Thanks to the generous support of YMCA Calgary, the Indefinite Arts Centre will be relocating to the Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge. At this brand new facility, we will have access to a large arts studio space, a multipurpose space, as well as storage space for our artists’ works in progress.
More than 30 of our artists’ works will be travelling to Hong Kong and Seoul as part of our Albertan Perspectives tour! Meet some of the artists behind these works – and what it means to be an artist.
As you may have heard on the news, the entire roof the Fairview Arena collapsed earlier this afternoon on February 20, 2018 – the arena is directly attached to the Indefinite Arts Centre facility, and we share common infrastructure elements such as all of our major utilities.
Fortunately, nobody was injured from this roof collapse.
We have extended the draw date to March 1, 2018. If you have any questions, concerns or would like to purchase raffle tickets please call 403.253.3174.
Many thanks to all who attended our opening reception for LAUNCHPAD @ DIALOG. Close to 200 guests packed the pop-up gallery space at DIALOG’s Calgary studios – including several of Indefinite Arts Centre’s artists, their close family and friends, and staff. Notable guests in attendance included: The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Sport and Persons…
Indefinite Arts Centre artists will have their work featured in this special exhibition held at McDougall Centre.
With a public art program on hold, and a campaign aimed at increasing municipal investment in the arts, JS weighs in on the need to better support underrepresented artists.
Watch a quick video capturing the energy of our #DisArtsYYC opening reception.
Welcome to the Indefinite Arts Centre – an artistic training, creation, and exhibition space for people with developmental disabilities.
Whether it’s a monetary donation (with generous tax receipts provided), a donation of arts supplies, or a donation of your time, the Indefinite Arts Centre can’t survive without the generosity of our supporters – and we need your help.
The Indefinite Arts Centre matters because artists with disabilities matter – and the world of contemporary arts benefits from their invaluable perspectives.