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Art Gallery of St. Albert

Snag is an exhibit of works by Wes Bell. Until Saturday, Nov. 30.

Brain Storm wil feature works by St. Albert High School Art Students from Tuesday, Nov. 19 to Saturday, Dec. 14 in the Vault Gallery.

19 Perron St., 780-460-4310; artgalleryofstalbert.ca

Visual Arts Studio Association

The Veil is an exhibit by Karen Blanchet. Until Saturday, Nov. 30.

Elizabeth Meetsma has an exhibit in the Corridor Gallery through November.

25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave., St. Albert; 780-460-5990, vasa-art.com

The Collective

Exhibit of recent acquisitions to the City of St. Albert Permanent Public Art Collection featuring works by Jessica Plattner, Gerry Dotto, Rayma Peterson, Borys Tarasenko. Until Thursday, Dec. 12.

43 St. Thomas St. 780-470-2059 & the-collective.ca

St. Albert Seniors Association

The St. Albert Photography Club has a rotating selection of artistic photographs on display in the foyer area of Red Willow Place.

7 Taché St., stalbertphotoclub.com

Funky Petals

Memory Roth is hosting an exhibit featuring her new painting series called Flower Power Minis. Until Saturday, Nov. 30.

#50, 200 St. Albert Trail. 780-458-3585 & funkypetals.com

Musée Morinville Museum

The Morinville Art Club has a rotating selection of art on display.

10010 101 St. in Morinville; 780-572-5585, museemorinvillemuseum.com

Women’s Art Museum

The DEVENIR collective (Doris Charest, Danièle Petit, Karen Blanchet, Sabine Lecorre-Moore, and Patricia Lortie) offer their latest exhibition, a work in progress called Stitched Time. Until Wednesday, December 11.

200, 8627 rue Marie-Anne Gaboury (91 Street) in Edmonton. 780-462 0502, ext 7 & wamsoc.ca

Kaasa Gallery

Shaping Alberta is a juried group exhibit that shares 10 Alberta artists' visual perspective on life and creativity. It reminds us how significant our environment/personal landscape is to us all and what we see and do every day shapes us personally. It also shapes our communities and our cultural identity. It’s a partnership between CARFAC Alberta and the Friends of the Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society. The exhibit features St. Albert artists Jennifer Conneely and David Scott, along with Ilse Anysas-Salkauskas, Kelly Boreson-Charland, Norman Burnham White, Margriet Hogue, Debbie.lee Miszaniec, Tatianna O'Donnell, Sherry Richardson, and Rene Thibault. Until Sunday, November 24.

The Kaasa Gallery is located in the lower lobby of the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave. in Edmonton. 780-427-2760 & jubileeauditorium.com/edmonton

YEG Canvas

The new rotation of artworks is now on display for the Edmonton Arts Council’s third-annual public art project. Look for new works on various billboard and LRT poster locations throughout the capital city.

edmontonarts.ca

Upcoming events and news

As Is; On Sight is the Visual Arts Student Association's showcase featuring works from all disciplines created by University of Alberta students including Kiona Ligtvoet. The event takes place from 7 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, November 16. Proceeds from sales go to the BFA Grad Show in April 2020. Enterprise Square Galleries, 10230 Jasper Avenue in Edmonton. 780-422-6097 & ualberta.ca/campus-life/our-campuses/enterprise-square

Father Douglas will be one of the featured artists in the Art Gallery of Alberta's Small Works Sale that opened Thursday, Nov. 7 and runs until January 11, 2020. Look for it in the community gallery adjoining the Art Rental & Sales Gallery on the lower level. The AGA is located at 2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq. in Edmonton. 780-425-5379 & youraga.ca

The Country Craft Fair is ready for its massive annual event with more than 100 local artisans offering their products including bath, body, Christmas, décor, fibre, floral, food, glass, jewelry, painting, paper, photography, pottery, quilting, and wood products. Now marking its 34th year, the St. Albert Place Visual Arts Council’s fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 16 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sun., Nov. 17. St. Albert Place. Free parking and free admission. www.sapvac.ca




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