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Calgary Art

Hot Art Round-Up: Apr 18 – 20

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, APRIL 18

Stamp It! Members Show and Sale
Alberta Printmakers, through April 20: 11 am – 4 pm

Launchpad 2.0
Indefinite Arts Centre, Festival Hall: 5 – 7 pm

RAW: Calgary presents IMPACT
Marquee Beer Market & Stage: 7 pm – midnight (ticketed)

Hazel Eckert / Soft Focus Reception & Artist Talk
Royal Canadian Legion #1, 7 – 9 pm

FRIDAY, APRIL 19

New Craft Coalition Spring Show + Sale
The Commons Calgary, Friday 4 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 6 pm

SATURDAY, APRIL 20 

Opening Reception: 17th Annual Juried Members Show
Leighton Art Centre, 2 – 4 pm

420 on 4/20 Art Social
New Motion Gallery, 3:30 – 7 pm

A O H I T W A M B T R U : Teresa Tam
Stride Gallery, 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Hot Art Round-Up: Apr 11 – 13

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, APRIL 11

Jake Joy: At the Heart of It
Blackboard Gallery, cSPACE: 5 – 8 pm

Spotlight YYC – Artist Reception with Jill Allan
Alberta Craft Gallery, cSPACE: 5 – 8 pm

University of Calgary’s Department of Art PUSH 2019 Exhibition Closing Reception
https://www.facebook.com/events/352849472228945/

Women at the Crossroads of Canada
Lougheed House, 5:30 – 6:30 pm and 7 – 8 pm (ticketed)

Mètamorphe: Hear/d Residency Exhibition
Alberta University of the Arts, 6 – 8 pm

Ana Villanueva – MNG LRT Space Reception
Marion Nicoll Gallery, 6 – 8 pm

Bad Visions from Cyberspace – MNG Main Space Reception
Marion Nicoll Gallery, 6 – 8 pm

Salon Series: Meryl McMaster
Glenbow Museum, 7 – 9 pm (ticketed)

FRIDAY, APRIL 12  

A O H I T W A M B T R U : Teresa Tam
Stride Gallery, April 12 – May 24

Live Art Auction and Preview
Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning
April 12 – 14 

Calgary Night Market
Eau Claire Market, 5 – 11 pm

Curated SPRING Market CALGARY
Bowness Community Hall: Friday 5 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 4 pm

Action! Adventure! Art!
New Motion Gallery, 6 – 9 pm

Julie Beugin: Soft Obstacles
VivianeArt, opening reception 6 – 9 pm

SATURDAY, APRIL 13 

Little Modern Market’s West Edition
ATCO Park, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm

CCAG Spring Show & Sale
Montgomery Community Association, 10 am – 4 pm

Calgary Artists’ Society Spring Art Show and Sale
Parkdale United Church, 10 am – 4 pm

Window Sun, New Paintings by Steve Coffey
The Collectors’ Gallery of Art, 1 – 5 pm

Ashes In Glass – Calgary Ash Collection
cSPACE, 1:15 – 4:15 pm

Hot Art Round-Up: Mar 7 – 9

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, MARCH 7

Nickle at Noon – Rita McKeough: Works – A Conversation
Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary: noon – 1 pm

Art Series III with Maillot Homes
1015 Sydenham Rd SW, 4 – 9 pm

Free First Thursday Night
Glenbow Museum, 5 – 9 pm

Jasmine Whiteley-Steel – MNG Main Space Reception
Marion Nicoll Gallery, 6 – 8 pm

FRIDAY, MARCH 8 

Out For Lunch Tour: Mavericks
Glenbow Museum, noon – 1 pm

Eveline Kolijn: Deep Cold on 11a – The Power of Images to Tell a Story
DaDe Loft opening reception 5 – 8 pm

Femme For All – International Women’s Day
Memorial Park Library, 6 – 10 pm

Prameesha Abeysekera: Wild Horses Can’t Keep Me Away
Framed on Fifth, Reception 6:00 – 9:00pm

