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While currently transcribing exhibitions and related programming into online content, the AGA has online activities for you and your kids, and is sharing lots of other items on its Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Carrying a diverse selection of Canadian First Nations, Métis and Inuit art including paintings, stone sculptures, wood carvings and more, the gallery features works by Order of Canada recipients Daphne Odjig, Norval Morrisseau, Alex Janvier, Jane Ash Poitras and Maxine Noel.
The artist-run centre has featured emerging and established artists since its incorporation after the 1987 tornado that hit Edmonton. Since then, the charitable organization has focused on being a permanent, low-cost studio for local and national arts.
Known for risk-taking and experimentation, Latitude 53 works to support and sustain Edmonton’s artistic community while creating connections nationally and internationally.
For over 30 years, Scott Gallery has presented contemporary fine art by many of Canada’s most talented artists.
Edmonton’s favourite fine art print shop produces work by local, national and international artists, and its Community Gallery features local emerging artists.
Family owned and operated since 1975, West End Gallery curates all kinds of unique Canadian art and puts them online for your viewing pleasure.