Young Siksika woman is given second chance as Calgary Stampede Indian Princess and succeeds

At 19 years old, most people are still trying figure out what’s next after high school graduation, but one Siksika woman has decided to step out of her comfort zone and take a chance at something that will likely change her life forever. All Around Snake Women — Savannah Sparvier in English — is this year’s 2017 Calgary Stampede Indian Princess.

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Young filmmaker Cassandra Paige Johnston shares her love of cinema through new film “Inconvenient” thanks to STORYHIVE

Community funding groups have been giving emerging artists the opportunity to bring their stories to life.

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How Steve Schroeder took his talents from a theatre company to the now thriving Calgary International Film Festival

Steve Schroeder went from journalism to the arts. After an unlikely sequence of events led Schroeder to the top of a thriving theatre company called One Yellow Rabbit, he is back at the helm of a rising arts organization, the Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF). Click here for more.

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Local artist Heather Pant inspired by Alberta’s landscape

Heather Pant was always an artist. At the age of 11, she started oil painting. However, she did not pursue a full time career in painting until she moved to Calgary eight years ago. It was Alberta's rich scenery that sparked her passion for painting landscapes. Click here for more.

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