Curatorial Research Practicum
The curatorial research program in Walter Phillips Gallery is designed for emerging curators. This is a hands-on opportunity that allows individuals an opportunity to work with the Director and Curator to receive direct mentorship on research practices that support the presentation, production and critical analysis of contemporary art.
Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) Emerging is an immersive program of studio practice, creative exploration, feedback and mentorship for artists in the early stages of their careers. The program combines the artistic freedom of a self-directed residency with the supportive benefits of an organized program.
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.
BAiR Spring Intensive
The Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) Spring Intensive is a four week self-directed program providing the time and space for artists, curators, and arts professionals to create and cultivate new directions in their work.
BAiR Late Spring
The Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) program in Visual + Digital Arts is a self-directed program providing the time and space for artists, curators, and arts professionals to create, research, experiment, and cultivate new directions in their work.
Indigenous Art Journal
This program invites Indigenous art writers, art historians, and curators to explore pertinent conversations in contemporary Indigenous art practice, and the deeper concerns that inform artists work, lives, and communities.
Summer Studio 2017
Seek retreat from the everyday and engage in an international community of artists from all disciplines for an intense period of creativity which defines summer at Banff Centre. Summer Studio is a self-directed program in visual arts offering the space, time, and inspiration in which to make new work.
Banff Research in Culture: Year 2067
The Banff Research in Culture: Year 2067 residency invites researchers and artists to imagine, invent, configure, and contribute toward a future that will sustain the life systems we all need.