Artist and digital luthier Alexandre Burton’s interest in new media stems from a desire to reveal new forms of expressivity through digital processes.
Born Alexis Puentes in Artemisa, Cuba, Alex was immersed in music at a very young age as in fact, it was the “family” business, as his father is respected guitarist and teacher Valentin Puentes.
Alex Hartley is a UK based artist working primarily with photography, sculpture, and architectural installation. His work addresses complicated and sometimes contradictory a
Alex Klein made his solo orchestral debut at age 10. He won first prize in the first Lucarelli International Competition for Solo Oboe Players, held at Carnegie Hall.
Alexander Malikov began studying piano at the age of seven in Russia and continued his lessons at the Mount Royal Conservatory in Calgary with Dmitry Nesterov.
Alexander Neef, appointed General Director of the Canadian Opera Company in June 2008, has worked with some of the most prestigious arts organizations in the world.
Polzin’s sculptures and paintings can be seen in public spaces and galleries worldwide: Berlin, Bucharest, Jerusalem, New York, Los Angeles and Paris.
Alexandra Fuller has written five books of non-fiction.
Lexi joined the Indigenous Leadership and Management team as the Personal Learning Advisor in 2012. In 2015, she shifted roles to become a Project Lead within the Peter Lougheed Leadership Programs.
Alice Lee began playing violin at the age of five in Victoria, B.C.
Alison Pick is the author of the best-selling memoir Between Gods, short-listed for the $40,000 BC Award for Non-Fiction and a Top Book of 2014 at the Globe and Mail and CBC Books.
After 10 years in the hotel business, Alvin Fontanilla was looking to try out the Canadian culture - and climate.
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