A collection of Claire Brandenbarg’s thoughtful photos and poems that capture many of her summer experiences. Show open from October 3 to November 10.
Free live music sessions held weekly at King's. New series starts September 2018.
An exhibition of the art of Celine Leung and Amanda Sinclair.
Over 60 photos showcasing the experiences of student interns this summer. Exhibit open September 1 to October 31.
New Edmonton art show now on display at King's.
Featured Track: "Dúlaman"
A strangely worded but beautiful, Irish love song. Listen here for choral arrangements performed by King's choirs.
Featured Track: "Les Trois Soeurs - Air"
Featured Art Exhibit: "Monty"
by Gerald Folkerts
One of the Head Over Heals series by Gerald Folkerts, first exhibited at Unveiling the Mystery: The Invisible Dignity Project (Winnipeg '07) and at Invisible Dignity, and Interdisciplinary Conference at The King's University (Edmonton '18). Out of deep appreciation for Gerald's work, The King's University purchased Monty in January 2009.
Everyone has a story to tell and every story is worth telling. But there are a few stories we are afraid to tell and others that we are inclined to ignore or overlook. // These are often the stories that need to be heard most desperately. // Remember the simple, surprisingly delightful truth: the Creator is head-over-heels in love with every one of us.
"Monty" hangs permanently beside the campus front entrance. The exhibit is a constant reminder to acknowledge and remember the stories of those sometimes invisible to us.
Read the story behind "Monty."