Southern Alberta Art Gallery
601 Third Ave S
Hours: tues-sat 10am-5pm thur 10 am-7 pm sun 1-5pm. Admission: general $5, students/seniors $4, groups $3 per person, members & children under 12 free
A dynamic variety of contemporary art programs and exhibitions are offered at this nationally recognized gallery set in a downtown park. Programs include tours, art classes, film screenings and special events.
To Nov 26 Jeneen Frei Njootli: red rose ad lidii a collection of printed images, video, objects, and performance that draw upon her personal collection of beadwork, which not insignificantly, consists of gifts from friends and family members.
REPRESENTING: Student artists, Derek Liddington, Maria Hupfield
To Nov 26 wherebetween curated by Pantea Haghighi brings together works in video, painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed media by artists of common Iranian heritage.
Dec 9-Feb 4 Tyler Los-Jones: a slow light. Through a collection of photographs, sculpture, and other forms, a slow light aims to generate experiences for wayfinding, disorienting and reorienting our sense of time and space in a complicated present.
Dec 9-Feb 4 Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens: The Golden USB. Through techniques of selection, organization, and systematization, the artists act as ceremonialists of capital realism, converting cultural practices, aesthetic objects, and earthly elements into the purchasable artifacts and services.