In 2019 the 1st edition of the APIRG Almanac was curated and organized by U of A student and community organizer, Ryanna Brattland, and designed by architecture student and graphic designer, Joy Olagoke. Last summer the 2nd APIRG Almanac was brought to life by the 2020 Almanac Creation Collective!

…and this year we’re doing it all over again!

The APIRG Almanac is a day planner for all who care about community organizing, social justice & rad art in amiskwacîwâskahikan (colonially known as Edmonton). Throughout the past two years we’ve featured around 40 local artists and contributors and distributed over 400 almanacs by donation! We’re starting development for the Almanac 2021 and we’d love to have you be a part of putting it all together!

If you’re interested in being part of a collaborative creative process to find, create, and edit content, fill out this form we’ll be in touch! No previous experience necessary.

Also, in case you didn’t know – the Almanac Creation Collective is one of our APIRG Volunteer Committees! Volunteer Committees work towards collective goals at their own pace, centering accessibility, consensus-based decision making, and learning, with time commitments ranging from 1 to 10 hours per month! Read more about our Volunteer Committees here and feel free to send email us at with any questions!

P.S. – If you’d like to be featured in the Almanac, keep an eye out on our social media and mailing list for a call for artists and content contributors later this summer!