Albertine Crow Shoe is known primarily for her exquisite jewellery and this exhibition features highlights of her past work as well as entirely new creations based on her discoveries from working with Glenbow’s collection.
Head to Glenbow to see a varied selection of portraiture produced over a 200-year period. This exhibition offers a fascinating look at how these artists chose to work in very different ways.
The result of four art workshops held at Glenbow for children and families served by Kainaiwa Children’s Services Corporation Prevention and Support, explore their work in this unique showcase curated by Joanne Schmidt. Don’t miss it.
In 1983, artist and filmmaker Ric Kokotovich’s obsession with New Orleans’ iconic celebration compelled him to drive to the Louisiana city and document the festivities. Over the next five years, Kokotovich returned to Mardi Gras to continue his photographic series.
Inviting a presence of nostalgia, spectatorship, and diaspora, Qiniqtuaq invites viewers to peer through a multi-eyed ghost sheet to witness a looping projection of a video collage screened in front of a piece of oil-stained cardboard.
Serving as an annual showcase of emerging fine craft artists, the 2019 edition of this exhibition features 14 artists including several who are self-taught or have recently returned to their practice.
After having observed children’s art, artist Ed Flanagan noticed their use of simplified shapes, vivid unmixed colour, and compositions, techniques which served as inspirations for his latest work.
Timothy Westberby is overworked, underpaid and stressed out—it’s no wonder that he starts seeing things the morning of his daughter’s overly lavish and expensive wedding. Join Stage West Calgary for this fun farce.
Showcasing two series of collage paintings done simultaneously between 2013 and 2014, don’t miss this show by acclaimed international artist Attila Richard Lukacs. Explore the opening reception from 5:00 to 8:00pm on September 12 for your chance to meet the creator.
Vessna Perunovich establishes a thoughtful introduction to the politics of transcultural migrations—a crossroads where displacement manifests itself as one of the predominant geopolitical characteristics of living generations.
Through the use of various printing techniques that incorporate both found imagery and text, the body of work in Reza Rezaī’s Mehmoon reflects upon the events, ideas, and trends that have shaped Iran over the last 40 years. Explore the show at its opening reception on September 13.
Suck Teeth Compositions (After Rashaad Newsome) is an audiovisual exhibition by Michèle Pearson Clarke that reflects on the feelings of Canadians who face anti-black racism across the country. The opening reception takes place on September 13.
Roy Caussy presents an interpretation of the artist’s experiences of living and working in Southern Alberta. The work dissects the layers of history of the place—a PoW camp, waves of settlers, cowboys, and the current meth epidemic.
Canadian artist Serena Beaulieu is quickly gaining recognition for her skilled and considered art practice. This exhibition pairs her paintings with a collection of works on paper that she describes as a methodology or an alphabet of her visual language.
Organized by Nickle Galleries and curated by Christine Sowiak, this solo exhibition from Chris Cran touches on key pieces, recognized works from well-known series and periods. Get a behind-the-scenes look on October 24 with Nickle at Noon.
Over the last four years, the Alberta Society of Artists invited submissions to its respective exhibitions Fire, Water, and Air. Now concluding with Earth, explore this show at its reception taking place from 1:00 to 3:00pm on October 12.
Mary Kavanagh engages different modes of representation, structuring the nuclear as a totalizing concept rather than as a singular event or period in this unique show that looks at current conditions of invisibility.
The Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour is celebrating its 94th annual Open Water exhibition. This water-media based show offers the chance to see new and exciting artists showcased alongside well-known Canadian masters of watercolour.
Jeffrey Gibson’s artwork intermingles elements of traditional Native American art, art historical references, craft, and pop culture while Time Carriers conjures a vision of many hands providing a framework of support, a fluid utopia where trust and movement go hand in hand.
Curated by cheyanne turions, Nep Sidhu examines how memories persist in the present, especially when related to practices of resistance, resilience, and ritual. Don’t miss this stunning show.