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August 17, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: Artists in Canada have much to be thankful for

Funding from numerous sources ensures we are working towards a creative and innovative society read more »

August 15, 2017

Arts Buzz: August 15, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

August 3, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: Canada, a Bounty of Untold Stories

Our country is a “tangle of heritages unified by our desire to co-exist and grow together” read more »

July 31, 2017

Arts Buzz: July 31, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

July 20, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: My Life and My Home, in Perspective

Our history isn't simple, but our country is now heading in the right direction read more »

July 17, 2017

Arts Buzz: July 17, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

July 14, 2017

Happy Birthday Canada, now what?

Canada 50 years from now may surprise you, if our experts have any say read more »

July 10, 2017

Advancing digital literacy in an era of big data

Text analysis tool developed by Geoffrey Rockwell and his team garners national award read more »

July 4, 2017

Arts Buzz: July 4, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

June 29, 2017

A Canada 150 celebration? Not so fast.

A history of settler-colonialism has left many Canadians feeling conflicted about our national celebration read more »

June 19, 2017

Arts Buzz: June 19, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

June 14, 2017

‘There are 168 hours in a week — what you choose to do with them is up to you’

And other insights gleaned by economics grad who played Golden Bears football, earned a 3.9 GPA, overcame adversity, volunteered in his community and oh, by the way, also started his own business read more »

June 12, 2017

The classroom is just the start of a true education

Community-based learning experiences persuaded Matana Skoye to become an intersectional feminist and Indigenous ally read more »

June 8, 2017

Bright Lights and Stunning Sounds: Just a Movement Away

Thanks to drama student Aidan Ware’s technology, stage performers can control their own lighting and sound effects with simple body movements read more »

June 6, 2017

Speaking the language of opportunity

Fluency in four languages is a doorway to the world for Paige Ross read more »

June 5, 2017

Arts Buzz: June 5, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

June 1, 2017

Arts alumni continue to inspire

Alumni achievements, community service and innovation to be recognized at UAlberta Alumni Award Ceremony read more »

May 24, 2017

Reading from the Margins

Nat Hurley finds new meanings, new audiences in children’s literature read more »