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A trip to FAB Gallery quite often takes you outside of your world for a brief moment. Angela Snieder's dreamy prints do just that....
Miriam Rudolph: dispossesion

Miriam Rudolph's work has a sense of urgency in it's beautifully layered and patterned narratives. Her show leaves you thinking about our own place in...

There are innumerable methodologies and aesthetic values to negotiate when undertaking an adaptation for the stage. The most apparent approach is a simple transposition...
Daniel Stadnicki playing drums in the Riel House.
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A percussive tour of the Riel House The Riel House is set to be demolished. It has had a long history with the Department of...
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Jesse Sherburne is always looking for new ways to push his students’ imaginations. The U of A alumnus, Edmonton-based artist and design instructor is...

The Kaufman Kabaret presents the audience with a little known piece of Canadian history: the acceptance and decriminalization of birth control as a result...

Reason 24/50 to Go See A Play Studio Theatre patrons will be the first audiences to see The Kaufman Kabaret by Hannah Moscovitch (March...
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U of A Drama instructor presents at TEDxUAlberta For its inaugural conference, TEDxUAlberta has pulled together a dynamic roster of inspiring speakers and performers. The...

U of A welcomes international artists for their first public performances in Western Canada The work of British choreographer Jonathan Burrows and Italian composer Matteo...
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After centuries of queer life being hidden in the closet and the loss of almost an entire generation of gay men to HIV/AIDS, The...