Arts & Culture(Archives)

Dec
16
2019
Volume
8-1
It honestly seems like yesterday I was writing the article with some of my favourites from 2018. Did this year absolutely blow by for anybody else or was it just me? I was incredibly blessed this year to get to make my Directorial debut for the ADFA One Act Festival…
Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
Each year Arts Council Wood Buffalo highlights the richness of our growing arts scene and celebrates the achievements of local artists through the Wood Buffalo Excellence in Arts Awards (or the “Buffys” for short). Over the past four years, the awards have established a signature midnight themed event drawing inspiration…
Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
When a community faces a catastrophe, outsiders tend to focus on the immediate and apparent hardships; the spectacle; the loss of life; the damage; the destruction.
Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
On Stage with Mike Jones - In Conversation with Fort McMurray's Music Scene
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Now that Spring has officially arrived in Wood Buffalo, everyone in the family will be ready to get up and out of the house to enjoy the warmer weather and all that the region has to offer. The community can always count on plenty of exciting spring and summer events…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration to recognize and celebrate the generous contributions of volunteers and their positive impact in the community. This year, Volunteer Canada celebrates National Volunteer Week’s 16th year, and we are proud supporters who host Wood Buffalo’s volunteer celebration events. The national topic for 2019…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Now that we’re solidly into 2019, I think it’s important to celebrate some of the many great accomplishments in both the arts scene and the food & beverage scene from 2018! We saw an increased live music presence in 2018 with more and more venues coming on board and promoting…
Dec
07
2018
Volume
7-1
In July of 2018, The District Recording Studio hosted two weeks of creative arts camp; the first week of camp was for high school students and the second was for ages six to 12.

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