GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
ART GALLERY OF ALBERTA POP SHOW! Dazzled by the Everyday Showcasing pop art at its best, this display shares works from the early years of pop art’s history, when postwar commercial images were everywhere and pop artists were emerging in America, Britain and Canada. Until June 7.
Information: 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, youraga.ca, 780-422-6223 ART GALLERY OF ST. ALBERT Talking Creatures Artists Patrick Bulas, Megan Gnanasihamany, Gerri Harden and Trish Shwart use storytelling to communicate the intricacies of human nature and behaviour as well as ethics and shared narratives. Until Saturday.
Information: 19 Perron St., St. Albert, 780-460-4310 or firstname.lastname@example.org ACC DISCOVERY GALLERY Landed Sharon Willas Rubuliak (Sherwood Park) and Judy Weiss (Edmonton) explore connections to prairie people, both past and present using various fibre arts such as quilting, stitching and felting. Until May 23.
Information: 10186 106th St., albertacraft.ab.ca, 780-488-6611 ALBERTA CRAFT COUNCIL FEATURE GALLERY Language of Craft Language of Craft is a special Craft Year 2015 project examining the words, terms and meanings artists use to describe their work and their thoughts on the word “craft.” Until July 4.
Information: 10186 106th St., 780488-6611, email@example.com THE BOOKSTORE Invitation Watercolours invite us to create a better world by respecting the one we have. Until Monday.
Information: 7 Perron St., St. Albert, Karen Blanchet, firstname.lastname@example.org CENTRE D’ARTS VISUELS DE L’ALBERTA Artventure Danièle Petit’s acrylics, Roma Newcombe’s watercolours, Hélène Giguère’s photos, Urmila Z. Das’s acrylics and mixed media and Alouisia Aubin-Desrochers’s acrylics. Until Tuesday.
Information: 9103 95th Ave., Gisèle Boutin Desjardins, 780-461-3427 DOUGLAS UDELL GALLERY Michael Batty and Jeffrey Spalding: Along Modernist Lines Canadian painters Michael Batty and Jeffrey Spalding come together for Along Modernist Lines, an exhibition exploring post-painterly abstraction through bold experimentation in the interplay of colour, movement, chance elements and the edge. Until Saturday.
Information: 10332 124 St., Amy Nelson, 780-488-4445, douglasudellgallery.com ENTERPRISE SQUARE GALLERIES What’s New? at the University of Alberta Museums The University of Alberta Museums presents What’s New? an exhibition featuring art, artifacts and specimens from six of the university’s 29 museum collections, including the world’s largest moths and the oldest insects, a rare ancient Egyptian mummy, 3-D printing in a museum context, works of art by master print-artist Ryoji Ikeda, prints and sculptures by Canadian Inuit artists and more. Please contact museum for hours of operation.
Information: 10230 Jasper Ave., 780-492-5834, email@example.com GALERIE PAVA Regards sur l’art contemporain with Galerie mp tresart This exhibition aims to demonstrate that in the universe of contemporary art, there is accessibility and opportunity to get in touch with the painting, even if there is no realistic reference. Opening reception Saturday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Until June 16.
Information: Gisèle Boutin Desjardins 780-461-3427, savacava.com GALLERY AT MILNER Moment in Time Series by Gisele Jerke Mixed media on canvas and linen. Until May 31.
Information: Stanley A Milner Library 7 Sir Winston Churchill Sq. epl.ca/ art-gallery JAKE’S GALLERY IACC 40th Anniversary Members’ Choice Photo Exhibit The organization is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a camera club with an exhibit and photo book showcasing the works of current members. Friday to May 30.
Information: 10441 123 St., Vincent Morban, 780-435-8231 firstname.lastname@example.org JEFF ALLEN ART GALLERY (JAAG) Out of the Box Maria Sieben’s paintings are colourful, expressive, detailed, full of movement and impressionistic. Reception May 13, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Until May 27.
