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Resilience Art Project - Sculptures May 2023

Resilience Art Project’s Sculptures Exhibited at Calgary International Airport

Discover the Art Resilience Project's sculptures, exhibited at the Calgary International Airport's Domestic Arrivals. Immerse yourself in the transformative power of art as these sculptures convey a message of resilience and unity. Join us on this inspiring journey of creativity and strength.
Government of Canada

The Hispanic Arts Society announces that the Art Resilience Project’s sculptures, an original design by the Society, are now on display at the Calgary International Airport’s Domestic Arrivals, located between doors 4 and 5 until August 16. This project, featuring five sculptures of the same design, was made possible through the collaborative efforts of the Society, F&D Scene Changes, Alberta’s visual artists, and the generous support of Canadian Heritage.

The Art Resilience Project would not have been possible without the support of our funders. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Government of Canada for their invaluable contribution, recognizing the importance of promoting art that fosters resilience and unity within our communities.

We would also like to express our deep appreciation to the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Calgary Arts Development for their continued support. Their unwavering commitment to the arts has played a pivotal role in empowering artists and nurturing a vibrant artistic landscape.

The exhibition at the Calgary International Airport, serving as a hub for travelers from around the world, offers a unique opportunity to share the message of resilience on a global scale. We are grateful for the airport’s collaboration and their commitment to providing a platform for diverse and meaningful artistic expression.

The Hispanic Arts Society invites you to see this exhibition at the Calgary International Airport and embark on a transformative journey that will uplift and inspire. Sculptures were painted by these Alberta’s artists:  Michelle KuLayla FolkmannAlana HallidayAutumn Whiteway, and Jorge Antonio Fuentes.

Stay tuned for updates on future locations where these remarkable sculptures will continue to spread their message of resilience.


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