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April May 2019

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40 | Ignitemag.ca | April | May 2019 Overview: Book the cool and spacious patio on the fourth floor of Studio Bell, the home of the National Music Centre, the city's stunning performance hall, recording facility and broadcast studio. Atmosphere: Casual camaraderie Details: Studio Bell was built around the historic King Eddy Hotel, the glazed exterior tiling providing a smooth backdrop for the 2,500-sq.-ft. space. The patio suits 140 for dinner or 200 for receptions, with the adjacent Terrace Commons indoor area holding an extra 60 people reception-style. View: The south-facing view is of Stampede Park. studiobell.ca Overview: The Rooftop Sculpture Garden features a reflecting pool and sculptures from the WAG's permanent collection. Atmosphere: '70s simplicity Details: Available year-round, the expansive roof has a capacity of 200 people seated theatre-style, and the same number for receptions. This is big-sky country, with nature often creating a dramatic backdrop. Garden rental includes the Penthouse Lobby. View: Views north, east and west include the heritage Beaux-arts Hudson's Bay building, built in 1926. wag.ca Winnipeg STUDIO BELL Calgary Rub shoulders in style at one of these splendid venues, just right for corporate events and cocktail parties with a view by Doug Wallace Overview: This turn-of-the-century former provincial courthouse sports a fourth-floor function room and rooftop combo. Atmosphere: Stately grandeur Details: The combined square footage of the indoor/outdoor spaces at Western Canada's largest art museum is 3,300 sq. ft. with a capacity of 150 for dining, 225 for receptions. The Vancouver skyline is recreated in hand-carved sliding doors by Arnim Rodeck. The soaring domed foyer and twin marble staircases on the main floor lend a formal impact. View: Busy Robson Square, the epicentre of downtown. vanartgallery.bc.ca VANCOUVER ART GALLERY Vancouver ROOFTOP

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