IntraEnvironmental Sound Project is a sound mapping and electroacoustic music project exploring soundscapes.
Are you interested in creating an oral history project in your community or for your family?
Then this community workshop is for you!
The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions for the entire University community
Mental Health First Aid for adults who interact with youth is a 14 hour course created by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. In this course we will cover the following information:
A talk by Sarah M. Pike, California State University, Chico
A discussion on the progression of Lisa Lipton's multi-disciplinary artist practice in association with her most recent project and experimental feature film - THE IMPOSSIBLE BLUE ROSE.
On the zero free region of the Riemann zeta function
Join Daniel Poliquin for a discussion of The Angel’s Jig, a novel which revisits an all-but-forgotten era, when orphaned children and the elderly poor were auctioned into a form of indentured servitude.
Continuing the Tradition of Stone and Wood Construction In Contemporary Canadian Architecture
In this concert they premiere a new work for solo baritone saxophone, by faculty member Georg Boenn.
The Religious Studies Department and the Religious Studies Interfaith Fund present "Meditation in Context: From Ancient Buddhist Monastery to Modern Psychologist's Office" by Dr. David McMahan (Charles A.
The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs (SACPA) presents a special panel discussion in partnership with the Lethbridge Public Library
Spain, 1966. A high school English teacher drives to Almeria hoping to find his hero, John Lennon, and picks up two runaways on the road. What follows is a subtle, delightful road movie about escape and discovery.