Stories to Action: A Summary Report

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The research summarized in following report was undertaken with the theatre community in amiskwaciy-wâskahikan, also known as the city of Edmonton, from February 2020 to February 2021. To mitigate bias in the research, community artists with a variety of lived experiences were paid to consult on the research design, instruments and analysis. Local theatre organizations and theatre artists were invited to participate in research activities by interview and survey. Research participants from the artist community were offered a monetary gift for sharing their time and experience. An in-depth paper and additional resources related to this project can be found at transposethestage.ca.


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Announcement (Edmonton): Edmonton Fringe Presents Together We Fringe!

This year’s hyper-local hybrid Event presents both live and digital programming, including ticketed live theatre performances for reduced capacity audiences; ticketed outdoor entertainment in ATB Park; on-demand and livestream content streamed on Fringe TV; and so much more.

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News (Alberta): New Minister of Culture After Cabinet Shuffle

On July 8, 2021 Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced several changes to cabinet including a new Minister of Culture.

Ron Orr, MLA for Lacombe-Ponoka, will replace Leela Aheer as Minister of Culture and Whitney Issik, MLA for Calgary-Glenmore, becomes the Associate Minister of Status of Women, under the Ministry of Culture and Status of Women.