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July 14, 2017

Happy Birthday Canada, now what?

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

February 2, 2017

Making Black History in Alberta Visible

The history of black people in Alberta is largely unknown, obscured by what political scientist Malinda S. Smith calls the “tyranny of homogenization” and “invisibilization.” read more »

August 25, 2016

Anthropologist Todd Kristensen brings Alberta’s archeological history to life

The Heritage Art Series mixes art and storytelling to educate and inspire read more »

May 24, 2016

Arts Buzz: May 23, 2016

Arts Buzz is a weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events. read more »

May 19, 2016

Alumnus Guest Post: It’s OK. Look in the Mirror. You’ll Like What You See

Tough times are, well, tough. But we emerge a more creative, resilient and committed community when we tackle them together read more »

April 28, 2016

Votes and victories

On the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Alberta, political science professor Linda Trimble looks at how far we’ve come — and where we’re going next. read more »

April 18, 2016

Contemplating Death

Artist examines the emotional journeys of transplant patients read more »

December 17, 2015

A story about us

Thomas Wharton's new children's book Rutherford the Time-Travelling Moose is a rare glimpse into Edmonton's past read more »

August 28, 2015

Arts alumna crafts bronze version of two UAlberta visionaries

UAlberta’s new President’s Circle statue features Rutherford and Tory; public reveal set for Sept. 24 read more »

August 20, 2015

Hey Countess! a Fringe masterpiece in the French Quarter

Author and Arts alumnus Todd Babiak goes off the beaten trail at the Fringe Fest for a longtime favourite read more »

August 18, 2015

Reliably brilliant improv found at the Fringe Festival

Author and Arts grad Todd Babiak shares his love for local improv group Gordon’s Big Bald Head read more »

June 12, 2015

Alex Abroad: What I learned in Cortona

English & Film Studies student Alex Migdal reflects on his time in Italy read more »

June 1, 2015

Anthropology grad throws back to the prairie past

Archeologist Reid Graham brought a 50-year-old project back to life—and made a significant discovery—on the way to earning his master’s degree. read more »

May 14, 2015

Alex Abroad: Living La Dolce Vita

English & Film Studies student Alex Migdal discovers the simple joy of soaking up the Italian atmosphere read more »

April 30, 2015

Alex Abroad: Arts adventures in Italy

Arts student Alex Migdal confesses the reason he’s most excited to study in Italy this spring read more »

April 28, 2015

Getting there is (more than) half the fun

Alumna Emma Hooper is bursting onto the writing scene as one of the Guardian's "New Faces of Fiction 2015" read more »

April 17, 2015

Sanctuary Project preserving Ukrainian religion in the Prairies, one church at a time

Part 4 of an in-depth look at the Arts-based KIAS Cluster Grant research projects read more »

December 4, 2014

Eugenics history hits close to home

Arts philosopher Rob Wilson is helping draw attention to the history of forced sterilization in Alberta read more »