Revv52's Inside the Wall of Sound. Photo: Doug Wong, courtesy Revv52
A group of children laugh along during a performance. Photo: Kelly Hofer, courtesy of Calgary International Children’s Festival
Artstrek 2014 Exploration III. Photo: Sui-Fan Wong, courtesy Theatre Alberta
Chris Millar's 370H55V on display at Glenbow. Photo: Kelly Hofer, courtesy Tourism Calgary
Inside written and directed by Daniel MacIvor. Photo: Benjamin Laird Arts & Photo, courtesy of the University of Calgary's School of Creative and Performing Arts

Living a Creative Life

lclLiving a Creative Life is an arts development strategy for Calgary, by Calgarians. Learn more about the strategy and how you can get involved.

Arts in Action YYC

Our online report, Arts in Action YYC, captures stories and data about how arts build a city. Read and share at

Chamber Initiative

Artists in the Workplace connects businesses who have extra room with artists seeking space to work.
Learn more.

Call for Volunteers for the Public Art Board

Calgary Arts Development is pleased to share the following message on behalf of the The City of Calgary.

Get involved! It’s your City.

Volunteer for The City of Calgary’s Public Art Board. Promote awareness of art in The City and act as a resource to City Council on all public art matters.

Please see for more information on committee eligibility, length of term, meeting times and how to apply.

Apply by June 30, 2016.

Artists in the Workplace: Available Spaces

Calgary Arts Development invites artists/arts organizations to submit Expression of Interest proposals regarding a number of available spaces as part of the Artists in the Workplace initiative.

Click on the links above to see if one of these opportunities is right for you/your arts organization.

Deadline: Expressions of Interest will be accepted on an ongoing basis.

Learn more about Artists in the Workplace

Assessor Nomination: 2016 Granting Programs

Calgary Arts Development is seeking artists, arts workers and community members to serve as assessors for our 2016 granting programs.

You may nominate yourself or another individual. By completing the form below, you are certifying that the nominee is aware of his or her nomination and has agreed to be contacted by Calgary Arts Development.

Levels of commitment vary from program to program. Assessors will be expected to consider applications, meet with peers and Calgary Arts Development staff, and contribute to thoughtful conversations around the arts.

Questions regarding the assessment process can be directed to or 403.476.2031.

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