Alberta Partners for Arts and Culture have created a guide to help keep arts and culture in the conversation during municipal elections in Alberta.
A research study created for playwrights, theatre companies, & service organizations available now!
In May of 2019, Alberta Playwright’s Network began a national research study with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts’ Sector Innovation and Research grant, examining the status of new play development across Canada.Intending to span a 12-month period, the study was focused on: gathering information directly from
The Women’s Caucus of Playwrights Guild of Canada (PGC) announces the second rendition of SureFire, a community-generated resource identifying remarkable, production-ready plays by Canadian women, trans creators, and non-binary artists. The underrepresentation of women playwrights on our nation’s stages is a well-documented fact; a problem that is magnified further
Theatre Alberta recently collaborated with national and provincial arts service organizations across a range of artistic disciplines on the National Arts and Culture Impact Survey (NACIS). The survey was designed to capture a snapshot in time of arts organizations, artists, and arts workers across Canada. It was open for responses
Alberta-based playwright Meg Braem offering free, remote manuscript consultations through the CDWP
Theatre Alberta would like to thank ATB Financial’s Branch for Arts + Culture (The Branch) for their support of this season’s Workshops by Request: Rocky Mountain Series. The Branch has generously sponsored our scholarship program for the series, allowing artists in financial access to training with leading national and
30+ yrs of grant success = $ & opportunities for your theatre, group, or production
Make your HR world easy with the tools you need! Use Boland Survey data to help your organization determine HR best practices such as flex time, on-boarding, paid time off, professional development practices, employee recognition, and – new in 2018! – recruitment practices. It’s a win for employers, employees, and the
Theatre Communications Group administers a grant program called Global Connections – grants range between $5,000 and $10,000. The program supports reciprocal international theatrical exchanges between U.S. theatre professionals and organizations and their theatre colleagues abroad. The program has an online application deadline on September 18, 2018, Noon Eastern Time and we
If you’re getting ready for your next show and are looking to get the English accent or dialect of your character just right, check out these two great online resources: International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA) specializes in English-language accents and dialects heard around the world. Access to the archive is
Grease Stage Props – Greased Lightening Car
Edmonton Actors, your Headshots matter! Take your portfolio to a new level @photographybybenamoz
Space (Alberta): List Your Venue, Office Space & Other Facilities – Arts Habitat Edmonton & SpaceFinder Alberta
Help for venues to get their spaces booked!
The free listings link artists with local creative space
#FridayReads Looking for new exercises to teach your drama students? Want to incorporate theatre into your Social Studies class? We’ve got you covered! In celebration of World Teacher Day we are highlighting some of the teaching resources we have in the Library. Find resources for elementary school, high school, and everything
Space (Edmonton): Office Space Opportunity for Artist or Organization – Concrete Theatre & Alberta Opera
Are you an artist or organization looking for a reasonably priced office space with access to a full service colour photocopier, a spacious board room and an air conditioned and wheelchair accessible rehearsal/creation space – all at reduced rates? Look no further than the new Playhouse space at 10033-80 Avenue.
LAST CHANCE to submit company and/or season information for the annual Theatre Alberta Playbill service is WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. CURRENT GROUP MEMBERS, AND INDEPENDENT COLLECTIVES: You are eligible to submit your company information, youth programming, and season listings. FORMER, LAPSED, OR NEVER-BEEN MEMBERS WHO ARE PRODUCING PLAYS DURING THE REGULAR SEASON: We STILL want
Theatre Alberta is now accepting season submissions for the 2016-2017 Theatre Alberta Playbill! This is the only resource available in Alberta listing professional, community, and post-secondary theatre productions and festivals together in a month-by-month format. www.theatrealberta.com/playbill/submissions Poster Minimum print run of 2500 copies! The poster is distributed around the province