Mii-Sum-In-Iskum (Long Time Buffalo Rock) is a queer, Indigenous, disabled, and MAD artist from the Kainai Blackfoot Reserve in Southern Alberta.
Having coffee with Richard White is like signing up for a graduate studies class, where you’re the only student. The subject? Invariably, it is the way we design cities.
Dave Kelly sits down with lifestyle blogger Ryan Massel to talk about the life of blogging, television appearances, and living a creative life.
What’s the opposite of a loneliness epidemic? In Calgary, it just might be the Creative Aging Calgary Society, an organization that gets seniors creatively engaged.
A smash up of art, science, and engineering, Beakerhead is a Calgary-based registered charity that focuses on advancing education to spark innovation.
Community art facilitator Wendy Lees likes to use recycled or re-purposed materials as much as possible and can be found creating outside the Central Library.
Turning Calgary into an epicentre of Indigenous fashion design, Otahpiaaki features young designers and artists who are transforming Indigenous designs into couture.
Chantal Chagnon has always lived a creative life. The Calgary-based Cree Ojibwe Métis singer, drummer, artist, and activist even has it in the name of her business.
Coming off a successful bull ball and rocket pop flavoured cask for this year’s Village NUTRaiser, tune in as Julie Van Rosendaal shares her inspiration.