We’re Hiring

Join our team! Calgary Arts Development is recruiting for a full-time Public Art Engagement Specialist position. Apply by September 9, 2022 for best consideration.

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Shaw Pride Marches On

Shaw sought the participation of four LGBTQ2S+ or BIPOC artists or artist teams with public art experience to create four temporary art mural installations. Congratulations to the artists selected.

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Watch the 2021 Report to Community

Missed attending our Report to Community in person? Watch a video recording detailing our arts activities in 2021 and looking ahead to what’s next, presented by President & CEO Patti Pon.

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Call to Artists: Centre City Banners

Calgary Arts Development and The City of Calgary invite artists to apply to design banner artworks to be installed on streetlight poles on six bridges and streets in the downtown area.

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Accountability + Impact Report 2021

What did the year 2021 ask of us? With another challenging year behind us, the city continues to recover from the pandemic. Read what we’ve learned about artists and arts organizations during 2021.

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2022 Celebration for the Arts

Join Mayor Jyoti Gondek and Calgary’s arts and business leaders on November 4, 2022 to connect with old and new friends, enjoy a showcase of performances by Calgary artists, and celebrate outstanding achievement in the arts.

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Summer Office Hours

Calgary Arts Development will be closed on Fridays throughout July and August starting Friday, July 1 for Canada Day, as well as on Monday, August 1 for Heritage Day.

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You’re Invited: Report to Community

Join us for a report of our arts activities in 2021, a community conversation about why the arts matter and where we are now, and an opportunity to meet some of our staff.

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