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.
A gallery and giftshop with mostly western Canadian handmade art and artisania from jewellery to pottery to paintings photographs woodwork glasswork textiles and more. Home of Those Great Little Books handbound books.
VASA Galleries and Studios offers the public the unique opportunity to visit with artists working in their studios and an art gallery for viewing works of Alberta artists. This vibrant artist run center is a must for all art lovers and would be artists.
Enjoy an amazing evening at the Rosebud Theatre located just 25 minutes from Drumheller. This package provides 2 tickets to the Rosebud Theatre, 2 buffet dinner tickets during the show and an overnight stay at the Canalta Jurassic Hotel.
Journey through the Canadian Badlands on this 5-day/4-night history and culture tour. Hike pine forest trails in the middle of the prairie, meet prehistoric dinosaurs, explore the culturally diverse city of Medicine Hat and dine on creative local dishes as you journey through southern Alberta. Tours available June to September.
For over 30 years Mike Svob has been seeking and portraying the light, colour and shapes that take hold of our imagination and memory. Drawn by its potential dimensions Mike has become widely known for his conceptual pushing of colour toward a new and intriguing reality. Inspired by recent hiking and camping trips in Shadow Lake, Skoki, Lake O’Hara, Emerald Lake and Jasper, Svob’s latest works reflect his love of the Rockies. Artist reception March 24, 2-5 p.m.
Presenting both established and emerging artists in this exhibition, Canada House Gallery offers a diverse glimpse at a loved and revered subject – BEAR. Situated in Canada’s First National Park and a World UNESCO Heritage site, we adore all that makes our place sacred, and that includes our wildlife. Bears represent the whole of nature, and we cherish their safety, their habitat, their future. Richard Cole and Robert Lemay have been anchor artists at CHG for years, yet the BEAR is a relatively new subject for them. We are pleased to welcome emerging artists, Susie Cipolla & Sarah Martin to the gallery and our collectors and show how BEAR inspires them in their work.A portion of the proceeds will go towards WildSmart; a program of the Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley, a non-profit charitable organization. Established in 2005, WildSmart is a proactive conservation strategy that encourages efforts by communities to reduce negative human-wildlife interactions. Their goal is to develop a coordinated approach to education/outreach programs and help support direct management activities that will aid in increasing public safety and enjoyment as well as contribute towards sustainable wildlife populations.The funds that you will be donating to WildSmart will be used to recruit and train new volunteers for their Wildlife Ambassador Program. Come meet Nick de Ruyter, WildSmart Education and Outreach Coordinator, at the reception.
Bonfire is Rapid Fire Theatre’s annual romp of new ideas in long-form improv. Starring the members of the Rapid Fire Theatre ensemble, each show at Bonfire has been created by one of RFT’s own. Every show at Bonfire is a new idea that we’ve never tried before; it might work, it might not, but either way it’ll be a joy to witness. The 2018 Bonfire Festival runs April 12-14 and 19-21.