For Patti Derbyshire the question is wrong. Sitting outside Amato Gelato, on Kensington Road in Calgary, I ask her if she lives a creative life.
Can organizations live a creative life, the same way people do? Andre Mamprin thinks so. After all, he’s one of the co-founders of The Next Institute.
Alanna Martineau went to school in San Diego, but when it came time to set up shop all it took was a couple musicians to convince her to do so here.
When you think of digital innovation hubs, most folks still don’t think of Calgary, and Kris Hans is working to change that perspective.
When Salimah Kassam set out to discover innovative strategies to talk about poverty reduction, she returned to her theatre roots.
Kate Letizia was a graduate student when she discovered that marginalized people everywhere share a common occupation.
Living in Calgary allows Inouk Touzin to be creative all the time—making him happy and fulfilled—and he believes everyone should do the same.
Sam Hester is so creative, she can transform a concussion into an imagination opportunity and a chance to focus on her own creative projects.
According to Rick Thomas, one of a city’s greatest strengths lies in the collective ideas of its residents—and great cities find innovative ways to tap into that.