Hidden treasure on Transit

Hidden Treasure News Release 1200 px v2-01Calgary Transit riders are in store for a scavenger hunt of tiny proportions, but with showstopping prizes! Little paintings will be hidden in CTrain station buildings and inside train cars along the Blue or Red Line around the city for one day only on Saturday, Nov. 12.

The tiny treasures will be available starting at 9 a.m. for five lucky CTrain customers to locate. Each artwork comes with a $500 gift certificate, tote bags and four show passes for the Art Market Craft Sale—a premier art and craft sale taking place at TELUS Convention Centre from Nov. 17-20.

Blink and it could be gone—the surprises are only around on Nov. 12 and the search ends as soon as every art piece is claimed. When found, take the art and follow the instructions painted on the masterpiece.

Not only is Art Market supporting this special promotion for Transit customers, but they are also giving back to National accessArts Centre by matching donations provided throughout the show, up to $3,000. For convenient access to the Art Market, use the Centre Street LRT station to enter the TELUS Convention Centre.

About Art Market

The Art Market is a must-see event taking place Nov. 17-20 at the TELUS Convention Centre featuring more than 200 artisans from across Canada presenting an amazing selection of quality art and crafts in time for the holiday shopping season. The 2022 sale marks the 36th anniversary of this premier show which has established a reputation as an excellent marketplace for high quality items to quench everyone’s unique taste and style. To find a list of artisans or to purchase tickets, click here.

About National accessArts Centre

The National accessArts Centre (NaAC) is Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization and in 2020, became the country’s first multidisciplinary disability arts organization. With programs supporting more than 300 artists living with developmental and/or physical disabilities, the studio supports Canadian artists with disabilities through immersive programs delivered in-person and online. To learn how you can help support NaAC, click here.