From March 8 to April 27, Rosebud Theatre is hosting a silent auction featuring the artwork of five prominent Calgary artists – Audrey Mabee, William Duma, Joan Sveen, Mychael Maier, and Ernie Klassen.
Donate to help us reach $10,000.
Fall Colour with Clouds
16” x 12” Framed
Current Bid: $700
The Long Road Home
16" x 12” Framed
Current Bid: $400
Good Place to be a Cowboy
24” x 20” Framed
Opening Bid: $300
Flesh Tone Iris
10” x 20”
Current Bid: $420
20” x 16”
Current Bid: $550
After the war, the Alberta Pacific Grain Company planned to demolish a large grain bin but it was saved by a committee of townspeople and farmers for use as a hall. It was cut in two and moved up from the tracks to its present site and later became the Rosebud Opera House.
The south half of the Haskayne-Kenney Mercantile was originally was a general store selling fruit and vegetables, butchered meat, hardware, clothing, dry goods, sewing supplies and patent medicines. It was known as the Rosebud Mercantile Co. Store and opened in 1918. Rosebud Centre of the Arts expanded the building in 2010.
In 1922, built by a joint effort of many denominational backgrounds, what is now the Akokiniskway Gallery opened its doors as a Presbyterian Church. Later, in 1925, the Rosebud Church became a member of the newly formed United Church of Canada. It closed it’s doors as a church in 1972 and is now used as a performance space, an art gallery and a recording studio.
Built in 1913, the Rosebud Hotel was originally built to accommodate land seekers passing through Rosebud. In the 1970’s, Rosebud Fellowship bought the building to use for classrooms and a dormitory. Today, the Hotel is used as the Administration Offices for Rosebud Centre of the Arts.
Help us maintain these precious buildings by bidding on an item or donating.