Curator-led Tour: Ladylikeness
Glenbow Museum, 7– 8 pm

Muddy Little Secrets: About the Menagerie with Chris Zinkan
North Mount Pleasant Arts Centre, 7 – 8:30 pm

SATURDAY, MARCH 9

300 or Less Art Exhibition and Sale
Motion Gallery, noon – 8 pm

Artist Advocacy + Advice: Free Drop-In at Esker!
Esker Foundation, 2 – 4 pm

It’s Never A Good Idea / Mohkinstsis Kikskanisto’p
TRUCK Contemporary Art in Calgary, Stride Gallery: 2 – 5 pm

Nvrlnd Birthday – Open Studios + ART SALE
Nverlnd.yyc, 4 – 8 pm

3 art exhibits to check out in Calgary

By SILVIA PIKAL 

PLAY WITH YOUR PUBLIC ART
At the corner of 8 Avenue NE and Centre Street N, there’s a mural on the south-facing wall of Ducktoes Computer Services. This is no ordinary mural. If you download an app called Augle, you can view the art through your phone and watch it come to life with animations and music. “Won’t You Be My Neighbour!” is Calgary’s first permanent augmented reality public mural. The piece launched last fall, and was designed by local artists Kathryn Pearce and Tanner Hamilton.

“People have found a certain level of joy when the music and animations kick in,” says Kevin Jesuino with the Crescent Heights Community Association. “It’s like a little secret in our neighbourhood.” Augle can be downloaded for free through Google Play or the App Store.

Photo courtesy Crescent Heights Community Association.

ARTIST AT PLAY
Calgary painter Chris Cran covers a wide range of styles and genres in his work from portraiture to pop art, all of which aim to challenge the viewer’s expectations of gallery art. Throughout his career, he’s dedicated periods of time to creative play in his studio, where he follows his curiosity and imagination and experiments with new materials and techniques. While gazing at a blank canvas, Cran will ask himself simple questions like, “What if I do this?” or “What if I mix this with that?” and see where it takes him. Glenbow’s exhibit Chris Cran: At Play features 24 new paintings created in 2018 during one of these periods of self-expression. View the exhibit until May 26.

 

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THE MANY FACES OF MERYL MCMASTER

Confluence at Glenbow presents a collection of Meryl McMaster’s stunning and evocative fine art photography. In each piece of art, McMaster has transformed herself into an extraordinary, otherworldly alter ego using elaborate props and sculptural garments. She seeks inspiration from her background as an individual of Plains Cree and Euro-Canadian heritage, exploring how self-identity is constructed through culture, history and lineage, and challenging the stereotypical ways Indigenous people have been photographed throughout history. The exhibit will be on display until June 2.

Meryl McMaster, Aphoristic Currents, 2013, chromogenic print, edition 2 of 5, Private Collection.

3 shows you should see at the High Performance Rodeo

The High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s international festival of the arts, runs from January 9 – 27 and tends to defy explanation. HPR’s founder, the late Michael Green, said it best in a 2014 interview with Where Calgary: “One theme you’ll always find at the High Performance Rodeo is ‘nothing ordinary.’ There’s no ordinary work here.” Here’s a small sample of the more than 20 performances featured:

LIVE YOUR PRIME, WITH DAMIEN FROST
Whether you’re aging gracefully or not so gracefully, join Damien Frost, his son Damien Junior and his wife Darlene on a hilarious journey behind the scenes of self-help gurus and untangle questions such as, is there really a Fountain of Youth? And, what if the longer you live, the likelier you are to live longer? The side-splitting world premiere is brought to you by the creative force behind hits like Ilsa Queen of the Nazi Love Camp and Calgary, I Love You, But You’re Killing Me. Playing January 9-19.

High Performance Rodeo

Photo courtesy High Performance Rodeo.

HAMMERED HAMLET (DRUNK SHAKESPEARE)
Sure, you’ve seen Shakespeare before. But have you ever seen a version of Hamlet where the cast is, well, hammered? Be prepared for some slurred speech, outlandish antics and audience participation as the performers stumble their way to that final scene — and yes, they really are drunk. Playing January 23-26.

