All posts by Thomas Scott

Thomas Scott was born and raised in Vancouver where he was given a rich experience in the arts thanks to his parents who are both visual artists. He attended Glendon College, York University, and finished a general arts degree. During this time Thomas became an ardent promoter of the electronic music scene in Southern Ontario and was a special events producer and d.j. for over a decade. After going back to University to complete an Honours Degree and Masters in Drama at Guelph University, 2004, Thomas worked freelance as an arts management consultant in New York City and Toronto. In 2006, Thomas moved to Edmonton to take the position as Program Director for Fringe Theatre Adventures for six years. Currently he is working as a professional dj in Edmonton and is an arts and entertainment advocate and promoter. Thomas produces special events as well as The Culture Collective, a music, film and performing arts variety show, with his partner Kris Harvey that focuses on showcasing the very best in emerging talent. Thomas also volunteers his time as Co-Chair with artsScene Edmonton.

The Sissy Fits @ OTR July 1, 2018


The Sissy Fits grace the OTR stage this Canada Day!!!

Known as the Beastie Boys in short shorts, these women bosses have been in the industry since they were pre-teens. Before joining forces, they have all individually toured throughout North America and together, have multiple song placements on TV and on Much Music. In their debut single “Lady Boss” the Sissy Fits blur lush pop harmonies, EDM drops, straight rock-n-roll guitar riffs and hip-hop beats to create their sound.

The Sissy Fits have a lot to say, and giant pink amps to make sure you hear!

OTR is celebrating their return with our Canada Day 151 LIQUORDATION – that’s $3 EVERYTHING!! $3 Highballs, Cocktails, Wine, Shots and RED beer!

Yellow Week Veuve Clicquot 2018


This year, Veuve Clicquot celebrates the 6th anniversary of Canada’s favourite annual Champagne event, Yelloweek! From June 18 to June 24th, discover unique experiences in your city to enjoy Veuve Clicquot! Take part of this unique week and share your photos on Instagram #yelloweek

Telus World of Science Edmonton Dark Matters May 17


DARK MATTERS is an 18+ event, where the science is served on the rocks & the adults come out to play.

How do you stack-up compared to elite athletes and performance artists? Learn what it takes to reach full potential, as you compete with friends in feats of strength, agility, memory, artistry and grace. On your mark… Get set… Go!

For tickets & more information visit

TELUS World of Science Edmonton acknowledges the support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), which invests annually over $1 billion in people, discovery and innovation.

Cette recherche a été financée par le Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG), qui investit chaque année plus d’un milliard de dollars pour soutenir les gens, la découverte et l’innovation.