Edmonton Arts Council

The Edmonton Arts Council is a not-for-profit society and charitable organization that supports and promotes the arts community in Edmonton.

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Read today’s EAC Weekly newsletter for this...
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Read today’s EAC Weekly newsletter for this weekend’s event highlights, job opportunities at Citadel Theatre, Winspear Centre and Latitude 53 and more!http://bit.ly/2tpibUC
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Royden Mills’s Resonant Progression Recognized for Excellence by Americans for the Arts
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(Potential - first sculpture of the Resonant Progression installation in Terwillegar Park ~ photo, Royden Mills)Americans for the Arts today honored 49 outstanding public arts projects created in 2017 through the Public Art Network Year in Review program, the only national program that specifical...
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Public Art Monthly - June 2018
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The June 2018 edition of EAC’s Public Art Monthly is out!Read about: Mary Anne Barkhouse & her installation Reign at ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞; attend the Paul Kane Park Grand Opening and see April Dean’s Sometimes, Always, Even; check out Public Art in the News, and more!Click here to read th...
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They’re here, they’re fabulous, on point…and in a limited...
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They’re here, they’re fabulous, on point…and in a limited edition. Introducing the latest “must have” for the discerning #yegpublicart fan or maven ~ public art stickers! These beauties feature artwork by Brent Smith, Emily Chu, Jill Stanton, & Marc Nipp. Available exclusively at Tix on the Squar...
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EAC Weekly June 6
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EAC Weekly June 6: Find local arts events and opportunities in the EAC Weekly…Celebrate pride at the Edmonton Pride Parade 2018 and Connected: Edmonton Vocal Minority’s 25th Anniversary Concert, volunteer with Boardwalk Sand on Whyte and The Whyte Avenue Art Walk, or be part of Mile Zero Dance’s ...
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2018 Artist Project grants – first round
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2018 Artist Project grants – first round
Arts Council and City of Edmonton supports 30 local artistic projectsArtist Project grants for individual artists and collectives support the pursuit of artistic and professional advancement. Be it creation, research, development, curation, exhibition, production or professional development oppor...
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Introducing the ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ Artists ~ Mary Anne Barkhouse
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Introducing the ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ Artists ~ Mary Anne Barkhouse
(Reign - detail of the coyote - image, Chelsea Boida - Edmonton Arts Council)ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ - Edmonton’s Indigenous Art Park is scheduled to open this fall. As the spring and summer progress, installation of artworks by Duane Linklater, Amy Malbeuf, Marianne Nicolson, Tiffany Shaw-Colli...
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EAC Weekly May 30
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EAC Weekly May 30
EAC Weekly May 30: Find local events and opportunities for artists in the EAC Weekly!Join our Annual General Meeting this Monday; Cultural Diversity in the Arts grant recipient Aksam Alyousef premieres his new play; get your tickets to Usha Gupta’s KHOJ and Mercury Opera pyrogy dinner fundraiser ...
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2017 Community Arts Grant: Paint the Rails
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2017 Community Arts Grant: Paint the Rails
Artists reflect Edmonton’s complicated past throughout LRT stationsImage: one part of Returning Home mural by Carla Taylor and Dana Belcourt at the Churchill LRT Station, photo by Edmonton Community FoundationThrough the Community Arts project grant program, the City of Edmonton, Edmonton Arts Co...
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'Always remain the City of Champions': Edmonton develops new goals for next 10-year plan
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'Always remain the City of Champions': Edmonton develops new goals for next 10-year plan: Edmonton’s overarching principle currently reads: “Connected: We create as a community to connect people to what matters to them. We care about the impact of our actions on our social, economic, cultural, sp...
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