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photoAlberta Craft Gallery
10186 106th St NW
Edmonton, AB
T5J 1H4
Tel: 780-488-6611
Fax:

Hours: mon-sat 10am-5pm thurs 10am-6pm
E-mail: news@albertacraft.ab.ca
Web: www.albertacraft.ab.ca

Alberta's only public gallery dedicated to fine craft presents over 15 exhibitions each year. The gallery shop offers contemporary and traditional fine craft - pottery, blown glass, jewellery, fibre, home accessories, furniture and much more - all handmade by Alberta and Canadian craft artists.

Feature Gallery To Aug 19 Women's Hands Building a Nation. Chinook Guild of Fibre Arts commemorates Canada's 150th anniversary of confederation. Discovery Gallery Jun 3-Jul 15 Threads that Bind. Calgary artist Ann Haessel blurs the boundaries between traditional fabric art, painting, and mixed media. Jul 22-Sep 2 Relocations. Sam Knopp’s (Irma) functional ceramics subvert expectations and reference her recent geographic transition. Jul 22-Sep 2 Painted with Fire. Ken Lumbis’s (Grande Prairie) ceramic sculptures highlight intriguing effects achieved through pit firing.


photoAlberta Printmakers Gallery and Studio
4025 4th St SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 2W3
Tel: 403-287-1056
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Hours: wed-sat 11am-4pm, +15 Window, Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts, Arts Commons, 205 8th Ave SE
E-mail: director@albertaprintmakers.com
Web: www.albertaprintmakers.com

Alberta Printmakers facilitates contemporary interpretations of print media in culture. A/P is committed to excellence in the arts through the provision of exhibitions programming, production facilities for printmaking, and educational opportunities.

Jun 2-Jul 15 Miriam Rudolph / disPOSSESSION, a series of prints telling the story of deforestation and dislocation of indigenous people in the Paraguayan Chaco, one of the largest forests in South America.


photoArt Gallery of Alberta
2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, AB
T5J 2C1
Tel: 780-392-2468
Fax:
780-426-3105
Hours: tues & fri 11am-5pm wed-thurs 10am-8pm sat-sun 10am-5pm. Admission: members free, adults $12.50, seniors (65+)/students $8.50, children under 6 free, children 7-17 $8.50, family (up to 2 adults + 4 children) $26.50
E-mail: info@youraga.ca
Web: www.youraga.ca

<p>The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world. The AGA also offers a full-range of art education and public programs. Founded in 1924, the Art Gallery of Alberta maintains a collection of more than 6,000 objects and is the oldest cultural institution in Alberta and the only museum in the province solely dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of art and visual culture. The AGA underwent a major re-building project. Designed by Los Angeles architect Randall Stout, the 85,000 sq foot (7,900 sq metres) new AGA opened to the public on January 31, 2010. The new Gallery features three floors of premiere exhibition space; the City of Edmonton Terrace; the Singhmar Centre for Art Education; Zinc resto lounge; Shop AGA; Ledcor Theatre and an Art Rental and Sales Gallery.</p>

To Sep 10 for the time being: 2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art teams the Art Gallery of Alberta with Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity’s Walter Phillips Gallery to bring viewers never-before exhibited works by 24 Alberta artists, showing concurrently in both locations. To Sep 24 Gretzky is Everywhere. Technology meets pop art in this exhibition featuring Andy Warhol’s celebrated 1984 print Wayne Gretzky 99. See it in several galleries across the country at the same time via live video feed from each venue. To Oct 8 Past Imperfect: A Canadian History Project is not a complete or comprehensive visual history of Canada—it is an accumulation of stories and associations between works of art and moments in Canadian history. RBC Work Room Zachary Ayotte + Nulle Part—Shelter. A six-week artist residency culminating in an exhibition featuring sound, installation, and photography, and exploring the boundaries between public and private, light and dark, seen and unseen. To Nov 12 Cutline: From the Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail. This exhibition of press photographs uses select image captions to highlight the pictorial conventions employed by news photographers and picture editors from the 1950s through 1980s. To Dec 31 Atelier is a creation space for you to explore, experiment, and problem-solve. Use analog and digital animation techniques to make simple animations, build sets, and record your story.


photoArt Gallery of St. Albert
19 Perron St
St. Albert, AB
T8N 1E5
Tel: 780-460-4310
Fax:
780-460-9537
Hours: tues-sat 10am-5pm thurs 10am-8pm
E-mail: ahfgallery@artsandheritage.ca
Web: www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca

Located in the historic Banque d'Hochelaga building, Art Gallery of St. Albert features contemporary and community exhibitions, brought to life with community programs and events. Education programs offer visual arts opportunities for thousands of children, youth and adults throughout the year.

