Art Gallery of Alberta

Capital Powered Art


Great News!

The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) is very pleased to announce that Capital Power will continue its support of the innovative Capital Powered Art initiative for the next three (3) years until 2018.

The AGA and Capital Power entered into this unique partnership agreement in January 2010, with the opening of the new AGA building. Under the title of Capital Powered Art, Capital Power provides financial support that enables the AGA to bring world-class art to Albertans. The long-term commitment establishes a stable environment for the AGA to plan for the future while raising Edmonton’s national and international profile as the vibrant cultural centre that it is.

As an enhancement to the Capital Powered Art program, Capital Power and the AGA are now partnering to offer a unique Community Support Program. This new initiative provides occasion for the AGA to partner with a community organization with the goal of breaking down barriers and providing free and accessible opportunities for participants in the partner organization.

“As a high-caliber cultural facility, the Art Gallery of Alberta is helping Edmonton develop a reputation as a cultural destination and Capital Power is honoured to partner with the AGA for another three-year term. This partnership is one of the ways that Capital Power is making a positive long-term contribution to the quality of life in our community.”

– Darcy Trufyn, Senior Vice President Operations, Engineering & Construction

Capital Powered Art sponsored exhibitions



Past Imperfect: A Canadian History Project
June 17 – October 8, 2017
The Looking Glass
March 11 – May 28, 2017
Season to Season, Coast to Coast: A Celebration of the Canadian Landscape
December 3, 2016 – February 20, 2017
The Unvarnished Truth: Exploring the Material History of Paintings
April 30-September 18, 2016
Out of the Woods: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven
February 13–April 17, 2016
Living Building Thinking: Art and Expressionism
October 24, 2015-February 15, 2016
Illuminations: Italian Baroque Masterworks in Canadian Collections
June 27–October 4, 2015
The Clock: Christian Marclay
February 13-April 12, 2015
Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne, Paris 1880-1910
September 6-November 16, 2014
Flora and Fauna: 400 Years of Artists Inspired by Nature
March 1-June 8, 2014
CHAGALL: Daphnis & Chloé
October 26-February 17, 2014
19th Century British Photographs from the National Gallery of Canada
June 29-October 6, 2013
Dutch Landscapes from Rembrandt to van Gogh
March 23-June 16, 2013
Beautiful Monsters: Beasts and Fantastic Creatures in Early European Prints
October 13-March 10, 2013
Misled By Nature: Contemporary Art and the Baroque
September 15-January 6, 2013
June 3–September 23, 2012
Icons of Modernism
February 11–May 21, 2012
19th Century French Photographs
September 24-January 29, 2012
Lawren Harris Abstractions
March 25-September 11, 2011
The Symbolist Muse: A Collection of Prints from the National Gallery of Canada
November 20, 2010-March 13, 2011

M.C. ESCHER: The Mathemagician

June 19-October 11, 2010

PIRANESI’S PRISONS: Architecture of Mystery and Imagination

June 19-November 7, 2010

Francisco Goya: The Disasters of War and Los Caprichos

January 31-May 30, 2010