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The Glenbow says it will continue to offer free entry on the first Thursday evening of the month through 2019. Read more

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The Glenbow weaves complex stories as it explores real and imagined views of the North from the 19th century. Read more

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Over the next two years, Glenbow’s Library and Archives will be relocated to the university's Taylor Family Digital Library. Read more

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Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal explores the role of the Jingle Dress dance in Indigenous healing. Read more

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Calgary's Glenbow Museum will show century-old photographs by Geraldine and Douglas Moodie in Nunavut this fall. Read more

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The Glenbow has appointed Sarah Todd as its art curator. Read more

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Calgary-based artist Gwenessa Lam’s powerful new work considers how digital technologies are shifting our perceptions of truth and reality. Read more

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A major retrospective about Alberta artist Alex Janvier organized by the National Gallery of Canada opens June 16 at Calgary's Glenbow Museum. Read more

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Calgary artist Ron (Gyo-Zo) Spickett passed away April 28, 2018, at the age of 92. Read more

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A box of 6,500 photographs, forgotten for half a century, was found in a storage room at Frida Kahlo's house in Mexico. Read more

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For the first time in this country, visitors will be able to see a treasure trove of images previously locked away in the Kahlo estate archives for more than 50 years. Read more

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Glenbow has announced the induction of acclaimed writer and professor Aritha van Herk, George Bezaire, past Chair, Glenbow Board of Governors, and award-winning senior Calgary photographer George Webber as Fellows of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute. Read more

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Beautiful and gentle, but with a political pulse like a metronome, the "Black Gold Tapestry" is contemporary fine craft based on a medieval masterpiece. Read more

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An exhibition that explores Canada's love affair with the canoe through art is on view at the Glenbow. Read more

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Miss Chief Eagle Testickle usually struts across Kent Monkman’s canvases in her spike heels fearlessly battling – and ravishing – cowboys, settlers and Mounties. Read more

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"Artefacts: Contemporary Moving Images Adad Hannah: The Raft of the Medusa (Saint-Louis)" the first of three-part exhibition series on at Glenbow until May 22, 2017. Read more

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When Geraldine Moodie created a 1906 portrait of several Inuit mothers with their offspring, including two naked babies, her camera captured an atmosphere of maternal ease and warmth. Read more

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As the shortest day of the year arrives, visitors to the Glenbow Museum in Calgary can contemplate the longest via a fascinating project by M.N. Hutchinson. Read more

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Bill Viola, "Walking on the Edge," 2012

Courtesy of Bill Viola Studio and James Cohan Gallery, New York.

Fusi says he knew the artists and their work before moving this year to Calgary, but once confronted with Alberta’s landscape and art history, connected the contemporaneous tendencies in how they address landscape and art. And so the show was born. Read more

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Library and Archives Canada is pleased to announce that portraits and artworks from its collection will be on display in Calgary as of 2018. Read more

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