A new month means a fresh batch of visual arts events for you to hit up. April always brings a bunch of awesome exhibitions to check out alongside a ton of show and sales, pop-ups, and much more.Learn More
A celebration of dance, drama, music, and interdisciplinary performance, the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts’ festival of student work unites disciplines for a collaborative program.Learn More
Come see what Alberta’s designers, craft-makers, and artists have created and enter to win tickets to the First Night Fundraiser on March 28.Learn More
Looking for something fun and free to do this week? Calgary’s arts community has you covered with a bunch of awesome events! Check out book launches, screenings, Earth Hour celebrations, and more.Learn More
Not a battle of sexes but a battle of sexual orientation, Cock tells the story of a gay man who unexpectedly falls for a woman. This award-winning work makes its Calgary debut with Artists’ Collective Theatre.Learn More
Rediscover the spirit of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays and join The Shakespeare Company, Hit & Myth, and Vertigo Theatre for this macabre re-imagining of one of the Bard’s greatest works.Learn More
From storytellers to openings to the YYC Free Market, the first week of spring brings a ton of fresh opportunities to expand your circle and your mind. Get out of the house and checkout these awesome events.Learn More
The Sisters of Perpetual Sewing might miss the excitement of the old days but merry mix-ups seem to multiply when they try to save an orphanage. A sequel to Stage West’s smash hit, this farce will have you rolling in the aisles.
Many years ago, a wealthy businesswoman tossed her only son out to fend for himself. Now, she has come looking to make amends only to find he has been accused of murder. Mystery fans won’t want to miss this Canadian premiere production.
Rediscover the spirit of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays and join The Shakespeare Company, Hit & Myth, and Vertigo Theatre for another macabre re-imagining. This new production is sure to leave you shivering in anticipation.
Not a battle of sexes but a battle of sexual orientation, Cock tells the story of a gay man who unexpectedly falls for a woman. A playful, candid look at sexuality, this award-winning work makes its Calgary debut with Artists’ Collective Theatre.
Using charcoal and eraser, Robert Pierce lets instinct and impulse take over, freeing himself to uncover surprising beauty in unadulterated action. Just like his drawings, this exhibition continually evolves, as works sold are replaced with another.
Local indie publisher Freehand Books has a book featured on Canada Reads, CBC’s annual week-long battle of the books. Cheer on Homes: A Refugee Story by Abu Bakr Al Rabeeah and Winnie Yeung each morning this week at this free screening.
The Enbridge Famous 5 Speaker Series profiles extraordinarily successful women and next up is Karen Crowshoe. Officially sworn in as judge of the Provincial Court of Alberta in 2018, she became the first Blackfoot woman to serve on the Provincial Court.
This free lunch hour concert features arias and ensembles performed by Calgary Opera’s Emerging Artist Program Ensemble. Bringing to light the wayward wiles of young lovers, this concert also features selections from just announced upcoming season.