Cannupa Hanksa Luger, Light Bison, 2021. Digital video and regalia on mannequins. Courtesy of the Artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York. Photo: Brandon Soder, 2023.
Join us September 29 to celebrate the opening of our fall exhibitions, including: Second Skin, Boreal Barometer: The Art of Observation and Well-Being, Between Things: Alberta Ceramics and A Link With Nature: Early Botanical Photography, 1850 – 1950.
From textiles and Boreal Forest-inspired art to ceramics and botanical photography, there is something for everyone!
Members will have a preview of the exhibitions at 6pm with opening remarks to begin at 6:20pm. Light refreshments will be served and drinks will be available for purchase.
The public will have access to the opening from 7:30 to 9pm.
About the Exhibitions
Second Skin explores the symbolic potential of objects of adornment. This exhibition is presented by TD Ready Commitment.
Boreal Barometer: The Art of Observation and Well-Being presents artworks from arts students and staff from Portage College, located in Lac La Biche, Alberta, an historically important and culturally rich community within the Natural Region of the Boreal Forest. Organized by Portage College and Art Sales and Rental.
Between Things: Alberta Ceramics includes sculptures and installations made by Alberta contemporary artists committed to clay to ask how ceramics can activate our experience of and relationship to the world around us. Presented by the Poole Centre of Design.
A Link With Nature: Early Botanical Photography, 1850 – 1950 traces the enduring influence of nature as photographic subject matter from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century.
All other exhibitions (including From Warhol to Banksy organized by the Kelowna Art Gallery) and our shopAGA will also be open.