Jun 1-Jul 29 Technological Wanders: Twyla Exner explores the potential of technology to go awry, spawning mutant living forms that thrive in the manmade landscape. Exner's labour-intensive process marries used, defunct materials with traditional art-making techniques such as weaving, braiding, and knotting. Aug 3-Sep 2 Healing Process: Sima Elizabeth Shefrin, Darian Goldin Stahl, and Gerry Yaum. Three artists use their artistic practice to shed light on treatment, pain, and tragedy, and to reconcile their own emotions and understanding of their experiences.

REPRESENTING: Twyla Exner Elizabeth Shefrin Darian Goldin Stahl Gerry Yaum


photoBluerock Gallery
110 Centre Ave W
Black Diamond, AB
T0L 0H0
Tel: 403-933-5047
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Hours: daily 10am-6pm including holidays and by appt
E-mail: store@bluerockgallery.ca
Web: www.bluerockgallery.ca

A destination gallery in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, committed to representing local, handmade, one-of-a-kind fine art and fine craft in a wide range of media, and a warm, inspirational and eclectic shopping experience.

A destination for handmade, one-of-a-kind fine art and craft. We represent close to 200 artists, most of whom live and work within 100 miles of the gallery.

REPRESENTING: Visual Art: Barbara Ballachey, Rick Berg, Erin Boake, Blanca Botero-Fuentes, Robert Byrne, Steve Coffey, Richard Connor, Connie Gerts, Jeri-Lyn Ing, Maryanne Jespersen, Eleanor Lowden, Jennifer Mack, Jana Milne, Dana Roman, Janice Tanton, Mady Thiel-Kopstein, Claire Uhlick, Dirk van Wyk, Pam Weber, and David Zimmerman; Pottery: David Barnes, Alysse Bowd, Katie Borrowman, Sally Dobbin, Judith Green, Lance Hall (Stillpoint), Patricia Hartnagel, Neil Liske, Tammy Parks-Legge, John Robertson, Julia Rayne Schumacher, Ruby Serben, Ellen Statz, Sam Uhlick; Jewellery: Shelagh Blatz, Linda Catt, Linda Chow, Sheila Fendall, Jesper Jensen, Laura McIvor, Neshka, Alicia Niles, Amy Ragsdale, Lena Skadegard, JP Jutras, Ellinor Stenroos; Wood: Dave Beeman, Jim Coffey, Ron Falconer, Ken Hawtin, Mike Mulvey, Jim Osenton, Rick Wiebe; Glass: Carl Belyea, John Cooper, Julia Reimer, Tyler Rock, Jay Lamb, Nicole Tremblay; Fibre Arts: Elizabeth Ellis-Bassett, Anne Fetterly, Ilya Oratovsky, Dana Roman, Heide Tieleman, Deb Turner; Lighting: Lynn Melanson; Metal: James Greisinger, Crys Harse


photoBugera Matheson Gallery
10345 124th St NW
Edmonton, AB
T5N 1R1
Tel: 780-482-2854
Fax:

Hours: tues-fri 11am-5:00pm; sat 10 am-5:30pm
E-mail: angela@bugeramathesongallery.com
Web: www.bugeramathesongallery.com

The Bugera Matheson Gallery represents Canadian artists with an diverse collection of contemporary works by established, mid-career and a select group of emerging artists. We invite you to come to the gallery. Whether you are in the market to buy or to peruse and enjoy... it is your experience, our role is to help facilitate it.

To Jun 9 Kim Atlin: Where the lines are drawn. Atlin's new series of paintings takes us into the urban forests and gardens of our cities. Jul 8-22 Steven Shellenberger: Way Out There, colourful textile works with a painterly composition and a graffiti-style narrative. Aug 4-19 Kerensa Haynes: In the Mood, landscapes that are loose, dynamic, and complex.

