Drum circle at GlobalFest. Photo: Mathieu Young.
Children at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks. Photo: Trudie Lee.
CLOUD by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett. Photo: Doug Wong
Mural at artBOX on 17E. Photo: Jordan Baylon.
Visitors at Glenbow Museum. Photo: Glenbow Museum

Living a Creative Life

lclLiving a Creative Life is an arts development strategy for Calgary, by Calgarians. Learn more and show your support by endorsing the strategy.

New Pathways

New Pathways for the Arts for Calgary is a new program for not-for-profit organizations that do arts-based work. Learn more and apply by December 9, 2014.

Artist Awards

Nominate an outstanding Calgary artist for a Cultural Leader Legacy Artist Award by November 21, 2014. Learn more at MayorsLunch.com/Awards.

Applications Open: New Pathways for the Arts

Calgary Arts Development and EmcArts are pleased to introduce New Pathways for the Arts for Calgary, a new program for not-for-profit organizations that do arts-based work in Calgary and surrounding communities.

New Pathways is a three-year program that will develop a learning community of up to 20 not-for-profit organizations that undertake artistic work or programs. Based on EmcArts’ successful work with not-for-profit arts organizations around the United States, New Pathways is a carefully crafted local response to the specific and urgent needs of arts organizations.

Save the Date: Mayor's Lunch for Arts Champions

Calgary Arts Development, in conjunction with The Office of the Mayor, is pleased to announce the 2015 Mayor's Lunch for Arts Champions.

Mayor's Lunch for Arts Champions
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Palomino Ballroom, BMO Centre, Stampede Park (1410 Olympic Way SE)

Join us as we celebrate the transformative power of the arts in our city, expanding the circle of arts champions and building momentum for the future. The event will also announce the winners of the 2015 Cultural Leaders Legacy Artist Awards.

Remarkable Experience Accelerator Program Renewed

Calgary Arts Development is pleased to announce that it will be renewing the Remarkable Experience Accelerator program in partnership with the Calgary Hotel Association. Starting in 2015 and running through 2017, the $1.2 million program will invest in remarkable cultural experiences that attract the attention of Calgarians and visitors alike. This unique funding model will nurture relationships with applicants that demonstrate a proven track record, sufficient capacity and a readiness to accelerate the experiences of their audiences.

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