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.
An evening with renowned Canadian social justice and feminist activist, writer, journalist, educator, and speaker, join Wordfest for this reading and on-stage interview with Judy Rebick.
Calgary’s one and only official poetry slam, Ink Spot has been bringing competitive poetry to YYC since 2003. A democratic platform for expression, join in as a performer or as an audience member.
Head to the National Music Centre and check out this annual celebration of its after-school program. See the students perform in front of a supportive audience and showcase their hard work.
Enterprising, passionate, meticulous, and, of course, entertaining, folk singer-songwriter Kray Van Kirk has been compared to John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Richard Thompson, and Douglie MacLean.
Every culture has myths and legends which are passed on for generations. Looking back on its own long history, join the Calgary Chinese Orchestra for a concert that celebrates these stories through song.
This unconventional book club presents the theme of the afternoon and you bring your own book, poem, or object that you feel best articulates it, join d.talks and the Esker Foundation for PLACEHOLDER.
A play about art, consent, polyamory, and the internet, Major Matt Mason Collective debuts new work that explores boundaries—in relationships, in art, and the grey space where they converge.
Prove you’re the smartest person in the room and join the Calgary Public Library and Wordfest as Calgary’s most guilt-free trivia competition returns for June. It’s your chance to win bragging rights and tasty beverages.