Transformation and Transition

A Message from President and Board Chair, Mary Rozsa de Coquet 

After 16 years serving in the dual roles of President and Board Chair of the Rozsa Foundation, I’ve advised our Board that I wish to transition responsibility for operations to a full-time Executive Director.  I will continue to serve as Board Chair, but with the 25th Anniversary behind us and the Foundation’s expansion and evolution over the past few years well established, it’s a good time to divide the roles. (READ MORE)

New Year, New Office!

We've moved! As of January 1st, 2017 we are now located in the cSpace King Edward building, at 1721 29th Ave SW. Despite currently working on card tables, we are fully operational, and our next grant deadline is April 13th, 4pm

A gift for countless school children to come

Integrating Arts Education: Werklund/Rozsa research influences creation of new U of C course

In 2013/2014 the Rozsa Foundation funded research by the Werklund School of Education centered on Socially Empowered Learning - a conceptual design based on cognitive psychology and social theory that underpins learning focused on increasing social empowerment and intellectual engagement. In 2016, the research findings concluded that combining arts and social awareness with educational curriculums definitively improves students’ engagement and performance. Following the outcome of those findings, a new course titled “Integrating Arts Education” has been approved and added to the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education’s 2018/2019 calendar. Click to read more.