Arts and Culture Venues

Camrose and District Centennial Museum

View the Camrose and District Centennial Museum webpage.

Camrose Arts Council Board

About Us

The Camrose Arts Council Board is comprised of two city councilors and five Members-at-Large who are residents of Camrose.  View the current members here. The Camrose Arts Council Board meets on the third Thursday of each month, except for July, August and December, at 5:00 p.m., in the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre.

Grant Opportunities

The Camrose Arts Council Board offers grants for Arts and Culture initiatives in Camrose.  There are two granting opportunities each year with applications due on March 30th and September 30th.

To determine eligibility, view the Arts and Culture Grant Funding Eligibility and Application Policy.

Download the Arts and Culture Grant Funding Application and email it to the Camrose Arts Council Board or drop it off at City Hall (5204 - 50 Avenue) to the attention of the Chairman of the Camrose Arts Council Board.

City of Camrose Arts Council Mayor’s Arts Awards

The City of Camrose Arts Council Mayor’s Arts Awards (MAA) is an annual program that acknowledges and celebrates artistic achievement and contributions to arts in the City of Camrose. Find out more about the Mayor's Arts Awards.

Central Events Calendar

The use of a central calendar is imperative to communicate within the arts community. View our events calendar.

The Camrose Arts Council has created an events button designed to guide and drive our community and visitors to the most complete, up to date, and accurate events listing for everything happening within the City of Camrose. Click here to download the button to use on your website.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the Camrose Arts Council and the Camrose Arts Society?

The Camrose Arts Council Board is a governing body, with members of the public and councillors that can distribute grants. The Camrose Arts Society is a volunteer-run organization that puts on arts program.


To champion and assist the arts and culture community weave a rich tapestry of life in Camrose.


The Camrose Arts and Culture Master Plan was completed in 2016 which led to the establishment of the Camrose Arts Council whose first organizational meeting was held on February 3, 2017.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like to connect with the Camrose Arts Council Board, please contact us here.

Heritage Advisory Committee

Learn more about the Heritage Advisory Committee.


View the Camrose Public Library's website.

Programs and Courses

View our current Programs and Courses.

Railway Museum

View the Camrose Railway Museum's website.
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