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.
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.
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.
Jeffrey Gibson’s artwork intermingles elements of traditional Native American art, art historical references, craft, and pop culture while Time Carriers conjures a vision of many hands providing a framework of support, a fluid utopia where trust and movement go hand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.
This annual Indigenous art exhibition from Making Treaty 7 is back for it’s second year and this time it will be travelling to a few incredible venues in Calgary. Make sure you take time to explore it this fall. Some of the works on exhibit are listed for sale an all proceeds go to the
With the work of Mark Mullin, there is always more than meets the eye. Organized by Nickle Galleries and curated by Christine Sowiak, check out the show at its opening reception on October 3, 5:00 to 8:00pm.
An opportunity contemplate the role and importance of galleries, museums, and archives across Canada, this exhibition is the result of a long-standing project undertaken by Paul Seesequasis.
The 10th installment in curator Nancy Tousley’s ongoing series features two short works by Alberta multi-media artist and poet, Nicole Kelly Westman. The exhibition features moving-image works, for every sunset we haven’t seen and for nights bathed in sodium vapour.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens are finally selling the family home. When their son Kevin comes to help them clean out the clutter in the basement, he stumbles upon their stash of old records that have been collecting dust for decades. Go on a nostalgia trip for the record books with Jubilations Dinner Theatre.
This major retrospective celebrates the fascinating life and remarkable career of artist Sybil Andrews. Glenbow is the major study centre for the life and work of this beloved English-Canadian printmaker, so don’t miss this fascinating and in-depth exhibition.
From linoleum to drywall, dead flowers to toilet paper, ordinary, disposal, and perishable objects serve as the point of departure for the array of contemporary artworks found in ExtraOrdinary Objects. These eight Canadian artists have breathed new life and complex meaning into seemingly ordinary things.
Pioneering Canadian artist Gerald Ferguson used quotidian materials to create striking, large-scale paintings that speak to the poetics of everyday life. The titles of his artworks literally describe what the artist used to make them—just wait until you see the monumental multi-panel painting 1,000,000 Grapes.
See the world’s most spectacular animals like never before! This rarely seen perspective guides visitors through skeletons, muscles, organs, and circulatory systems of a variety of animals.
Marjie Crop Eared Wolf continues her ongoing project to learn Blackfoot in the drawing, sound, and video installation, Iitsi’poyi. Found in the Project Space, this work addresses cultural legacy and resilience by actively engaging in language preservation.
Curated by Missy LeBlanc, this exhibition centres and celebrates Indigenous ways of knowing and language revitalization. An opening reception takes place on November 1 from 7:00 to 11:00pm.
Presented by Untitled Art Society, Erdem Taşdelen’s audio installation follows the self-indulgent, occasionally frenetic, and always mordantly humorous narratives of 10 stock characters. An opening reception takes place November 1 at 7:00pm.