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Living a Creative Life is an arts development strategy for Calgary, by Calgarians.

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Success Indicator Baseline Report Released

LIVING A CREATIVE LIFE: An Arts Development Strategy for Calgary is pleased to share its Success Indicator Baseline Report.

Living a Creative Life includes success indicators for each focus area so that progress towards the strategy’s outcomes can be tracked. These success indicators are systems-level measurements that will be evaluated annually, and the Success Indicator Baseline Report provides baseline data for each indicator, using the most complete information available at the time. Future success indicator reports will compare their measurements against these baselines.

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Theatre Junction Celebrates Art, Music and Invention with Culture Club


Theatre Junction is initiating a multidisciplinary arts and social club on November 20, 2014. Beginning at 9:00pm after their post-show artist talk for Social FictionCulture Club #1: Arts + New Media is a free event that invites creatives to meet and exchange ideas, celebrating the intersection of art, music and invention. With tapas and cocktails provided by Workshop Restaurant Calgary, Culture Club #1 is hosted by Bram Timmer (CAMP) and the performance media collective PIPS:lab (Amsterdam).

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National Music Centre Closing Current Gallery Space, Offers Free Tour


As the National Music Centre (NMC) prepares to move into its new building, currently under construction at 9th Avenue and 4th Street SE in downtown Calgary, it will be ending all tours and on-site education programming at its current location. To celebrate its incredible collection before it is moved, NMC will also be offering a free tour of the current gallery space on Thursday, December 4 at 6:00pm.


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