High Performance Rodeo

Photo courtesy High Performance Rodeo.

PEARLE HARBOUR’S CHAUTAUQUA
“Part cabaret, part tent revival, all drag” is the formula for this wartime wonder and tragicomedienne’s show, which includes music, sing-alongs, puppet shows and (why not?) an exorcism. Pearle Harbour is an All-American gal who’s sweet-as-pie and sharp-as-nails, and has — somewhat ironically — received a Dora Award nomination for Outstanding Male Performance. Playing January 10-12.

High Performance Rodeo

Photo courtesy High Performance Rodeo.

Hot Art Round-Up: Nov 22-25

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND

Calgary Holiday Craft Market
SAIT Campus, 10 am – 4 pm

Fall Show + Sale │ First Night Fundraiser
ACAD, 5 – 8 pm

Messenger, an exhibition of Nick Rooney
New Edward Gallery, Thursday and Friday, 7 – 10 pm

Paint Night in Support of Calgary Visual Arts
The Tommyfield Gastro Pub, 7 – 9:30 pm

GIRAF Festival of Independent Animation
Quickdraw Animation Society, Globe Cinema: November 22 – 25

Klimt’s Women: Studio Presentation
Theatre Encounter, cSPACE: November 22-24 & Nov 29-Dec 1
7:30PM nightly, with a 2:00PM Matinee on December 1


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD

Artist Talk with Tamara Lee-Ann Cardinal
University of Calgary Department of Art, 10 – 11:30 am

Fall Show + Sale
ACAD: Friday, noon – 7 pm & Saturday noon – 4 pm

Curated Winter Market Calgary
Bowness Community Association, Friday 5 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 4 pm

Robin Arseneault / Double Healing
Jarvis Hall Gallery, 5 – 8 pm

The Search for HMS Erebus & HMS Terror
Glenbow Museum, 7 – 9 pm

Alice – In Partnership with the GIRAF Festival of Animation
Calgary Cinematheque, 11 pm – 1 am


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH

Little Modern Markets Holiday Edition
The Official Rally Pointe Volleyball Club, 9:30 – 3:30 pm

Splash Art Christmas Market 2018
Neon Milkshake Art Studio, through December 16 (four weekends)

Holiday Market 2018
Bridgeland Riverside Farmers’ Market, 10 am – 3pm

YYC Alternative Market
Inglewood Community Hall, 10 am – 4 pm

Farmers & Makers Market at cSPACE
cSPACE King Edward, 10 am – 1 pm 

Open House + Portfolio Review Day 2018
ACAD, 10 am – 2 pm 

Small Business Saturday OPEN HOUSE
Uppercase studio, Crystal Ink, 11 am – 3 pm

Natalie Gerber: Studio Fabric Sale
cSPACE, every Saturday through December 15: 11 am – 4 pm 

Amy Dryer: Primary
Masters Gallery Ltd, opening reception 11 am – 4 pm

Rotating Holiday Group Exhibition
Wallace Galleries Ltd, opening reception noon – 5 pm 

Got it Made: A Handcrafted Market
Kingsland Community Hall, noon – 6 pm

Augmented Mural Launch Event: Won’t You Be My Neighbour
Crescent Heights Community Association, Buds of Buds: 1 – 2:30 pm

Mountains: Shaping the landscape
The Edge Gallery, opening reception 1 – 4 pm

The cREative Realm wrap up event
Blank Page Studio, The Coup: 3 – 5 pm 

Wings—A show of work by Kathy Aldous-Schleindl
KAS Paintings, Loft 112: 7 – 9 pm

Let it Snow – Calgary
Alberta Craft Gallery, cSPACE: 7 – 11 pm


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH

Art Acoustic Sunday Series
Art On 9th, 10 am – noon

Hot Art Round-Up: Nov 8-11

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH

Art for War and Peace Exhibition
Micah Gallery at Fort Calgary (through November 11)
Art talk on November 11 at noon

