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Audition Call: Brick Shithouse by Ashleigh Hicks

Mar 21, 2024

Audition NoticeDeadline to apply April 12th 2024 BRICK SHITHOUSE Written by Ashleigh Hicks Directed by Sarah J Culkin Brick Shithouse has been developed with the Found Festival’s 2023/2024 Fresh AiR (artist-in-residence) program. Found Festival, presented by Common Ground Arts Society, is an annual arts festival that celebrates theatre/music/dance/poetry/visual art in… Read More

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Artist Call Open: Found Festival 2024

Nov 16, 2023

What is Found Festival, anyway? We take art out of conventional venues directly into the community. Found Festival celebrates art of all kinds: theatre, dance, film, poetry, music, sound art, installation art, endurance art…if it’s art created for unconventional spaces that challenges the artist/audience relationship, there’s a home for it in Found Festival. Found Festival is for… Read More

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FOUND FESTIVAL 2022 LINE UP

Jun 18, 2022

Amiskwaciwâskahikan / EdmontonJune 18, 2022 – Common Grounds Arts Society is excited to announce the lineup for Found Festival 2022. This four-day long event will celebrate the work of local and national artists through live, in-person, and digital performances that respond to place and space in the heart of Old Strathcona and beyond.We’re proud to… Read More

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Announcing 2022-23 Fresh AiR Artists

May 01, 2022

Common Ground is excited to announce sibling duo Steven Sobolewski and Nicole Sobolewski as the 2022-2023 Fresh AiR artists!We’re launching an expansion of the Fresh AiR program: Starting with Nicole & Steven, our Fresh AiR program will extend over two Festivals. The artists will be encouraged to experiment and workshop in… Read More

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CG ANNOUNCES INCOMING FOUND FESTIVAL DIRECTOR

Feb 01, 2022

The staff and board of Common Ground Arts Society couldn’t be more excited to share the appointment of the incredible Whittyn Jason (they/them) as the next Festival Director of Edmonton’s celebration of art in unexpected places.Whittyn will begin their role this month as co-curator of the 2022 Festival alongside long-time… Read More