Creativity. Amplified.

After two difficult years, it's finally time to re-build, recover, and become re-inspired.

Living through the COVID-19 pandemic was incredibly tough, so in 2022 Amplify has set a new goal for itself: to help our community overcome the effects of the pandemic by organizing inclusive, in-person opportunities for young residents to learn, create and share art in a way that brings the community together and provides the chance for connection, recovery, and fun.  

Like any creative pursuit, sometimes you need to re-envision, re-imagine and re-orient yourself towards new goals, and now is one of those times.  

This year Amplify will strive to provide year-round opportunities for young leaders and artists to dream, try and succeed by amplifying the creativity in our community, as we organize youth-led, arts development programming for students Grade 7 to age 21.    

Stay tuned to this webpage and our social media as we reveal more events, activities and projects throughout the year!




For Who

St. Albert area students
(Grade 7 to Age 21)


Our Community Cultural Coordinator can be found at
St. Albert Place: 
5 St. Anne Street 
St. Albert, AB T8N 3Z9  


An Amplify Committee member laughing behind a table covered in Amplify swag .

Deadline: December 5, 2022

Join the Amplify Committee ›

Be part of planning Amplify! Whether you’re interested in a new adventure, want to find an avenue to help your community or want to drive arts...

Group photo of the band "Cypress" at the fair.

Video Projects

Discover the Amplify Video Project ›

Each project is a collaborative effort between a youth artist and a young filmmaker, all guided by a professional filmmaker.

Youth painting on the instruction of a teacher.


Goals and Objectives ›

Run by youth for youth, the program seeks to empower young people to explore their artistic potential.


2019 Amplify Festival Recap ›

On October 18th and 19th, 2019, St. Albert Amplify Festival celebrated its sixth anniversary of showcasing youth art, creativity and culture in our City!

Get Amped ›