News - Prairie Art Gallery
Art Gallery, cultural centre, cocktail party
The Prairie Art Gallery re-opens its main exhibit space this weekend with new exhibit featuring the work of Canadian artist John Kissick.
The main gallery space has been closed since September 2010 for construction. This past September, the gallery was completely closed…
Our fall 2011 ARTimage newsletter is now available to view online. Alberta Arts Days are this weekend and we’re sharing a listing of events that are happening in Grande Prairie. Learn more about this year’s new TREX exhibitions and view a listing of TREX exhibitions on view in Grande Prairie.…
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…
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Location: Montrose Cultural Centre
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Prairie Art Gallery is hosting a free mask making workshop where families and children can drop-in to design and make their own mask to wear and take home. Drop-in anytime between 1:00 – 5:00…
You are invited to join us! The Prairie Art Gallery is hosting a cocktail party to celebrate Alberta’s unique blend…
The staff of the Prairie Art Gallery will be moving to a temporary location this weekend. Our location within the Montrose Cultural Centre will be closed for construction beginning Friday, September 2, 2011.
As the restoration of the Prairie Art Gallery continues forward, our location within the Montrose Cultural Centre…
EXHIBITIONS IN GRANDE PRAIRIE & AREA – Fall 2011
Sharp shooters of the west:
Six local photographers take part in East vs. West competition and exhibit.
Six Grande Prairie-based photographers and another three from Edmonton have teamed up in an effort to out-shoot their eastern counterparts.
The team is…
September 30 – October 2, 2011
Alberta Arts Days are coming soon and Grande Prairie is planning a great weekend to celebrate visual, drama, music and literary arts. We’re happy to report the Wearable Art Show at the Centre for Creative Arts will return this year. Also look for the…
, cocktail party
, cultural centre
, Making Workshop
, Mask Making