Contemporary Calgary's new home in the updated centennial planetarium building is now open 6 days/week. Launch exhibitions include a huge moon sculpture by UK-based Luke Jerram and a collection of works by Calgary-based artists, inspired by the architecture and history of Contemporary Calgary's new home. For contemporary art enthusiasts, the return of regular Contemporary Calgary operations is a welcome complement to the programming at Esker Foundation.
Tag: Out and About – Calgary and area
Esker Foundation Fall 2019 Exhibition
Educational, inspirational and always free (admission, guided tours, hands-on workshops, and parking), Esker Foundation is a great starting point when planning a (half) day in Calgary's Inglewood neighbourhood. Through December 20th, there are two exhibitions in the main space: Jeffrey Gibson's "Time Carriers" and Nep Sidhu's "Divine of From, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Ask for a copy of the printed exhibition brochure or download the Esker app to get the most out of a visit to one of Calgary's leading contemporary art galleries.
Something for Everyone at Exposure Photo Festival 2016 in Calgary
Over the Family Day weekend, we enjoyed many of the Banff & Canmore exhibitions in the 2016 Exposure Photo Festival. Back in Calgary, I headed out on three short walks taking in 9 exhibits that included something for everyone: new, emerging and established photographers; a wide range of subjects and techniques; and a variety of printing processes …
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First Taste of The Big Taste YYC
The saying "better late than never" evolved from a line in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, penned all the way back in 1386. The fact that I'm able to say "better late than never" when it comes to The Big Taste only dates back to December, when I had to pass on an annual pre-Christmas …
Gear Review: NANOspikes
After two long walks wearing NANOspikes on icy pathways, our first impressions are highly favourable. Fit is not quite forgiving as other Kahtoola producsts, so try before you buy, if possible. Given the one year warranty, it'll be interesting to see how they hold up over the coming years.