Art Gallery of St. Albert
And All of Everything by Brad Necyk and Gary James Joynes has been postponed until 2022.
Differentiated Reality/Realidad Diferenciada is an online exhibit by Pepe Hidalgo. Exhibition runs until May 8.The gallery is still closed due to the pandemic. 19 Perron St., 780-460-4310; artgalleryofstalbert.ca.
Musée Héritage Museum
Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest is an exhibition from the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art. It is guest curated by Dion Kaszas and features works by Nakkita Trimble (Nisga’a), Nahaan (Tlingit), Corey Bulpitt (Haida), and Dean Hunt (Heiltsuk). Until May 16.
The museum is still closed to the public. 780-459-1528; www.museeheritage.ca.
Kiona Ligtvoet's These Are the Things is an installation of paintings with an assortment of nostalgic objects that explores the artist’s "non-linear means of storytelling, drawing from memory, writings and photographs." She describes the work as a “gentle attempt at navigating intergenerational barriers to grief, tenderness and longing, in the presence of enfranchisement and personal displacement."
It opens in the Garage by appointment only to single-household groups. Until June 19.
10242 106 St. in Edmonton. 780-423-5353; latitude53.org
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. A three-piece webisode series titled Retrospective was recently launched.
Black Every Day is the art exhibition component 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 5artists1love.com 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; youraga.ca