The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Cantares Venezuelan Choir shows what their music is all about

3thumbLaughter fills the musty beige room of the Old Y Centre in Calgary as the Cantares Venezuelan Choir takes a break in their rehearsal, bouncing jokes between one another.

'In Winter' one of many student performances during Taking Flight festival

1thumb This April, third-year theatre major Britt Babott will be presenting her first work as a playwright as part of Taking Flight — a festival of student works at the University of Calgary.

New organization reaches out through the arts

thumbguitar1 As music fills the room, dancers are moving gracefully to the beat, spinning and swaying to the melody. Across the hallway, teenage boys are drawing and painting on paper. Downstairs, guitars are strummed loudly and erratically. Listening closely, a blues melody begins to appear.

Three SAIT grads turn backpacking trip into a reality show

THUMBDSC 0359At Burt and Lucy's canteen, the walls are tarps and in place of a floor, uneven sand. There is no electricity, no working lights or refrigeration either. The kitchen prep area is littered with sugar canisters and jugs of vinegars — while white candlesticks stand freely for light.