Calgary Central Library (left, photo credit Calgary Municipal Land Corporation) & Studio Bell National Music Centre (right, photo credit Bitterminn Photography)

Conference Venue

This year’s conference will be split between two neighbouring iconic Calgary venues, Calgary’s Central Library (Thursday) & Studio Bell National Music Centre (Friday). 

Calgary Central Library (photo credit Calgary Municipal Land Corporation)

Calgary Central Library (photo credit Calgary Central Library website)

The new Calgary Central Library is located at 800 3 Street SE, directly east of City Hall. It opened November 2018 and was amongst Time Magazine’s 2019 list of world’s greatest places to visit. In its first seven months, more than 1 million people visited.

Studio Bell (photo credit Bitterminn Photography)

Studio Bell (photo credit Bitterminn Photography)

Located across the street from the Central Library, Studio Bell is Canada’s iconic National Music Centre. It was built to preserve and celebrate Canada’s music story and inspire a new generation of music lovers through programming that includes on-site and outreach education programs, performances, artist incubation, and exhibitions. 

Both buildings will offer conference participants and visitors, alike, truly unique architectural and cultural experiences in the hub of Calgary’s business industry and trendy East Village.

Tel: +1 403 329 2151
Fax: +1 403 329 2038
E-mail: gcet21@uleth.ca

4401 University Dr W
Lethbridge, AB, T1K 3M4

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Tel: +1 403 329 2151
Fax: +1 403 329 2038
E-mail: gcet21@uleth.ca

4401 University Dr W
Lethbridge, AB, T1K 3M4

© 2020 Dhillon School of Business | uLethbridge.ca/Dhillon