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Link to Our new Executive Director

Our new Executive Director

Date: Apr 19, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Jeff Brinton accepted the position of Executive Director of the Arts Branch and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
    Link to Imperial donated four artworks to AFA Collection

    Imperial donated four artworks to AFA Collection

    Date: Mar 24, 2017

    To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial, an estimated $6 million in artworks will be donated to Canadian museums and galleries, including the AFA.
    Link to Budget 2017

    Budget 2017

    Date: Mar 17, 2017

    On March 16, the Government of Alberta announced it's 2017-18 budget, which included a $5 million increase in funding to the AFA.
      Link to Dive into the 2015-16 AFA Annual Report

      Dive into the 2015-16 AFA Annual Report

      Date: Nov 30, 2016

      Explore the 2015-16 AFA Annual Report, including last fiscal year's accomplishments and highlights
        Link to Meet AFA's 25 Influential Artists

        Meet AFA's 25 Influential Artists

        Date: Sep 30, 2016

        In spring 2016, the AFA began accepting community nominations to identify 25 Influential Alberta Artists from the past 25 years.
          Link to Have art... will travel

          Have art... will travel

          Date: Sep 20, 2016

          From High Level in the North, to the Milk River in the South, TREX brings Albertan art to all corners of the province, one crate at a time.
          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?

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