You want your event to be perfect.
Whether you are planning a special meeting, a media launch for 180, a Speakers’ Panel or a trendy evening function for 30, CKUA is the ideal setting for your event. Contact Karen Howell at 780-428-2025 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
With its soaring windows to the north and the stylish sound absorbent wall to the south, the CKUA Performance Space is both chic and multi-functional.
Wired for your technical needs and adaptable to any configuration, this striking space was designed to engage the public and the surrounding arts community. Its grand atmosphere is enhanced by the glass doors at the back of the room, facing the park to the west. The main entrance is through the front lobby, home to the ATB Branch for Arts and Culture. We also provide a green room, a catering kitchen and accessible washrooms.
Capacity: 182 standing, 143 with tables and chairs, 113 beverage & dining
Square Footage: 2343
Rental Rates (less 20% for non-profits)
- Full Day $1300
- Half Day $700
- Hourly $200
- Acoustically optimized
- Drop-down wall screen
- Access to main floor washrooms
- Access to green room
- Access to catering kitchen
- Load-in via Shoctor Alley or Jasper Avenue
Robert Rosen Board Room (Fifth Floor)
Bright windows and bright minds – CKUA’s elegant rooftop boardroom brings a fresh perspective to your next meeting. The space offers a vibrant, open atmosphere, ready for two to twenty. All you need to supply is the creativity and the productivity will flow.
Square Footage: 223
Rental Rates: (less 20% for non-profits)
- Full Day $325
- Half Day $175
- Hourly $50
- Abundant natural lighting through rooftop windows
- Complimentary WiFi
- Access to washrooms
Wine and dine your guests:
Easy and convenient access:
By foot: we’re at 9804 Jasper Avenue, across the street from the SHAW conference centre.
By transit: there are six bus stops within one block, and the Churchill LRT station is close by.
By car: options include underground parking at Canada Place, a surface lot across the street, and more.
Originally built in 1903, the Alberta Hotel with its distinctive turret was taken apart in the mid ‘80s to make way for Canada Place, but all the bricks, sandstone blocks, turret and other architectural remnants of the building were numbered and stored. The original tavern, including vintage fixtures, was also rebuilt and is now home to the celebrated Revel Bistro & Bar.