View our new 2019/20 Annual Report online.
Statement from our CEO: “Many of our staff members have been emotionally impacted by the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Some have seen systemic racism take place. Others have been the victim of it in … Continue reading Statement
Our facility remains closed, but our programming and exhibitions are more exciting than ever.
Click here for an update from the CEO about our facility’s ongoing closure through Summer 2020.
CEO JS Ryu on our exciting capital campaign to be launched this year.
There are a number of exhibitions planned for January and February 2020 open to the public.
Contemporary Calgary and Indefinite Arts Centre are pleased to announce the expansion of Contemporary Calgary’s ongoing Collider artist residency initiative that will now include artists from Indefinite Arts Centre, a … Continue reading 85 artists placed in residence at Contemporary Calgary
Click here for our VERY popular after school program for kids 6-12: Participants in the after school art program will be offered exciting and fun art instruction employing a broad … Continue reading Community Youth Programming!
Indefinite Arts Centre, Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization, congratulates CEO Jung-Suk (JS) Ryu on being selected as one of Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Calgary magazine … Continue reading Jung-Suk (JS) Ryu, CEO of Indefinite Arts Centre, named Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Calgary magazine.
Indefinite Arts Centre is back on the global stage – this time, representing Canada at an upcoming global summit on disability arts in Guadalajara, Mexico, hosted by the British Council. … Continue reading Indefinite Arts Centre is off to Guadalajara!
Organization recognized for its innovative programming and partnership strategy.
Indefinite Arts Centre featured as one of 39 Calgary contemporary arts spaces.