Emerging Atlantic Artist Residency
This program provides one emerging visual artist from Atlantic Canada the opportunity to create new work within the inspiring surrounds of Banff Centre over a period of eight weeks.
The Photography Practicum provides the opportunity for participants to advance their skills in a professional photography environment that deals with complex systems, logistical and technical challenges, and mission critical deadlines.
Indigenous Preparatorial Practicum
The Walter Phillips Gallery Indigenous Preparatorial Practicum program enables the participant to engage in hands-on opportunities working alongside the gallery’s curator and preparator.
Banff Artist in Residence Summer 2018
Seek retreat from the everyday and engage in an international community of artists from all disciplines for an intense period of creativity that defines summer at Banff Centre. This self-directed program in visual arts offers space, time, and inspiration to make new work.
Printmaking Studio Practicum
Studio Practicum programs are opportunities that expand and enhance participants' technical skills, and increase knowledge in the various mediums supported by the Visual + Digital Arts area.
Sculpture Studio Practicum
Studio Practicum programs are opportunities that expand and enhance participants' technical skills, and increase knowledge in the various mediums supported by the Visual + Digital Arts department.
Independent Residency - November 2017
In this Independent Residency, be surrounded by a community of artistic peers, attend inspiring talks and performances by world-renowned visiting artists, and enjoy a spectacular mountain environment where you can engage or seek retreat.
This program will explore Indigenous architecture, art, and the knowledge inherent in traditional design methodologies and materials. It is open to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants.
Big Bang Residency Program
Artists, designers, architects, scientists, engineers, and other creative professionals are invited to submit proposals to create an interactive public art work to be premiered at Beakerhead 2018.