A Cultural Trilogy 2 - An Alberta Culture Days Celebration, September 23rd - 25th, 2022
We are a firm believer in our communities. Ethnik Festivals Association in collaboration with other Canadian community organizations come together from time to time for different collaborative works.
Art and Culture serves so superbly as a universal language, a means toward understanding the history, culture, and values of other peoples. To us, it’s a creative and tangible force, a dynamic and ever-evolving cultural substance that is part of our everyday life. It's freely available for us to share, enjoy, and celebrated because sharing Art can create opportunities that will improve the quality of life and wellness of members of our society.
We believe in the Canadian dream and as such see this land as a place where every member of our society is given the opportunity and platform to freely live, love, learn and earn, through the platform of Art and Culture. This what we live for and do as a Canadian community organization.
With support from individuals and corporate organizations, we are able to promote culturally and diverse community-oriented programs that foster unity and peaceful co-existence within Canadian society.
An example of such collaboration is during Alberta Culture Days where we present stories from lived experiences that capture the essence of our cultural heritage through different layers of artistic expressions
The 2022 Alberta Culture Days will be a unique celebration. Happening across all cities in Alberta Province in the month of September, our organization in collaboration with Calgary community members is putting forward a community event that is adaptable for an online presentation called "A Cultural Trilogy 2".
This is a fictional cultural expression/ production, by Lanre Ajayi, Artistic and Creative Director, Ethnik Festivals Association in collaboration with other local creative minds in Calgary. This is a collection of short stories and cultural presentations across divers ethnicities. It focuses on different aspects of artistic styles of expression by individual artists. The styles ranges from divers music performances, choreograph/ dance presentations, stage play/ acting, Afro Canadian craft/art exhibitions etc. There is more in us that meets the eye. FREE REGISTRATION -
To attend this free event, the public will be required to show proof of double vaccination or present a negative COVID-19 test done under 72 hours to gain access to the venue. Face mask is mandatory for audience members all through the events.Beyond our community collaborative presentations, we are often reminded of the need to give back to our community individual members, and organizations who have been supporting us in all of our endeavors.
Our quarterly giving-platform event caters to the needs of both local art education centers and individuals within the art sector through donations of needed art materials to empower artists to express their voice, promote leadership in our communities and give back to the youth in communities in support of their dreams.