In 2007, Edmonton was named cultural capital of Canada. But that was a whole decade ago and lots has happened in the artistic and cultural spheres in our city since then. Our arts and culture series focuses on some of the artists, teachers, gallery founders, storytellers, entrepreneurs, and visionary who animate, elevate, and help to evolve arts and culture in their communities. The work, artistic vision, and community building spirit that these engaged citizens embody is the foundation upon which arts and culture are built in Edmonton. 


Jamie Philp has been helping Edmonton's music scene grow for over three decades

Jamie Philp

https://www.makesomethingedmonton.ca/stories/jamie-philp-has-been-helping-edmontons-music-scene-grow-over-three-decades/


Published on May 1, 2017

    The Story Behind dc3 Art Projects

     

    DC3 Art Projects: A Small Gallery Doing Big Things

    Published on February 17, 2017


    A Day in the Studio A visit to the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts

    Nina Haggerty

    Published on February 24, 2017


    Cocktail Orbs, Crumpled Masses, and Edmonton as a Frontier Town | A Three-Part Interview with Artist Marc Siegner

    SNAP

    Published on February 10, 2017


    Mastering a Craft for Half a Lifetime | A conversation with Genevieve Savard

    Genevieve

    Published on June 15, 2017


    strength, movement, and returning to Edmonton to start a collective of artists | A CONVERSATION WITH Ainsley Hillyard

    GWDC

    Published on June 29, 2017