Salena Kitteringham

Salena Kitteringham
Salena Kitteringham (‘00 BA) is Curious Arts co-founder. Lover of dance, modern furniture, Mad Men on the screen and black coffee in her cup, Salena is the fine arts communications lead for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta and dance writer for the Edmonton Journal. Chatting with artists and writing about their work is a passion. She’s enjoyed working with Edmonton’s arts community for more than a decade, with previous stints in the U of A's Department of Drama, at arts marketing firm Bottom Line Productions, the Citadel Theatre and the late but great See Magazine. Mom to two beautiful boys, Salena spends a great deal of time with her husband Jonathan cheering in hockey rinks.
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Award-winning Edmonton visual artist leads collective mask-making workshop at Robertson-Wesley United Church Visual artist Elsa Robinson (’13 BA, Art & Design) typically creates paintings and...
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U of A Drama instructor presents at TEDxUAlberta For its inaugural conference, TEDxUAlberta has pulled together a dynamic roster of inspiring speakers and performers. The...
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U of A Drama’s props master wins 2016 SkirtsAFire wearable art design contest Skirt of Armour made by Jane Kline, a glistening gold and silver...

U of A welcomes international artists for their first public performances in Western Canada The work of British choreographer Jonathan Burrows and Italian composer Matteo...
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Veteran director imparts wisdom to emerging Canadian theatre artists The University of Alberta’s Department of Drama welcomed Marti Maraden, one of Canada’s most sought-after directors,...

Four times the reasons to go see a play To see a play move off the page and onto the stage in front of an...
Trio Voce: Marina Hoover, Jasmine Lin and Patricia Tao.

To play great work that thrills the audience — that’s always the goal for Trio Voce, a spectacular piano trio. All three members, pianist Patricia...

The catalogue of 19th century violinists is so extensive that U of A violinist Guillaume Tardif is serving up a second helping. Following up on...

The early weeks of 2016 are jam-packed with UAlberta shows but I wanted to make sure we give 2015 a much deserved round of...

UAlberta Art & Design faculty members reflect on what they give and receive from students When students, staff and faculty return to the University of...