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Whyte Museum delivers virtual exhibitions and events

Whyte Museum delivers virtual exhibitions and events

The show must go on.
Banff Centre winter programming in full swing

Banff Centre winter programming in full swing

“We’ve increased our accessibility, particularly with people from around Canada, which has been really great to see,” said vice-president of arts and leadership programming Howard R. Jang. “And we’ve expanded our demographics quite significantly, particularly in the Indigenous community.”
Canmore Winter Carnival to go ahead

Canmore Winter Carnival to go ahead

“I like the idea of taking what we’ve learned over the last year and applying it to this challenge. Being able to look at things in a different light and creating something new out of it is just a fascinating idea."
Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

“The themes on this album involve emotion, darkness, depression, journeys, revelations, hopefulness, isolation, embrace, and escape,” said Banff musician Kasey Nolan. “There’s one song to reflect each of those things, while they are all also encompassed in the entire album ... I wrote it with the intention of it being one progressive piece.”
Local author a late bloomer

Local author a late bloomer

“It’s an outlet for me to work with my own sense of humour,” said 81-year-old Canmore based author Richard R. Wyly Sr. “Then put it out there and hope someone will get a giggle out of it. That’s what it’s really all about.”
Canmore Museum laying the groundwork for new strategic plan

Canmore Museum laying the groundwork for new strategic plan

“We are excited to bring new thinking and new approaches to the Canmore Museum. It's a really balanced, thoughtful, energetic, and experienced team now in place at the museum that is quite anxious to make an impact in our community.”
Photo exhibit double-exposes link between dreams and memory

Photo exhibit double-exposes link between dreams and memory

Imogene Broberg-Hull's work explores experimental black and white darkroom techniques and the use of double exposure using new and old photographs from her past to delve into the themes of surrealism, dreams and memory.
Bow Valley tattoo industry ‘relieved’ after reopening

Bow Valley tattoo industry ‘relieved’ after reopening

“It just didn’t make sense science-wise. And I guess to elaborate on that, as tattooers in this industry for at least 20 years, or more now, we as a collective have been operating under very strict and sterile practices, just like your dentist or doctor would … in fact it’s probably one of the most sterile environments you can be in besides those places.”
Mountain Cabin Quilters Guild marks 25 years in valley

Mountain Cabin Quilters Guild marks 25 years in valley

The Mountain Cabin Quilters Guild will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in a different way this year.
Green Exodus set to launch in Canmore

Green Exodus set to launch in Canmore

“They might be someone who is actively involved in a church community, or a religious community of another faith. It might be someone who would describe themselves as spiritual, but not religious. It might even be someone that just senses that there is something bigger than themselves when they’re outdoors.”