Presented by Nuit Blanche Edmonton, Petite Nuit is a “petite” version of last year’s inaugural Nuit Blanche. It’s still a late-night celebration of contemporary art and urban space, but more modest in scale. Petite Nuit will feature five commissioned artworks over two nights: Friday and Saturday, September 23 and 24, 2016. As always, the exhibition is free to the public and suitable for all ages.
Join Rob Marchak, Director of Strategic Projects (Sustainable Development) at the City of Edmonton, for a presentation of one of the most intriguing initiatives the City has ever constructed in the River Valley. Upon completion, this project will improve accessibility for citizens of all abilities by combining the creation of a series of public spaces…and a funicular!
A surprising number of Chinese paintings include architecture. More surprising, the architecture often has little to do with the painting. Why is it present?
The Great Ideas. Great City. speaker series invites Edmontonians to explore ideas that help shape a great city.
Pop Pop is a student run “pop up” shop managed by the Student Design Association’s executive team.
You are invited to Let's Talk Design the second event in the Great Ideas. Great City. speaker series featuring Ken Greenberg.
The 18th Annual Fine Art of Schmoozy is Latitude 53's seasonal fundraiser with all proceeds raised from ticket sales, bar, raffle, and auction directly supporting upcoming programming and gallery operations. Our fundraising events allow Latitude to continue pushing boundaries and showcase the best in contemporary art.
Join CITYlab and the Alberta Professional Planners Institute to celebrate World Town Planning Day (betcha didn't know that was a holiday!) and watch Urbanized for FREE!
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MacEwan University's Design Studies program Visiting Scholar Lecture Series 2015/16 presents a free public lecture by Haig Armen.