A young governess, a Governor’s wife; one is good, one is bad. Who gets the boy?
Events for Faculty of Fine Arts
Experience the art of lost wax bronze casting using the modern casting facilities in the Art Department at the University of Lethbridge.
Crystal Mowry will speak about her experiences as a curator whose roots are in studio practice.
“Living in Puerto Rico allowed me the space and time to develop my studio practice. Through painting, drawing and printmaking, I explored landscapes, primarily though the lens of science, ecological theory, and...
to the University of Lethbridge in the 1980s. Bart moved to Austin in 1990 with the crazy notion that he was going to become a rock star. That didn’t happen. What did happen was that the tattoo bug that he had...
Camrose pianist Roger Admiral performs a spectacular and varied set of pieces composed by University of Alberta professor Howard Bashaw.
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The next dynamic speaker in the series is visiting artist Heidi Kumao. She gives an overview of media based art works including machines, installations, interactive work and film that blend tragedy and comedy.
Join us for an exclusive screening of Elder In the Making: A Blackfoot Aboriginal and a Chinese Newcomer Rediscover their Shared Heritage. Monday, February 29, 5:30 p.m. in PE250.
As France is overtaken by WWI, a sewer worker and a prostitute pretend to marry–only to find themselves gradually falling in love. Winner of 1st Academy Awards for Best Directing, Adapted Screenplay, and Actress....
Join us for an evening of ethnic food as Kim Thúy share her experiences as a boat person from Vietnam and her life in Canada.
Wolf gods, demon boars, and warring clans clash in this exquisitely animated ecological fable. Winner of the 1998 Japanese Academy Award for Best Film.
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