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Upcoming Artist’s Talks
Matrilineal Threads, Kasie Campbell in collaboration with Ginette Lund
Artist’s talk: Thursday, August 15, 6:30 pmMore information on Matrilineal Threads
Explore the venues. Love the art.
For over 15 years, ArtWalk has coloured the core of downtown St. Albert. Indoor venues present different exhibitions and artists each month from May to September. The first Thursday of the month between 6 and 8:30 pm celebrates the start of these exceptional displays and features an outdoor marketplace full of many talented artists, makers and musicians.
This year, ArtWalk St. Albert will feature a special (free) program and paid ArtWalking Tours each month!
Join us in the Perron District this May as we celebrate St. Albert as The Botanical Arts City by collaboratively painting planters inspired by famous art movements. The completed pots will be filled with beautiful flowers and placed outside ArtWalk venues for the duration of the season.
There are 2 ArtWalking Tours each ArtWalk. The cost is $5 per person and tours are limited to a maximum 8 people.
- Tour 1: Musee Heritage Museum, W.A.R.E.S., St. Albert Public Library, VASA
Starts 6:30 pm. Meeting point is the front desk of Musee Heritage Museum.
- Tour 2: Art Gallery of St. Albert, Confections Cake Co., The Bookstore on Perron, The Collective
Starts 7:30 pm. Meeting point is the front desk at Art Gallery of St. Albert.
Culture Days Drop-in Book-Making Program and Exhibition
Registered Art program for all ages
Join us at our exhibition Boundary/ Surface/ Time during Alberta Culture Days. Create a selection of small books while learning the basics of book-binding! Books, sketchbooks, and scrapbooks are a creative way to record the places we experience. Using found and recycled objects create books using a range of book-binding techniques. Use your books immediately to begin recording your artwork, memories, poems, stories, and ideas.
Date: Friday, September 27; 2-3 pm & 3-4 pm. Saturday, September 28; 10-11 am, 11 am-12 pm, 12-1 pm
We will be screening Ada in the exhibitions vault on the main floor of the Gallery.
Ada is a visual portrait of Lindsay McIntyre’s great-grandmother and part of a larger, series of works that contemplate and survey McIntyre’s maternal heritage.More information on Ada