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Based on updated Provincial public health measures announced May 4, all City of Calgary-operated indoor and outdoor sport, fitness and recreation programs and facility bookings will be suspended until further notice. Information about summer programs, including day camps, will be available when Provincial health orders permit.

Public Art Opportunities

Associate Indigenous Curator

We are seeking an Associate Indigenous Curator to play a supporting role to the Indigenous Curator. The Associate Curator will focus on implementing opportunities for artists and helping the Indigenous Curator build relationships with Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities in and around Calgary. This position will work in close collaboration with the Indigenous Curator, the Moh’kinsstis Public Art Guiding Circle and Public Art Program staff.

Submissions must be received before Monday, May 31, 2021 at 4:30:59 p.m. Learn more about this opportunity and how to apply.

Keep up to date with program opportunities and initiatives through our Public Art Email Bulletins.

Please note: Artists are encouraged to watch for opportunities on this site, in local and national newspapers, and on industry related websites and publications. The City of Calgary cannot assume the responsibility of disseminating information regarding the Public Art Program and its opportunities to artists and/or their organizations.

Public Art Resources

Check out more community and artist resources​.

Definition of a Professional Artist - Canadian Council for the Arts​

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