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Theatre Holiday

The Blank Who Stole Christmas

@ Rapid Fire Exchange

Ticketed Event

Nov 30 - Dec 23 2023

Family Holiday Music Shop & Services Events

The Annotated Christmas Song Book

@ Holy Trinity Anglican Church // 7:30 pm

Ticketed Event

Music Shop & Services Events

Emerging Artist Recital #2: Zhengdong (Zane) Liang

@ Holy Trinity Anglican Church // 2:00 pm

Ticketed Event

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Interior view of Edmonton Arts Council Shop & Services

Our shop

Explore Edmonton’s local box office and art shop, where you can connect with our thriving arts community.

Two street performers appear dressed as tree-like creatures, one on stilts towers over the other majestically
Festival in a Box parade at Queen Mary Park, photo by Levi Manchak

Our community programming

From the long, warm days of summer to the bright and chilly days of winter, there are over 150 performances and arts events brought to you by the Edmonton Arts Council every year.

Current opportunities

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Operating Investments and Annual Programming grants for organizations are open until Dec. 1.



MacEwan University is seeking an Outreach and Programs Assistant for a full-time continuing opportunity with the Mitchell Art Gallery (MAG) in the Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications. The MAG is MacEwan University’s public art gallery, which is dedicated to engaging timely conversations and community through contemporary art.

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Mentorships & internships

Seeking BIPOC Mentees For Horizons Writers Circle

The Writers’ Guild of Alberta, with the support of the EAC, is currently seeking mentees for the Horizons Writers Circle (from January – May 2024). The program offers mentorship, workshops, discussions, networking, public reading opportunities, industry events, and more. 

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Submissions open: City of Edmonton Film Prize

The City of Edmonton Film Prize recognizes artists (directors and/​or producers), based on a single film, video or online work that has had a first broadcast or public exhibition in the calendar year prior to the deadline. The primary prize recipient will be awarded $15,000, and two secondary prizes of $5,000 will be awarded to the runners up.

Submit by Jan 192024