With a very busy week ahead, grab your calendar and fill it up with these free and fantastic events. From National Indigenous Peoples Day to Sled Island, there’s no reason to be bored. Be sure to make the most of it by checking out these cool events.Learn More
With more than 250 bands alongside comedy, film, and visual art lineups, Sled Island returns with five days of incredible programming. With guest curator Julien Baker leading the way, it’s a must see for any festival or music fan!Learn More
The music of Canada’s Indigenous people is as broad, complex, and dynamic as the communities and traditions from which it originates. Join the National Music Centre for a week of special events and live music.Learn More
It’s 1985, and rock star wannabe, Robbie Hart, is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer. He’s the life of the party until his own fiancée Linda leaves him at the altar. Now, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own.Learn More
A fantastical show sure to take you on a journey through the landscapes, emotions, and visions of each ensemble member, prepare for the unexpected as Momo Movement presents its first full-length production in five years.Learn More
With tons of opportunities to connect with your community or get to know a new one, this week is shaping up to be spectacular. Swing by a Neighbour Day celebration or hit the road for an open studio event along the foothills, there’s lots to do.Learn More
Start your summer on a high note with a diverse blend of world-class jazz as the annual JazzYYC Summer Festival takes over Calgary. You can even check out late night jams, public workshops, and signature events.Learn More
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.
Head to Glenbow to see a varied selection of portraiture produced over a 200-year period. Ladylikeness offers a fascinating look at how these artists chose to work within the genre in very different ways.
The result of four art workshops held at Glenbow for children and families served by Kainaiwa Children’s Services Corporation Prevention and Support, explore their work in this unique showcase curated by Joanne Schmidt.
Tsēmā Igharas’ Black Gold approaches mining practices and the indisputably thriving yet destructive extractive industries in the colonial states of British Columbia and Alberta. An opening reception and performance takes place April 5 at 7:00pm.
Failed, frozen, or partially-rendered images create blurry, digital mirages of people, places, and moments. Hazel Eckert’s Soft Focus brings together large-scale printed works of nearly-captured moments from the artist’s iPhone.
An exhibition by David Scott, join the Alberta Society of Artists for Past (Tense). Explore it during the opening reception from 1:00 to 3:00pm on May 11, with an artist talk taking place at 1:30pm.