The exhibition Plate Tectonics explores the enduring legacy of the landscape genre in Alberta. Featuring the art work of Jennifer Annesley, Jim Davies, Les Graff, David Shkolny and Pam Wilman, this exhibition investigates both the physical topography of Alberta as well as the different stylistic approaches and intents expressed by the featured artists. Through this examination this exhibition expresses the beautiful diversity of AlbertaÕs landscape as well as the continued vitality of the landscape genre in the visual arts.
With large scale paintings, Cynthia’s work proposes a mythical framework for the depiction of human beings in the wild, connected and responsible to a diverse community of plant and animal inhabitants. The tropes of historical painting post-Renaissance through the Romantic period, and into 19th century Modernism provide the framework for her to picture a tableaux that captures the symbiotic presence of these enlightened spirit beings.
Pottery inspired by home from Brenda Wylie.
Join the Multicultural Heritage Centre for the Opening Reception of the Cynthia Fuhrer Exhibition.
Help celebrate 70 years with the Good Sam Society as they unveil a new mural honouring the pioneers of our community.
Join us for this 3 day celebration of arts, culture and heritage.
Nature Inspired Pottery by “Kilini” Sandra Thornton.
Join the guild as they present unique holiday gift ideas.