This Forest Lawn-based arts company uses the tools of creativity to stitch together a community out of a lot of young people who may feel alone.
How do you grow a community out of a world full of different ones? For Action Dignity, it means working with more than 70 different cultural communities.
The tone of the articles told one story. The data told another. The Calgary Film Centre generated $178 million in spinoff economic activity in 2017 alone.
How do you connect a museum to its community? That’s the question the people who run Lougheed House ask a lot these days.
Growing up in Morley, Jarret Tymen (Twoyoungmen) loved to watch movies with his dad. He wasn’t the only kid in Morley who did, either.
What’s the opposite of a loneliness epidemic? In Calgary, it just might be the Creative Aging Calgary Society, an organization that gets seniors creatively engaged.
Turning Calgary into an epicentre of Indigenous fashion design, Otahpiaaki features young designers and artists who are transforming Indigenous designs into couture.
In 2015, Kaely Cormack and Hayley Muir took a look around Calgary’s punk music scene. The view lacked something.