September always brings a fresh batch of visual arts exhibitions as the scene gears up for a new season. You won’t want to miss these stellar shows, special events, and so much more.
The National Music Centre kicks off the fall season of its Alberta Spotlight series and you can win your way in—first up is Lucette with opener Hermitess.
Calgary’s Cowtown Opera opens its 2018/19 Double Trouble Season with The Bat—an outrageous costume comedy adaptation of Strauss’s Die Fledermaus—and you can win your way in.
Another season, another month, and Calgary’s arts community continues to shine with performance week at the M:ST 9 Performative Art Biennial, Alberta Culture Days, and Calgary’s first volunteer fair.
Known as the people’s diva and beloved the world over, four-time Grammy Award-winning soprano Renée Fleming returns to Calgary for one of the most highly anticipated concerts of the season.
Have a great chat about what you’ve read with an equally engaged group of book lovers and join Wordfest for its monthly book club. This September, read The Mars Room and take part in the conversation.
Alberta College of Art + Design’s Illingworth Kerr Gallery is commemorating its 60th anniversary with an expansive retrospective exhibition exploring its elusive 60-year history—a feat that has never been done before.
Inspired by President Barack Obama’s Of Thee I Sing, author and musician Wab Kinew presents this tribute to historic and modern-day Indigenous heroes. Join Wordfest for this special evening.
The Edmonton-based Gotta Minute Film Festival celebrates it fifth year with an expansion to Calgary and has films screening along the CTrain Transit System and at the Calgary International Airport.