Whispers in the Tall Grass Launch!
Special thanks to the Antyx Youth Arts Action, all our interviewees, Calgary Parks, the Antyx staff and volunteers, Aspen Family and Community Network, Freshwater Creative, The Calgary Foundation, Canada Council for the Arts, Lane Shordee, and Wayne Garrett.
Focus: Photography Camp
Are you female-identified and interested in learning about photography, painting, spoken word and more? Join Antyx and Calgary Immigrant Women's Association (CIWA) this August!
What: Focus Photography Summer Camp
When: August 8th - 18th
Where: 130 4th Ave SE (CIWA Offices)
Who: Immigrant girls ages 12-18
* Bring your own lunch - snacks will be provided)
What Feeds Us
WHAT FEEDS US? (Forest Lawn)
Time: 5 – 7PM
Theme: Healthy Food & Arts
Join us every Wednesday for a conversation about good food, making art and social justice!
For more info, click here.
Antyx Digital Arts
After resounding success with our Digital Arts program last school year, Antyx Community Arts has again partnered with the Boys & Girls Club to present another round of free digital art workshops.
Time: 3 – 5PM
Antyx Studio - our revamped From the Rooftops!
We are a group of youth from the North of McKnight (N.E) communities whose goal is to come together to create events and activities to address social issues which impact them the most. This year, we are focused on using spoken word poetry and music making as a creative medium!
Do you have a project to support the growth of your community but wish you had a little extra money to get it off the ground?
The Northern Lights Small Youth Grants provides youth with the opportunity to become actively engaged and involved within their community through grants to create unique projects that are designed to build a sense of community and encourage neighbourliness. Grants range from $50 - $500
For more information or to apply, CLICK HERE.