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Art Gallery of St. Albert Nintawin features works by emerging artist Niamh Dooley. Until Saturday, March 28. Love Thy Neighbour features works by Elsa Robinson and John Kayinamura in celebration of Black History Month. Until Saturday, Feb.

Art Gallery of St. Albert

Spectator Sports is an online exhibit by Kyle Beal. Until March.

Differentiated Reality/Realidad Diferenciada is an online exhibit by Pepe Hidalgo. Until May 8. Virtual exhibition tours take place on Friday, Feb. 26 (from 3 to 4 p.m.), and on Tuesday, March 9 (from noon to 1 p.m.). Register at

The gallery is still closed due to the pandemic. 19 Perron St., 780-460-4310;

Federation of Canadian Artists

The Edmonton Chapter exhibit is a juried online show that opens on Friday, February 26. Participating artists include Susan Abma, Victoria Armstrong, Laurena Beirnes, Joyce Boyer, Crystal Driedger, Erinn Evans, Carmen Gonzalez, Marilynn Jeffery-Warehime, Donna Kaut, Shirley Kinneberg, Margaret Klappstein, Francis Marte, Karen McCallum, Anne McCartney, Barbra Regamey McDonald, Kristine McGuinty, Cindy McLaren, Cindy Revell, Rick Rogers, Memory Roth, Judy Schafers, Terrie Jane Shaw, Anita Skubleny, Tessa Stanley, Kristina Steinbring, Hilda Valdes, Jori Warren, and Mary Whale. Visit to view the exhibit. Until March 30.

Art Gallery of Alberta

5 Artists 1 Love is an annual Black History Month event that marks its 15th year of celebrating the vibrancy of African Canadian Communities through artistic community engagement. It starts with a three-piece webisode series titled Retrospective that will launch  on Friday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. An AGAlive Panel Discussion follows on Saturday, February 27 at 2 p.m. Event details and registration to come on

Black Every Day is the art exhibition component and it opens on March 6 featuring artists AJA Louden, Braxton Santiago-Garneau, Keon Courtney, Fetsum Teclemariam, jay Dontae, Ash Shumba, Shaihiem Small, Raneece Buddan, Kanyamashokoro César (Shoko), Richard Lipscombe, Hollee McKerchar, Emily Schouten, Trevor ‘CURLY’ Peters, Lisa Mayes, and Judy Robinson. Visit to learn more. Until June 6.

The gallery is still closed due to the pandemic. 2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq. in Edmonton. 780-425-5379;

Scott Hayes

About the Author: Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns and profiles on people.
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