We are continuing with our commitment to provide you with exceptional arts and heritage experiences. We know that’s what you count on us for. During this difficult time, we are sharing an array of exciting content with you through our various social media platforms.

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High Energy 25: The Online Experience

Each year local St. Albert high school art students and art teachers join forces with the Gallery to present an exhibition of unpredictable artworks that feature coursework pieces from local high school students.

In past years, the creations have been on display for people to see in person, but due to the temporary closure of the Gallery because of COVID-19, the exhibition this year will be virtual at artgalleryofstalbert.ca starting on May 7 and will run for the duration of 2020.

High Energy 25
Mindfullness, Faythe Karwiak, Gr 12, Collage, 8×10″, 2020.


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Excellent news!
Our Musée Héritage Museum, heritage sites at Grain Elevator Park, and the @ArtGalleryStAlb are also open with limited hours (except today):
Museum/Gallery Tues-Sat 1-5pm & heritage sites Wed-Sun 1-5pm
Come and explore #stalbert attractions @CityofStAlbert https://t.co/QlI5dgBjLz

A reminder that we are closed today (happy #CanadaDay2020 🇨🇦), but the @CityofStAlbert has quite a bit planned online to help you celebrate!
Take a look at their tweet. #stalbert


Are you planning to join St. Albert's virtual celebration for Canada Day? https://t.co/SZiqQjFIak