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Mask makers heal through their art

Mask makers heal through their art

“When we posted the first mask … people went crazy for it. It travelled around the Internet and there was lots of interest. The group started to grow and here we are now with an exhibit.”
Taste for Adventure offers month-long celebration of food

Taste for Adventure offers month-long celebration of food

"Even through the pandemic we saw new innovative restaurants opening and they really are a reason to return to the area time and again. This fall, with Taste for Adventure, we're inviting Albertans to rediscover Canadian Rocky Mountains cuisine."
Benefits of Alberta film industry abound

Benefits of Alberta film industry abound

“It is top to bottom a beautiful province,” said Keep Alberta Rolling head of advocacy Brock Skretting. “That’s why filmmakers love it.”
New program encourages cyclists to Bike All Winter

New program encourages cyclists to Bike All Winter

“We are looking for those selected for the program will become ambassadors for biking in winter. We want to share their stories to inspire others to bike in the winter.”
Experimentation leads to solo art exhibit for Canmore artist

Experimentation leads to solo art exhibit for Canmore artist

“Most of what I do is experimentation. The goal is to make something beautiful or creates a feeling within another person. There is never a clear path as to how I get there.”
Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Fernie B.C.'s alt-folk rock favourites Shred Kelly are embarking on a cross-Canada tour in support live music venues and its new album Like a Rising Sun – without ever leaving their homes
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

The Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is going global this year with an online event, but Bow Valley residents will recognize many familiar faces like Will Gadd, Barry Blanchard, Sarah Hornby and Lynn Martel
Woodturners, musicians and basket weavers wanted for creative collaboration

Woodturners, musicians and basket weavers wanted for creative collaboration

A Banff Boutique Inn owner, Lee O’Donnell is putting out the call to all artists to perform on stage or anyone with technical know-how to apply for a residency
Museum of Making a bucket list adventure through the history of machines

Museum of Making a bucket list adventure through the history of machines

"I feel like I am the custodian of these objects somehow and there is a story to tell. If you do it right, it is an interesting story for somebody. Not everybody, but somebody."
Canmore's Bloom unveils Altered Ground

Canmore's Bloom unveils Altered Ground

Canmore's newest work of public art, Altered Ground by local sculptor Tony Bloom, was unveiled last week