Alberta Culture Days is the perfect time to experience the diverse, living, breathing, and ever-changing arts hub that is cSPACE. Be a part of the cultural thread and introduce yourself to an arts community that will shape where Calgary is going.
Events are happening throughout the month of September. Check out the websites of some of your favourite cSPACE artists to see what they are up to for Culture Days.
cSPACE King Edward — and online!
1721 29th Avenue SW
Exhibitions are running throughout the month of September on all four gallery levels. We are open to the public Monday-Friday from 9 am – 5 pm, and Saturdays from 11 am – 5 pm.
Join us for the unveiling of the 20/20 Wavelength project — a community driven exhibition taking place all through cSPACE.
Between now and September 21st you can be a part of our Wavelength! Check out the link here for details.
cSPACE King Edward is open to the public and free to attend for AB Culture Days! Now is your chance to register for free classes, or drop-in to learn more about our resident artists and businesses. Check the artist’s website for details on their Culture Days events.
This year, cSPACE King Edward will be presenting the 20/20 Wavelength Project. The exhibition opens on Saturday, September 26th and runs until October 25th. We asked you, “What Matters Now.” Your answers will be seen in Hallway Galleries 1-3 in this amazing visual arts exploration.
cSPACE community member Michael Dargie interviews Wavelength Lead Artist Andy Moro in this podcast dedicated to the creative rebel and entrepreneur in all of us.
Listen live at noon, or catch up later, here at the Rebel Rebel website.
The youth writers at AWCS have come up with an amazing Choose Your Own Adventure story that features lots of the sights and doings and cSPACE right now. Explore and enjoy!
Enjoy the Disney movie Coco free on the lawn of cSPACE King Edward. Bring a blanket!
More details here.
Join this innovative open house where you can meet and mingle with the artists of cSPACE King Edward.
Suite 410 & L4 Hallway Gallery
Gallery opening, open house, and demonstrations. Drop into our studio for live figure drawing, or join the Open Space at cSPACE event to drop in virtually!
This online, imaginative, interactive, physical hour will beat the isolation blues away for young people aged 7 – 10 years. Feel your heart pumping, your imagination cooking, and your soul lifting! Other members of your cohort bubble, who need a bit of a groovy pick-me-up, are welcome to join in on the same device!
Limited to 15 spots – Register early to avoid disappointment!
Online for children aged 7 – 10
Free during Alberta Culture Month! (i.e. September)
Hallway Galleries 1-3 of cSPACE
Enjoy the unexpected intersections of impressionism, mental health, tattoo pens, and the significance of the Faces of Our Frontline.
Level 1: Kurtis Mayer and Kyle Anderson – never was,
Level 2: Tarannum Rahnuma & Shyla Bharadia – Faces of Our Frontline
Level 3: Terri Heinrichs, Fine Art – Visual Impressions
Villes et Visages
Stroll by on 30th Avenue SW and enjoy this public outdoor photographic exhibition. Featuring Senegalese artists, this exhibit can be enjoyed up until September 21st.
Mental health meets Primitivism in this gallery of colourful paintings.
Machines inspired by tattoo pens and the various addictions of our culture line the walls.
Tarannum Rahnuma & Shyla Bharadia
Faces of Our Frontline: Celebrating Canadian Black Frontline Workers is an art project intended to recognize the efforts of frontline workers during the pandemic, specifically focusing on Black frontline workers.
Proceeds from portrait sales, and donations will go to support the Black Health Alliance.
See the virtual exhibit here.
A fine art show featuring new work from Terri Heinrichs’ Visual Impressions series. These beautiful, textural oil paintings show mainly nature and landscapes of the Alberta mountains to the prairies, presented in a fresh, impressionistic style.
Artists of cSPACE King Edward
The 20/20 Wavelength Project — Community Exhibition
cSPACE and Alberta Culture Days invites you to a gallery and online art exhibition with work created by you, our community.
We want to hear how people are coping with issues like the global pandemic and its effect on human connection, their own economy, the environment. You are invited to share images and/or words around what matters to you right now. We invite all ideas.
We are collecting ideas from you until September 20th. Submissions will then be curated into a building-wide gallery exhibition, open to the public, in our hallway galleries.
Full submission guidelines available here. Find out how how you can be part of this exciting new community collaboration! Submissions accepted through September 20th.
More of a spectator? We need you too. Come catch the Wavelength from September 25th to October 25th at cSPACE King Edward, during public hours.