Tips to improve your smartphone event photos

Communications Specialist Aaron Chatha shares his tips and tricks on how to take the best photos at events with just a mobile phone. See what he has to say in this fieldnote.

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Scamalot

With fraud, scamming, and phishing on the rise, Calgary Arts Development’s Website Coordinator Nick Heazell shares some of the pitfalls surrounding your digital safety in this fieldnote.

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Getting the Word Out

Trying to organize an event is complicated—to say the least—even in the best of times. With things changing all the time thanks to the pandemic, it’s even more important to keep your audiences updated these days.

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Reflections from 2020

Summer Data Entry Clerk Haider Ali reflects on his directories and research work with Calgary Arts Development and shares some thoughts on Calgary’s anti-racism efforts this year.

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Directories, Directories, Directories

Back in 2019 we began to expand our website with directories. Calgary Arts Development’s Database Coordinator shares a bit of the ongoing process.

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Improving Online Accessibility

While we are constantly making improvements to our own online presence, Calgary Arts Development’s Content Manager breaks down some of the accessibility tweaks we have already made.

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Let’s Talk Graphics

Calgary Arts Development’s Website Coordinator Nick Heazell shares some of the pitfalls that can happen with digital images and even provides some resources to help you submit your content.

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YYC What’s On

Launched just last week, YYC What’s On is a simplified, searchable, and free events calendar highlighting Calgary arts and culture events. And getting your event included is simple—we just need to know all the details! 

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Sharing Your Events

You’ve spent time planning, you’ve got all of the details for your arts event in place, now you just have to get the word out to ensure people attend! Our What’s On In Calgary page is a great place to start.

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