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Posted On Friday, September 11, 2020

Keyano College is seeking applications from local artists and performers to demonstrate or perform their craft during Alberta Culture Days in a ““pop up” environment on the Keyano College Front Lawn.
Taking place over four days, six scheduled live showcases are planned for performances and demonstrations.
The live showcases are part of a self-guided art walk at the College and will be taking place at the following times:
Thursday, September 14, 5-7...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Keyano-Logo News ReleasesKeyano College and Women Building Futures have partnered for 2020-2021 to bring more skills training to women in Wood Buffalo.
Two new programs will be offered at Keyano College’s Suncor Energy Industrial Campus: Driver & Operator Training, which prepares students to obtain a Class 3 license and operate equipment such as hydrovacs & snow ploughs; and the Journeywoman Start program, which provides introductory training to various construction trades.
Both...

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Posted On Thursday, September 03, 2020

Keyano College is proud to display local artists' work and be a celebration site for Alberta Culture Days.
On September 24-27, in partnership with Arts Council Wood Buffalo, the College’s front lawn will open up to several scheduled walking tours with a variety of pop-up artists featuring dance, music and art, and craft demonstrations that will be added to the Art Gallery’s walking tour.
Each selection will be tagged with a link to hear the artist describe...

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Posted On Friday, August 21, 2020

Keyano-Logo News Releases Keyano College is pleased to announce that it has begun the process of re-entering its buildings after extensive work to restore damages caused by the spring flooding in Fort McMurray. 
The College was heavily impacted by the event, which caused approximately $48 million in damages. Four of the buildings at Clearwater Campus suffered various degrees of damage and all student housing was impacted. Floodwaters also affected the Utility Tunnel at the main campus...

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Posted On Friday, August 21, 2020

M&C-20Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre and Arts Council Wood Buffalo is seeking applications from local artists to display their work during Alberta Culture Days in a unique audio/visual exhibit titled PATHWAYS.
Five visual artists will be selected to have their original 2D or 3D artworks exhibited in the Keyano Art Gallery. An honorarium will be paid to the successful applicants.
Each piece of art displayed will have a link to an audio recording of the artist describing the...

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