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CreArt - Resuming September


CreArt has been functioning for the past 4 years at the Parkdale Cromdale Community League providing free music lessons for people of all ages, backgrounds and neighborhoods. CreArt has been developing free Family Friendly Music Nights to showcase some of the talent in the community in a safe space where people can share with one another and build community connections. With 14 successful events in the past 4 years, CreArt means to continue to offer these services in the future.

We strongly believe in the power of arts to produce positive social
transformation in our society.
— CreArt

CreArt consists of a broader vision and has extended its outreach to include graffiti and mural art, creative
writing, spoken word, mass media development and theater. In November 2015, CreArt developed the largest community outdoor art gallery in Alberta, with more 1900 square feet of art in the Kinnard Ravine area. This project consisted of contribution from Boyle Street Community Service, iHuman, Boyle Street Community League, Parkdale Cromdale Community League, Quarters Art, Bent Arrow, Nina Haggerty Center for the Arts, John Howard Society, Aerosol Academy, Heart of the City and local community artists. The plan is to extend the project to a 5 year scope, where the murals are changing every year, along with services to teach more about this art form.

Violin Lesson at the Community Hall

Violin Lesson at the Community Hall


In 2015, CreaArt developed a series of 8 theater workshops for homeless youth at Parkdale Cromdale Community League. The intention was to develop skills for a short film production with Boyle Street Community Service. The production City Embers will be released in the middle of 2016. Along with these accomplishments, CreArt initiated a number smaller projects which included creative writing and spoken word.