Memories started flooding back for Dorothy Dove when she came across the Holocaust exhibit at Calgary’s Central Library.
Holocaust survivors in Calgary honoured at Central Library
Women’s passion: a practice of cognitive development
Kimberlee Jones and Laurie Anne Fuhr are devoted poets who believe that passions for literature bring innumerable and immeasurable benefits to women.
Women’s Life Attitudes: Live Boldly, Push Yourself, And Don’t Settle
These are four women with different ages, backgrounds, personalities, and life philosophies; however, they share the common belief that women should live fearlessly, do their best, and believe in themselves.
Calgary Tattoo Convention Bounces Back
Opening day for the Calgary Tattoo and Art festival was lacking in man-power to accommodate the artists, as the event returned to full capacity for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Art saved me:” How a Siksika Artist Remedies Residential School Trauma
Adrian Stimson proclaims that after living between residential schools in his childhood, art has gifted him a fulfilment and happiness.
Debut on the Deck: A Calgary band’s first live show
Calgary band Golden Lava Club released their first studio recording in the form of a self-titled EP on Aug. 19, and they also played their first live show.
SAIT International Centre looks to forge community connections
The International Centre at SAIT is spending the summer of 2022 building ties between SAIT and cultural communities in Calgary by sponsoring local events.
Calgary Japanese ‘Omatsuri’ brings culture with Omikoshi parade
The Calgary Japanese Festival, “Omatsuri,”was held at Max Bell Centre on Saturday, with vendors, dancers, and a Omikoshi parade on display.
Nothing is Impossible: I have a dream
Nelson Lau is a recent immigrant to Calgary, and he moved from Hong Kong in Dec. 2021. As Lau adapts to life, he has to think of his son and a future for him.
An Evening with Jane Goodall: 88 Years of building hope
After a two-year break from in-person speaking engagements, Goodall has hit the road at the age of 88. The near-full venue drew an enthusiastic crowd at Calgary’s Jubilee Auditorium on June 22, 2022.
SAIT club sell flora and fauna to save kangaroos
A club with SAIT, Enactus SAIT, has united their green thumbs to raise money for the exotic animals at Cobb’s Adventure Park.
Calgary Black Artists share Black stories from around the world
The Calgary Black Film Festival (CBFF) is bringing diversity to Calgary with films from across Canada and around the world.
Top SAIT journalism students receive first-time awards
SAIT’s journalism program staff recognized the outstanding work of two graduating students on April 28.
TELUS Spark Lights up Calgary for Adult Night
TELUS Spark’s adult-only night was bustling with guests, activity, and cocktails; and attracted a crowd so large that there was a line up to get in—even an hour after the event started. The theme of the event was called “Your Brain on Drugs.” Not only was there a bustling bar and a DJ on a stage adorned with colorful mushrooms, […]
Samuel Obadero: More than just Photography
Samuel Obadero may still be adjusting to the bitterly cold winters of Southern Alberta, but his warm, charismatic nature and impactful photographs have quickly endeared him to the arts community in Calgary. Born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1984, the lifestyle and documentary photographer has made quite a name for himself since relocating to Calgary just over three years ago. He […]
Calgary Science Centre will host adult-only event: ‘This is your brain on drugs’
TELUS Spark is reviving their trademark Spark After Dark spectacle after two years of pandemic woes.
Higher Learning: A witch’s journey to self acceptance and connecting with her higher self
Following a near-death experience, former atheist Jillian Dyrnaes turned spiritual and adopted a witchy lifestyle. Incorporating spells, intentions and manifestations into her daily life, Dyrnaes has been able to move forward and tune in to higher energy to receive messaging from beyond.
Working from home: A portrait series exploring the home office
When home offices became necessary for some due to COVID-19, photojournalism student Steven Wilhelm became interested in how people go about building a workspace in their home.
Food for nostalgia: A portrait series through classic Calgary eateries
I have always been drawn to capturing a sense of nostalgia in photographs. Whether it be vintage advertising, classic cars, or older buildings, I find myself enamoured with objects from bygone eras. They evoke pleasant feelings of a simpler time, a time that predates smartphones, 4K TV’s, and streaming services. I wanted to focus this portrait series on places that […]