Calgary Arts Development invited a number of experienced arts leaders to participate as note-takers and synthesizers at the Creative Calgary Congress.
What happens when creativity meets graduate business students? A rebranding of the word creativity, for starters.
Sam Hester has the ability to capture key moments and insights of any event and communicate them in a meaningful way through her graphic recordings.
As a creative way of gathering feedback, participants were asked to share questions, reflections, and inspirations on the clothesline.
We live in the midst of the largest change in technology in human history. All of the rules of the game have changed.
Sharon Stevens and Kenna Burima ask the Creative Calgary Congress to consider how the arts bring the public together to experience greater connection.
Michele Decottignies and Jenna Rodgers consider what it takes to move from individual empowerment to collective impact through cross-cultural solidarity.
Cowboy Smithx and Rio Mitchell share their knowledge on storytelling and story-listening at the Creative Calgary Congress.
Col Cseke and Elaine Lee ask the Creative Calgary Congress to consider what happens when we focus on actions rather than conversation.