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A photo of Everywhere We Are on display at Contemporary Calgary

Everywhere We Are

An ambitious exhibition and public program series addressing challenges, merits, impacts, and advantages associated with art collecting, it is intended to express that boundaries are often mutable, flexible and even artificial, and that art is owned by the person who sees it.

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Location: Contemporary Calgary (701 11th St. SW)With Admission
A photo of Beyond the Edge on display at the Lougheed House

Beyond the Edge

Beyond the Edge is a traveling exhibit by artist Kay Burns that looks at the Flat Earth Society of Canada and its later iterations, along with curious details about two of its enigmatic members. The exhibit embodies how inquiry plays an important role in critical thinking and knowledge acquisition.

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Location: Lougheed House (707 13th Ave. SW)With Admission
A graphic for the Latin American Arts & Culture Festival

Latin American Arts & Culture Festival

The festival features a visual arts exhibition, Latin American country cultural displays, a program including a large array of diverse artistic expressions including theatre, conversations, musical performances, activities for children, gastronomy demonstrations, and much more!

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Location: Various VenuesPrices Vary
A graphic for the The Boxed Stories Gallery at Loft 112

The Boxed Stories Gallery

This is a truly unique experience for artists and viewers alike! Housed within a vintage card catalogue, the library’s one time answer to organizing a collection of books for readers to locate on a shelf, visitors will be encouraged to discover varied artworks as they open each drawer.

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Location: Loft 112 (112, 535 8th Ave. SE)$5
A collage of the artists in Shaping Calgary

Shaping Calgary

Herringer Kiss Gallery presents the most influential sculptors in Calgary, curated by Kevin Kanashiro and Deborah Herringer Kiss. This show features Walter May, Katie Ohe, Gord Ferguson, Rita McKeough, Alexander Caldwell, Ron Kanashiro, Laura Vickerson, and Blake Senini.

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Location: Herringer Kiss Gallery (101, 1615 10th Ave. SW)Free
Julya Hajnoczky's Leccinum aurantiacum

Refugium

Composed of new photo-based work from various road trips and artist residencies during the pandemic, CKG presents a solo exhibition of new photography by Calgary-based Julya Hajnoczky. Hajnoczky’s explorations of the natural world transcend their true scale as large format prints.

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Location: Christine Klassen Gallery (321 50th Ave. SE)Free
A postcard for ​Lochhead & Bloore at Wallace Galleries

​Lochhead & Bloore

​Lochhead and Bloore were both professors at the University of Regina in the 1950s and 60s and were instrumental in the action expression art movement of the 1960s. This exhibition highlights the diversity, intellect, and devotion both Lochhead and Bloore shared.

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Location: Wallace Galleries (500 5th Ave. SW)Free
An image of text for Pulling Back the paper

Pulling Back the Paper

This interactive project curated by Su Ying Strang at The New Gallery is an archival exhibition and research lab that gathers and shares the expansive histories of two intersecting communities from The New Gallery’s past and present— the Calgary faction of the Minquon Panchayat and Calgary Chinatown.

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Location: The New Gallery (208 Centre St. SE)Free
Sydonne Warren painting a mural

Roots and Rhymes

Every child has a unique experience of the world and a story to tell. Esker invites children aged eight to 12 to explore their stories, creativity, and identity with local artists Sydonne Warren and Nastassia Aikman in a two-part writing, art-making, and performance workshop.

Showtime: 11:00am
Location: Esker Foundation (1011 9th Ave. SE)Free
Manuel Mathieu's ST-Jak 3 and Imaginary Landscape

Unmasking Your Roots

What makes you authentically you? How do you stay connected to that authenticity? Esker presents youth aged 16 to 25 with the opportunity to explore these questions with local artists Sydonne Warren and Nastassia Aikman in a two-part poetry and performance workshop.

Showtime: 3:00pm
Location: Esker Foundation (1011 9th Ave. SE)Free

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Contact Calgary Arts Development’s communications team at 403.264.5330 ext. 211 or by email at events@calgaryartsdevelopment.com.

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