Calgary Arts Development is responsible for establishing grants investment programs for capital projects, organizations’ annual operations, individual artists, and other purposes that strengthen Calgary’s arts sector. Read our Accountability Report.
The Operating Grant Program provides stable, predictable funding to arts organizations in Calgary.
Applicants may apply for up to $50,000 to support initiatives which contribute to the resiliency of the arts sector through...
This program is intended to provide one-time project funding to individual artists and artistic collectives in Calgary who pursue a...
The Original Peoples Investment Program supports the preservation and revitalization of First Nation/Métis/Inuit art through arts-based projects and activities.
Applications are now open for the second intake of the Resiliency Fund. Be sure to submit your application via the online grant interface before October 19, 2020.
RISE UP Weekend is bringing you the festival programming you have been missing. Tickets are now on sale for this live concert event in support of Calgary’s live music community.
What's it like to be an artist, arts professional or arts educator in Calgary? Add your voice by October 9, 2020.
In May 2020, Calgary Arts Development undertook a survey of arts organizations in Calgary to better understand and plan for the COVID-19 disruption to the arts, culture, and creative industries.
Increasing efficiency and security while saving paper, Calgary Arts Development's Grants Coordinator Van Chu breaks down this important community investment tool. Learn about DocuSign and how we use it.
Applications are now open for the first intake of the Resiliency Fund. Be sure to submit your application via the online grant interface before September 14, 2020.
With Calgary working hard to help flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19, the local arts community is making sure we all stay connected to art, artists, and creative ideas. Check back regularly as this round up will be updated with more online offerings.
Emmanuel Ho is an animator and experimental filmmaker based out of Calgary. His describes himself as a bit of a "discovery" artist.
Marking the month-long celebration with Minister Leela Aheer and MLA RJ Sigurdson, Lanre Ajayi swung by Leighton Art Centre to chat.
Kara Bullock is a movement-based artist of Filipina and German heritage. She is developing a solo work about boy bands this fall.
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Calgary Arts Development’s arts space activities include seeking opportunities for arts space creation with community stakeholders and The City of Calgary as well as gathering and sharing knowledge and expertise.
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