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Aïda Muluneh installation view of BEHOLD|EN , Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, 2022. Photography by Charles Cousins, courtesy of the Art Gallery of Alberta.

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Want to know what's on at your AGA? You can find all the current exhibitions and information about them below!

Featured at your AGA!

Last Chance for Halloween Refinery Early Bird Pricing!

Saturday, October 29, 9pm

Early bird ticket sales to the AGA's upcoming Halloween Refinery, Rave to the Grave, end on Friday, September 16! You won't want to miss out on this opportunity to save on tickets to the AGA's next big event. Get your tickets today!

This event is sponsored by Langham Developments Limited

Upcoming events, tours & programs

Guided Scent Tour with Artist Rolande Souliere

Saturday, September 17, 2pm

Join us for a guided scent tour by artist Rolande Souliere of their artwork in the new exhibition Scents of Movement, Scents of PlaceThis program celebrates the first day the exhibition is open to the public and is hosted by curator Lindsey Sharman. 

Explore 4 limited edition fragrances that the artist has created to evoke the feeling of each of the 4 Directions and learn more about her work and the exhibition Scents of Movement, Scents of Place.

Community Outreach

 Urban Farm | Build a Bee Hotel

Saturday, September 17, 12pm

Step outside and join the AGA's Art Educators at Explore Edmonton's Urban Farm. This Saturday you will learn how to buld a bee hotel for your garden or backyard!

Every Saturday in September from 12-2pm

Urban Farm is located at 11312 79 St NW

Artists in Conversation | Alana Bartol, Bryce Krynski and Lindsey Sharman

Thursday, September 22, 6pm

Join a conversation with Alana Bartol, Bryce Krynski and Lindsey Sharman as they explore the work in, all roses sleep (inviolate light), discussing the themes and ideas present in the artwork. 

This program is co-presented with MacEwan University. This hour-long, in-person program is free with admission. We will reserve time for an audience Q&A at the end of this program. Registration in advance is recommended due to space limitations. 

Community Tour of Comic Sans with Jay Bardyla

Thursday, September 29, 6pm

Immerse yourself in a community tour of Comic Sans led by the founder of Edmonton's Happy Harbor Comics, Jason Bardyla!

This tour is happening during our monthly free night at the AGA, which happens on the last Thursday of the month from 4-7pm. You can participate in this hour-long program in person; registration is recommended.

Art Rental & Sales

Meet shopAGA Artist Lorie Meyer! 

Lorie has studied at several art schools including the University of Alberta, Banff School of Fine Arts, Red Deer College and Person International School.

She began her career by creating Earthworks pottery and discovered other mediums following a move to Cyprus in 2006. Upon returning to Canada, she found her passion for watercolour while working from her home studio overlooking beautiful Lake Okanagan, in Penticton, BC. 

Now back in Edmonton to be closer to her grandchildren, Lorie continues to produce watercolor works and remains a member of several arts organizations in the Okanagan and Edmonton. 

Lorie’s current collection themed around birds, trees and nature is currently available in a variety of sizes and forms at shopAGA. Visit and take a piece of original, one-of-a-kind work home today!

AGA Education & Learning

AGA Youth Council

Join the AGA's Youth Council and help create a safe(r) space for youth to explore, experiment and express themselves through the arts! 

The Youth Council is comprised of art lovers and leaders between the ages of 13-17. 

Their engagement with the AGA helps develop meaningful experiences and opportunities for youth to engage with art, their own creative practices and their community.

Apply today!

Adult Open Studio

Thursdays at 7pm

Join us for Adult Open Studio classes, a casual, social art experience offered weekly at your AGA for just $25. All materials are included. Just bring yourself and your creativity!

Discover more AGA art activities here 🎨

The Art Gallery of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that we are located in Treaty 6 Territory, the traditional land of diverse Indigenous Peoples including the Plains Cree, Woodland Cree, Beaver Cree, Nitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Anishinaabe/Saulteaux/Ojibwe and Dene Peoples. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous, Inuit and Métis people who make Alberta their home today.