CJSW has built a key niche in the community by representing an underground culture and has become a hub for Calgary’s local music and arts.
Can organizations live a creative life, the same way people do? Andre Mamprin thinks so. After all, he’s one of the co-founders of The Next Institute.
Alanna Martineau went to school in San Diego, but when it came time to set up shop all it took was a couple musicians to convince her to do so here.
Calgary’s oldest film festival gears up to celebrate 25 years of celluloid and you are invited to take part—submit now to be part of this landmark year.
When you think of digital innovation hubs, most folks still don’t think of Calgary, and Kris Hans is working to change that perspective.
When Salimah Kassam set out to discover innovative strategies to talk about poverty reduction, she returned to her theatre roots.
There’s no other sound like the clatter of a typewriter. Add to it the sounds of Stephen Avenue and you have the perfect afternoon.
Kate Letizia was a graduate student when she discovered that marginalized people everywhere share a common occupation.
Stephanie Fowler uses urban sketching to live a creative life. She created this piece sitting on the CTrain platform on Parade Day.