ANTYX Community Arts: All Nations Theatre/Urban Youth Worx new identity

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ANTYX Community Arts: All Nations Theatre/Urban Youth Worx new identity

ANTYX Community Arts: All Nations Theatre/Urban Youth Worx New Identity

On January 1, 2010, two Calgary community arts companies, All Nations Theatre and Urban Youth Worx, merged to form a larger community arts organization. All Nations Theatre has worked in Calgary since 1992 engaging youth in participatory theatre projects that explored issues identified by youth. Founded in 1998 Urban Youth Worx has supported the development of Arts Based community development projects across Calgary.

      Today, we are pleased to introduce our new organizational brand.

      All Nations Theatre/Urban Youth Worx will now be known as Antyx Community Arts Society.

      The consolidation of All Nations Theatre and Urban Youth Worx has created tremendous opportunities to engage youth, communities, and organizations in using the arts to explore important issues and make positive changes. The Board and Staff of Antyx Community Arts are excited to become a greater creative resource for Calgary by continuing our work with current partners and creating new opportunities for youth and communities in Calgary.

      We will soon be sharing more news about Antyx, including the launch of a new website. If you would like more information about Antyx or have any questions about our changes please contact:

      Richard Campbell
      Executive Artistic Director
      (403) 261-5877
[email protected]

      Or

      Alan Horn
      Community Engagement Coordinator
      (403) 717-2683
[email protected]