Have fun with tie-dye! Join the Art Gallery of St. Albert’s Visual Communications Designer, Janine Karasick-Acosta, as she shows you the tips and techniques to create spiral and bullseye tie-dye patterns. Pull out some plain t-shirts or masks and add bright splashes and swirls of colour in this fun activity. Don’t forget to wear some […]
Join us as we celebrate 40 years of the International Children’s Festival of the Arts. The Art Gallery of St. Albert invites you to create artistic flowers and butterflies to place in the garden space behind our building to create a beautiful garden of art! Pick up an art kit at the gallery or use […]
For today’s art nook at home we will be going through the steps to make a simple and easy stuffed animal. Learn some tips and tricks from Tessa Stewart, Visitor Services Coordinator at the Art Gallery of St. Albert with the Arts and Heritage Foundation. Don’t forget to share your finished projects with us here or send us […]
Join Art Gallery of St. Albert as we explore our latest feature exhibition: Differentiated Realities by Pepe Hidalgo. His works are magical and scientific, allowing us a brief glimpse into alternate realities that we cannot quite grasp. Born in Spain, and now British Columbia-based, Hidalgo predominantly paints sizeable acrylic works that express many competing states […]
This fun and easy art project can be completed using materials you have at home. The “Shamrock” is a well-known symbol of Ireland and comes from the Gaelic word “seamróg” which means “young clover”. The three leaves of a shamrock are said to stand for faith, hope and love.
We can’t wait to have you join us for Shana Wilson’s exhibition For Women Who Roar in 2022. Until then, we hope you will enjoy practicing your portrait drawing skills. Share your completed portraits with us by tagging us or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to learn more drawing tips? Sign up for one of our virtual spring programs. […]
Have you seen Shana Wilson’s amazing portraits? The Art Gallery of St. Albert was initially planning to exhibit Wilson’s series For Women Who Roar in February and March of 2021. However, to do our part to protect our community, we have closed our exhibition spaces, and rescheduled this fabulous exhibition into 2022. But, while we […]
Here’s an Art Nook at Home project for you on this chilly Sunday, created by Shannon Vance, Program Manager at the Art Gallery of St. Albert. It’s a fun an easy string painting project that you can do by using materials you have at home. Enjoy!
Have you been wondering about the neon signs that have graced the upstairs windows of the Art Gallery of St. Albert? Today’s Art Minute shines the spotlight on Business Class by Edmonton’s Kyle Beal. While the Art Gallery of St. Albert remains closed to do our part to protect our community, these 24 open signs […]
Create found object sculptures at home! In this Art Nook at Home, our Visual Arts Programmer, Alison Prsa, walks you through creating found object sculptures using items and materials you have around the house. Discover and create more sculptures with us this spring in Kids Sculpture Studio! Don’t forget to share your finished projects with […]