Canada Winter Games Events
The Red Deer Arts Council is excited to be involved with the Winter Games through a couple of activities!
Family Day Dance at Canada House Tent!
Nuit Blanche Winter Carnival
This event is happening in City Hall Park, Ross Street, Little Gaetz with a BBQ in Veterans Park, below the Cenotaph! Participate in art-based activities in the snow, see art installations around the downtown and visit local businesses that are hosting musicians and artist vendors inside their stores and cafés! Come see our Coordinator, Suzanne, down beside Old City Hall and participate in the Red Deer Arts Council's very own interactive art project! We are so excited to see you there!
pop-Up Art Collective Market
We are so thankful to every group who has worked on planning these wonderful events! We can't wait to see you out there!
Calls for Submissions!
1. Performing and Literary Artists: Please see the attached document for complete details regarding the call to find performers and literary artists for our upcoming First Friday events and for our Annual General Meeting, happening March 13th, 2019.
2. Visual Artists for the Kiwanis Gallery 2020-2021: The Visual Arts Committee has re-opened and extended the deadline to visual artists to submit their work and documentation for consideration to be exhibited at the Kiwanis Gallery. For further details, please see the attached document:
ALL SUBMISSIONS FOR THE KIWANIS GALLERY MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 22, 2019.
Check out these resources for events in the Red Deer area:
GHOULS NIGHT OUT - The Arts & Craft Beer Fundraiser for 2018!
Red Deer Arts Council hosted third Arts and Craft (Beer) Fundraiser entitled "GHOULS NIGHT OUT" took place on Friday October 26th, 2018 at Festival Hall.
Guests wore their spookiest costumes as they enjoyed craft beer from Troubled Monk Brewery and Siding 14 Brewing Co. They enjoyed fine cuisine from our food vendors: Cuppitycakes Bakeshop, Bo's Bar & Grill, State & Main, Red Boar Smokery and Tribe! Folks also danced the night away to the KlamDaggers! Central Alberta Film Festival Society provided some cool local horror films and clips from creepy old movies! Between a silent auction, raffles, a 50/50 draw as well as door prizes for the best costumes! It was a fund event and for Halloween.
This event would not have been possible without the generous support of our volunteers and our sponsors! Please patronize sponsors who believe that the arts are an important part of our community.
Beer Vendors (Raffle/Silent Auction Donors!)
Peter Michaels - Our MC for the evening!
Silent Auction and Raffle Prize Donors
Red Deer Cultural Heritage Society (The Cronquist House Dena Foo-Davies (Independent Epicure Consultant)
Abbey Road Hair Studio Craig Scott
& Mayor Tara Veer
Our sincerest thanks to all who came out and enjoyed the event!