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Link to Meet me at the public art

Meet me at the public art

Date: Sep 13, 2016

Learn about how artwork from the AFA Public Art Commission program enhances public space often evolving into a community landmark.
Link to A ceramic legacy lives on

A ceramic legacy lives on

Date: Sep 6, 2016

On a sunny day in July 2015 Erin McDonald, manager of the AFA Art Collection, learned of a significant collection of ceramic works by Albertan artists
Link to Alberta's ever-evolving visual arts community

Alberta's ever-evolving visual arts community

Date: Aug 30, 2016

We’ve collected some highlights of the ever-changing organism that is visual arts in Alberta over the last 25 years.
Link to Behind the scenes: the very first Arts Days

Behind the scenes: the very first Arts Days

Date: Aug 23, 2016

It’s hard to believe this arts filled weekend has only been around nationally since 2009. But did you know the very first one happened in Alberta?
Link to The art of giving

The art of giving

Date: Aug 16, 2016

For many years, the AFA's provincial art collection has grown through a variety of methods of acquisition, donations, and commissions.
Link to Alberta art shines at the National Gallery of Canada

Alberta art shines at the National Gallery of Canada

Date: Aug 9, 2016

Calgary-based Chris Cran and Cold Lake’s Alex Janvier each had noteworthy, full-career retrospective shows at the National Gallery of Canada in 2016
Link to Supporting Aboriginal arts in Alberta

Supporting Aboriginal arts in Alberta

Date: Aug 2, 2016

In March 2005, the AFA initiated a three-phase consultation process to explore and understand the needs of Aboriginal artists and arts organizations.
Link to Alberta to Japan

Alberta to Japan

Date: Aug 2, 2016

How cool is this? Albertan art travels around the world.
Link to It's about time

It's about time

Date: Jul 26, 2016

You may recognize the Capital Arts building by its easily identifiable artwork that has become familiar to the area’s landscape.
Link to Three-year funding x four grants =...

Three-year funding x four grants =...

Date: Jul 19, 2016

The Alberta Ballet, Beaverlodge Cultural Society, the Edmonton Fringe Festival… what do these organizations have in common?

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