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Arts Habitat Edmonton

Through leadership and collaboration, we focus on achieving long-term impacts that will support arts spaces and experiences that are welcoming, safe, and respectful of all. It is our vision that dynamic, sustainable, and entrepreneurial artistic communities thrive in the city of Edmonton.

2020 REVISION Annual Report

Information on COVID-19 Arts Funding

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COLLABORATION

Arts Habitat believes that creative spaces are essential for a healthy community. We address inequity by providing accessible and appropriate spaces for artists in Edmonton. Creating space for the arts is a team effort. We are committed to listening and learning and encourage collaboration with artists, arts organizations, developers, and the City of Edmonton.

Arts Habitat acknowledges we are on the traditional land and gathering places of Treaty 6 and home to the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot Metis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux. We also acknowledge the many other diverse Indigenous peoples whose ancestors have marked this territory for centuries. We accept our responsibility to restore and honour the Truth and Reconciliation calls to actions. Arts Habitat stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. We are committed to listening and learning. We advocate for change and continue to support arts spaces and experiences that are welcoming, safe, accessible, and respectful.
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About Arts Habitat

Projects

Arts Habitat works proactively with partners to nurture our community’s spaces to become an integral part of the City’s vitality, identity, and pride.

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Stakeholder Engagement

Collaborating with others to positively affect decisions made about arts space in Edmonton

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2020 REVISION Annual Report

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COVID and the Arts

It is no secret that we have all been struggling with the impacts of COVID. Since the announcement of the global pandemic on March 11 of 2020, we have watched…

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