July 15, 2014
Henry Janzen shares the tale of William Fairfield and the Fairfield Poplar, which now "stands as an enduring, evolving symbol of landscapes transformed... and far-sighted vision."
July 15, 2014
Jamie Larsen (Crop Geneticist/Breeder with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada) provides his own vision for sustainable agriculture in the face of climate change and other challenges.
July 27, 2014
Geologist Hester Jiskoot tours us through the geological history of the Lethbridge region over the past 80 million years. A diverse experience of geology and landscape, with many opportunities to feel, smell and taste the sediments.
August 23, 2014
Lorne Fitch, Professional biologist, retired fish and wildlife biologist, and adjunct professor with the University of Calgary, guides a group of scientists and artists through the landscape around Hidden Creek, headwaters to the Oldman River. Emotions and perceptions are challenged [...]
August 29, 2014
What does a neighbourhood sound like? How does one urban environment differ from another? How can we experience a built environment though sound? Artist Annie Martin leads us through Hardieville, one of Lethbridge’s oldest hamlets.
March 4, 2015
After many successful events over the past year, The Resilient City and the Fieldnotes Collective are celebrating the launch of theresilientcity.com! Join us at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery on March 4, 2015 from 6 - 9PM for a potluck [...]
May 22, 2015
Artist Corinne Theissen, who was part of the group attending Lorne Fitch's Headwaters of the Oldman River Tour, has responded to the tour in an artwork she has named Chronic. This kinetic sculpture will open in the Esker Foundation Project [...]