Nintawin

February 8–March 28
Niamh Dooley

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 8, 2:30–5 pm (formal program begins at 3 pm)

Exhibition Tours: Thursday February 20, 2020 at 12:05 pm and Thursday March 19, 2020 at 12:05 pm

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Niamh Dooley, Tikinagan (detail), oil on canvas with deer hide, wood, sinew and branch, 34 x 50.5”, 2018.

Rental and Sales Gallery

Whether you are looking for an introduction to local artists, for a special piece to complete your home, or to activate a stimulating work environment, the Rental & Sales Gallery may have what you are looking for. We represent emerging and established artists and offer affordable and commitment free rental options. We can also offer interest-free payment plans on all sales. (Image by Lynn Malin)

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After School Art Program

Art-making fun and exploration after school! Classes feature clay, drawing, printmaking, fibre art and more.

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Thursdays, February 20–March 19 4–5:30 pm $60 (5 classes)
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On Twitter

Thank you @CBC for the great feature on our newest exhibition for Black History Month, Love Thy Neighbour. This exhibition features artwork from Elsa Robinson & John Kayinamura and will run until February 29th. https://t.co/UPPqTi4zdL

Here’s a heads-up for all who want to make sure they get a spot in our popular art classes (that often fill up right away).
Registration for our spring sessions opens tomorrow at 10am
https://t.co/ojyUpOnPMZ
Pottery, drawing, printmaking & more. @ArtsandHeritage @CityofStAlbert

Here's an opportunity to catch an engaging film this weekend in St. Albert:
THAT NEVER HAPPENED, by Armistice Films, reveals the story of Canada's first national internment operations.
We're showing it Saturday, January 11 at 2pm.
https://t.co/cbeLCzJF5r #internees #Ukrainian