Art Gallery of Alberta

Talks, Films & More



Join us in the Ledcor Theatre for free, exhibition related film screenings, taking place one Wednesday evening per month.


The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1945
Wednesday, March 29, 7pm
Ledcor Theatre

Based on the well-known book by Oscar Wilde, the film follows the life of the handsome Dorian Gray. As time passes, the morally corrupt Gray does not age, but hidden up in his attic, a portrait of Gray slowly becomes uglier with each of his transgressions.

This film is being screened in connection with The Looking Glass.


Film Night: EXistenZ, 1999
Wednesday, April 19, 7pm
Ledcor Theatre

Set sometime in the future where video games merge with virtual reality, game designer Allegra Geller tests out her newest creation – eXistenZ. When the only copy of eXistenZ is damaged, Geller must try to work with Ted Pikul, a technology resister, to help her save the game.

This Canadian sci-fi- film is being screened in connection with the exhibition Survival Guide and is being shown in partnership with National Canadian Film Day by REEL Canada.

This film is being screened in connection with Survival Guide

Art for Lunch

Art for Lunch


Art for Lunch 2016– Now a Tour Program!

Third Thursday of the Month
12:10 – 12:50 pm
Free with Admission

Are you ravenous for deeper learning about art? Join one of our skilled Gallery Attendants each month for an insightful perspective on an AGA exhibition or exhibited artwork, and then explore the core themes through looking at art together.

March 16
Clocks for Seeing: Photography, Time and Motion

April 20
The Looking Glass

Podcasts and Recordings

Podcasts and Recordings

Feb 2017 | Blaine Campbell: Cyclorama

Dec 2016 | Hannah Doerksen: A Story We Tell Ourselves About Ourselves

Sept 2016 | Damian Moppett + Ron Moppett (Every Story Has Two Sides)

March 2016 | Out of the Woods: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven
Episode 1

April 2016 | Out of the Woods: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven
Episode 2