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The Alberta Jubilee Auditoria are both owned by the Government of Alberta and operated in partnership with the provincial departments of Infrastructure and Alberta Culture and Tourism. In Edmonton, the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium is situated adjacent to the University of Alberta. A twin facility, the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, is located in Calgary adjacent to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
In 2004, an extensive renovation was undertaken to revitalize these community icons. Improvements focused on patron comfort and performance enhancements including acoustics, seating, climate control, and more. The venue has a new look, yet has maintained its historic charm. The facilities were reopened in September, 2005 to commemorate Alberta’s 100th anniversary.
The Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society
The Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society (also referred to as the "Jubilee Society") is a not-for-profit organization that emphasize on extraordinary patron services, and fostering cultural development in both Edmonton and Calgary facilities. The Jubilee Society is led by a Board of Directors with representatives from across Alberta. As volunteers from the community, Board members work for the betterment of the Jubilee and strive to promote the importance of art and culture.
To engage, excite and celebrate community and cultural spirit through Alberta’s Jubilee Auditoria.
To provide extraordinary experiences worthy of premier cultural and community facilities through superior Front of House services, community engagement programming, and stage-labour.
Our Operating Values
The Jubilee Society values safety, community culture, our people and service excellence. Its role with in the communities is a direct link to cultural spirit and economic impact.
Note: The Jubilee Society Operating Values are the foundation of our Society - They guide our behaviours and set the standard for how all employees are expected to perform their work on a day to day basis.
The Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Foundation
The Alberta Jubilee Auditoria established a charitable Foundation in 2001. The Foundation exists to provide members of the public, corporations and other charitable organizations the opportunity to provide legacy gifts or other donations. Donations are used to further the development of the facilities and help fund education and community engagement programming.