First Solo Art Exhibition: Mosaic Portraits
Studio C, cSPACE: 5 – 7 pm

Nicole Mary – Safety Nets
Marion Nicoll Gallery, ACAD: 6 – 8 pm

Alexa Bunnell: maybe there is enough room for the two of us in this town after all
The Wall Gallery, ACAD: 6 – 8 pm

Sarabeth Carnat: Sublime
Fine Art Jewellery Exhibition and Sale (through Dec 29)
Opening Reception: Thursday, 5 – 8pm


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH

Artist Talk with Adrian Stimson
University of Calgary Department of Art, 10 – 11:30 am

Main Space / The Topography of Bodily Sentiments
The New Gallery, 6 – 9 pm

Mixed Media Art Night
Loft 112, 6:30 – 9 pm

I feel the air of another world: Jen Reimer & Magnus Tiesenhausen
Esker Foundation, 7 – 8 pm

Fluid Me – An exhibition by Mao Kun Chen, artists reception
The Bridge Inc, 7 – 10 pm

Hannah Petkau: ebb and flow
Untitled Art Society, opening reception 7 – 11 pm

You hold me, as I fumble to emulate your care
TRUCK Contemporary Art in Calgary, 7 – 11 pm

Jocelyn Reid: Lay your weight on me, I will make you free
Untitled Art Society, opening reception 7 pm – 1 am


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH

Farmers & Makers Market at cSPACE
cSPACE King Edward, 10 am – 1 pm

Galleria Christmas open house
Galleria Inglewood, 10 am – 5 pm

Christmas in the Country Art Sale
Leighton Art Centre, Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

Annual Fall Show & Sale
Calgary Creative Arts Guild, Montgomery Community Centre, 10 am – 4 pm

The Group Art society of Calgary’s Fall Show and sale
St Peter’s Anglican Church, 10 am – 4 pm

Southern Alberta Art Alliance 2018 Fall Art Show
Holy Cross Anglican Church, 10 am – 4 pm

Pop Up Shop Grand Opening
MarketSpot YYC, CrossIron Mills: noon – 4 pm

Joanne MacDonald and Thai Le Ngo Closing Reception
Ruberto Ostberg Gallery, 2 – 5 pm

Maria Loaiza resident artist meet and greet
Motion Gallery, 5 – 7 pm


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH

Fort Calgary Artisan Fair
Fort Calgary, 11:30 am – 5pm

5 Must-see art exhibits in Calgary

By Silvia Pikal and Shauna McGinn

November doesn’t have to be all about gearing up for the holidays. It can be a great time to find a moment to yourself to enjoy things that peak your interest, especially before your schedule becomes jam-packed with events and obligations. For seasoned art lovers and newcomers alike, these five exhibits are a great way to spend a peaceful afternoon.

Buy local
On November 10, The Group Art Society of Calgary, which celebrated the big 5-0 in 2018, is having a fall show and sale. Browse artwork in different sizes, mediums and prices, chat with the people behind the pieces and snag an original from a local artist.

Courtesy Esker Foundation.

An artist’s homage
For seven years, artist Tammi Campbell started nearly each day by drawing a grid on fine Japanese rag paper and writing “Dear Agnes” in the top left corner. She’d then fold it twice like a letter and store it before continuing with her other work. Letters from the final three months of that practice — 85 of them in total — are on display now until December 21 at Esker Foundation. At its core, the work is a tribute to the late Agnes Martin, a renowned visual artist born in Campbell’s home province of Saskatchewan.

Campbell kept up the letter-writing practice for seven years as an intentional homage to an absence that Martin took from painting midway through her career, from 1967-1974. Paintings from Campbell’s Monochrome series — stark canvasses displaying paint manipulated to look like everyday materials such as cardboard and packing tape in a minimalist style — are also on display as part of the installation. Opposite those hang a collection of Martin’s, meant to reflect, according to the Esker Foundation, “the two artists’ mutual meditation on silence, ritual, and repetition within artistic practice.”

Courtesy Kathy Aldous-Schleindl.

