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Arts & Performing Arts Culture, Heritage & Arts

You know that feeling that makes your heart swell when the orchestra hits a sweet, sad note? Or when contemplating an artistic masterpiece, the humbling sense that you’re in the presence of greatness? Or the terror you feel for the protagonist being stalked onstage? Savour these deliciously extreme emotions when you immerse yourself in the local arts and performing arts scene. Exhibitions and live performances are richly diverse, from contemporary to timeless classics, at indoor and outdoor venues alike. Browse the art galleries and studios, take in a play or spend the evening at the symphony, the opera or the ballet. The artist in you will rejoice.
Arts and performing arts at the Francis Winspear Centre for Music in Edmonton
Francis Winspear Centre for Music
Arts and performing arts at the Francis Winspear Centre for Music in Edmonton
Francis Winspear Centre for Music

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Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Edmonton, Alberta
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Star-studded pirouettes and arias, tragedies and comedies all come to life on the Jubilee Auditorium’s stage. The tenors of the Edmonton Opera Company and the dancers of Alberta Ballet call the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium home. Gifted by the provincial government to the people of Alberta, it’s a performance and cultural centre as well as an arts learning venue for kids and adults. The “Jube” hosts the full gamut of international dance, music, comedy and drama.

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Canada House Gallery

Banff, Alberta
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Showcasing the work of a diverse collection of nationally and internationally recognized Canadian artists, this Banff gallery has paintings, sculptures and a vast collection of Inuit art from Canada's arctic.

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Mountain Galleries

Jasper, Alberta
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Mountain Galleries' mission is to support and promote living Canadian Artists. Founded in 1992 by artist/filmmaker Wendy Wacko, Mountain Galleries is one of the largest commercial galleries in Western Canada with locations in Banff, Jasper and Whistler. The collection represents major and mid-career artists. The diversity of the collection is part of the gallery's success. Museum quality clay, glass, bronze and stone carvings are featured, as well as a very carefully curated Inuit collection. The gallery also houses original paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolour, as well as an interesting collection of private edition reproductions that are very reasonably priced.

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