There were no signs of an economic slump at the 2017 Mayor’s Lunch for Arts Champions, held March 22 at the BMO Centre.
Calgary’s Poet Laureate and a certified poetry fanatic, Micheline Maylor was asked to respond to what she heard at the Creative Calgary Congress.
Impactful and moving, Dancing Parkinson’s YYC gifted participants at the Creative Calgary Congress with a demonstration of a typical class.
I don’t know if there are many cities better than the city we are in right now. We are at a time where it is our responsibility to make the city better.
Lauren Voisin started her company Robots Are Fun when she was eight. It teaches kids how to build robots. The sky is not the limit any more.
Canada really stands apart in the rest of the world and we have a great opportunity to become leaders globally. The arts play a significant part of that.
We need to accelerate our rate of adaptation if we are to be successful in creating a prosperous future for ourselves and our kids.
Look back at the 2016 Creative Calgary Congress and join us as we continue the conversation.
It all started at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world and now this Alberta-shot narrative is ready to make its Calgary debut.