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Art in the City

The Bert Church LIVE Theatre

Thanks to the support of theatre followers, the Bert Church Live Theatre 2017-2018 professional performance season was remarkable! The season featured 35 extraordinary shows, from George Canyon to Pinkalicious The Musical; Megan Lane, one of Canada’s best female guitarists, to a sold-out 54-40 show and an improv comedy with Colin Mochrie and Deb McGrath. Canada’s Ballet Jörgen performed Anastasia in an impressive dance show, and the Olate Dogs brought laughs and entertainment for the whole family.  There was certainly something for everyone!

The Theatre Professional Series kicks off in fall 2018 with its inaugural show Sept. 13, when the great country singer Aaron Goodvin will delight all with his magnificent voice and well-known songs. Following that, international star Terry Bozzio will enchant with his skills on the largest tuned drum and percussion set in the world. Duane Steele, paying tribute to the iconic singer and songwriter George Jones, will take to the stage in November.

Be sure not to miss Heather Rankin over the Christmas season, followed by the award-winning Canadian singer and songwriter Luke McMaster in February, and world-class artists The Celtic Tenors in April.

As always, Bert Church Live Theatre offers shows that entertain kids and adults alike, such as Spidey – A Magic Show in January 2018. In February, well-known Will’s Jams will have kids and their parents dancing, laughing and singing out loud from start to finish.

Take In a performance at the beautiful Bert Church Live Theatre, where every seat is a great seat, and the sound and lighting are fantastic. It’s easy to get there, parking is free and theatre-goers can bring refreshments into the auditorium while they enjoy the show.

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Check out these creative creations around our city.

Bert Church Theatre

A series of applauding hands by Ontario artist James C. Smith.

Box Turned Art

A traffic utility box was transformed into a work of art by artist Veronica Funk.

Canada 150 Mosaic 

Created by more than 100 Airdrians in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.

Chinook Winds Fire Hall 

The work of abstract artist Koos de Jongh.

City Hall 

The Centennial Sphere sculpture by Cochrane artist Honsun Chu to celebrate Airdrie’s Centennial in 2009.

Genesis Place 

Stained glass work by Heinz and Patricia Demes.

Gwacheon Totems

Six handcrafted totem poles donated by Airdrie’s sister city, Gwacheon, South Korea.

Iron Horse Park Mural 

An impressive mural spanning three walls by local artist Glen Collin.

Main Street Art Project

The work of more than 30 artists and 1,100 eager volunteers along a 300-foot mural.

McGillivray Parl Sculpture 

A twisted stainless steel sculpture by metal artist Dan Hlus.

Miller Mural 

An old metal storage facility transformed into art.

Ravenswood Sculpture 

A 30-foot metal art structure of ravens in flight.

Reunion and Sagewood Sculptures 

Works of art by Cochrane bronze sculptors Son and Shirley Begg

Utility Cubicle Art Wraps 

More than a dozen artist-designed cubicle wraps around the city sponsored by FortisAlberta.