Browse through our extensive list of Art Galleries and Art Exhibits located in Alberta's northern region.
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203 - 4919 49 Street, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 1V1
Recently opened, the gallery features unique collections and mixed media/ acrylic works by local artist/owner Michael Huyzer.
9250 Macleod Tr SE, Calgary, Alberta T2J 0P5
Each month Midtowne Gallery presents solo and group exhibitions of emerging, mid-career and established Canadian artists. The focus of the gallery is original contemporary art in a wide range of styles.
1721 29 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2T 6T7
cSPACE King Edward is a 21st Century hub for creativity and sustainability in Calgary -- a 100 year old sandstone school, that includes over 50,000 square feet of multi-disciplinary production, creation, exhibition, and presentation space
1213 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0S9
Art on 9th is a high energy, community-oriented venue in the heart of Inglewood. The main Collection space represents the work of six artists on an ongoing basis with new shows every two months.
5-3628 15A Street SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 3N6
A self-curated gallery space located in Bonnybrook industrial area, Calgary this 400 sq ft space is available to any artist wishing to present their work. Shows may be of any time span up to three weeks.
333B 36 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 1W2
Jarvis Hall Gallery + Fine Frames is committed to supporting the practice of contemporary art by emerging, mid-career and established Canadian artists.
205 205 8 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0K9
100-602 11 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 1J8
Located in the Design District, this New York-style gallery showcases an eclectic selection of photography and art by established and emerging artists. A fully licensed 4,000 sq ft space, it also offers an attractive setting for private events.
1223B 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0S9
Michel Arseneau opened Inglewood Fine Arts in 2011 to showcase the art of select contemporary artists in permanent exhibition rather than rotating shows.
2115 4 St SW, Calgary, Alberta T2S 1W8
Celebrating more than 35 years of quality Canadian historical and contemporary art.
BMO Centre, Stampede Park, Calgary, Alberta
July 7 - 16, 2017 Today it is recognized as one of the major destination areas of the Stampede with a vibrant group of nearly 200 volunteers showcasing western heritage and values.
4922 49 Street, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 1V3
Red Deer College student performers, business students, guest speakers, and community members will now gather in the newly named Welikoklad Event Centre, formerly known as City Centre Stage and before that the Uptown Cinema.
8627 91 Street (rue Marie Anne Gaboury, Edmonton, Alberta T6C 3N1
The gallery endeavors to exhibit all disciplines of visual art and design among the public and artistic community by curating programs and events that elicit community investment and awareness of artists of French expression as well as other cultures
1 Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta
June 22 - July 4 2017-Celebrating its 33rd anniversary in 2017, The Works is the largest FREE outdoor art and design festival in North America, showcasing more than 500 artists at more than 30 sites taking over one square mile of Edmonton's downtown.
400 13 Street North, Great Falls, Montana 59401, United States of America
The museum is one of the finest museums of American Western art in the USA and the home of the most complete collection of Russell art and memorabilia in the world.
130 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0P3
For 50 years, Glenbow has surprised and engaged visitors with remarkable connections between art, history and diverse cultures from around the world.
10546 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3K6
Common Sense is a gallery space run by the artists of the North Edmonton Sculpture Workshop, with a mandate to give 100% of proceeds from art sales to the exhibiting artists.
107 Tunnel Mountain Road, Banff, Alberta T1L 1H5
Banff Centre's Walter Phillips Gallery is dedicated to the collection, curation, and presentation of contemporary art.
444-1011 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0H7
Opened in June 2012, the Esker Foundation, an initiative of Calgary philanthropists and art patrons Jim and Susan Hill, is the largest privately-funded, non-commercial gallery in Calgary.
9820 107 Street (Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre), Edmonton, Alberta T5K 1E7
Thought-provoking heritage exhibitions and world-class works by renowned Canadian artists await discovery in this state-of-the-art exhibition space.
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