Black History Month 2023 in Calgary
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Header Photo: Sandra Piques Eddy as Carmen. Photo by Karen Almond
Calgary embraces the traditional, the modern and everything in between. Popular educational institutions in Calgary include:
There hundreds of dance schools, academies and venues in the city for training at all ages and levels. Here are some of Calgary's favourite dance studios:
Calgary’s eclectic arts scene includes public galleries, working studios, artist-run centres, collectives and artisan shops.
Our list of most visited museums and galleries include:
Interested in studying the visual arts? Sign up for training at the University of Calgary's Department of Art or the Alberta University of the Arts.
Photo: The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. Jack Singer Concert Hall.
From the inspiring National Music Centre to the Jack Singer Concert Hall in the Arts Commons, there are many places to enjoy music in Calgary.
Listen to live music of any genere at one of Calgary's musical events, festivals, local bands and venues:
Photo: Thievery Corporation at Prince's Island Park. 2013 Calgary Folk Music Festival. Photo by David Kenney.
Unions and Guilds:
See our list of Music Festivals and Music Venues
Calgary has long supported local live performances and there are dozens of theatre groups in the city including: