Diverse range of UAlberta alumni, staff & faculty sound art projects featured in AGA exhibit at Enterprise Square Galleries Imagine an art gallery. The picture that often comes to your mind’s eye is an image of hushed whispers and library-quiet rooms filled with contemplative people gazing cross-armed at static artwork on the walls. Then what … Read moreSONAR

Threshold: Ryoji Ikeda Nov. 4

Following the success of artist, curator and teacher Patrick Mahon’s recent visit on Oct. 16, the University of Alberta’s Visual Art & Design Forum continues its dynamic lecture series on Nov. 4 with a much anticipated appearance from Professor Ryoji Ikeda, visual artist and printmaker from Musashino Art University, Tokyo. Professor Ikeda’s visit will mark … Read moreThreshold: Ryoji Ikeda Nov. 4

Video teaser: Loveplay

The challenges of bringing multiple characters and time periods to life in Loveplay There is something special about the energy in the lobby after a great performance. You have to be there to experience the animated chatter and provocative discussion of the play. That experience is what sets live theatre apart from television or movies. … Read moreVideo teaser: Loveplay

The Violet Hour video teaser

New Studio Theatre season launches with a theatrical love poem to author F. Scott Fitzgerald On now until Saturday, September 27th at the Timms Centre for the Arts, The Violet Hour is sure to be an appealing theatre experience for literary lovers, writers, bookworms and book clubs, dreamers and poets — really anyone with an affinity for … Read moreThe Violet Hour video teaser

Printed Matter

Current Positions in Austrian Printmaking Printmaking is a powerful medium as it holds the potential to both inform and arouse emotions. A walk through the international exhibit, Printed Matter: Current Positions in Austrian Printmaking, on now until March 22 at the University of Alberta’s FAB Gallery in collaboration with the Künstlerhaus in Vienna and Calgary’s Museum of Contemporary Art, … Read morePrinted Matter