It's not just about what's on the stage. The Jube's iconic public spaces are enhanced by specially curated works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, as well as by rotating temporary exhibitions.
Each time you visit the Jube, check in on the current display of bright, bold and beautiful work by emerging and established Alberta artists.
Are you an artist? The Friends of the Jubilee provide opportunities for emerging artists to exhibit at the Jube, through a series of rotating art exhibitions in the Kaasa Gallery at the Northern Jube or the Alcove Gallery at the Southern Jube.
Interested? You'll find all the guidelines for submissions below. It's a simple process, and if selected, your artwork could be seen by more than 20,000 audience members per month!
Next time you're at the Edmonton Jube, drop by the Gallery for a flash of visual inspiration from emerging Alberta artists.
When you visit Calgary's Jube, don't miss out on the art! Rotating exhibitions feature exciting work by emerging Alberta artists.
A giant fan-shaped wall sculpture now transforms the east stairwell of the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Fanfare, by artist Tony Bloom.
A monumental print installation now transforms the south stairwell of the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Confluence Through the Looking Glass, by artist Liz Ingram.