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Event (Edmonton): Information Session – Artists Quarters – Arts Habitat Edmonton & Artists Urban Village (PAL Canada)

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Event (Edmonton): Information Session – Artists Quarters – Arts Habitat Edmonton & Artists Urban Village (PAL Canada)

Calling all members of the Edmonton Arts Community!

Artists, technicians, administrators, supporters, etc….

We want to introduce you to the live/work residential opportunities in the



Arts Habitat Edmonton and Artists Urban Village – a chapter of PAL Canada

Invite you to an

Information Session


When: Saturday, March 9 at 2:00 p.m.

Location: Prince of Wales Armoury (please see map below)

10440 – 108 Avenue NW

The Kerr Room – 2nd. Floor

The Artists Quarters will house individual artists and arts organizations in a uniquely creative mixed-use facility – an urban arts village.  Located at the corner of 102A Avenue and 96 Street in the Quarters Downtown only two blocks from the core of the arts district and one block from the proposed new LRT station.

The project will be a sustainable development that will provide home and studio space for multi-generational, mixed-income artists of all artistic disciplines above four floors of space for non-profit arts organizations. The project will contain 64 residential live/work units combining single or family size, equity and non-equity affordable units, ranging in size from 700 to 1,500 sq.ft.  The form of tenure will be modeled on the cooperative structure.  Common areas are crucial for the creation of community and so we envision community facilities with kitchen and dining area, a shared library, workshop and community garden.

Enjoy some light refreshment and learn more about this exciting new development!

RSVP by March 4 to

(If you cannot make it on March 9 but would like to be on our mailing list please email Linda Huffman)

For further information please contact:
Linda Huffman, Executive Director, Arts Habitat Association
780 932-3676

LRT construction and road closures continue outside the Prince of Wales Armoury.  The building can only be accessed by heading eastbound on 108th. Ave.  There is a parking lot in front of the building.



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