Art Gallery of Alberta

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Saturday, February 6 | Noon

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Submit your artwork to SHOWCASE: small spaces/big ideas

Drop-in Studio Art Classes for Kids

Paint, sculpt, draw and design! | Saturdays, 1-3 pm

News & Events

Sean Caulfield: The Flood

From February 6 to August 14, Edmonton artist Sean Caulfield’s site specific installation The Flood will be on display in Manning Hall. More information.

Out of the Woods: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven

On display at the AGA starting February 13, Out of the Woods: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, features both rarely seen and familiar works by some of Canada’s most well-known artists. More information.

SHOWCASE your art at the Art Gallery of Alberta

Call for submissions

Artists and creators from Edmonton and surrounding areas, you are invited to submit your work for SHOWCASE: small spaces/big ideas. More information.

 

2017 Alberta Biennial, 25 Alberta Artists Announced

2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art will feature artists from Fort McMurray to Lethbridge; group to collaborate at The Banff Centre this summer. More information.

 

 

Your AGA’s 2015 Highlights

The best of exhibitions, programming, education and more

As we get ready for our first opening of 2016, and our new season of exciting programming, art education classes, and activities, we look back on some of the highlights of 2015. More information

Art and design meet in The Blur in Between

The Blur in Between, the Art Gallery of Alberta’s first exhibition of 2016, opens Saturday, January 23. This Poole Centre of Design show features works from an international roster of artists and explores the intersections between contemporary art, architecture, industrial design, craft, digital art, fashion, publishing and typography. More information

An exciting block of new exhibitions start the 2016 season at the Art Gallery of Alberta.

The Blur in Between; The Group of Seven and 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., and a new Manning Hall commission highlight the first quarter of 2016 at your AGA. More information

AGA Executive Director, Catherine Crowston, comments on City Council Decision.