Calgary Herald - The third annual Famous 5 Fundraiser-A Taste of Famous 5- was held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts and was again a sold-out affair with more than 300 guests in attendance. Click to read the full coverage from Calgary social journalist Bill Brooks.
Calgary - To commemorate Persons Day 2016, Global experience design agency Critical Mass worked with the Famous 5 Foundation to make the struggle for gender equality resonant and relevant for a young, digital audience.
Calgary – All around the world today people are celebrating International Women’s Day. It’s a time to reflect on what we’ve done, and what still needs to be done. In that spirit of progress and equality, the Famous 5 Foundation in Calgary is supporting women and girls everywhere with their own twist on the International Women’s Day #PledgeForParity.
Calgary – Award-winning broadcast journalist Lisa LaFlamme will share stories with a Calgary audience about her career which has put her at the centre of some of the biggest news stories of the past two decades.
Applied Arts - With a new binaural audio experience by Critical Mass, you can travel 90 years back in time to listen to a riveting conversation between Canada’s most notable suffragette leaders — and feel like you are in the room.
Strategy Online - The Famous Five Foundation and Critical Mass team up to let people hear one of history's most important conversations.
Global News Calgary - The Famous Five Foundation partnered with a Calgary design agency to create an audio experience to those visiting the famous five statues. It’s intended to take listeners back to the pink tea conversation. Global’s Jill Croteau reports.
Calgary – The Famous 5 Foundation and Critical Mass have created an immersive audio experience using state-of-the-art binaural technology to transport at-home listeners back in time to a legendary “Pink Tea” conversation.
Calgary Herald - The Famous 5 Gala on November 1 "proved the perfect pairing between the Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance and the foundation."
Calgary - Award-winning broadcast journalist Lis Travers will share stories with a Calgary audience in February on the adrenalin rush that comes with putting a daily television news magazine show together.