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Workshop (Online): Form and Distortion with eryn tempest – Mile Zero Dance

Form and Distortion Online via Zoom Tuesday October 20 – 10:00 to 11:00 AM Mountain Time Thursdays October 15 and 22 – 7:00 to 8:00 PM Mountain Time Free or by donation Register in advance for classes. https://www.tickettailor.com/events/milezerodance/436467   This workshop will investigate the body’s relationship to form and distortion.

What’s Online (Edmonton): Curio Shoppe – Catch the Keys Productions

From the creators of Dead Centre of Town, Catch the Keys Productions presents Curio Shoppe, an interactive nightmare inspired by true history and experienced online and from the discomfort of your own home.   Welcome to the Curio Shoppe. Purveyors of the odd and unwanted. Take what you need, leave


Class (Online): Playing With Shadows – WP Puppet Theatre

  We are excited to launch sales of our inaugural online course Playing with Shadows. Great learning resources for teachers, homeschool parents, children, families, and individuals, young and old, who want to explore puppets and puppet making.   Playing With Shadows is our inaugural online course; part of our new

What’s Online (Calgary): Bonnidale – Theatre BSMT

  BONNIDALE – On Now! Jess is a blogger, and a ghost hunter, who has had difficulty finding any ghosts in the past. After various failures as a ghost hunter, her blog “Fright Addict” was turning into an embarrassment. Looking for a change, she created a new website, where she

What’s Online (Calgary): Deer Woman – Article 11 and Downstage

Downstage is pleased to offer the Turtle Island premiere of ARTICLE 11’s Deer Woman. Streaming daily from October 4 to October 18 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. MST.   MORE INFO AND BOOK TICKETS   Lila, one missing girl’s big sister, refuses to stand idly by. She’s ex-army and

What’s Online (National): Culture Days 2020 – State of the Arts Panel

This Friday, Sept. 25 at 11:00am EDT, you’re invited to join the conversation around the State of the Arts: Impacts from 2020. Hosted by Metro Morning’s Ismaila Alfa, an incredible line-up of Canadian arts leaders will be exploring how the Canadian arts sector has been upended by COVID-19, confronted by

Event (Online): Event Safety Alliance Virtual Safety Summit

As a result of the ‘New Abnormal’ we’ve been living through since March, health and safety is more in the spotlight than ever before.  Issues we thought we understood have been complicated by the need for social distancing, face coverings, and new sanitary standards.  Once we figure out how to


Event (Online): Playwrights Canada Press Fall Book Launch

Celebrating the publication of Sound of the Beast, Bears, Acha Bacha, Brontë: The World Without, and Amaryllis & Little Witch   Join Playwrights Canada Press in celebrating the launch of five new plays with a virtual group reading from the authors and special guests!!   IN ORDER TO ATTEND, YOU

Event (Online): Energy Transition and the Arts

What do artists mean when they talk about generating productive discomfort? And how exactly can this productive discomfort contribute to the energy transition?   At our next event, we’ll be exploring these questions as part of the Energy Futures Lab’s Big Ideas for #OurEnergyFuture series!   Energy Futures Lab’s Big

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