Information: Linda Ensley, 780
433-5807 LANDO GALLERY Lando Art Auctions at Lando Gallery Lando Art Auctions at Lando Gallery, auction is Sunday at 2 p.m. Preview the auction online any time and in person Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, from noon until 2 p.m. More than 100 original works of art. Artists include Robert Genn, Illingworth Kerr, Dorothy Knowles and more.
Information: 103 — 10310 124 St., landoartauctions.com LATITUDE 53 José Luis Torres: Mutations Argentinian-born, Montrealresiding sculptor Torres presents an exhibition of his recent work. Dramatic and organic compositions of furniture, found items and recovered construction materials that take the shapes of crashing waves, forceful geysers, and inertialaden beastlike forms. Until May 22. Brad Necyk: Dubious Translations Featuring work by Kyle Appelt, Andrew Israelsen, and Alex Linfield, exploring certain liminal conceptual spaces through the use of audio, visual and kinetic installations. Until May 22.
Information: 10242 106th St., Jim Storrie, communications@ latitude53.org MUSÉE HÉRITAGE MUSEUM Francophones in Alberta: Courage and Determination This bilingual exhibition, which tells the story of the French in Alberta, is based on the Francophone Archives Project; a collective venture between the Provincial Archives of Alberta and the Francophone Secretariat of Alberta. The exhibition also features artifacts from the museum’s collection to reflect the francophone history of the St. Albert area. Until June 21.
Information: St Albert Place, 5 St Anne Street, St Albert, 780-459-1528 or email@example.com MUTTART CONSERVATORY Heart and Soul — A Journey Art exhibition by local lyrical abstract artist Cathy Bible. The viewer experiences a range of emotions and reactions to Cathy’s paintings. Each time you study her work, different layers of meaning magically appear. Until Tuesday.
Information: 9626 96A St., Margaret.firstname.lastname@example.org, 780-495-0313, cathybible-art.com PETER ROBERTSON GALLERY Steve Driscoll: Actually, Everything is Just About the Same Grand opening exhibition in the new location. Steve Driscoll: Actually, Everything is Just About the Same. Opening Reception Friday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Until May 19.
Information: 12323 104 Ave., probertsongallery.com PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF ALBERTA Alberta and the Great War The Provincial Archives of Alberta presents Alberta and the Great War, an exhibit that draws upon archival holdings to show the many ways that the First World War changed the province forever. Visit the Provincial Archives of Alberta during regular facility hours to view this commemorative centennial exhibit. Until Aug. 29.
Information: 8555 Roper Road, Edward van Vliet, 780-427-0356 SCOTT GALLERY Gillian Willans’s Another Time Another Place Paintings that reflect the artist’s personal history and research into the development of genre scenes in painting. Sourced from found photographs. Until Saturday.
Information: 10411 124th St., Heather Hamel, scottgallery.com SNAP GALLERY Briar Craig, Between the Lines and Ben Weinlick, Ass U Me Briar Craig’s new work uses Dadaist methods to produce accidental poetry. Local artist Ben Weinlick pokes fun at our inner aversion to letting go and seeks to provoke a laugh. Until May 23.
Information: 10123 121st St., snap@ snapartists.com, 780-423-1492 THE FRONT GALLERY Edmonton Sculptor Comes Home Sculptor Blake Ward brings silent metaphors to Edmonton. Celebrating grand opening of Front Gallery’s new location. Opening reception Friday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Artist in attendance. Until May 23.
Information: Rachel Bouchard 780-488-2952 or email@example.com VASA GALLERY Members Spring Exhibition Tuesday to May 29.
Information: 25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave., St. Albert, 780-4605990. U OF A MUSEUMS ENTERPRISE SQUARE GALLERIES Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art From the Art Gallery of Alberta. Until Sunday.
Information: 10230 Jasper Ave., 780-492-5834, museums.ualberta.ca WEST END GALLERY Celebrating 40 Years in Canadian Art To commemorate a milestone and new location, each of the gallery’s artists has produced a major art work for an anniversary collection. Until Thursday.
Information: 10337-124th St., westendgalleryltd.com