Exhibition
A Warm Melancholy Gallery Exhibition | Carmen Madsen

A Warm Melancholy Gallery Exhibition | Carmen Madsen September 11 – October 23, 2021 Casa – Passage Gallery FREE Carmen Madsen is a multidisciplinary artist, primarily exploring the intertwined conversations between drawing, painting, and sculpture. Madsen will graduate from the University of Lethbridge in the Spring of 2021 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in […]

A Warm Melancholy Gallery Exhibition | Carmen Madsen September 11 – October 23, 2021 Casa – Passage Gallery FREE Carmen Madsen is a multidisciplinary artist, primarily exploring the intertwined conversations between drawing, painting, and sculpture. Madsen will graduate from the University of Lethbridge in the Spring of 2021 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in […]

Lines and Void Gallery Exhibition | Maria Z. Madacky

Lines and Void Gallery Exhibition | Maria Z. Madacky September 11 – October 23, 2021 Casa – Project Space FREE Maria Z. Madacky’s artistic practice is rooted in mythology, folklore, and ancient beliefs. She uses primarily drawing and installation art to explore such themes as liminality, altered states of consciousness, the nature of our reality, […]

Lines and Void Gallery Exhibition | Maria Z. Madacky September 11 – October 23, 2021 Casa – Project Space FREE Maria Z. Madacky’s artistic practice is rooted in mythology, folklore, and ancient beliefs. She uses primarily drawing and installation art to explore such themes as liminality, altered states of consciousness, the nature of our reality, […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: Almost Actual | Catherine Burgess

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: ALMOST ACTUAL | CATHERINE BURGESS July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 aLmost actuaL, a heuristic approach to art practice, unveils the precision of thought and creative process as experience. The naming of the sculptures becomes an active part of completing the creation of the sculpture. Name is not separated from the […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: ALMOST ACTUAL | CATHERINE BURGESS July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 aLmost actuaL, a heuristic approach to art practice, unveils the precision of thought and creative process as experience. The naming of the sculptures becomes an active part of completing the creation of the sculpture. Name is not separated from the […]

The Gallery at Casa: Cloud Cover – Andrew Rabyniuk

The Gallery at Casa: Cloud Cover – Andrew Rabyniuk Gallery Exhibition September 11, 2021 – January 15, 2022 Casa – Focus Gallery Andrew Rabyniuk is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. He has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the country. From 2017 – 2019 he co-organized events and exhibitions as a member of Trap/door […]

The Gallery at Casa: Cloud Cover – Andrew Rabyniuk Gallery Exhibition September 11, 2021 – January 15, 2022 Casa – Focus Gallery Andrew Rabyniuk is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. He has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the country. From 2017 – 2019 he co-organized events and exhibitions as a member of Trap/door […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: PERFORMING EDUCATIONAL MODERNISM | SABINE BITTER & HELMUT WEBER July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Performing Educational Modernism centres on a period of post-war architecture and how the design of space influences learning. The 1960s and 1970s were a time when radical approaches in the design of learning spaces transformed the […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: There Are No Walls, Only Shimmering Membranes | Morgan Melenka

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: THERE ARE NO WALLS, ONLY SHIMMERING MEMBRANES | MORGAN MELENKA July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Morgan Melenka’s intervention into the architecture of the Art Library uses Formica-clad columns, mirrors and a printed floor pattern to contemplate the simulations of our built environments. Formica laminates used in countertops and cabinets are […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: THERE ARE NO WALLS, ONLY SHIMMERING MEMBRANES | MORGAN MELENKA July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Morgan Melenka’s intervention into the architecture of the Art Library uses Formica-clad columns, mirrors and a printed floor pattern to contemplate the simulations of our built environments. Formica laminates used in countertops and cabinets are […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: INTO THE STREETS PUBLIC ART SERIES: ULTRA VIOLET | MATTHEW CARDINAL July 3, to November 14, 2021 As part of SAAG’s ongoing Into the Streets Public Art Series, Matthew Cardinal created a photographic mural of urban flora on the front windows of the SAAG using purple colour negative film. Cardinal’s photography […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: Almost Actual | Catherine Burgess

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: ALMOST ACTUAL | CATHERINE BURGESS July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 aLmost actuaL, a heuristic approach to art practice, unveils the precision of thought and creative process as experience. The naming of the sculptures becomes an active part of completing the creation of the sculpture. Name is not separated from the […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: ALMOST ACTUAL | CATHERINE BURGESS July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 aLmost actuaL, a heuristic approach to art practice, unveils the precision of thought and creative process as experience. The naming of the sculptures becomes an active part of completing the creation of the sculpture. Name is not separated from the […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: PERFORMING EDUCATIONAL MODERNISM | SABINE BITTER & HELMUT WEBER July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Performing Educational Modernism centres on a period of post-war architecture and how the design of space influences learning. The 1960s and 1970s were a time when radical approaches in the design of learning spaces transformed the […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: There Are No Walls, Only Shimmering Membranes | Morgan Melenka

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: THERE ARE NO WALLS, ONLY SHIMMERING MEMBRANES | MORGAN MELENKA July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Morgan Melenka’s intervention into the architecture of the Art Library uses Formica-clad columns, mirrors and a printed floor pattern to contemplate the simulations of our built environments. Formica laminates used in countertops and cabinets are […]

Southern Alberta Art Gallery: THERE ARE NO WALLS, ONLY SHIMMERING MEMBRANES | MORGAN MELENKA July 3, to Sept 12, 2021 Morgan Melenka’s intervention into the architecture of the Art Library uses Formica-clad columns, mirrors and a printed floor pattern to contemplate the simulations of our built environments. Formica laminates used in countertops and cabinets are […]