On Nov. 4, Arts on the Ave (AOTA) debuted the Champions of Alberta Avenue project, which includes photography, written profiles, and a short film. Visit artsontheave.org for more information on the project.
In the meantime, continue to look here for condensed profiles of these local champions, written by Shirley Serviss. Continue reading Local champions make communities better Business owners consider customers like family members
On Nov. 4, Arts on the Ave (AOTA) is debuting Champions of Alberta Avenue, a project celebrating stories of immigrant business owners along 118 Avenue.
The event will be held at Parkdale-Cromdale Community League and is part of AOTA’s Fall Pub Night Fundraiser. The project includes photography, a short film, and written profiles.
Continue to look here for condensed profiles of business owners, written by Shirley Serviss. Continue reading Enduring stories of challenges and triumphs Champions of Alberta Avenue project released in November
This summer, Arts on the Avenue (AOTA) worked on Champions of Alberta Avenue, which showcases stories of immigrant business owners along 118 Avenue. In October-November, the project’s photography, a short film, and written profiles will be released. The Carrot Coffeehouse will host the premier of the photography and written profiles beginning Oct. 1. Over the next several months, look here for condensed profiles of business owners (written by Shirley Serviss) featured in the project. Continue reading Stories of Alberta Avenue business owners Champions of Alberta Avenue project released in the next few months
Everyone has a story. Lan Lim, creator of Lan’s Asian Grill, stitched coffin interiors when she first arrived in Edmonton. Her husband, Sunny, fled violence in Cambodia. Popular Bakery owners Maria and Olympio Soares moved from Portugal to Africa before settling in Edmonton. Continue reading The stories of our neighbourhood champions Local project showcases journeys of business owners