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Annual General Meeting

Thursday, May 17 at 7 pm at Art Gallery of St. Albert (temporary location, 6 Perron Street, St. Albert)

Notice is hereby given that the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert will be held at the Art Gallery of St. Albert temporary location (6 Perron Street) on Thursday, May 17 at 7 pm for the following purposes:

  1. To receive the Chair’s Report and Annual Report
  2. To receive the Audited Financial Statements for the year ending December 31, 2017
  3. To appoint auditors
  4. To elect trustees to the board
  5. To consider a Special Resolution to amend the Bylaws (see below)
  6. To consider other business as may be properly addressed at the meeting

Join us for:
• Refreshments and tour of the gallery’s current exhibition High Energy from 6–7 pm
• The AGM from 7–7:30 pm
• An overview and progress report of the Art Gallery of St. Albert barrier-free project

The AGM Package is available here. If you prefer to receive a printed copy, please contact Suellen Pineau by email at or by phone at 780.651.5739.

In order to ensure quorum and confirm numbers for catering, please RSVP to Suellen at 780.651.5739 or by Friday, May 11.

Artwalk St. Albert







For over 15 years, Artwalk has coloured the core of downtown St. Albert with Artwalk venues displaying exceptional artworks all month long!

Join us in the Perron District as it transforms into a vibrant studio and gallery—a place to enjoy, view and buy local art to suit all tastes and budgets.

Artwalk Opening Nights take place on the first Thursday of each month between 6 and 8:30 pm from May to September—that’s five evenings to explore local art and venues. As always, Artwalk is free, and many venues offer refreshments and host special events.

Registrations for outdoor artists and volunteers are now open.

Current Exhibition

High Energy 23: Cultivating Change







May 3–June 2
St. Albert High School Art Students

The Art Gallery of St. Albert (AGSA) launches the 23rd iteration of High Energy, a student-derived exhibition that showcases the talent of local St. Albert high school students.

Participating Schools: Bellerose Composite High School, École Secondaire Paul Kane High School, École Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d’Youville, St. Albert Catholic High School, Outreach High School and École Alexandre-Taché.

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 3, 6–9pm

Exhibition Tour: Thursday, May 17 at 12:05

Upcoming Exhibition

Birds, Bees and Ambergris







June 7–July 28
Gerri Harden

“Certain behaviours of our species make it difficult for other creatures to survive”, says Edmonton-based interdisciplinary artist, Gerri Harden.

Harden’s unusual and brilliant sculptures fixate on habitat loss, the effects of pesticide use, and the shocking amounts of non-biodegradable waste in the oceans.

Opening Reception and Artwalk: Thursday, June 7, 6–9 pm

Exhibition Tour: Thursday, June 21 & July 19 at 12:05


Summer Art Class Registration Now Open

Offering art classes throughout the year, AGSA provides opportunities for children, youth, and adults to get creative in professional art studios. With many returning favourites and a few exciting new programs – don’t forget to secure your spot early.

Register online, by phone 780-460-4310, or in person at 6D Perron Street

2018 Exhibition Catalogue

Download a copy of our 2018 exhibition catalogue and discover what’s to come at Musée Héritage Museum and Art Gallery of St. Albert!

Monthly Digital Newsletter

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Rental and Sales Gallery

Artwork enriches how people experience the world. Add inspiration to your home, office or business with Art Gallery of St. Albert’s Rental & Sales program! Visit the Rental and Sales Gallery section of our website or call 780-460-4310 for more information.

Ripples of Loss

View the mini catalogue from this powerful exhibition.

High Energy 23: Art-making Station

Use the books, magazines, and other provided art-making supplies to create a text-based collage, poem, or drawing inspired by the theme of this year’s High Energy exhibition: Cultivating Change.

Time: Gallery Hours

Fee: FREE (donations welcome)