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Link to The AFA board on the map

The AFA board on the map

Date: Jun 21, 2016

The AFA Board of Directors not only provides leadership for our agency, it is our vital link to the Alberta arts community.
    Link to The history of the AFA Art Collection

    The history of the AFA Art Collection

    Date: Jun 14, 2016

    More than 40 years ago, the GoA set aside $50,000 to fund annual art acquisition, the ripples from which continue today in the AFA Art Collection.
    Link to AFA Origins

    AFA Origins

    Date: Jun 7, 2016

    To truly get a sense of what the AFA is and what it means to Alberta’s arts community, we need to start at the beginning…
      Link to Explore the economics of Alberta art

      Explore the economics of Alberta art

      Date: May 11, 2016

      On May 11, 2016, Statistics Canada released Culture Satellite Account economic data for the Canadian arts, culture and sport sectors from 2010 – 2014.
        Link to AFA funding information now on Open Alberta

        AFA funding information now on Open Alberta

        Date: Mar 31, 2016

        Wonder how AFA funding gets distributed? Open Alberta has the answers.
          Link to Adaptive change in the arts

          Adaptive change in the arts

          Date: Apr 23, 2014

          On April 23, 2014, the Edmonton Arts Council hosted a free presentation by Richard Evans, President of EmcArts, about adaptive change.

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