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Seth Anderson to rock Canmore like it's February 2020

Seth Anderson to rock Canmore like it's February 2020

Folk rocker Seth Anderson and friends return to the Canmore Legion this Friday night.
Exhibits focus on education about consent, sexual violence

Exhibits focus on education about consent, sexual violence

“As resort communities, we tend to keep that pristine image and not talk about some of these problems that we face. I wanted to draw attention to it. … The number of comments I got back really showed me these issues strike a chord with our communities.”
Artist, computer program collaboration a core value

Artist, computer program collaboration a core value

"I'm excited to host this residency because the writers and the faculty are coming up with things that I don't recognize. Computational writing is, to me, that's very exciting.
Crowd pleasers Buena Hermano win Tommy’s Unplugged in Banff

Crowd pleasers Buena Hermano win Tommy’s Unplugged in Banff

“Even if we win or not, [we’re] bringing music from our country and making the people happy and dance."
Canmore's busking policy tweaked to allow for increased times

Canmore's busking policy tweaked to allow for increased times

“I know COVID is still happening, but I feel we’re in a space where we can start moving forward with things we put on hold or put to the side or we couldn’t actually evaluate properly as a result of the conditions we were in. I think busking is one of them, especially given the progress we made of pedestrianizing Main Street during the pandemic. I think a lot of things are aligning with vibrancy in the downtown and busking really adds to that.”
Banff Centre CEO looking ahead at last year

Banff Centre CEO looking ahead at last year

“It is bittersweet. It is really such a special place and an amazing gift that I was given to spend the last years of my art administration at such an amazing job in this beautiful place. There is nothing like Banff. It is unique in the world. When you do what I do for a living, it is the best job in the world.”
Sea meets mountains when shantyman Séan McCann returns to Canmore

Sea meets mountains when shantyman Séan McCann returns to Canmore

Shantyman Séan McCann brings his East Coast flair to artsPlace this Sunday evening (May 1).
How making hats stitched together Alberta rocker Jesse Roads' latest album

How making hats stitched together Alberta rocker Jesse Roads' latest album

Playing this week at the Rose and Crown Banff, Jesse Roads talks about his latest album, family trauma and how making hats stitched it all together.
Play offers life lessons, message of feminism and respecting differences

Play offers life lessons, message of feminism and respecting differences

Sometimes a tiny slice of comforting, feel-good entertainment, whether it be a movie, music or play, can go a long way in dealing with fatigue and stress, especially now more than ever amidst the raging COVID-19 pandemic.
Chic Scott's book 'Mount Assiniboine – The Story' receives international honour

Chic Scott's book 'Mount Assiniboine – The Story' receives international honour

“One of the signatures in my books is I don’t just focus on the famous people like Bill Peyto and A.O. Wheeler. Yes, I’ve included them, but I also include a lot of other people who never otherwise get mentioned. The community is made up of thousands of interesting people.”