Canada's third largest dance company.
Located in St. Albert, Alberta, The Arden Theatre has gained an international reputation for excellence.
Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta
Dedicated to the maintenance, development and growth of a strong touring arts industry in Alberta.
Arts Without Borders Festival
Presents an annual arts festival to enhance the cultural experience for the Lloydminster region.
For over 70 years, The Banff Centre is a globally respected arts, cultural, and educational institution and conference facility.
Edmonton's premier venue for live theatre. This major arts facility houses five theatres (Shoctor, Rice, Zeidler Hall, the Maclab Theatre and Tucker Amphitheatre) as well as production facilities, a bookstore, restaurant and theatre school.
Community of Artists
Lloydminster's network of artists
Dow Centennial Centre - Shell Theatre
The beautiful Shell Theatre, located in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, is a fully equipped professional venue featuring 550 seats hosting shows, graduations, drama productions, band concerts, presentations, dance festivals and recitals of all kinds!
E. A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts
This centre is the hub of arts and cultural activities in Prince Albert housing both the Art Gallery of Prince Albert and the John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre.
Edmonton Folk Festival
Staged in beautiful downtown Gallagher Park (Edmonton, Alberta), this festival happens each year on the second weekend in August and offers world-class music.
Edmonton International Fringe Festival
Providing artists (both emerging and established) with the opportunity to produce their play no matter the content, form or style. The Fringe empowers audiences with the ability to decide for themselves the truly great productions from the good, the bad, and the gloriously disastrous.
Edmonton International Jazz Festival
Hosts a bevy of sultry singers, swingin‚ musicians and jivin‚ jazz concerts, workshops and free outdoor events for the entire family. Local and Canadian talent is highlighted alongside an amazing roster of international jazz artists.
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
From jugglers to acrobats, hip hop dancers to “living statues”, the festival features over 1500 outdoor performances from an international cast of amazing street artists.
Edmonton Labatt's Blues Festival
Western Canada's Premier Blues Event, every August in Edmonton's scenic River Valley in Hawrelak Park at The Heritage Amphitheatre.
Ella was commissioned to produce 3 murals for our main entry area.
Esplande Arts and Heritage Centre
This centre bring together the disciplines of visual art, performance art, and cultural heritage under one roof in Medicine Hat
Offers over 100 professional performances by leading local, regional, national and international artists. Every genre of performance is represented at their venue in Sherwood Park, Alberta, from blues and Celtic to comedy, world, folk and live theatre.
Freewill Shakespeare Festival
Held in Edmonton, Alberta, this festival explores and produces the works of William Shakespeare in an outdoor setting as interpreted by an ensemble of Canadian actors, directors and designers.
Friends of the Performing Arts
A group of volunteers dedicated to keeping the performing arts alive in
the community and enhancing the quality of music education. FOPA has partnered with LPSD to facilitate private music lesson instruction within the public school system. FOPA organize the annual Mardi Gras event.
Globe Theatre was Saskatchewan's first professional theatre company. More than forty years later, Globe Theatre is the province's largest performing arts organization and the regional theatre for Regina and southern Saskatchewan.
This intimate and acoustically-superb venue in Spruce Grove, Alberta, offers a varied season of theatre, music, dance, family performances, and theatre classes.
International Children's Festival
An annual event in St. Albert, Alberta, that celebrates performing, literary, and visual arts for children. It brings together artists from around the globe and across Canada with children and families in the community of central and northern Alberta.
2,700 seat auditorium located in Edmonton, Alberta, near the University of Alberta is home to the Edmonton Opera and Alberta Ballet. Several Edmonton professional theatre companies perform in the main theatre and Kaasa Theatre throughout the year.
Lloydminster Concert Series Association
Offering 5-10 performances each season within a subscription series, the mandate of the LCSA is to enhance awareness and appreciation of the performing arts through the presentation of professional, educational and local programming for our community.
Moose Jaw Cultural Centre
The last of the stately Golden Age of Cinema theatres operational on the prairie. The former Capitol Theatre joins with its neighbouring building to provide Moose Jaw and area with a first-class arts facility.
Ness Creek Music Festival
An annual Festival to celebrate Music, Arts, Community and Ecology in the boreal forest.
With over 400 artists, in over 10 venues (Edmonton, Alberta), this multi-disciplinary festival is a celebration of music, dance, theatre, visual art, film.
Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils
OSAC is a member-based provincial cultural organization, funded by Saskatchewan Lotteries, that offers programs and services in the visual arts and performing arts.
Saskatoon's premiere live theatre offers six players per season including comedy, musical and drama in their new stage-of-the-art facility at River Landing.
SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
An international jazz festival held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, that fosters, promotes and presents jazz music in its diverse forms.
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan
Provides exciting contemporary and traditional productions of plays by Shakespeare and his contemporaries. In addition to performances taking place on the mainstage, companion activities such as Medieval Feasts, workshops, tours, art displays, special matinees and the Community Stage offer great variety.
The Root: Community Emporium
Food, music, dance, art and more.
Hosts a variety of National and International conventions, world-class theatrical productions, world-renowned artists and performers and spectacular events at their venue in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
A leading, cutting edge festival bringing the best in contemporary and traditional visual art and design. The Works Art & Design Festival animates Sir Winston Churchill Square (Edmonton, Alberta) as the centre of all programs including exhibitions, lectures and activities for all ages.
Committed to encouraging the growth of theatre in Alberta and offerring a wide range of services to drama students, professional theatre artists, educators, and enthusiasts, as well as to schools, post-secondary institutions, and community and professional theatres.
Dedicated to all aspects of community theatre in Saskatchewan and through member funding, education, awareness and festival events fosters accessibility to all who wish to participate.
Accoustically superb with a design reminiscent of 19th Century European Concert Halls, this world-class performance centre is home to the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and one of Canada's largest, most impressive pipe organs - The Davis Concert Organ.
Developed to create opportunities for artists and audiences to experience and interact with performance artists. This interdisciplinary, trans-media, paradigm-busting event focuses upon performance and time-based art.
Presents and promotes live jazz in Edmonton, Alberta