Under the Spotlight

Pyretic Productions: Blood of our Soil

“[Blood of Our Soil] is the most powerful presentation that I have seen of the long history of travesties that the people of Ukraine have suffered from the time of Stalin through Hitler and now under Putin.” – Linda Duncan, MP Edmonton-Strathcona, House of Commons March 20, 2017 Of all of the amazing and transformative productions... Continue Reading →

Art Gallery of Alberta

Do you know that the Art Gallery has more to offer than art? Even with the amazing galleries open to the public, including a fascinating gallery called Undaunted, featuring Canadian women painters from the 19th Century, there are more opportunities to experience art and be creative! For all Alberta post-secondary students (with valid ID), youth 17 and under,... Continue Reading →

Love & Information at MacEwan University

22 actors. 100 roles. 57 plays. After a successful run of Sister Act, the MacEwan Theatre Arts and Production students are back with a fascinating production of Caryl Churchill's Love and Information. This production offers an insightful snapshot of our current society and what makes us human. Through thought-provoking mini scenes, Love and Information explores and questions where... Continue Reading →

Chinook Series

Want a great way to keep warm during the cold month of February? A chinook is heading your way for two hot weeks this month at the ATB Financial Arts Barns! The 2018 Chinook Series is a collection of 7 different performance and art streams so there are many opportunities for you to experience something... Continue Reading →

Why talk about Edmonton arts?

On average, 2 hours and 15 minutes per day are spent on social networks. Of that time, how often do you see posts about local arts events? Even for those who are deeply involved in the scene, it can be hard to notice everything going on so... why not make it easier? Follow me as... Continue Reading →


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