The Hispanic Arts Society is a non-profit organization founded on June 26, 1987, that aims to promote, develop, and showcase Hispanic arts and culture in Calgary and beyond. The Society aims to create a space for cultural exchange and understanding through events and initiatives in the city of Calgary.

1st Dia de Muertos 2019 by Hispanic Arts Society in Calgary


Artistry of the Afro-Latin Drumming and Dancing (Hispanic Arts Society) 2023

Artistry of the Afro-Latin Drumming & Dancing

The Hispanic Arts Society is delighted to announce that our much-anticipated event, “Artistry of Afro-Latin Drumming and Dancing,” will shine as a prominent highlight of the Alberta Culture Days celebration in Calgary. This cultural extravaganza promises to bring the heartbeats of Venezuela, Colombia, and Cuba to life, taking place over three unforgettable days: Venezuela on September 27, Colombia on September 28, and Cuba on September 29, all hosted at the prestigious Festival Hall, located at 1215 10 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0W6.

Read More »
Ballet Hispánico Doña Perón

Ballet Hispánico in Doña Perón

Prepare to be captivated by the dance and drama as the Hispanic Arts Society partners once again with Alberta Ballet to promote Ballet Hispánico’s “Doña Perón.” Join us for the opening night on September 14th for a night of extraordinary storytelling through dance.

Read More »
Resilience Art Project - Sculptures May 2023

Resilience Art Project Sculptures Now Grace Jamieson Place’s Winter Garden!

Experience the Resilience Art Project’s Sculptures at Jamieson Place’s Winter Garden until September 29, 2023!

Discover the transformative power of art as the Resilience Art Project’s stunning sculptures find their new temporary home at Calgary’s Jamieson Place’s Winter Garden. Immerse yourself in an atmosphere that encourages reflection and contemplation, celebrating the resilience of the human spirit. Don’t miss this captivating exhibition, available until September 29, 2023. Explore more and plan your visit today!

Read More »

The Power of Resilience: Hispanic Arts Society’s Sculptures on Display at Calgary Municipal Building

We are excited to announce that the Resilience Art Project’s sculptures will be exhibited at the Calgary Municipal Building from May 1 to May 5. This exhibition will allow the public to experience the transformative power of art and discover the unique perspectives and experiences of the five visual artists selected by the international and local jurors to paint the sculptures.

Read More »
Jurors of the Resilience Art Project

Meet the Jurors of the Resilience Art Project

The Resilience Art Project is set to unveil five stunning sculptures created by a diverse group of visual artists from Alberta. These artists were carefully selected by a distinguished panel of jurors comprising Sanja Lukac, Juan Carlos López, and Richard White.

Read More »
Scroll to Top