What do you do with a tired old storage shed on a main drag in Airdrie?
The free wall paint space is for area artists to express themselves with aerosol paints.
The Main Street Art Project was a collaborative effort between artists and citizens. More than 1300 people volunteered their time to bring this project to reality.
Convergence is seeking volunteer artists and creative minds for mentorship and creating opportunity for Airdrie students. Convergence is a Rocky View Schools event in partnership with Creative Airdrie scheduled to take place on Tuesday May 5th, 2015 at W.H. Croxford High School in Airdrie with the goal of connecting all Rocky View Middle Schools and […]CONTINUE READING →
Pull up to the theatre door and leave your keys with our Valet parking attendants as you enter into an elegant evening in celebration of the arts in Airdrie. Join Mayor Peter Brown for this exceptional evening of delicious food and fine wine during a lively Champagne Reception brought to you by Woodside Golf Course […]CONTINUE READING →
The Creative Airdrie Society has taken a major step to meet their objective of being the leader of arts and culture development in the city of Airdrie with the appointment of a full-time executive Director. Jennifer Harbour joins CAS January 4, 2015. Board member Deanna Hunter, a professional HR consultant, managed the hiring process. “The […]CONTINUE READING →