IAACC supports and partners with various projects, events and organization initiatives to assist in fulfilling their missions while benefiting East Calgary.

Do you have an idea or project that you think will benefit East Calgary?

IAACC is always looking to support new initiatives for the betterment of East Calgary. Submit your ideas to: [email protected]


Fall 2023 Artist Led Recipient: Saloni Sharma

Saloni is an Interior Designer and Visual Artist from India and is passionate about experimenting with diverse mediums and techniques. Since moving to Calgary, she actively participates in community initiatives, using art as a catalyst for community development.

During the pandemic, Saloni dedicated time to her artwork and began sharing her skills online with immigrant women’s groups, fostering connection, skill-building, and healing through weekly art sessions. She has also conducted numerous in-person workshops for individuals of all ages and backgrounds, inspiring them to incorporate art into their lives.


Community Canvas promotes creativity, collaboration and builds community.

Would you like a community canvas at your next community event?

Contact us for more details [email protected]


Video Editing

Supporting emerging video editors with video editing experience and promotion of language diversity

12 Community Safety Initiative

ArtScape Art Show

October 2022, the ArtScape Art Show was hosted by a collaborative of artists, held at the Greater Forest Lawn Seniors Centre. Featuring over 50 artists of all disciplines. The event was well attended by community residents.

Supported by IAACC & Calgary Foundation

Street Scape Improvements

International Wander-land

Mural collaboration w/ International Avenue BRZ along 32 Street SE

Artist Paula Timm; Photo Credit Hero Images

Youth Cultural Education

Supporting youth education through diversity, cultural and artistic education opportunities through:

2nd International Scouts

Artist Wellbeing

Promotion of the health & wellbeing of artists through:

Elephant Artist Relief Society