Now that summer is over, Culture has rolled down her pant legs, packed her suitcases and left Churchill Square, Whyte Avenue and Hawrelak Park to return to her respective stages and galleries. How should you follow her around the sprawling venues until next June? Use our 2012/13 arts season package as your roadmap.
Riddled with stories and essays from some of our finest writers, this industrial-grade bundle of listings gathered and written by the intrepid Christopher Schieman covers all that’s going on in theatre, classical music, dance and visual arts.
Of course, the city’s arts organizers are always launching new works out of the blue, so don’t forget to bookmark AvenueEdmonton.com/Events and sign-up to the Weekender newsletter for all the latest updates. —Omar Mouallem
Contemporary Hang Ups by Fawnda Mithrush
Dance enthusiast and arts journalist Fawnda Mithrush on this misunderstood art form
Whatever Works by Cailynn Klingbeil
Opening night rituals revealed
Fertile Ground by Michael Hingston
Why Edmonton loves it playwrights
Shades of Life by Scott Messenger
Artist Sean Caufield raises ethical questions about modern science