Kleskun Hills Park is a geological sightseeing and historical destination located east of Grande Prairie and the site’s 90 hectares is the most northern occurrence of a badlands landscape in Alberta.
The name ‘White Nurse’ is a slang term for heroin and morphine. The exhibition Blair Brennan: White Nurse presents a series of 20 artworks that portray Brennan’s battle and rehabilitation from the addiction to prescription pain medication.
The exhibition When We Were Young features the work of five talented female artists from Medicine Hat. Each artist was invited to interpret and respond to the theme ‘when we were young.’
In the exhibition Ramen Love, artist Sarah Gonzales celebrates the global food sensation ramen noodles. Sparked by her love of ramen, she explores the roots of this noodle and its mid-twentieth-century journey from Asia to North America.
Featuring art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts this exhibition, inspired by Hierynomous Bosch’s masterwork The Garden of Earthly Delights, examines the earthly ‘garden’ as expressed by artists from Alberta and the influence of the past on contemporary artistic practices.
Featuring paintings, drawings and photography by five contemporary artists, this exhibition investigates life in Fort McMurray and the boreal forest region.
This exhibition, which begins travelling in September, 2017, celebrates the eclectic artistic career of senior Edmonton artist and arts educator Graham Peacock.
A walk through Alberta’s northern woodlands reveals a beautiful world. Listen closely and you will hear layers of distinctive sounds and wandering through the landscape the dance of sun and shadows clears and illuminates your vision.
While recovering from a gunshot wound to his left thigh in 1904, Frederick Herbert (Bert) Riggall (1884-1959) came across an image that would alter his life’s course; a photograph of a mountain ram standing on a cliff and gazing out over the Rocky Mountains.
Basic in construction yet intricate in output - looms are the apparatus that bring Liv Pedersen’s narratives to life. Since the 1970s the artist has been creating small-scale weavings using a primitive Dutch plank loom.