To Jul 8
Lawren Harris: Canadian Visionary. Artwork on paper, oil sketches and paintings from between 1906-1960.
To Jul 8
Kim Stewart: INJUN-uity or Growing Up Pop. Digital artwork, paintings and installation by Métis artist Stewart utilize humour and parody to examine pop-cultural misrepresentations of indignity and their impact upon forming identity.
Opening Jul 19
Dan Brault: Atomic Love. Québec City artist Brault in his first exhibition in Western Canada draws on outdoor subject matter including fishing, camping and other interests that are compelling, upbeat and designed as an antidote to the disquiet adrift in the world today.
Opening Jul 20
Robert Dyson: ContraStructural. Local artist Dyson transcends boundaries between sculpture and painting incorporating trompe l’oeil techniques and theatre craft to fashion artwork.
INJUN-uity, or Growing Up Pop