The Summer Patio Series returns! Every Thursday from June 16th through August 25th, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., members and guests are invited to relax, drinks in hand, on Latitude 53’s outdoor patio, while learning a bit more about contemporary visual culture! Watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold during these eleven weeks. This unique downtown summer event is Latitude 53’s largest fundraiser of the year. All proceeds from bar sales, door donations, and membership directly support upcoming programming.
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.
Thought-provoking heritage exhibitions and world-class works by renowned Canadian artists await your discovery in our state-of-the-art exhibition space. Join us in the Borealis Gallery, where temporary exhibitions will be featured throughout the year, celebrating our dynamic Canadian identity, our rich history and our cultural diversity.
Want to enjoy the comforts of home after attending a major Edmonton event? After your event, relax in style and comfort in a suite of your choice. Campus Tower is 2 blocks from the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium and minutes from Whyte Avenue, downtown Edmonton and the Ice District.
Calgary's East Village is booming with great food, music and history. Meet-up at Charbar in the Simmons Building before walking the few short blocks to Studio Bell at National Music Centre. Use promo code Travel Alberta for a 10% discount.
See live jousting and medieval themed vendors at the Brooks Medieval Faire August 12 & 13. The Hot Summer Knights package includes: overnight accommodation, continental breakfast, one day family entry pass, and a $25 Esso gas card, and more.
Past meets present in a film that is evocative in approach, energized by breathtaking cinematography and an uplifting musical score, and offers a new and articulate voice to the artists who were the Group of Seven. Painted Land weaves seamlessly the experiences of Lawren Harris, J.E.H. MacDonald, A.Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, Franklin Carmichael and A.J. Casson – with the adventures of three modern day sleuths. Historian Michael Burtch, and the writer and photographer team of Gary and Joanie McGuffin are determined to track down the precise locations of these famous paintings. Archival film, letters, journals and photographs of the artists – some of which have never been seen in public – take the viewers back in time. This film weaves this history with a modern day adventure, up mountains, down canyon rivers and over portages with our trio as they try to achieve their own personal quest: to actually ‘walk in the Group of Seven’s footsteps’.
On Canada Day, celebrate at Studio Bell with live music that takes you across Canada, interactive exhibitions, and some surprises! To celebrate, visitors on July 1 will receive free admission to Studio Bell courtesy of Bell Canada.
The award-winning Honens Festival returns 7 to 10 September 2017 for a four-day festival of music with a side of maple syrup! To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, this celebration of piano showcases some of the country’s brightest classical music stars alongside Honens Laureates through innovative performance projects and dynamic community concerts. The Festival features free events, including the popular Open Air concert at Central Memorial Park, Storytellers for children and Masterclasses for aspiring Albertan pianists.