Upcoming January events with RDC's School of Creative Arts

Date posted: 
Tue, 01/03/2017
School of Creative Arts - January events

Red Deer College invites central Albertans to come and experience the exciting School of Creative Arts season. RDC’s talented students, instructors, staff and special guests will present the following events throughout the month of January:

Movies Worth Watching Series
Clerks (1994)
January 12 & 14 | Welikoklad Event Centre Cinema | 7:00 pm
$5 | Rating: 18A | 92 mins
The Motion Picture Arts program is pleased to present movie nights on the big screen. This classic low-budget, rudely humorous, 1994 film was the first done by director Kevin Smith. Thursday screenings are licensed events for adults only, with alcoholic beverages available; Saturday screenings are for all audiences.

Les Deux Amis, Classical Guitar Recital
January 15 | Margaret Parsons Theatre, RDC Main Campus | 7:30 pm
This year’s recital includes University of Calgary guitarist, Ralph Maier, and is a mix of guitar duets and solos. The works are by Carulli, Rossini, Berkeley, Koshkin and more.
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Divine Madness: The Films of Paul Boultbee
January 20 & 21 | Welikoklad Event Centre Cinema | 7:00 pm
Free | Not Rated – Violence and Language Warning
Over the past 30 years, Paul Boultbee has given his time and expertise to work with and mentor students and staff of RDC's Theatre and Motion Picture Arts Programs. He has appeared in over 20 of our films, some of which have been award-winning, and many of which have been screened at festivals, cinemas, and television sets around the world! Please join us to celebrate and honour Red Deer's own renaissance actor, Paul Boultbee. 

Naked Frailties 20th  Anniversary Screening
January 27 & 28 | Welikoklad Event Centre Cinema | 7:00 pm
Free | 91 mins
Not Rated – Violence and Language Warning
Twenty years ago Larry Reese, Don Armstrong and Harley Hay had a vision to create a feature film (based on Shakespeare's Macbeth), which would help form the basis of the ground breaking Motion Picture Arts Program at RDC. The film went on to be screened worldwide, and it was a perennial favourite of Canadian television broadcasters for many years to follow. Please join us for the 20th year anniversary gala screening.

For complete details on the 2016-17 season, please visit School of Creative Arts Showtime.

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For additional information contact:

Jason Frizzell
Dean, School of Creative Arts