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Artist Steven Nunoda standing in front of his installation 'Ghostown'.

Artist Steven Nunoda at Inheritance. Photography by Helen Zhang

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Check out upcoming events and programs on the AGA calendar. Engage with us digitally anytime at to learn more about our current exhibitions. Follow us on social media @youraga. Stay informed by checking out the AGA blog.

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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!

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Art on the Block: Own It

Friday, May 6

Mark your calendars because the party is back!

Art on the Block (AOTB) is coming back to your AGA and we want you to own it!

Own the night.
Own the party.
Own the art.

This year's AOTB features live music, gourmet bites, an open bar and an art auction that you won't want to miss! Early bird tickets go on sale April 1 with the option of a premium VIP experience to take your night to a whole new level. 

Get your tickets early.

Upcoming Events, Tours & Programs

ᓂᐲᐩ ᐊᐦᒐᕽ - nipîy ahcahk - 
Water Spirit Water Dialogue

Saturday, April 2, 2pm MDT

Please join the artists and co-curators of the installation ᓂᐲᐩ ᐊᐦᒐᕽ - nipîy ahcahk - Water Spirit in a conversational exchange. Completing the circle of the wisdom between kihtêhayak (Elders) and the diverse youth from Treaty Six, the Water Spirit Water Dialogue is an opportunity for the artists to exchange profound multi-generational teachings about water. You are invited to witness this exchange.   

Heart of the City Music Program Concert Series

Sunday, April 3, 2pm MDT

Join us on Sunday, April 3 at 2pm,. as music from the Heart of the City Music Program fills the atrium at the aga. Enjoy this one-hour musical engagement free with your admission. 

Next concert: Sunday, May 1, 2pm

Film Night | Frida

Thursday, April 7, 7pm MDT

Join us on April 7 for a special 20th-anniversary screening of Frida, the 2002 American biographical drama starring Salma Hayek in her Academy Award-nominated portrayal as Frida Kahlo. 

'Inheritance': Collective Perspectives Through Poetry & Prose with Amber Paquette

Sunday, April 10, 2pm MDT

Join us on April 10 at 2pm for a special writing program in response to our exhibition Inheritance, with Historian Laureate Amber Paquette.  

AGA Education & Learning

ArtBreak Camps

Idle Hands Make Great Art

Do you have the next great artist in your home? Give them a fun and engaging atmosphere to express themselves and enrol them in one of our ArtBreak Camps.

ArtBreak Camps empower youth (ages 6-17) to explore their creativity and discover the world around them through art activities, imaginative exercises and projects related to unique themes. Focusing on student interactions and personal experiences, these camps build bridges between art, ideas, and our community. 

Registration for Summer ArtBreak Camps are open now!

The Art Hive

Thursdays, 12pm MDT 

Join AGA educators and students from St. Stephen’s College Art Therapy program in the art studio Art Hive. This weekly community-based art-making initiative is FREE and open to all, on every Thursday from 12-1pm.

Discover more AGA art activities here 🎨

Around the Neighbourhood

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra: Glass

Friday, April 29, 7:30pm

On April 29, join your Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and Chief Conductor Alex Prior for an exciting performance of music by living composers!

The 20th century minimalist music of Philip Glass and Steve Reich has inspired a new generation of composers to explore the limits of traditional melody and rhythm. Hear works by Glass and Reich, as well as young Canadian composers Nicole Lizée, Vivian Fung, and Alissa Cheung, whose work, Impressions, will have its world premiere on the Winspear stage.

This is a concert you won’t want to miss. Tickets are on sale now at – get yours before they’re gone!

Do Local Good Scavenger Hunt


It's the last weekend to take part in the United Way's Do Local Good Scavenger Hunt! You can support local downtown organizations, donate to the United Way, win some cool prizes and have fun in the process!

Sign up now with a donation of any amount and you'll receive an exclusive scavenger list to explore YEG with special discounts for registrants. All you have to do is show your scavenger hunt list on your device!

For every post on Instagram or Twitter with #huntforlocalgood, you will be entered to win one or more prize packages! 

Don't have social media? No problem! Send your pictures to Renée Chan ( to enter.

The Art Gallery of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 Territory, the traditional land of diverse Indigenous peoples including the Cree, Nitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway/Saulteaux/Anishinaabe. We also acknowledge all of the Indigenous, Inuit and Métis peoples who make Alberta their home today.