Free Lunch & Listen Concerts at Casa on the first Friday of each month from 12:15-1pm. Bring a lunch and enjoy classical music featuring Conservatory of Music faculty. Part of First Friday Downtown Lethbridge....
Events for Faculty of Fine Arts
Jeff Thomas is an urban-based Iroquois, self-taught photographer, writer, public speaker and curator, living in Ottawa, Ontario, and has works in major collections in Canada, the United States and Europe
A shape-changing entity relentlessly pursues a young woman, who can only escape the curse by passing it along to a sexual partner. Nominated for the Critics Week Grand Prize at the 2014 Cannes Festival.
Meeka Walsh is an award-winning critic, writer, and curator who has been the editor of Border Crossings magazine since 1993.
Chris Cran’s Inherent Virtue opens at Southern Alberta Art Gallery on September 26 and runs until November 22, 2015.
Four intertwining stories of life in Alberta’s badlands focusing on a pregnant teenager, a hard-drinking musician, a reclusive taxidermist, and an ambitious RCMP officer. Nominated for two 2014 Canadian Screen Awards...
With Thomas Staples (horn), Margaret Mezei (clarinet), Glen Montgomery (piano), and Musaeus String Quartet.
A personal choice of repertoire from four decades of study is represented in this recital.
On home detention, a young woman is forced to spend time with her estranged mother…and a none-too-friendly ghost that seems to be haunting the family home.
The inventor of a cocktail-making piano attempts to cure his lover of a flower growing inconveniently in her lungs. Won Best Production Design at the 2014 César Awards.
Back by popular demand: another collection of hilarious, genre defining cartoon shorts featuring Bugs and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang.
Jake and Elwood Blues put the old band back together to save their childhood boarding school in this big-screen extension of the classic SNL sketches.
A group of enterprising engineers accidentally invent time-travel. Mayhem (in multiple versions of reality) ensues. Won the 2004 Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.