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Femme Wave Visual Art

Femme Wave’s 2016 Visual Arts Programming will explore the theme of what a femme identity can mean. Deadline for submissions is October 8, 2016.

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Manager Fund Development

The Development Manager is responsible for strategic planning and implementation of all aspects of Calgary Opera’s giving programs.

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Social Practice Workshop

Calgary artists are invited to apply for this workshop series with internationally renowned social practice artists Alfredo Jaar and Jeanne van Heeswijk.

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Art Vault Gallery

ACAD is welcoming artists and/or artist collectives to submit works for consideration in a fall exhibition at ATB’s Stephen Avenue Centre Art Vault Gallery.

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Finding Coyote

Eric Moschopedis and Mia Rushton are excited to present Finding Coyote: A Lecture by Shelley Alexander as part of the Open AiR program.

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Mixed Media art class Wildflower Arts Centre

Mixed Media Art Class

Explore the fundamentals of mixed media art-making with a variety of intriguing materials such as found objects, imagery, text, maps, papers and ephemera.

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Janey's Passions

Art Class

Art is a process of playing and creating. Learn how to approach art from drawing to other mediums like watercolour and ink, oil pastel, acrylic and clay.

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Janey's Passions

Caricature Artist

Include a one-of-a-kind caricature services at your next event! A black and white caricature takes only six minutes!

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