950 8th Avenue

July 23:  10:00 AM to 5:00 PM | July 24:  10:00 AM  to 5:00 PM

artsPlace is Canmore’s community arts centre – a welcoming, friendly space where residents and visitors can gather to enjoy arts and culture events. Experience the free gallery, watch movies in the black box theatre, see live performances including music, comedy, and theatre, and try a new skill in a ceramics or visual arts workshop!



Saturday, July 23

  • 1:00 pm – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • 3:00 pm – River Of No Return

Sunday, July 24

  • 1:00 pm – Forbidden Planet
  • 3:00 pm – Forever Darling

Îyârhe Nakoda Youth
Stoney Nakoda youth honour their ancestors and their connection to this sacred land through art in this exhibition. By listening to the stories of Indigenous Elders, the youth learn important stories of Mini Thni, Treaty 7 Territory and its place on Turtle Island. This exhibition will also showcase the beautiful artwork and stories created during the Stoney Nakoda Heroes project of 2019 by students at Exshaw School.

Nicole Fougier with Travis Rider and contributions by the participants in The Banff Centre’s Truth and Reconciliation Through Right Relations course

Share your love for this beautiful Treaty 7 territory by making art at artsPlace! Drop by the artsPlace gallery and put your thoughts and feelings about Truth and Reconciliation into a collaborative work of art. Many different Bow Valley Community members add their creativity to this monument and it will hang in the artsPlace gallery until the end of August 2022.

I acknowledge my Ancestors
I love this Land
I walk toward Reconciliation
I speak the Truth

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