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.
Living in Calgary allows Inouk Touzin to be creative all the time—making him happy and fulfilled—and he believes everyone should do the same.
Alabanza, alabanza. Sung strong and proud, those few powerful words echoed the end of a life changing experience for a group of Alberta teens this week.
Sam Hester is so creative, she can transform a concussion into an imagination opportunity and a chance to focus on her own creative projects.
Led by Iiniistsi Treaty Arts Society, the inaugural Artsdance focused on making Calgary a more inclusive, creative and connected place for all.
According to Rick Thomas, one of a city’s greatest strengths lies in the collective ideas of its residents—and great cities find innovative ways to tap into that.