Tag Archives: City of St. Albert

St. Albert | Call to Emerging Visual Artists, Butterflies in the Park

City of St. Albert logoWe are looking for artists to create butterfly-inspired artworks to be installed in the St. Albert Botanic Park for our Butterflies in the Park Project!

Budget: $1,000/artist

Deadline for Submissions: Feb 8, 2018, 2:00 pm MST

This opportunity is meant to inspire emerging artists to create public art for our City. We know applying to one of our public art calls can be an intimidating process, but this is a chance for those with no or little experience in the public art field to explore creating long-term pieces for their community.


St. Albert | Call to Artists :: Invitation to Tender Art in Public Places City of St. Albert

City of St. Albert logoTemporary, Community-Engaged Public Art at the Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival

Budget: $23,500.00
Deadline for Submissions: 2:00:00 pm (local time), December 21, 2017

The City of St. Albert’s Art in Public Places program is pleased to announce an Invitation to Tender for an artist-led, community-engaged temporary public artwork to be created for the 2018 Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival. The City seeks submissions from experienced artists or artist teams residing in Canada.

Building bridges between art, culture and education, the Children’s Festival is a buzzing. colourful, six-day arts and culture experience held annually in May/June in St. Albert. It is nationally recognized as the region’s signature cultural event and is visited by over 50,000 children, youth and adults from Alberta. BC, and Saskatchewan. The public artwork at the Festival plays an important role by contributing an experiential and thought-provoking visual art experience for community members and visitors.


Report on Culture: St. Albert, AB

City of St. Albert logoThe Culture Department in St. Albert is pleased to share with you our Report on Culture. We decided to present things a little differently, so in addition to our annual report, we’ve also created a video that shows a year in the life of Culture in St. Albert.

The video includes both Performing and Visual Arts, and moments captured from the Mayor’s Awards, the Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival, St. Albert Children’s Theatre, the Amplify Festival and the Arden Theatre.

As the report is a large file, here is a link to our website. The Report is available to download as a PDF and you can view our video here.