2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq
HOURS: tue-wed 11am-5pm; thu 11am-8pm; fri-sun 10am-5pm.
ADMISSION: 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, members free.
Opening Apr 13 Cul-de-Sac. The works of Douglas Cardinal, Christoph Gielen and Isabelle Hayeur question our assumptions about growth, mounting a disconnect between urban habitat and our responsibility to the natural environment.
To May 19 Boarder X brings together interdisciplinary contemporary art from artists of Indigenous nations across Canada who surf, skate, and snowboard. Vernon Ah Kee: cantchant. Referencing the 2005 Cronulla race riots that took place near Sydney, Australia, it provides a compelling statement on the racially motivated conflicts between white Australians and more recent, non-Western immigrants to the country.
Ongoing Kablusiak: akunnirun kuupak.
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.
Works of Peter von Tiesenhausen
Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada