Electronic sounds in contemporary music: Professor Örjan Sandred discusses his aesthetics and ideas in his composition “A Ghazal” for soprano and live electronics.
Events for Faculty of Fine Arts
It is fairly common for unidentifiable masses of decomposing sea-flesh, often measuring several metres in length and generally known as “globsters”, to wash ashore in many parts of the world.
Art Department at 50 is a group exhibition by current and former Art Department faculty and staff celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the University of Lethbridge.
Digital Audio Arts presents Listening to Imagery: a film music presentation in celebration of student accomplishments in Composition for Film and Digital Media.
Responsive Tropical Architecture with Cohesive Architectural Dialect
Calgary Philharmonic Bassoonist Michael Hope makes his Music At Noon debut with pianist Deanna Oye. He will delight audienc with works by Vivaldi, Mozart, Aura Pon, Gershwin and Carl Maria von Weber.
Surrealist filmmaker Luis Buñuel presents a world where the clean-cut reality and masochistic erotic fantasy of a housewife become gradually confused.
This two-day event brings together established and emerging innovators from the creative fields to Southern Alberta for engaging discussions, activities and displays.
In the fictitious county of Eldorado a young journalist and poet changes his political support from a conservative senator to a populist governor.
Monsieur Hulot is perplexed by modern society as he wanders around a high-tech Paris. A near wordless comedy that explores the baffling complexity of our societal construct through visually poetic staging and design...