Founder of YYC Burlesque Festival, the incredible Selby Quinn, aka Ruby Demure, expresses and embraces her sexuality in her art.
For Cesar Cala and Marichu Antonio, creative living is just another way of saying complete living—and it matters because it completes us as persons.
Impactful and moving, Dancing Parkinson’s YYC gifted participants at the Creative Calgary Congress with a demonstration of a typical class.
After school playdates occasionally happen in Desere Pressey’s studio allowing her children a chance to splatter, pour, and play while she works.
I don’t know if there are many cities better than the city we are in right now. We are at a time where it is our responsibility to make the city better.
This time on Village Radio, Dave Kelly talks with Colin Way about travel, school, and his road to professional photography.
Tet Millare doesn’t live a creative life. She lives as many of them as she possibly can, simultaneously. All aspects of Millare’s life are infused with creativity.
Lauren Voisin started her company Robots Are Fun when she was eight. It teaches kids how to build robots. The sky is not the limit any more.
Canada really stands apart in the rest of the world and we have a great opportunity to become leaders globally. The arts play a significant part of that.