Muse News - Prairie Art Gallery

By: Prairie Gallery  09-12-2011
Keywords: Art Gallery, Exhibitions, cultural centre

The exhibition “High Art: Passport to the Peaks” serves as a documentary of the Passport to the Peaks program which has become a part of Alberta’s history. It cements the relationship between fine art, sport and personal achievement. Artist Robert Guest and Dr. Keith Darcel are deeply connected to…

EXHIBITIONS IN GRANDE PRAIRIE & AREA – Fall 2011

June 3 – August 15, 2011
On view at The Prairie Art Gallery
9839 – 103 Avenue, Montrose Cultural Centre
hole/whole was curated by Todd Schaber of The Prairie Art Gallery

2 CRATES/ 1 ARTIST/ 10 ARTWORKS/ 70 RUNNING FEET
Available: September 2011 – August 2012

Curated by Todd Schaber of The Prairie Art Gallery

Tina Martel is a mixed media artist whose work ranges from painting, drawing, photography, video and installation. The installation and creation of evolve happened in…

Celebrating our Peace Region Matriarchs
The Euphemia McNaught and Evelyn McBryan Collection

2 CRATES/ 2 ARTISTS/ 23 ARTWORKS/ 70 RUNNING FEET
Available: September 2010 – August 2011

3 CRATES/ 1 ARTIST/ 21 ARTWORKS/ 70 RUNNING FEET

Pearls/oysters are derived from oceans, which are an integral part of the eco environment. Our relationship to the world’s oceans was ambivalent during the nationalistic economic…

A wildfire devastated the town of Slave Lake, AB, which is 250 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. The town was evacuated Sunday, May 15, 2011. The fire destroyed more than a third of the homes, along with commercial buildings, the town hall, government centre and library.

The Prairie Art Gallery manages…

The 2011-2012 travelling exhibitions (TREX) catalogue is now available online. The new catalogue showcases the 12 exhibitions that are now available for bookings for venues in Region 1 (Northwest Alberta.) There are four new exhibitions curated by The Prairie Art Gallery: Liberation from Natural Forms: Ronald Kostyniuk and his Neo-Constructivist Style, Tina Martel:…

Keywords: Art Gallery, cultural centre, Exhibitions