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Upcoming Artist’s Talks
Featuring artist Sydney Lancaster and geologist John Waldron
Artist Talk: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 2 pmMore information on Boundary/Time/Surface Register
Culture Days Drop-in Book-Making Program and Exhibition
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
Cost: By donationRegister
Call for submissions: Sense of Place, Culture Days 2019 Collaborative Book Project
Exhibition Dates: September 25 to October 12, 2019
Art Gallery of St. Albert wants to know how you define your sense of place. What makes a place meaningful? Where do you feel that you belong? How do we relate to physical space? For many people, their sense of place is tied to a physical location; their home, their city, the land, their country or somewhere further afield. Place can also exist abstractly and on different scales (eg. your place in a book, in life, the universe, and imaginary places).Call for Submissions
We will be screening Ada in the exhibitions vault on the main floor of the Gallery.
Lindsay McIntyre is a Canadian film artist of Inuk/settler Scottish descent. McIntyre’s process-based works, mainly in analogue film, explore themes of portraiture, place, and personal histories. This award-winning artist maintains strong links to Canada’s North and her Indigenous roots.More information on Ada
Photograph Credit: Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts
Amplify Youth Festival 2019
Join us at the Kinsmen Banquet Centre on October 18th and 19th for Amplify Youth Festival 2019!
We love to play with clay at Amplify and we are all fired-up (pun intended) to host a pottery workshop! The Gallery is bringing their Hanging Planters project to the Amplify Youth Festival- complete with glazing options. Sculpt a unique, hand-made aerial home for your fave plant-friend, then pick it up in a few days fresh out of the kiln at the Art Gallery of St. Albert.
- Age Restrictions: this workshop is for youth Grade 7 to age 21
Pre-register in our Pottery: Hanging Planters program here:Register
Explore the venues. Love the art.
For over 15 years ArtWalk has coloured the core of downtown St. Albert with exceptional displays of creative talent by talented artists, makers and musicians. Although the Artwalk tours have now ended for 2019, the event itself continues until the end of September. So stop by one of our venues to experience the vibrant arts and cultural scene that characterizes St. Albert. And don’t forget to get your ArtWalk card punched at each of the venues and drop off at the St. Albert Library for a chance to win a prize!More information on Artwalk St. Albert