If you love animation then Quickdraw Animation Society has the festival for you! The annual Giant Incandescent Resonating Animation Festival (GIRAF) kicks off its 12th year with Nova Seed.
Bringing together dancers from the University of Calgary, alumni and the dance community at large, Dance Montage has become a yearly staple in Calgary and features 10 diverse dance works.
Continuing its faculty series with the first of two concerts, the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts presents its resident string quartet performing the works of Béla Bartók.
Another timely offering from Wordfest, acclaimed historian Charlotte Gray presents her richly rewarding new book about what it means to be Canadian—The Promise of Canada.
With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season it’s always important to take a moment out for yourself. And what better way to do so than take in a performance?
‘Tis the season and it’s certainly apparent with this week’s offering of free events. With festive performances and a couple of great art tours, it’s apparent that the holidays are sneaking up on us.
When the body of a young man falls into Harold and Elsie’s farm, the mysterious guest affects a profound transformation on them. Don’t miss this tale of love, loss, and the redemptive power of letting go.
With voice-controlled electronics, singers, violoncello, electric bass, prepared turntables and drums, Exo/Endo is a not-to-be-missed performance from Andrea Young.
A grand love letter to Calgary in the British tradition of the holiday pantomime, Slipper goes far beyond its billing as A Distinctly Calgarian Cinderella Story. Its an adaption well worth checking out this season.