With exhibitions changing several times a year, there is always something new to see at your AGA.
Please note, The Scene’s opening will be delayed due to current COVID-19 requirements and subsequent AGA closure.
The Scene brings together and amplifies energetic and dynamic voices in Edmonton’s visual arts.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, and curated by Lindsey Sharman and Danielle Siemens.
Jude Griebel: Barn Skull
Jude Griebel's large-scale work Barn Skull blends the faces of a barn with an ageing farmer, creating an anthropomorphic character that pays homage to the many homesteads and family farms that now sit abandoned across Alberta.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, and curated by Lindsey Sharman. Presented by Capital Powered Art, an exhibition series sponsored by Capital Power Corporation.
Anna Hawkins: Blue Light Blue
Anna Hawkins’ new film Blue Light Blue examines contemporary relationships to screens and devices.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, and curated by Lindsey Sharman. The RBC New Works Gallery features new artworks by Alberta artists and continues the Art Gallery of Alberta’s tradition of supporting and promoting Alberta artists.
Black Every Day
This exhibition marks the 15th anniversary of 5 Artists 1 Love, an organization that promotes the vibrancy of Edmonton's African Canadian communities.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, and curated by Darren W. Jordan.
Cornelia Hahn Oberlander: Genius Loci
Cornelia Hahn Oberlander: Genius Loci explores the work of the Canadian landscape architect who from the 1950s until the present has revealed new means of understanding the human connection to the natural environment.
Cornelia Hahn Oberlander : Genius Loci explore la carrière de l’architecte paysagiste canadienne qui, des années 1950 jusqu’à aujourd’hui, a révélé de nouvelles manières de concevoir la relation entre les humains et les environnements naturels.