Are We There Yet? features pulp puppetry based on the ancient art of fantoccini by Kate Hardy. Until Saturday, Oct. 30.
25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave. 780-460-5990 & vasa-art.com
Art Gallery of St. Albert
House Illuminates by Amy Loewan is the new structural exhibit in the gallery's main exhibit space. An in-person tour with curator Emily Baker is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 28 at 4 p.m. Artist Amy Loewan will be available to meet with visitors to the gallery on Saturday afternoons throughout the exhibition's run. Until Saturday, Nov. 13.
The Staircase Gallery will feature the exhibition called Through the Tide by Diana Ohiozebau. Until Nov. 6.
19 Perron St., 780-460-4310; artgalleryofstalbert.ca.
Lowlands Project Space
If you like Ryland Fortie's public art sculpture in the St. Albert Botanical Garden then you can check out more of his work at A Cold Sweat 2: The Sweatening. The space has been resurrected with a spooky and anxious exhibition featuring 11 new art installations inspired by modern monsters. The exhibition showcases Fortie and other artists from Edmonton, Calgary, Athabasca, and Montreal: Autumn Sjølie, Brandi Strauss, Cayley Lux, Ian Rowley, Jared Epp, Johnathan Onyschuk, Josh Navis, Nickelas Smokey Johnson, Max Keene, and Selene Huff. Until Sunday, Oct. 31. Pay what you can ($10 suggested admission).
11208 65 St. in Edmonton. 780-802-8874; facebook.com/lowlands.projects
AMPLIFY is an exhibit created to celebrate and amplify the voices of contemporary Alberta artists with a focus on notions of identity in their work. It features four local artists who express their perspectives through portraiture and figurative artwork. Look for works by Diana Ohiozebau (the Art Gallery of St. Albert's August artist of the month, whose Staircase Gallery show Through the Tide closes in November), along with Elsa Robinson, AJA Louden, and Raneece Buddan. Until Oct. 30
120, 501 Festival Ave. in Sherwood Park. 780-410-8585; strathcona.ca/gallery501
Colour Scheme is a rotating monthly online art gallery featuring selected works by students of Bellerose, Paul Kane, and St. Albert Catholic high schools. Each month of the school year starting in September, several pieces from each school will be highlighted on The Gazette’s website at www.stalberttoday.ca on the last Saturday of the month.