2020-21 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.

GALLERY EXHIBITS

FINE ARTS BUILDING (FAB) GALLERY
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.

MUSIC CONCERTS

Enjoy a diverse showcase of faculty performers in our Virtual Prism concert series. Tune in wherever you are for a variety of online performances that range from classical to contemporary. Stay tuned for more details that will be announced shortly!

STUDIO THEATRE

TIMMS CENTRE FOR THE ARTS
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

FAB Gallery presents Artists Xi Jin and Holly de Moissac

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Xi Jin's exhibit Breakdown, Mistake, Discontinuity features three print-based installations. Holly de Moissac's Grafting Shadows explores the global ecology.

Dracula performs at the Timms Centre from June 30 - July 3, 2021

This unconventional re-telling of the Dracula story merges Victorian repressions, contemporary angst, and archetypal obsessions. Mina and Lucy are central in this version of the classic horror tale which comments on the Dracula myth as it plays out before us in all its mystery.
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Virtual Prism concert series: Stand Alone Violin Part II

Guillaume Tardif performs selections from a 300 year old set of works by Bach, along with similar works from Bach's contemporaries, including Pisendel, Geminiani, Westhoff, and Locatelli.

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