"As you might have heard, The Drawing Room is currently working on renovations to a new location so local artists and designers will have a place to create, gather, and engage! You can see we have some work to do. While everyone is very excited about the project and we have lots of momentum, we have very little funds. If you have any of the following skills, please don’t hesitate to let us know in what capacity you may be able to help between now and October."
A short overview of the experience of visiting the City Market Downtown, Edmonton on Saturdays.
Stock shots on 16mm film of the press conference and opening of Groat Road Bridge, 1955, found in the Cine Audio Visual Graveyard.
Adam talks about the food he tried at K-Days!
"A Toronto developer is reaching for the sky with two new towers on 106 Street. Brad Lamb announced Tuesday that his new building on 106 Street, just south of 102 Avenue, called Jasper House, will be 36 storeys tall. Lamb is also planning a second, 40-storey building on 106 Street at 103 Avenue, if all goes well with the first."
Stantec has announced the signing of a major lease for their global headquarters with Katz Group and WAM Development Group through an affiliate of the EAD Joint Venture. The new building will be situated within the Edmonton Arena District.
While debate still rages about the three proposed designs for Alberta’s regular licence plates, the province has released a new “Support Our Troops” plate which will be available starting on Wednesday.
From the rich suburbs of St. Albert emerges a young and naive artist by the name of Kyle Bauder. His music is pretty good. During the summer of 2014 he sets out to release a solo album. Will he achieve his dream of superstardom and making a little bit of money? Or will he be permanently banished to the abyss of “wait, what’s that guy’s name?”
The Downtown Business Association (DBA) would like a few of minutes of your time to give us your opinions about downtown Edmonton.
If you’re a film-maker, have an Edmonton address and have a brilliant piece of screened work, you could be eligible for $10,000 – courtesy of the Edmonton Arts Council (EAC). In 2012 EAC launched the Edmonton Film Prize to formally acknowledge the best in Edmonton’s screen-based industries. Over the last two years, judges have scrutinized more than 30 magnificent pieces before agreeing on the winner(s). Features, shorts, docs, experimentals, one-offs – they’re all eligible.
While many Calgarians look on with envy as the Edmonton Oilers plan a magnificent new building to play in, landlord Bob Dhillon sees only the opportunity.
Northlands has started looking at what the future holds after the Oilers leave Rexall Place for the new downtown arena. The non-profit society recently began work on a long-term master plan for the site that will likely be finished in early 2015, executive director of operations Mike Derbyshire said Wednesday.