Albertine Crow Shoe is known primarily for her exquisite jewellery and this exhibition features highlights of her past work as well as entirely new creations based on her discoveries from working with Glenbow’s collection.
One of the most significant Spanish artists of the 20th century, Antoni Tàpies’ printmaking is intense, politicized, and defiant. This collection was acquired by Glenbow in 2010 and has never before been publicly exhibited at the museum.
Ottawa-based artist Meryl McMaster transforms her appearance, whether by layering photographic images onto her body or through elaborate costumes and props she creates and inhabits as alter egos.
Organized by the Royal Ontario Museum, Christian Dior explores the ground-breaking work of one of fashion’s greatest couture houses and a glimpse into the rise of a fashion icon. Don’t miss this much-anticipated international fashion exhibition.
Glenna Cardinal continues to explore her bone-deep connection to the reserve land that she grew up on—the land that was her grandmothers’ and is now the Southwest Calgary Ring Road.