Events

07 Nov

Jacqueline Huskisson: Liminal Spaces

November 7, 2023 - February 3, 2024    
All Day
Examining uncertainty in the face of an ever-shifting reality is central to Jacqueline Huskisson’s art practice. Her exhibition, Liminal Spaces, embraces the uncanny. Taking the [...]
17 Jan

The Drawer Boy

January 17, 2024 - February 4, 2024    
All Day
A Canadian classic! A young actor from the big city stays with two farmers to gather stories about rural life for a play he is [...]
20 Jan

"An Index of Sorts" by Rachel Livedalen

January 20, 2024 - February 17, 2024    
All Day
An Index of Sorts is an installation of screeprinted paper forming a grid-like design across the walls of the gallery.  Within the grid pattern are [...]
20 Jan

Special speaker series featuring Dan Cardinal

January 20, 2024 - February 17, 2024    
All Day
The Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert is thrilled to present a special speaker series featuring Dan Cardinal of the Métis Nation of Alberta on January 20 [...]
20 Jan

The In-Betweens by Alison James

January 20, 2024 - February 17, 2024    
All Day
The In-Betweens analyzes the creation, storage, and recollection of Alison James’ episodic memories. Five emotional, unnerving animations loop within the gallery, and are installed alongside [...]
31 Oct

The Musée Héritage Museum presents "First Languages"

October 31, 2023 - February 24, 2024    
All Day
The Musée Héritage Museum (part of the Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert) is pleased to present its latest exhibition that showcases the original [...]
13 Nov

Wâpakwanîwin (To bloom, it has many flowers)

November 13, 2023 - March 10, 2024    
All Day
Cultivate your creativity! Meander through our wild rose garden to nourish and nurture your ideas, dreams and inspirations. Take a deep breath, linger and release, [...]
Damian Moppett: Untitled Abstract Drawing in Space

Damian Moppett: Untitled Abstract Drawing in Space

March 17, 2020 - December 31, 2024    
11:00 am
The Art Gallery of Alberta commissioned Canadian artist Damian Moppett to create an installation for long-term display in the AGA Atrium. This work is intended to be a scaled-up sketch that occupies the space in the AGA's atrium as if it was drawn in the air. Shapes and lines are fabricated out of cut aluminum plate, which have been arranged and painted to recreate a 'fast' artistic abstract drawing. Moppett's recent large-scale public sculptures have all been centered around the idea of making a relatively 'quick' drawing or painting into a large three-dimensional sculpture while still trying to convey the immediate graphic simplicity of the original drawing or painting. This work will maintain the qualities of a sketch with drawing materials and blow them up to architectural or larger-than-life scale.