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  • One is an island lost in a sea of others or alone haplessly adrift. These are just two of the impressions that one could garner from the photographic work of Robyn Cumming;...
  • Anthea Black will be presenting information about the artist-run centres listed below and will link issues specific to Alberta, yet also shared by centres and local artists in...
  • The evidence has been gathered. The truth though is I am stuck. I learn about Karen Henderson's plans, yet underlying all along has been my certainty that I know nothing about it...
  • What secrets can a city reveal as metaphors? What effect can it have on the imagination of those who keep it company? Both real and a construction of the real, what incarnation...
  • Having a conversation with Chris Flower is a bit like playing a pinball machine. Thoughts ricochet in unpredictable directions, deflecting off objects, words, and other thoughts,...
  • Most mainstream films and media continue to portray native culture as part of the past. As the number of aboriginal youth interested in becoming filmmakers, writers, directors and...
  • Fluid is a proposition; the exhibition invites us to question what it means to live between fluid relations and dimensions through the work of eight emerging artists. Fluidity in...
  • Fait Maison: Home is where the art is House Warming Party: Friday, July 3 at 7:00 pm Moving Party & Sale: Sunday, August 2 at 2 pm Initiated by Thomas Grondin, Fait Maison...
  • Exploding Indians, The Art of Roger Crait “I have prepared one of my own [timecapsules]. I have placed some rather large samples of dynamite, gunpowder, and nitroglycerin. My...
  • 111101 takes as its starting point the idea that information and knowledge have become forms of currency in contemporary life. Eduardo Aquino's project makes this idea wittily -...
  • GALLERY 101 PROUDLY PRESENTS: IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ABORIGINAL CURATORIAL COLLECTIVE CO-PRESENTED BY THE FOREMAN GALLERY, BISHOP’S UNIVERSITY, LORE "The truth about stories...
  •       We  Travel Like All People We travel like everyone else, but we return to nothing. As if travel were a path of clouds … We measure space with a hoopoe’s beak, and...
  • Rendering the human figure has long been central to Linda Carreiro's work. Her installation Dissection is the latest in a series of pieces that move from her earlier depiction of...
  • Using sculptural tools, David Diviney explores object relations that suggest narrative, sometimes humorous and/or parodic structures. His story lines are often left broken,...
  • For centuries the Indigenous people of North America have made imprints in the landscape with the use of stone. Inuit people built guideposts to food caches and hunting locations...
  • El Salvador was rocked by civil war in the 1980s with U.S-backed forces aiding in the subsequent killing of thousands that would mark the country and result in the fleeing of...
  • Antonia Hirsch presents a series of photographic portraits in which participants were asked to gesturally estimate the length of a meter. All images of this series are scaled...
  • Métis artist David Hannan works with taxidermy-form sculptures to explore aspects of union, adaptation and metamorphosis. Hannan‘s taxidermy hybrids present tension and beauty in...
  • Time2 will expose you to an array of outstanding time-based works that includes performance, video and musical acts hosted at a unique off-site venue. Gallery 101 is proud to...
  • Fred Laforge’s exhibit includes his depiction of acceptance and sexuality. Realizing the rules set by society aren’t etched in stone, Lafroge exploits these loopholes, and uses...

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