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July 2019

Luxor Urban Art by Owen Murray

July 2 - August 25
Gallery@501, #120 - 501 Festival Ave.
Sherwood Park, AB T8A 4X3 Canada
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Gallery@501 presents a multimedia exhibition of urban street art from Luxor, Egypt. Large format images shot over the past seven years by Canadian photographer Owen Murray document the changing facades of contemporary urban Egypt, presented alongside 3D-derived imagery reflecting socio-political landscapes both past and present. Featuring interviews with Egyptian artist Alaa Awad and Canadian Egyptologist Jean Revez.

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Chalk it up on 118

July 20 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastwood Community League, 11803 86 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 3J9 Canada
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Free

Kick-off KDays on historic Alberta Ave!   Start the day with your family and friends at our Free KDays Pancake Breakfast from 9am - noon, then participate and watch the magic of Chalk Arts take to the sidewalks, alleys and streets from noon to 5pm! Finish off the day by joining us for hot dogs in the park in the afternoon.    

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Our Many Paths

July 25 - August 7
The Front Gallery, 10402-124 St.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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"Order is a necessary condition for anything the human mind is to understand."                                                              - Rudolf Arnheim  ‘Our Many Paths’ is a group exhibition featuring The Front Gallery artists, and also a collaboration with all of the galleries on 124th Street. A curator usually weaves a story, built upon the many stories that the…

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August 2019

Animethon 26

August 9 - August 11
Edmonton Convention Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9 Canada
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Animethon 26 is a full 3-day summer festival for fans of anime, gaming, Japanese pop culture and related interests taking place at the Edmonton Convention Centre, August 9-11, 2019. Check out the amazing cosplay, unique artists, vendors and more!

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Charles Lewton-Brain

August 10 - September 21
Alberta Craft Council Gallery & Shop, 10186-106 St
Edmonton, AB T5J 1H4 Canada
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World renowned master goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain presents a selection of new work from his `Cage Series', which covers process, beauty, function and the tensions between nature and structure.

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Animal Mythbusters

August 25
Edmonton Valley Zoo, 13315 Buena Vista Rd
Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7 Canada
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Are bats really blind? Are snakes really scary? Do camels store water in their humps? Uncover the truth at the Edmonton Valley Zoo! Put on your detective caps and come armed with your questions. Enjoy game shows, hands-on science experiments, a myth-busting scavenger hunt, and animal crafts!

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September 2019

Kaleido Family Arts Festival

September 13 - September 15

Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

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Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo

September 20 - September 22
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city's greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture - comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy - and the best part is, it's back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase…

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January 2020

Boardwalk Ice on Whyte

January 23, 2020 - January 26, 2020
Whyte Ave. & Gateway Blvd., Whyte Ave. & Gateway Blvd.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Every year, the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival grabs Canadian winter by the snowballs and carves it into a wicked combo of ice and art. Just imagine, 96,000 pounds of ice is dumped just to prep for this week long party – on purpose! So, get your toque on and come down to the International Ice Carving Competition, visit the ice bar, or learn to carve ice just like a pro. One of the hottest shows is on the last…

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Boardwalk Ice on Whyte

January 30, 2020 - February 2, 2020
Whyte Ave. & Gateway Blvd., Whyte Ave. & Gateway Blvd.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Every year, the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival grabs Canadian winter by the snowballs and carves it into a wicked combo of ice and art. Just imagine, 96,000 pounds of ice is dumped just to prep for this week long party – on purpose! So, get your toque on and come down to the International Ice Carving Competition, visit the ice bar, or learn to carve ice just like a pro. One of the hottest shows is on the last…

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Gallery@501 presents a multimedia exhibition of urban street art from Luxor, Egypt. Large format images shot over the past seven years by Canadian photographer Owen Murray document the changing facades of contemporary urban Egypt, presented alongside 3D-derived imagery reflecting socio-political landscapes both past and present. Featuring interviews with Egyptian artist Alaa Awad and Canadian Egyptologist Jean Revez.

Kick-off KDays on historic Alberta Ave!

 

Start the day with your family and friends at our Free KDays Pancake Breakfast from 9am – noon, then participate and watch the magic of Chalk Arts take to the sidewalks, alleys and streets from noon to 5pm! Finish off the day by joining us for hot dogs in the park in the afternoon.

 

 

Order is a necessary condition for anything the human mind is to understand.

                                                             – Rudolf Arnheim 

‘Our Many Paths’ is a group exhibition featuring The Front Gallery artists, and also a collaboration with all of the galleries on 124th Street.

A curator usually weaves a story, built upon the many stories that the artists have provided. This spatial layout is based on shapes, colours, subject matter and are all symbolic of the interaction of meaningful entities, and our inbred need to produce an orderly arrangement.

This exhibition, curated by Rachel Bouchard and Edmund Haakonson, challenges the concept above allowing entropy to reign, with the hope that the viewer will consider each artist’s story/path, examine the whole and it’s parts, and bring their own meaning and order to make the spatial layout functional.

Animethon 26 is a full 3-day summer festival for fans of anime, gaming, Japanese pop culture and related interests taking place at the Edmonton Convention Centre, August 9-11, 2019. Check out the amazing cosplay, unique artists, vendors and more!

World renowned master goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain presents a selection of new work from his `Cage Series’, which covers process, beauty, function and the tensions between nature and structure.

Are bats really blind? Are snakes really scary? Do camels store water in their humps? Uncover the truth at the Edmonton Valley Zoo! Put on your detective caps and come armed with your questions. Enjoy game shows, hands-on science experiments, a myth-busting scavenger hunt, and animal crafts!

Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city’s greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture – comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy – and the best part is, it’s back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase and display.

Every year, the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival grabs Canadian winter by the snowballs and carves it into a wicked combo of ice and art. Just imagine, 96,000 pounds of ice is dumped just to prep for this week long party – on purpose! So, get your toque on and come down to the International Ice Carving Competition, visit the ice bar, or learn to carve ice just like a pro. One of the hottest shows is on the last night, where you’ll see fire melt an ice sculpture right back into H20. You’ll be right in your element. Get it?

Every year, the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival grabs Canadian winter by the snowballs and carves it into a wicked combo of ice and art. Just imagine, 96,000 pounds of ice is dumped just to prep for this week long party – on purpose! So, get your toque on and come down to the International Ice Carving Competition, visit the ice bar, or learn to carve ice just like a pro. One of the hottest shows is on the last night, where you’ll see fire melt an ice sculpture right back into H20. You’ll be right in your element. Get it?