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Installation view of the Water - Wise, River Breath: Reframing design’s role with water exhibition at the Art Gallery of Alberta.

Installation view of Water - Wise, River Breath: Reframing design’s role with water, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, 2022. Photography by Charles Cousins.

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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!

Exhibition opening at your AGA! 

Friday, May 27

Members' preview 6pm
Public access 7:30pm

Join us on May 27 as we celebrate the opening of two new exhibitions by two Canadian artists: Manuel Mathieu: World Discovered Under Other Skies and Curtis Talwst Santiago: Pay de Devil - Brang! Brang! - Pay de Devil.

A special Members' preview will take place at 6pm with public access starting at 7:30pm.

During the evening, we will also be celebrating three current AGA exhibitions: Sidney Kelsie: Right in Your Own Backyard; Water-Wise, River Breath: Reframing design's role with water and Tiffany Shaw's Edmonton River Valley.

Community Tour of Sidney Kelsie’s Exhibition with David Staples

Thursday, May 26, 6pm MDT

Join us in person or virtually for a community tour of the exhibition Sidney Kelsie: Right in Your Own Backyard, led by award-winning journalist David Staples. 

Upcoming events, tours & programs

Heart of the City Music Program Concert Series

Sunday, May 15, 2pm MDT

Heart of the City Music Program by University of Alberta student group returns to the AGA. Concerts will be roughly one hour in length and take place on Sundays at 2pm. These concerts are included in General Admission.

Artist Talk with Steven Nunoda

Monday, May 16, 6pm MDT

Join us on May 16 for a virtual artist talk by Steven Nunoda whose installation 'Ghosttown' was previously featured in the exhibition Inheritance, sponsored by Capital Power.

Artists in Conversation | Byron Samson (Mistikonâpêw) and MJ Belcourt Moses

Thursday, May 19, 5:30pm MDT

Join us in person or virtually for our free program, Artists in Conversation, featuring artist Byron Samson and curator MJ Belcourt Moses. The program will feature a lively conversation between the artist and curator of the exhibition Place of Honour as a live Q&A.

How to Photograph Artwork with Blaine Campbell presented by AGA and CARFAC Alberta

Tuesday, May 31, 6pm MDT

Don't miss this free program featuring professional photographer Blaine Campbell. Blaine will highlight and discuss various points about documenting artwork and taking better photographs. 

AGA Education & Learning

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!

Tours for Tots


Looking for a creative outlet for your young one? 

Tours for Tots at your AGA provide weekly art explorations for families with children ages 3-5. Every Wednesday, Tours for Tots features a peek at current exhibitions, art-making, storytelling and more!

Discover more AGA art activities here 🎨

Around the neighbourhood

The Magical Music of Harry Potter 

May 21-28

“Ah, music! A magic beyond all we do here!”

Dumbledore never spoke truer words! Join your Edmonton Symphony Orchestra on the Hogwarts Express for a musical adventure through the scores of all eight films from the beloved franchise. A magical experience for muggles and wizards alike!  

Tickets are selling fast - get yours today online or by calling 780.428.1414. 


Friday, May 27, 6 - 10pm

Nascency: to be brought to life for the first time, to come into existence.

All are welcome to take part in the exciting opening of the exhibition Nascency. A fresh, springtime exhibition featuring the work of U of A BFA graduates.

The exhibition runs from May 27 to June 3 and will be showcased at the dc3 Arts Projects located at 10567 111 St. NW. The gallery is open every day from 12pm - 5pm 

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.