Jul
5
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Trevor Peters and Annaliza Toledo

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jul
5
11:00 am11:00

Inchies Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jul
4
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Leah Erickson

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jul
4
11:00 am11:00

Knitting Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jul
3
2:00 pm14:00

Rooms Performance

Churchill Square

Rooms is a site-based performance installation
addressing human adaptation in the face of
climate transformation. The artists built a series
of portable structures in which they perform a
dance theatre work, examining the limits and
possibilities of our efforts to adapt to a rapidly
changing world.

Jul
3
11:00 am11:00

Needlework Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jul
2
2:00 pm14:00

Rooms Performance

Churchill Square

Rooms is a site-based performance installation
addressing human adaptation in the face of
climate transformation. The artists built a series
of portable structures in which they perform a
dance theatre work, examining the limits and
possibilities of our efforts to adapt to a rapidly
changing world.

Jul
2
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Cory Bulldog and Matt Cardinal

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jul
2
11:00 am11:00

Dry Felting Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jul
1
2:00 pm14:00

Rooms Performance

Churchill Square

Rooms is a site-based performance installation
addressing human adaptation in the face of
climate transformation. The artists built a series
of portable structures in which they perform a
dance theatre work, examining the limits and
possibilities of our efforts to adapt to a rapidly
changing world.

Jul
1
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with David No

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jul
1
12:00 pm12:00

Canada Day Family Programs

City Hall

Visit the heart of Edmonton’s Canada Day festivities!
Express your pride in Canada in a themed art
and craft workshop in the north breezeway of
City Hall

Jul
1
11:00 am11:00

Rug Hooking Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jun
30
6:00 pm18:00

124th Street Gallery Tour

Walk with The Works down 124th street through some of Edmonton’s
prominent local galleries. Learn about their current exhibits
and see what Edmonton has to offer year round. This tour
will begin at the 124 Grand Market on Thursday June 30th starting
at 6pm and is free of charge. Please sign up at eventbrite.ca

Jun
30
5:30 pm17:30

Photo-realistic Counted Cross-stitch Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jun
30
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Erik Smallboy

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jun
29
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Kim Reirson

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jun
29
12:00 pm12:00

SNAP Screenprinting Demo/ Workshop

The Society of Northern Alberta Print artists (SNAP) will be offering a Silkscreening demo. SNAP will be making flashy stickers, with designs by our in-house talent. Try your hand at pulling ink through a screen to make your own sticker!”

Jun
29
11:00 am11:00

Quilt Appliqué, Baltimore Squares Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jun
28
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Simon Glassman

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.

Jun
28
11:00 am11:00

Knitting Demo

Enterprise Square

Artists will be doing various live fibre art demonstrations including rug hooking, needle work, photorealistic cross-stitching, and dry-felting. The public is welcome to watch the demos and engage with local and international fibre artists.

Jun
27
7:00 pm19:00

BEAMS Concert

Stanley A. Milner Library, 7 Sir Winston Churchill Square

The Boreal Electroacoustic Music Society
An evening of experimental sound and video. Local
sound artists Himiko, Stephen Sereda, Trevor
DePagie, Wayne DeFehr, Phillip Jagger, Don Ross
and Billie Zizi will present live guitars, vocals, clarinet,
piano and bass with electronic processing,
along with software that generates sound from
visuals, AI from video games, cosplay, dance and
video from John Osborne and Christine Miller.

Jun
27
2:00 pm14:00

Graffiti is Dialogue with Tiffany Walsh

Churchill Square

An eight by twenty foot graffiti freewall takes
over Churchill Square as iHuman invites the community
to participate and create freely, using the
language of graffiti. Eleven different artists facilitate
workshops focusing on various elements of
graffiti culture and techniques, turning the installation
into a meeting place for dialogue around
graffiti history, culture, and shifting perspectives
towards the art form.