Artist spotlight at Loft 112
Loft 112, Calgary’s creative hub, is hosting a show and sale from November 19 – December 14. These show features local artist Kathy Aldous-Schleindl,  whose paintings are mainly figurative and express movement and emotion. The exhibit includes work in acrylic, oil, watercolour and fabric. “Some of the work focuses on the simple pleasures in life that we can find when we take time to get off the ride and look closely at the beauty in nature that surrounds us,” she says.

Courtesy Newzones Gallery.

Deck the walls
From November 29 – January 12, an entire wall at Newzones gallery will be adorned with unique art in different sizes and styles, just in time for the gift-giving season. The Deck the Walls! annual exhibition at Newzones is your chance to gift or own artwork from renowned artists, including Bradley Harms, Colleen Philippi and Dianne Bos.

Photo by Ron Janert.

What is life?
Until November 30, explore Victoria Park to view a magnificent piece of public art before it’s gone. Fireflies at Twilight is painted across two 40-foot shipping containers and honours Siksika First Nation’s Chief Crowfoot, who played a key role in the Treaty 7 negotiations. On one side, a stunning landscape is painted next to fireflies moving skyward. On the other, Chief Crowfoot is gazing towards the distance, with a bison in the background. At the centre is a portrait of him and one of his memorable quotes, believed to be his last words. Adrian Stimson, a Governor General Award-winning Siksika artist, collaborated with Springboard Performance on this piece, which is part of containR — pop-up mural installations and art parks made out of recycled shipping containers. The works are temporary, feature local artists and aim to connect communities through art.

Hot Art Round-Up: Oct 4 – 6

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4TH

Sampler 2018
Herringer Kiss Gallery, 5 – 8 pm

Free First Thursday Night
Glenbow Museum, 5 – 9 pm

Shelter For What Remains
City of Calgary, Blank Page Studio, Leyden’s Funeral Home: 6 – 9 pm

M:ST 9 | Rita McKeough: Works ~ Soft Launch!
Royal Canadian Legion #1, 6 – 10 pm

Microbial Aura
Loft 112, 7 – 9 pm

M:ST 9 | Something, Somewhere – Jadda Tsui + Mat Lindenberg
Royal Canadian Legion #1, 9 – 11 pm

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH

Artist Talk with Brittney Bear Hat
University of Calgary Department of Art, 10 – 11:30 am

Curated. FALL Market CALGARY
Bowness Community Association: Friday 5 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 4 pm

U and Alan Belcher
The lily contemporary project space, 7 – 11 pm

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH

Farmers & Makers Market at cSPACE
cSPACE King Edward, 10 am – 3 pm

Crafty Llama Book Signing
Owl’s Nest Books, local artists Renata Liwska and Mike Kerr: 11 am – 2 pm

Calgary Zombie Walk 2018
Olympic Plaza, noon – 5 pm

Fractured Mandalas: Patterns of Life
cSPACE, Blackboard Gallery (through November 30, opening reception October 11, 5 – 8 pm)

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Opening + Artist Talk
cSPACE, 6 – 8:30 pm

7th Annual Log Driver’s Waltz
Quickdraw Animation Society, Sunalta Community Centre: 6 – 9:30 pm 

Hot Art Round-Up: Aug 30 – Sept 2

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 
BUMP Festival Artist Talk: Geometry, Wavelength and Pattern
McHugh House, 8 – 10 pm

Neil Zeller’s Fifth Annual Photowalk
Eau Claire, 6 – 9 pm

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 
Tiffany Shaw-Collinge: untitled community garden
Untitled Art Society, 11 am – 4 pm

Calgary Night Market
Bridgeland Riverside Community Association, 5 – 11 pm

Pride in Vic Park: Arts Night & Outliers Screening
Memorial Park Library, 6 – 9 pm

Julia Kansas – “Leisure” at lily
The lily contemporary project space, 7 – 11 pm

BUMP Festival Artist Talk: New Beginnings in the Surreal
McHugh House, 8 – 10 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
Farmers & Makers Market at cSPACE
cSPACE, 10 am – 3 pm

BUMP Festival Alley Party
Beltline Urban Murals Project, 2 – 10 pm

Jessie St Clair Art Exhibition
The Dandelion, 6 – 9 pm

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 
The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Calgary Pride
Globe Cinema, 11:30 pm – 2 am

15 Things to do in Calgary in August

By KYLEE PEDERSEN

Get the most out of the summer with this list of great things to do in Calgary!

