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All that you change | Poetry and Music Open Mic

All that you change | Poetry and Music Open Mic

Join the Alberta Arts Gallery for an evening of performance and story-sharing, exploring the worlds we hope to build. In the rich tradition of Afro-futurism, they want to explore the hopes and dreams we hold for our futures. Inspired by the Black Muslim Futures Zine created by Black Muslim youth and artist in February of 2021 they want to explore questions such as: “The Revolution is won; what world are we building?” and “What were our ancestor’s wildest dreams?”

Navigating the Artworld with Elsa Robinson

Navigating the Art World with Elsa Robinson

This Black History Month, The Art Gallery of Alberta and CARFAC Alberta are excited to have Dr. Syrus Marcus Ware and Elsa Robinson speak on the topic of how to navigate the art world from their perspective and experiences. This professional development program is open to artists and cultural workers looking for advice and resources in building their careers in the arts in Canada. This event will highlight experiences, education, and opportunities that showcase the artistic and cultural contributions of Black artists and cultural workers in Canada.

Throughout February, events will be held on University of Alberta campuses to celebrate the contributions of Black students, faculty, and staff at the U of A and help foster the conversation around the histories and legacies behind Black History Month:

Black History Events at the University of Alberta

Art exhibits at Rutherford Galleria (Between Rutherford Library North and South) – Portraits of Resilience: Showcasing unsung heroes within Black Communities. All month – The Works of Elsa Robinson, a prominent Black artist from Edmonton. Feb. 1, 16 & 17 

“Empowering dispatchers to divert non-urgent calls to a dedicated team of experienced nurses within 811 when clinically appropriate is a win for Albertans.

Alberta Health Services launches new EMS-811 Shared Response program

Non-urgent calls account for about 10 to 20 per cent of total 911 call volume, depending on the area. That means that, with the EMS-811 Shared Response team in use, about 40,000 non-emergency responses could be avoided each year. This new approach means more ambulances will be available to respond where they are needed most while ensuring all Albertans maintain access to the appropriate levels of care they need.

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