Edmonton

artsScene/Timeraiser Presents: A Conversation on Young Leaders + Boards

Words that too often are associated with young people who are part of our communities: apathetic, naive, irresponsible, inexperienced, uninvolved, unmotivated. Why get young people involved in community and nonprofit boards then? Why invest time and energy in developing young leaders? Why should young people spend time volunteering on boards?

Join artsScene Edmonton and Timeraiser Edmonton for a lively conversation featuring board members of all generations as we discuss the importance of developing the next generation of young board leaders.

This is a free event - appetizers and a cash bar will be available!
http://artsscenetimeraiserevent.eventbrite.com/?aff=efbevent

artsScene Edmonton and Latitude 53 present Patio

artsScene Edmonton and Latitude 53 are partnering to host Downtown Edmonton’s famous Thursday-evening Patio Party August 1st, 2013. Now found at street level, Latitude 53’s new patio will be open bringing together incredible contemporary art, a hip social scene out in the summer sun paired with great food from The Common and special drink features.

Latitude 53’s new space is an incredible environment that brings contemporary art to Edmonton in a whole new way—better facilities, accessibility, and visibility make the gallery truly Alberta’s leading centre for contemporary art and visual culture. 

The Patio Party takes place from 5 pm – 9 pm at the new Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street. Allyson McIntyre will be the featured artist as a part of the Incubator Series. The DJ entertainment will be supplied by Kris Harvey and Chester Fields. 

The official after party will be at The Common. 

View posts about Patio Party on the Latitude 53 blog.
artsScene Edmonton is a volunteer-driven nonprofit network of leading young business professionals who support the arts through volunteerism and patronage. artsScene is a grassroots initiative of Business for the Arts, a national business association dedicated to fostering and promoting business leadership in the Arts, facilitating funding relationships and connecting business volunteers to the Arts.

Lost & Found

Find yourself at Common Ground Arts Society’s second annual Found Festival

Lost & Found
Thursday, June 27 | 8pm
Barber Ha
10011 82 Avenue
Tickets: $35 at http://lostandfoundyeg.eventbrite.ca/

Includes: one free drink, exclusive talk back with Found Festival producers, a day pass to the Found Festival and VIP access to the Found Fest Opening Night Bash featuring DJ Polyesterday

Found Festival runs in the Old Strathcona area June 27 - June 30. Your day pass is valid for one full day of festival programming. The Found Festival is a site-specific smorgasbord exhibiting explosive and dynamic new works in a variety of unconventional spaces. For more information, including schedule and venue locations, please vist the Found Festival website:http://www.commongroundarts.ca/found-festival/