Events Calendar

Raising Empathy

Saturday, November 16, 2019 | 2.30-3.30PM & 4.00 – 5.00PM
Humainologie Gallery + Store, 1514 – 7 Street SW | Calgary, Canada

Join Humainologie and Starlings for a family event to engage our kids in artful play, conversation and stories to promote empathy and kindness. Parents will better understand how to encourage empathy to benefit our children, as well as our communities as a whole. (Recommended for children 4 years and up).
Entry by donation. Wheelchair accessible.

Ally Toolkit Conference – Allyship through Understanding

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 | 2.45 – 3.45PM
Telus Convention Centre, Calgary (Room Glen 206)

Join Humainologie CEO, Salima Stanley-Bhanji at the Ally Toolkit Conference, Calgary’s first LGBTQ2S+ ally-ship conference for corporate, healthcare and community professionals. More information at

Waldorf Faire

Saturday, November 23, 2019 | 10AM – 5PM
Calgary Waldorf School ~ 515 Cougar Ridge Drive SW

Come find Humainologie at the Calgary Waldorf School Faire selling a selection of our local Humainologie and Empathy Revolution brand apparel and accessories. Proceeds of our sales help us achieve our mission: Spread empathy. Increase inclusion. Reduce discrimination.

Humainologie Sundays – Empathy and Relationships

Sunday, December 1, 2019 | 12.30 – 1.30PM
Humainologie Gallery + Store, 1514 – 7 Street SW | Calgary, Canada

Humainologie Sundays’ is a non-denominational gathering about connecting with ourselves and others, on things that matter. Join us for a brief introduction followed by a short film, a book share, conversation with others, and moments of silence. The topic for this Sunday is: Empathy and Relationships.
Entry by donation. Wheelchair accessible.

36 Questions

Thursday, December 5, 2019 | 6 – 7.30PM
Humainologie Gallery + Store, 1514 – 7 Street SW | Calgary, Canada

Can the connection between two strangers be accelerated by having them ask each other a specific series of personal questions? In Mandy Len Catron’s Modern Love essay, “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This,” she explains how a series of  36 questions followed by four minutes of eye contact can help us connect with anyone in a deep way. Feel free to bring someone you’re just getting to know and try the experiment together. We will be adapting the exercise enabling participants to connect with two different people (randomly chosen for you, unless you request the conversation partner you have come with) over the course of the evening through a mutual question-answer conversation followed by 2-minutes of silent eye contact. The questions can lead to connection, friendship, love, a deeper understanding of another person, or maybe simply a practice and contemplation of conversation and intimacy between humans.
Entry by donation. Wheelchair accessible.

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Everyday, all the time, we are all playing key roles in our corners of the world. A moment of eye contact, a smile, an extra question like "so how are you?", a pause to hold the door open, a few words to validate how someone is feeling...there are things we can do all the time to remind each other we belong, we are valued, we are part of this great and diverse human family. Tell us about something small or big that you did, or that happened to you, where the result was a sense of connection, belonging, or the recognition of our shared humanity.

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