The Art Gallery of Alberta is producing a podcast series titled In Conversation; designed to complement the content of AGA exhibitions by providing listeners with interviews from exhibiting AGA artists and other creative professionals.
What do you think Edmonton will look like in the future? Taking inspiration from Kelly Richardson’s dystopic “Mariner 9”, featured in Turbulent Landings: The NGC 2017 Canadian Biennial, we invite you to turn Edmonton cityscapes into visions of utopian or dystopian futures and share your images with us on social media.
Are you excited about the arts and eager to share your passion with others? Are you interested in learning more about AGA exhibitions and programs? We are seeking engaging and outgoing volunteers with a range of arts experience to join our Exhibition Guide program.
The AGA is looking to showcase local musical acts and visual artists as part of the series. The evening will also feature a special menu, drinks by Zinc and open exhibitions to round out this fun music-centered evening
For the first installment of the RBC Work Room, artist Zachary Ayotte and music duo Nulle Part worked together on an on-site creative collaboration for a developmental period of six weeks. The artists worked in the space and revealed their creative practices to the public and allowed gallery visitors to see the progressive development of the exhibition from beginning to end.