Learn more about the history of horses in sport in Canada in this exhibit, which features events in which horses play an integral role including the Calgary Stampede, Canadian Derby and the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Browse unique artefacts, including a 35 million year old prehistoric horse.
This retrospective exhibition will showcase the most important periods of abstract artist Michèle Drouin’s career, from 1977 to 2007. Each work of art is illuminated by poetic titles.
Inspired by her daily doodles on Post-It notes, Kipling West’s new exhibit Wall Candy is comprised of 8 x 8 inch acrylic on wood paintings that explore a world of noble beasts and adorably menacing monsters. Disclaimer/bragging rights: Kipling is Where Calgary’s sales and circulation coordinator!
Future Memories (Present Tense): Contemporary Practices in Perspective brings together the work of six contemporary Indigenous artists from different regions of Canada. Each artist was invited to explore how each moment in time has multiple perspectives, and how these perspectives have often been ignored or silenced when experienced by Indigenous peoples.
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is honouring equine sports with a new exhibit that celebrates the accomplishments of 26 athletes and two notable horses. Some of the unique items on display include a 35 million year old prehistoric horse fossil and a chuckwagon from the 1930s.
This exhibit is the culmination of a series of workshops that connected young individuals from the Urban Society of Aboriginal Youth with illustrator Kelly Mellings. The result is a series of graphic art that explores complex feelings and experiences.
Group exhibit explores the connection between individual material artworks; opening reception Jan 29 5-8 pm. Walter Phillips Gallery.
Travel back in time with Montreal artist Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen to the town of St. Paul, Alberta in 1967—the year of Canada’s Centennial, when the country revealed projects that illustrated its culture and history. This exhibition centres on the representation around the first “UFO Landing Pad” built in St. Paul, with themes of belonging and coexistence.
This exhibition by Patrick Dunford will feature a series of contemporary Canadian landscape paintings and drawings that offer the perspective of growing up on the prairies and working in the hinterland. Quirky scenes of barren settings lusciously painted ask the viewer to engage Dunford’s narrative that is peacefully observant of these places that most of us never see or have forgotten. This is Dunford’s first exhibition in Calgary.
Saskatchewan abstract painter Jonathan Forrest’s solo exhibition recreates the notion of modern prairie painting with his multi-layered works and bold colours on acrylic.
Expressionism and pop art combine with post painterly abstraction and hard-edge painting in cartoons, clip art, landscapes and still lifes by Saskatoon-based artist Jeff Nachtigall.
Canadian artist Kyle Beal has created an interactive installation of ‘hallway’ or ‘doorway roulette,’ where the literal space approaches alienation in a comedic fashion.