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December 11, 2014

Locating the scene

Arts alumnus Ben Owens searches the province for the perfect filming locations for TV shows and movies read more »

November 27, 2014

Making her own luck

From a 25-year career in film and television to heritage conservation, Arts alumna Penelope Hynam has always created her own opportunities read more »

September 25, 2014

At the forefront of a new field of study

English professor Imre Szeman and the Petrocultures research team explore the habits, beliefs, knowledge, practices and institutions involved with oil and energy to determine how we can build a sustainable energy future. read more »

September 19, 2014

Arts leaders in a city of champions

Arts alumni Adam Rozenhart and Amy Shostak are well-known local leaders who create community and influence the direction of Edmonton. read more »

June 25, 2014

Studying the silver screen

A self-taught film buff, professor Bill Beard helped create UAlberta's Film Studies program more than three decades ago. read more »

April 22, 2014

Happy 450th Birthday, Shakespeare: All the world’s your stage

English professor Rick Bowers’ passion for Shakespeare keeps the Bard alive in the classroom. read more »

November 28, 2013

Stepping out

Arts alumna and award-winning author Katherine Govier helps new Canadians express themselves through shoes read more »

November 21, 2013

Crossing the borders in Women’s Writing

Recent PhD graduate Libe Garcia Zarranz receives a Gold Medal for her work on borders in the fiction of queer transCanadian women writers read more »

October 17, 2013

Back to the silver screen

October 19 is International Home Movie Day. We talk to Jaimie Baron, a film studies researcher, about how the use of old footage from sources like home movies in documentaries and experimental films contributes to our understanding of history. read more »

September 23, 2013

SSHRC grant helps researcher think beyond reconciliation

English professor Keavy Martin leads a research project looking at how art can be used to increase public engagement in the aftermath of residential schools. read more »