REPRESENTING: Scott Plear - RCA, Ernestine Tahedl - RCA, OSA, Ken Wallace - RCA, Jamie Evrard, Peter Deacon - RCA, Jane Everett, Casey McGlynn, Michele Drouin- RCA, Shawn Serfas, Les Graff RCA, Terry Fenton, and more.


photoChristine Klassen Gallery
200-321 50th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 2B3
Tel: 403-262-1880
Fax:

Hours: tues-sat 10am-5pm or by appt
E-mail: info@christineklassengallery.com
Web: www.christineklassengallery.com

Christine Klassen Gallery / CKG represents a dynamic group of artists united by their craft-intensive approach to artmaking. CKG endeavours to stimulate gallery visitors through innovative projects and exhibitions of painting, drawing, photography and sculpture.

To May 6 Bénédicte Dussère: New Paintings, paintings and drawings by the Paris-based former graphic designer. ckuzmanovich: heartbreakaccelerating. ckuzmaovich's extensive design background informs his current body of work-paintings that suggest abstracted architecture as indicated with scratches, areas of bold colour, and surface exploration. May 11-Jun 24 Brad Woodfin & Zane Wilcox.

REPRESENTING: Karrie Arthurs, Daniel Barkley, Mike Binzer, Kevin Boyle, Ronald Boaks, Gary Campbell, Susan Collett, Ben Cope, Dale Dunning, Bénédicte Dussère, Sarah Fuller, Jean-François Gromaire, Aron Hill, France Jodoin, Madeleine Lamont, Michael Levin, Lori Lukasewich, Patricia Macdonald, Alexandre Masino, Lisa Matthias, Lee Nielsen, Ulrich Panzer, Birgit Piskor, Teresa Posyniak, Sean William Randall, Michael Schreiner, Colin Smith, Leesa Streifler, Diana Thorneycroft, Debra Van Tuinen, Verna Vogel, Carl White, Zane Wilcox and Brad Woodfin.


photoCollectors' Gallery of Art (The)
1332 9th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 0T3
Tel: 403-245-8300
Fax:
403-245-8315
Hours: tues-fri 10am-5:30pm sat 10am-5pm
E-mail: mail@cgoart.com
Web: www.collectorsgalleryofart.com

The Collectors' Gallery of Art specializes in important Canadian art from the 19th and the 20th century including early topographical paintings, Canadian impressionists and the Group of Seven. The Collectors' Gallery represents over 30 prominent Canadian contemporary artists.

Jun 10-30 Revolving group show of works by gallery artists.


photoContemporary Calgary
117 8th Ave SW (at Stephen Ave)
Calgary, AB
T2P 1B4
Tel: 403-770-1350
Fax:
403-264-8077
Hours: wed-sun 12-6pm during exhibitions
E-mail: info@contemporarycalgary.com
Web: www.contemporarycalgary.com

Contemporary Calgary is contributing to a global city of choice by engaging Calgarians with the art of our times through exhibitions, distinguished speaker series, outreach and education programs.

To Jul 30 Utopia Factory, a research and exhibition project comprising three parts: When Form Becomes Attitude, Research Station, and Architecture and National Identity. The project investigates how state-building relates to city-building, while tracing how architecture and monuments inform memory, community-building, and representations of nationhood. Jul 7-Aug 15 WILD, a three-part exhibition, film, and performance art project offering resistant de-colonized and interspecies counter views to problematize frontier narratives. See website for details.

REPRESENTING: With works by Maria Flawia Litwin, Bear Witness, Kotama Bouabane, Morehshin Allahyari, Christian Jankowski, Isabelle Hayeur, Shelagh Keeley, Babak Golkar, Mark Clintberg, Nils Norman, Julian Rosefeldt, Adrian Stimson, and C.D. Hoy.


photoEsker Foundation
444-1011 9th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 0H7
Tel: 403-930-2490
Fax:

Hours: tues-sun 11am-6pm thurs & fri 11am-8pm
E-mail:
Web: www.eskerfoundation.com

The Esker Foundation is the largest privately funded, non-commercial contemporary gallery in Calgary. Esker is committed to the advancement of contemporary art through the production and presentation of innovative artistic and curatorial projects.

