UAlberta Fine Arts Shows

Studio Theatre, Music Concerts and Gallery Exhibits


We continue to carefully monitor the COVID-19 situation, and act in compliance with the recommendations of Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health.

The health and safety of our students, staff, audiences and entire University community is our top priority. Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to navigate the uncertainty and challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.


University of Alberta, 1-1 FAB

FAB Gallery hosts art and design exhibitions featuring work by students, faculty and staff, as well as by contemporary and historical artists with national and international reputations. A valuable teaching resource, FAB Gallery provides many Department of Art & Design students with their first opportunity to present their work publicly.


University of Alberta, 113 St. & 91 Ave.

We're pleased to return to our home in Convocation Hall for the 2022-23 Music Mainstage Concert season! Featuring the work of faculty, students, staff and visiting artists, this season has something for everyone! Watch for four featured concert series as we roll out this season: the Kilburn Memorial Concert Endowment series; Tribach Artist-in-Residence Endowment series; Faculty & Friends series; and Winspear series.


University of Alberta, 112 St. & 87 Ave.

The U of A Studio Theatre season finds its home in the beautiful Timms Centre for the Arts. The Timms Centre provides a state-of-the-art laboratory in which students and faculty come together to create exceptional performance events. We warmly welcome members of the public to witness the accomplishments of our undergraduate and graduate students as they demonstrate their prowess as current and future theatre professionals.

Fine Arts Highlights


Uof A Days Concert, September 25, 2022

Back in person after a two-year hiatus, the 2022 UofA Days Concert was an afternoon of popular favourites performed by our elite music students in the Symphonic Wind Ensemble (conducted by Angela Schroeder), University Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Petar Dundjerski), and the Madrigal Singers (directed by Dr. Timothy Shantz). (From a live recorded performance on 1:00pm, Sunday September 25 at Convocation Hall)

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