Thank you 2016 Supporters and Partners

We couldn't have done it without you!

How does Kaleido create a free arts festival for our community every year? With the support of
an incredible arts community, excellent supporters, fantastic volunteers, and wonderful friends.
Thank you supporters, advertisers, partners, fellow community builders, and artists for believing in the vision and heart of the Kaleido Family Arts Festival. Your generosity is sincerely appreciated.

Kaleido 2016: Helping Hands

Thanks Stantec employees and Kaleido Volunteers!

“Community” was the theme and “getting it done” was the outcome when employees with Stantec worked the backstage of the recent Kaleido Family Arts Festival. Stantec employees, along with Kaleido volunteers, cleaned up the festival site and began organizing for Deep Freeze: A Byzantine Winter Festival (January 14 and 15, 2017).

Kaleido 2016: A BIG Thank-you!

Thank you all - what a fabulous weekend!

Thank you to everyone that came out to the Kaleido Family Arts Festival! It was a wonderful celebration of arts, family and community. A extra big thanks to all of the amazing performers and volunteers that helped make it possible. We couldn't do it without you! 

Volunteer Wrap-up Party!

Volunteers, please join us as we want to share our appreciation for you with a Wrap-Up Party! It is on September 27 at 6:30pm at Alberta Avenue Community League (9210 - 118 Ave). 

This event is only for volunteers - please RSVP by Sunday, September 25 in order to attend. Print or bring a digital copy of your ticket on Tuesday!

 

 

We can't wait until we see you next year - September 15–17, 2017.

Kaleido 2016: The Power of Song

Edmonton students experienced the opportunity of a lifetime courtesy of the Kaleido Family Arts Festival. One highlight of Kaleido’s ongoing partnership with the community is the contribution festival performers make to local schools. This year, American singer and songwriter Steve Seskin visited Highlands and Spruce Avenue schools. The Grammy-nominated songwriter motivated students to release their creativity through music and song. Seskin and students composed original songs and music, which they performed during Kaleido, September 11, 2016. 

Support Kaleido and help us through our $40,000 funding shortfall! Every dollar counts and we look forward to continuing our fantastic programming for our 2017 festival with your help!

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Feature: Jacques Schwarz-Bart: Jewazz Project featuring Shai Maestro

Saturday, September 10 @ 7:00 pm
Avenue Central Stage | 93 St & 118 Ave

The Jewazz Project is a jazz interpretation of Jewish liturgical chants, many of which carried the spirit of a people through 5775 years of history.

“This music carries a universal message far beyond its religious context and I’m hoping to celebrate that message with all people of the world.” - Brother Jacques

Headliner: The Brevet

The Brevet

Saturday, September 10 @ 10:00 pm
Avenue Central Stage (93 St & 118 Ave)

Passion brought The Brevet together, and it defines their music. Since their 2013 independent debut, the quartet has landed high-profile placements in film and television, including The Good Lie, Ashby, 90210, American Idol and more. Their 2016 release, American Novel, elevates the Southern California group’s rock-tinged cinematic Americana sound to heavenly heights. 

Feature: Art Installations: 12FOOT12

Friday & Saturday
118 Ave & 91 St

Cheer on artists and designers as they create an installation within a 12x12x12 foot space in just 24 hours. 

Watch these projects being created on a designated 12x12x12 foot space on 118 Ave.

  • Listening Cave by Cora McLachlan
  • Enter the Heart by Angele Karosi/Stacey Cann
  • Touching the Universe by Tyler Enfield

There’s no telling what street art will emerge! Vote for your favourite!