Kid and Teen Programs

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Kid and Teen Programs

This January, join Contemporary Calgary and Antyx Community Arts for Contemporary Kids / Contemporary Teen programs inspired by our current exhibitions Chitra Ganesh: Astral Dance & Human Capital. 

Contemporary Teens

Our Contemporary Teens programs help inspire young people through the exploration of contemporary art, connecting them to communal, global and social issues that affect all of our lives.

Dates: January 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2023
Ages: For youth ages 12 – 18
Capacity: Maximum group of 30 teens
Cost: Free with registration

Snacks and workshop supplies will be provided.

Contemporary Kids

Our  Contemporary Kids programs invite children to learn about modern and contemporary art through unique and engaging art activities.

Dates: January 8, 15 & 22, 2023
For children ages 4-12
Maximum group of 30 children, with one guardian per child.
Cost: Free with registration

Snacks and workshop supplies will be provided.

For more information and to register visit

About Antyx

Antyx works in communities across Calgary. Antyx community arts projects can have a neighbourhood focus or they may be focused on addressing community-identified issues. Arts are used in development processes to build community capacity and to creatively and critically engage people in processes that address important community issues.

Their work has a focus on engaging youth in their communities, school and neighbourhoods.

Antyx uses the arts to engage youth and spark their curiosity and commitment. Community arts projects provide opportunities for youth to make tangible contributions to their community and be recognized for those contributions. The arts open the door to self-reflection and self-expression, allowing youth to explore who they are and their place in the world.

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