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Day: January 20, 2017

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Call for Submissions (Alberta): Upload Digital Stories Now! – Canada150in150

CELEBRATING OUR PEOPLE, OUR PLACES, OUR WAYS NEWS! WE ARE UPLOADING YOUR STORIES NOW! UNTIL MARCH 26 2017 FOR THE WORLD TO SEE AT www.Canada150in150.ca. It’s Canada’s 150th Birthday this year! To celebrate, Canada150in150® invites all Albertans – Citizens, Communities and Companies to share their stories about being Canadian – about Our People,

What’s On (Edmonton): “Star Killing Machine” – Broken Toys Theatre

Poignant musical comedy about the end of the world Presented by Broken Toys Theatre: Just south of the Arctic Circle sits a research facility filled with scientists and engineers and data entry clerks and middle managers who are faced with the daily task of trying to create a machine that

What’s On (Calgary): “Skin Flick” – Morpheus Theatre

Presenting Canadian playwright NORM FOSTER in celebration of Canada’s 150th year! SKIN FLICK Directed by Alice Nelson Dates: February 3 – 18, 2017. Show Times: Wednesday – Saturday, 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday, 2:00pm. Location: Pumphouse Theatre , 2140 Pumphouse Avenue SW. Tickets: Adult $20, Student/Senior $15. Visit our website or phone 403-246-2999. Synopsis:

Workshop (Edmonton): “Getting Published” – Edmonton Public Library

“Getting Published: Advice From Those Who Make It Happen” Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017. Time: 7-8:30 p.m. Location: Highlands Branch, Edmonton Public Library. Join EPL‘s David van Belle, Writer-in-Residence and a panel of published authors and publishers as they dish about the myths and realities of getting your work out there. Vern Thiessen

Job (Edmonton): Executive Director – Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Alberta Culture & Tourism, Edmonton – Promote artistic and cultural participation for all Albertans. Your insightful leadership and collaborative approach will guide the development and delivery of all programs related to the promotion and sustainability of the arts and artists, and provide legislated film classification services across Alberta. You will provide

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