Jube School

Jube School


Jube School provides opportunities for students and teachers to explore one of Calgary’s cultural hubs, the Jubilee Auditorium.  By collaborating with experts in the performing arts, teachers are able to personalize the week on site for students to be engaged, inspired, and amazed.  Through critical thinking and problem solving, students are able to engage in the creative process with endless possibilities of discovery.

The Jubilee Auditoria is celebrating 60 years of bringing Albertans together, by providing a place of celebration where community spirit and cultural enrichment thrive.

Ideas for inspiration could include:

  • Uncovering the variety of perspectives that shape culture and influence community
  • Storytelling through dance, drama, and the performing arts
  • Exploring light and shadows
  • Examining the role of arts and culture in our community and globally
  • Discovering the variety of ways that one can express themselves through artistic endeavors



Karen Youngberg

As the Cultural Development Specialist for the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Karen is responsible for creating programs that educate, inspire and engage our community. Driven by both her commitment to education and her passion for the arts, she is a dynamic contributor to the CC/OM school program, opening the doors of ‘The Jube’ to Calgary students for a week of hands-on critical learning rooted in creative expression. Collaborative with a remarkable ability to inspire others, Karen believes that everyone should have the opportunity to experience (and ideally create!) live theatre, music, dance and visual arts, and the joy they each give.

Phone: 403.297.8000
Email: Karen.Youngberg@gov.ab.ca​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​






Southern Jubilee Auditorium​

1415 14 Ave NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 1M4