Destination Art: Explore Edmonton with Kyle Huber

Kyle Huber, a photographer and visual designer, and his friend Tommy Lundberg team up with local Annaliza Toledo, a graffiti artist and muralist, to explore the Edmonton art scene and the Silver Skate Festival. For 28 years, this event has combined sports, heritage, and art into a 10-day extravaganza. Most memorable for Huber is the time spent wandering around the massive ice castles -- art pieces unto themselves -- and the nightly burning of a sculpture. But a close second is Baijiu, Annaliza’s favorite downtown restaurant and cocktail bar, where the flavors, presentation, and atmosphere are all on point.

Edmonton, Alberta, has a cutting-edge art scene that embraces arts of all disciplines. From graffiti, murals, and festivals to avant-garde dining, the creativity knows no bounds. Our advice is to expect the unexpected, and definitely arrive hungry and ready for adventure.

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Destination Canada.

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