To Aug 27 Jason de Haan: Oh for eyes! At night we dream of eyes! New and recent works exploring our ephemeral position within the epic dialogue of evolutionary time. To Aug 27 Anton Vidokle: The Communist Revolution Was Caused By The Sun. The second film of Anton Vidokle’s trilogy on Russian cosmism looks at the poetic dimension of solar cosmology of Soviet biophysicist Alexander Chizhevsky. Project Space To Jul 23 Laura Dutton: Night Comes On, video installation.


photoEsplanade Art Gallery
401 First St SE
Medicine Hat, AB
T1A 8W2
Tel: 403-502-8793
Fax:
403-502-8589
Hours: mon-fri 10am-5pm sat & holidays 12-5pm
E-mail: esplanade@medicinehat.ca
Web: www.esplanade.ca

Every year, the Esplanade Art Gallery presents ten to twelve exhibitions of contemporary and historical art by local, provincial, national and international artists that are enriched and animated by a wide range of public programs for all ages, including talks, workshops, tours and classes.

To Jul 1 Oh Ceramics! Inspired by the rich history of ceramics in Medicine Hat and in celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation, this group exhibition features artists from across Canada, each of whom is unique in their approach to making pots, sculptures, and installations in the medium of clay. To Jul 1 The Wild: Jenn Demke-Lange, ceramic and illustration-based works by the Medicine Hat ceramist. Focusing on the theme of Canada's 150th, the exhibition presents engaging stories about people experiencing Canada's great outdoors, through works that seamlessly intertwine handwork with digital processes.

REPRESENTING: Jenn Demke-Lange Alwyn O’Brien Candice Ring Carmela Laganse John Kurok Juliana Rempel Kelli Rey Marianne Chénard Martin Tagseth Mary Anne Barkhouse Michael Flaherty Noriko Masuda Pierre Aupilardjuk Rachel de Condé Russel Hackney Sarah Pike Stewart Jacobs Veronica Horlik


photoFounders' Gallery
4520 Crowchild Trail SW
Calgary, AB
T2T 5J4
Tel: 403-410-2340
Fax:

Hours: mon-fri 9am-5pm sat & sun 9:30am-4pm
E-mail: founders@ucalgary.ca
Web: www.founders.ucalgary.ca

The Founders' Gallery is a temporary exhibition space run by the University of Calgary in the Military Museums. The gallery shows both historical and contemporary exhibitions dealing with the themes of human conflict.

To Aug 27 War Stories 1917, focuses on the individuals who fought, died in, and contributed to the pivotal battles of 1917: Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, and Passchendaele. Works by Jason Baerg, Dianne Bos, and Adrian Stimson.

REPRESENTING: Jason Baerg, Dianne Bos, Adrian Stimson.


photoGlenbow
130 9th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G OP3
Tel: 403-268-4100
Fax:
403-262-4045
Hours: tues-sat 9am-5pm sun 12-5pm. Admission: adults $16, seniors & students $11, youth (7-17) $10, family (2 adults & 4 youth) $40, children under 6 free, members free
E-mail: glenbow@glenbow.org
Web: www.glenbow.org

At Glenbow, history buffs, art lovers and pop culture fanatics can all find something inspiring. Our collection boasts over a million artifacts and some 30,000 works of art, making Glenbow one of the largest museums in Canada. Visitors can explore fascinating historical galleries and exhibitions of art and culture from around the world. Glenbow is conveniently located in downtown Calgary on Stephen Avenue Mall, just steps from the Calgary Tower and one block away from the C-Train LRT line.

Jun 17-Sep 10 Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience, Kent Monkman's new, large scale project addresses Canada's Sesquicentennial in 2017. The exhibition takes the viewer on a journey through 300 years of Canada's history, narrating a story of Canada through the lens of First Nations' resilience. Jun 17-Sep 10 Romancing the Canoe, explores how the elegant craft has been celebrated in Canadian art from the early 19th century to the 21st. To Sep 10 North of Ordinary: The Arctic Photographs of Geraldine and Douglas Moodie. The exhibition draws on an extraordinary 2015 donation to Glenbow of almost 500 vintage negatives from the Moodies, as well as the photographers' diaries, reports, and photo registers. Curated by Susan Kooyman. Presented in conjunction with the Exposure Photography Festival.

