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The New Gallery

Brittany Nickerson is the new programming coordinator at The New Gallery in Calgary. more

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The New Gallery has successfully negotiated a five-year lease with a five-year renewal option, including an expansion into the vacant upstairs suite. more

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A fictional dodo plays a central role in an eloquent yet unsettling exhibition in Calgary that links censorship, ecological extinctions and the erasure of cultural histories. more

STORIES

The Mayor's Lunch for Arts Champions, organized on March 22, 2017 by Calgary Arts Development and the Office of the Mayor, was sold out for the fifth year in a row with 650 attending. more

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The Artist-run Centre #FUNBUS will be making the rounds from 8 PM until late - Starts at The New Gallery and you can catch the first bus at 8:15 pm and head to Stride. The bus will run the route 4 times making it possible to attend each opening. more

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Jaynus O’Donnell’s odd landscapes are devised of a mix of collage and painting, bringing up a sense of sci fi nostalgia layered with imagination. more

STORIES

As a harsh yet sublime portrait of North American suburbia, "65-Point Plan for Sustainable Living" is a collection of 65 aerial images depicting every Canadian province and US state. more

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After ten years of a professional art career, Vancouver-based artist Heather Passmore has gathered her share of rejection letters from galleries, granting agencies, and residencies. But she’s managed to get creative with the results. more

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There are multitudes of influences in Raymonde Souliere’s installation, on June 25 to August 1 at The New Gallery in Calgary. more

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The collaborative installation work of Marilou Lemmens and Richard Ibghy tackles one of the most current and complex ideas of the modern socio-political sphere. more

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The art of photography takes the spotlight this season with Exposure 2006, a multi-city celebration of turning negatives into positively striking images. more

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Located at the intersection of art and science, new media art escapes convention. Here's a brief look at how Reva Stone, Paul Wong, Shelley Ouellet and Risa Horowitz are escaping the traditional boundaries of conventional art. more

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