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As the National Music Centre (NMC) prepares to move into its new building, currently under construction at 9th Avenue and 4th Street SE in downtown Calgary, it will be ending all tours and on-site education programming at its current location. To celebrate its incredible collection before it is moved, NMC will also be offering a free tour of the current gallery space on Thursday, December 4 at 6:00pm.
Does your organization believe that the arts can contribute to urban sustainability? You may be interested in hosting a service-learning activity at ucalgarycares' Sustainable Cities program in February 2015.
At three locations in Bridgeland, and three more in the EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts, you might come across small, enclosed plinths filled with small-scale art exhibits. Tiny Gallery, which launched earlier in 2014, is behind them: it builds the plinths and places them on pedestrian-friendly Calgary streets.
On November 21, 2014, Talent Pool presents Entrepreneurship – The D.I.Y. Career Choice in cooperation with the Calgary Chamber and The City Of Calgary Youth Employment Centre. This TED-style talk covers best practices, pitfalls and outcomes of choosing the path of becoming an entrepreneur.
Every November for the past five years, the Calgary Public Library has encourages all Calgarians to engage in a shared experience through reading the same book. This year, One Book One Calgary is highlighting Walls: Travels Along the Barricades by Calgary author Marcello Di Cintio.
create! in the East Village offers free, drop-in, inclusive creative programming for East Village residents and members of the Golden Age Club. From November 3 to 7, 2014, create! participants will be bringing their creative skills to ATB Financial's Stampede Station branch (1337 Macleod Trail SE).
Theatre Alberta, the Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta (ATAA) and Fringe Theatre Adventures are pleased to invest in enhancing the cultural life of rural Alberta through the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe theatre touring stimulus project. Using the network of rural Alberta presenters through the ATAA and the multitude of “tour-able” theatre productions produced annually at the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, nine productions will tour the province beginning in November 2014 and through to 2017.