Works from the uLehbridge Art Collection. Curated by Kirstan Schamuhn, Museum Studies Intern.
This intensive workshop will cover the foundational craft of narrative prose, from story structure to scene-writing to character development
Attendees will learn how to upgrade their videos by creating a professional look with Adobe Premiere. No prior experience necessary.
DAY/TIME: Tuesday, March 19; 1:40 – 3:40 p.m.
Destroy She Said (and other performance works) shaped by collage approaches to research, dramaturgy and scenography will be discussed by the artist.
Graduate and undergraduate students welcome. This session will give an overview of the basics of creating a conference poster.
Join Dr. Jay Scherer (University of Alberta), the 2019 Hart Cantelon Visiting Scholar, for his keynote public lecture examining the influence of sport and development on individuals and communities in urban centres...
The entire campus is invited to the University Hall Atrium on March 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., to take part in activities to celebrate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs (SACPA) presents a session with Dr. James Tagg as he discusses the American presidency and its use of power
Direct Measurements of Energy Levels in Next Generation Nitride Phosphors
The Hess Gallery features work from Indigenous Art Studio students and in the Christou Gallery works from the uLehbridge Art Collection curated by Kirstan Schamuhn, Museum Studies Intern.
A celebration and reading of the winning plays and stories from the Play Right Prize and Striking Prose Competitions, generously supported by alumnus, Terry Whitehead.
This thought-provoking lecture series brings a range of experts and researchers from across the arts and sciences to the community for a spirited conversation.
ULFA's GEDC invites you to a documentary showing of this film, featuring a groundbreaking woman academic in the 1950s who faced many obstacles.
Workshop facilitator: Mia van Leeuwen. This playful workshop invites participants interested in approaches to generating performance material inspired by the objects that surround us.
The Department of Philosophy Colloquium Series will present the following:
Join us on March 23rd for a fun filled morning dog walk hosted by the Windy City Canine Rescue and the University of Lethbridge IME students!