REPRESENTING: M.N. Hutchinson, Maxwell Bates, John Snow, Laura Evans Reid, W.L. Stevenson, Dorothy Henzell Willis, Bill Viola, Geraldine Moodie, Douglas Moodie, David Altmejd


photoHerringer Kiss Gallery
709A 11th Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0E3
Tel: 403-228-4889
Fax:
403-228-4809
Hours: tues-fri 10am-5:30pm sat 11am-5pm
E-mail: info@herringerkissgallery.com
Web: www.herringerkissgallery.com

Herringer Kiss Gallery, established in 2002 by Deborah Herringer Kiss, focuses on contemporary fine art by emerging, mid-career and established artists from across Canada and the United States. The gallery's programming includes, solo, duo, group and thematic exhibitions in all mediums that support interesting and engaging dialogue of the current art world. The gallery is dedicated to the promotion of our artists and placement of their work in important collections as well as working with individual clients to assist them in building strong collections.

To Jun 10 Angela Grossman: Models of Resistance, new works that address the role performance plays in the assumption and persistence of gender identity in a postmodern world. Jun 22-Jul 15 Mario Trejo: Accumulated Relics of Arduous Performances of Repeated Gestures. Mario Trejo’s works are accumulations of thousands of quickly drawn idiosyncratic marks. The amalgamations of hundreds of thousands of marks/circles/ lines in varying densities begin to resemble pocket universes, each a relic of an arduous performance of repeated gestures. Jun 22-Jul 15 Brigitta Kocsis: Contingent Bodies, work exploring the space between representation and abstraction. In her current work, Kocsis focuses on the representation of the body undergoing transformation, abandoning formal purity and desiring disengagement from the human condition due to contemporary digital technologies and hopelessness. Jul 5-Aug 6 Annual Art for Food Show and Sale in Support of the Calgary Food Bank.

REPRESENTING: Fiona Ackerman, Elizabeth Barnes, David Burdeny, Eszter Burghardt, Curtis Cutshaw, Renee Duval, Marjan Eggermont, Dennis Ekstedt, Toni Hafkenscheid, Siobhan Humston, Laurel Johannesson, Harry Kiyooka, Bill Laing, Angela Leach, Eric Louie, Katie Ohe, Reinhard Skoracki, Mario Trejo, Ben van Netten, Lauren Walker, Ken Webb, Michael Davidson, Joe Fleming, Nate McLeod, Jason Frizzell, Tia Halliday and Angela Grossmann.


photoNewzones
730 11th Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0E4
Tel: 403-266-1972
Fax:

Hours: tues-fri 10:30am-5pm sat 11am-5pm
E-mail: info@newzones.com
Web: www.newzones.com

Opened in 1992, Newzones represents leading names in contemporary Canadian art. Working with painting, sculpture, and photo-based works, the gallery has successfully developed strong regional, national, and international followings for its artists. The focus of these efforts has been an exciting program of curated exhibitions, International Art Fair participation, and publishing projects. Newzones has a commitment to new art as well as "new to Calgary art", constantly introducing internationally renowned artists to the public. Our services range from consulting, collection building, installation, to fine art appraisals.

Jul 8-29 G'ddy up! The annual group exhibition that coincides with the Calgary Stampede. Showcases work by artists who seek to explore the contemporary cowboy culture. Jul 8-Aug 26 Sunscreen, our annual summer group exhibition that's like a carousel--constantly rotating. To celebrate the sunshine, we will display vibrant paintings, photographs, and sculptures.

REPRESENTING: Joseph Adolphe, Michael Batty, Yehouda Chaki, Vicky Christou, Cathy Daley, Krisofir Dean, Emily Filler, Bill Fisher, Jonathan Forrest, Yechel Gagnon, Heather Graham, Bradley Harms, Peter Hoffer, Sophie Jodoin, Christopher Kier, Anda Kubis, Marie Lannoo, Don Maynard, Timothy McDowell, Jeff Nachtigall, Catherine Perehudoff, Rebecca Perehudoff, Colleen Philippi, Don Pollack, Rana Rochat, Pat Service, Ron Shuebrook, Kevin Sonmor, Samantha Walrod, Laura Wood, Mark Birksted, Evelyne Brader-Frank, Shayne Dark, Sophie DeFrancesca, David Pellettier, David Robinson, Dianne Bos, Franco DeFrancesca, John Folsom, James Holroyd, Joshua Jensen-Nagle, Virginia Mak, Stuart McCall, Sarah Nind, Joe Andoe, Charles Arnoldi, Donald Baechler, Ross Bleckner, Deborah Kass, Alex Katz, William Perehudoff (1918-2013), Julian Schnabel, Donald Sultan


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