November Pop-Up

From November 10-28, we’ll be activating a space on Stephen Ave (225-8th Ave SW). Swing by anytime from Wed-Sun for drop-in activities or sign up for ones that require registration!

Our space and programs is open to all ages, skills and abilities. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

The Collaborative/Creative Art Space will be available open-close for anyone to come by, hangout, and get creative!

All our programs are pay what you can! Your contribution will help us open a full time facility.

Restriction Exemption Program is in effect!

Operating Hours

Wednesday & Thursday: 11 AM-9 PM

Friday & Saturday: 11 AM-10 PM

Sunday: 11 AM-8 PM

Closed at 6 p.m. on Friday, November 12th!

*Registration is required through an Eventbrite link

WedThursFriSatSun
Nov 10Nov 11Nov 12Nov 13Nov 14
5 PM: Public Access – Open Musician Jam7 PM: Volunteer Appreciation Night (Private Event)1 PM: Multidisciplinary Writing Workshop*

Sign-up here

8 PM: BASK Live (Bethel & Sid)

4 PM: Art Therapy
Nov 17Nov 18Nov 19Nov 20Nov 21
7 PM: Rhythm & Beats Workshop*

Sign-up here
6 PM: Live Artist Showcase
6 PM: Antyx – Rap & Dance Cypher*

Sign-up here
2 PM: Film Photography Workshop*

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5 PM:
Multidisciplinary Writing Workshop*

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1 PM: Learn Indigenous Beading

5 PM: Indigenous Artists and Cultural Showcase
Nov 24Nov 25Nov 26Nov 27Nov 28
3 PM: Learn to DJ

7 PM: DJs Night
6 PM: Sinclair Sessions
(Open Musician Jam)

7 PM: Raw Voices

OPEN MIC sign up here
1 PM: Multidisciplinary Writing Workshop*

Sign-up here

5 PM:
Collaging Workshop
4 PM: Multicultural Showcase

VENDORS

House Composite (Chidera Uzoka) is a contemporary artist based in Calgary. She loves creating art that represents the world around her as well as expressing her creativity. The goal of House Composite is to create unique art prints that represent a variety of people’s aesthetics. Catch her booth on November 18th from 6 – 9pm!

Andie’s Indigenous Grassroots Newspaper began as a Spare Change Paper over 20 years ago! Andie’s newspaper shares her personal journey living as a youth and young adult in Southern Alberta. Her stories capture the realities of racism, addictions and abuse that she witnessed and endured. Buy her paper every weekend at The Alcove!