Collections Practicum – Walter Phillips Gallery
This hands-on opportunity allows an individual to work with the Walter Phillips Gallery’s curator. The participant will receive direct mentorship on collections management practices and registrar duties that support the gallery’s collection of over 1,800 works.
Learn techniques and practices to expand your awareness of the ever-changing context within which you work – and from which new needs, desires, and possibilities for action are continuously emerging.
Leading Teams: Governance for Indigenous Councils and Boards
Lead your team by exploring the structure and management of a governing body for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, with particular focus on building solid foundations for Indigenous governance.
The Space Between Us: Technology, collaboration, and the future
This residency welcomes Indigenous visual artists, curators, and scholars from all nations around the world to gather here on Treaty 7 Territory. Participants will create new work, collaborate, and investigate technology as a decolonial tool to discuss culture, contemporary art practice, and the future.
Banff Artist in Residence Late Fall 2018
Seek retreat from the everyday and engage in an international community of artists from all disciplines for an intense period of creativity. This self-directed program in visual arts offers space, time, and inspiration to make new work.
Staging Contemporary Shakespeare
Theatre Alberta, The Shakespeare Company, Theatre Calgary, and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are proud to welcome Dawn Monique Williams of Oregon Shakespeare Festival for a three-day master class in Staging Contemporary Shakespeare.
This program enables leaders to excel as they work to strengthen Canada’s creative and cultural sectors. The program will develop skills, networks, and contextual understanding of leadership in these sectors.