Arts and Culture

Community groups, businesses and individuals all contribute to our unique and creative community and we’re here to support you in learning, seeing and experiencing all that Red Deer’s vibrant cultural scene has to offer.

Photograph of Culture Summer Camp Students in front of garage door

Arts and Culture Programs

Red Deer offers an array of visual, performing, language and literary arts programs for everyone from newborns to seniors.

Photo of photographs on display in the Corridor Gallery

Galleries

The City of Red Deer Culture Services facilitates two gallery spaces: Corridor Community Gallery and the Viewpoint Gallery.

Bronze sculpture of a rail working confronting a little dog who is standing on the man's money.

Public Art

The Public Art Program serves Red Deer residents, visitors and employees by integrating outstanding works of art into public spaces and facilities throughout the city.

Picture of a band playing on the Ross Street Patio

Culture in the Community

Red Deer is home to many community based arts groups whether it is theatre, dance, visual arts or literary arts.

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Volunteer

Culture Services volunteers work alongside our staff to enhance the programs and services that we provide.

A picture of the Culture Services Building at 3827 39th Street Red Deer

Culture Services Centre

The Culture Services Centre contains administrative offices, performing and visual arts studios, the Viewpoint Gallery, a multipurpose studio and the office of the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra.

News & Notices

Traffic Signal Change at 39 Street ...

December 8, 2016

Full traffic signals were installed at the intersection of 39 Street and Ellenwood Drive / Metcalf Avenue and will become operational next week.

Recommended 2017 Operating Budget...

December 8, 2016

With a focus on sustainability for people and services, the recommended 2017 Operating Budget considers the current state of growth, economy and maintaining quality of life for Red Deerians.

City Council approves updated ...

December 5, 2016

An updated Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and land use bylaw for the Riverlands neighbourhood in Red Deer’s downtown was approved by City Council today.