Artist Suzanne Morrissette uses a sensing program to create a poetic interaction.
The theatre company has tackled plays about everything from tentacled creatures terrorizing a small town to cannibalism.
The squiggles in this piece of art were born digitally; artist Geoffrey Hunter doodled on a touch pad then captured the image, produced slides, projected, traced and finally painted the lines with precision.
This red sculptural arch at the entry to the Olympic Oval has long been known by its nickname “the paperclip.”
Whiting is selling her first 25 alcohol-ink paintings for $150 each and auctioning off the last 25 with a starting bid of $150. Her overall goal is to achieve the famed “10,000 hours” needed to gain mastery in her chosen field.
Wynonna Earp Creator and Executive Producer Emily Andras on Filming the Supernatural Western TV Series in Calgary
The show is about the great-great-granddaughter of legendary cowboy Wyatt Earp. Due to a family curse, Wynonna must use Wyatt’s “Peacemaker” gun to shoot demons and send them back to hell.
It was in one of the 6,000 boxes they acquired from the EMI Music Canada archive.
New LED lights are planned for a section of the ring road near the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory.
The Cochrane Dollar has been in circulation since 2017.
Tyler Los-Jones stitched together 12 digital panoramas for this piece, creating a 30-foot, double-sided photographic strip that was twisted into a four-foot span, mounted to a wall and photographed.
Located on the grounds of the Wildwood Community Association, The Water Spiral is a kinetic sculpture that functions as a windmill, cistern and pump.
The rescue facility shelters wolf-dogs, facilitates adoptions and serves to educate the public about these animals by offering interpretive tours.
The story behind the self-published children's book about loss and love.
Despite almost 50 years of wear, this painting remains a testament to the humanitarian concerns and skill of a revered Calgary artist.
This glass sculpture features three stacked elements: a head-like base, a central rocket-bomb and a spruce tree.
This ephemeral piece of art is comprised of circular rock formations.
Local trapper Bill Abercrombie has been trapping in Alberta for nearly 50 years.
Last summer, the 4th Avenue flyover space featured a street mural and temporary patio furniture, ping pong tables and foosball tables. The plan is to eventually feature trees, a plaza, outdoor furniture, a boardwalk, play areas and a flood-mitigating rain garden.