Photo courtesy Heritage Park.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST
Presented by the Calgary Young People’s Theatre comes Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people” with shows August 1 – 5.

ALBERTA KENNEL CLUB CLASSIC
Check out this destination dog show with exhibitors, vendors and judges from around the world from August 3 – 6.

HERITAGE DAY AT FORT CALGARY
Celebrate Heritage Day at the very place Calgary began on August 6, with free museum tours, a Blackfoot ecology education session, Indigenous artisans, a family friendly movie, kids crafts and much more!

STEVE MARTIN AND MARTIN SHORT
If their names alone don’t set the tone, their aptly titled show certainly does — An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life is in town August 4th.

ART CAMP FOR ADULTS AT CSPACE
Focused on the themes of play, recharge and wonder, these two back-to-back weekend camps will see a different guided art activity each evening.

TINARIWEN
Listen to this Grammy-Award winning group of Tuareg musicians from the Sahara Desert region of northern Mali as they perform at the Bella Concert Hall on August 7.

Photo Courtesy Joachim Cooder.

RY COODER
The legendary guitarist, songwriter and producer returns to his Americana roots with covers of old blues, gospel and folk songs on Prodigal Son, plus a few new originals. His first album of six years aims to give a message of hope and resilience. See him August 10.

MUSIC IN THE PLAZA AT HERITAGE PARK
No matter the weather, Wednesday evenings throughout the month of August will fill Heritage Town Square with live music!

ANDERSON EAST 
Get whisked away with the soulful sounds of this Alabama native on August 12, who’s touring his second studio album Encore. East’s gravelly voice will glide effortlessly through expertly crafted songs that blend blues, R&B and country.

GIPSY KINGS
On August 12, “Bamboleo” all the way to the show!

PEELED COCKTAIL FESTIVAL
From August 16 – 19 experience seminars, tastings and networking events, all centered around the enjoyment and development of Calgary’s cocktail scene.

BEN HARPER & CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE
The American blues musicians join forces for their collaborative new album, No Mercy in This Land. See them August 20. 

Photo courtesy Kelly Hofer.

ALICE COOPER
On August 22, the founder of shock-rock returns to Calgary for a night of theatrics and psycho-drama. A Paranormal Evening will undoubtedly live up to Cooper’s signature performances, where heavy metal and punk rock meet horror show, electric chairs, guillotines and fake blood.

CALGARY PRIDE
Running from August 24 – September 3, Calgary’s best and brightest will be on display at the 28th annual Calgary Pride Week, in celebration of diversity, inclusivity and community. From humble and difficult beginnings, the Calgary Pride Parade has grown to become the second largest parade in the city and is followed by Pride in the Park, where live music and beer gardens continue the festivities.

HONENS
After quarter finals in Berlin and New York, the world-class international piano competition declares a winner in Calgary. From August 30 – September 8.

 

Hot Art Round-Up: Jul 12-15

By HOT ART YYC

THURSDAY, JULY 12 

Second Thursday – Artist Spotlight
cSPACE, Alberta Craft Gallery, 5 – 8 pm

FRIDAY, JULY 13

Chroma Summer Group Exhibition
Christine Klassen Gallery, 5 – 7 pm

Inglewood Night Market, 5 – 11 pm

Community Evening at Esker!
Esker Foundation, 6 – 8 pm

Friday the 13th : Kitty Edition : Roman66 + Guests / Fundraiser
EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society, 7:33 – 11:33 pm

SATURDAY, JULY 14

Fragments of Time
John Fluevog Shoes, 10 am – 7 pm

Farmers & Makers Market at cSPACE
cSPACE, 10 am – 3 pm

ISO Three-Ways: A Reading + Conversation
Stride Gallery, 2 – 4 pm

SUNDAY, JULY 15

Fire Song: Four Afternoons of Indigenous Cinema
Untitled Art Society, 2 – 4 pm