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.

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Arts and Culture Programs

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

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Galleries

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

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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.

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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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Community Culture Grants

Not-for-profit culture organizations can apply for a Community Culture Grant from The City of Red Deer.

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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.

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Program & Activity Guide

Use our activity and program guide to find aquatics, arts and culture, clubs, family and community, fitness and wellness, and sports programs in Red Deer. Then use our online registration tool to register.

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Register online for your program or activity through look n book. You can also book a City facility, such as a soccer field or group activity room.

News & Notices

Flood watch in effect for Waskasoo Creek

April 22, 2018

With rising waters across the city, Residents are asked to stay away from rivers, creeks and flooded areas after The Province issued a flood watch for the Waskasoo Creek earlier today.

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April 22, 2018

Warmer temperatures in recent days have caused creeks in the city to flow high and fast, resulting in localized flooding in some neighbourhood streets, parks and trails.