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Promotional poster for Dyde House.

Arthur Erickson’s Dyde House

22 March 2024 at 7:00 pm

Dave Barber Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street


Directed by Colin Waugh
2023, Canada, 53 minutes, English

Join moderator Alison Gillmor for a Q and A after the film with Trevor Boddy and filmmaker Max Amerongen.

Nestled among the aspen parkland of Alberta, a hidden masterpiece by one of Canada’s most celebrated architects has been found. Arthur Erickson’s Dyde House is a one hour documentary telling the story of an undiscovered piece of history and the architects fighting for its future.

Sponsored by 1x1 architecture.


The Dave Barber Cinematheque resides in the main floor lobby of Artspace. The main entrances at Arthur St. and King St. have automatic door push triggers. There are 9 to 10 steps from the entrance to the main lobby. The West side entrance of King St. has a wheelchair lift to access the main lobby. The lift measures 54’’ by 37’’ and has a maximum capacity of 340 kg.