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Glen MacKinnon  /  Flat Land
February 3, 1990 - March 11, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. The themes in Glen Mackinnon’s work revolve around the act of making; archetypal and elemental images of nature mediated by human involvement.
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Alan Storey  /  Machine for Drawing on the Prairie
December 9, 1989 - January 28, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Vancouver artist Alan Story has produced a startling number of major sculptural works early in his career.
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Honor Kever  /  Stations Along the Way
December 4, 1989 - January 28, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, with funding assistance from The Canada Council and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.
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Al McWilliams  /  Recent Work
October 21, 1989 - November 29, 1989

Al McWillliams’ new pieces are intended for indoor, gallery viewing, a factor which has allowed the artist to deviate from steel and to experiment with increasingly fragile materials.
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Lee Dickson  /  Recent Work
October 21, 1989 - November 29, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Toronto artist Lee Dickson invites us to consider the conventions of representation as they are applied to the body – the human body, the earth and space in general.
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Marcia Perkins  /  Paintings
September 9, 1989 - October 15, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. Marcia Perkins has continually worked with still life subjects, and her love of form has left her to collect things – memorabilia – which she paints and repaints in varying configurations, each object having a symbolic meaning known only to herself.
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Andrew Dutkewych  /  Continuum: Contemporary Canadian Sculpture Series
September 9, 1989 - October 15, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Montreal sculptor Andrew Dutkewych placed the figure or, more specifically the human head, beneath or alongside architectural forms in order to describe a conjunction between the individual and the social environment.
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Michel Daigneault  /  Paintings
September 9, 1989 - October 15, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins In both his monumental free-standing works and the more recent wall pieces seen here, Daigneault questions the longstanding assumption that abstract painting constitutes a totality.
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Various Artists  /  Remembering the West
July 22, 1989 - September 3, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery from the collection of the Glenbow Museum. Images of the Old West- the cowboys’ life on the range, the challenge of the buffalo hunt or the thrill of rodeo competition – have become a vivid part of the western heritage.
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Ann Newdigate Mills  /  Look at it This Way
July 15, 1989 - September 3, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Newdigate Mills’ most recent series of seven tapestry panels examine the cultural meanings and values ascribed to tapestry and interrogates the fine art criteria which consistently  relegates the medium to a marginal or subordinate position.
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Susan G. Scott  /  Blindman's Bluff
June 3, 1989 - July 15, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. In her most recent series of paintings, Susan Scott continues the figurative explorations she has pursued for a number of years and which find their base in the narrative tradition of painting.
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Ron Kanashiro  /  Sculpture
June 3, 1989 - July 15, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. By 1985 and 1987, Ron Kanashiro executed nine sculptures collectively called the Shrine Series.
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David Hlynsky  /  Meditations on Banality
April 29, 1989 - May 28, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. David Hlynsky’s recent photographs champion the aesthetic value of the familiar object.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
April 29, 1989 - May 28, 1989

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with Lethbridge School district #51 and Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division #4; funding assistance from the School Districts and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Elvira Bach, Luciano Castelli, Peter Chevalier, Rainer Fetting, Ter Hell, Karl Horst Hödicke, Bruce McLean, Olaf Metzel, Helmut Middendorf, A.R. Penck, Reinhard Pods, Gerd Salome Rohling  /  Desire for Life: Pictures from Berlin
March 11, 1989 - April 22, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Cosponsored by the Goethe Institute, Vancouver, the Institute for Foreign Relations and Lufthansa German Airlines.
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Eleanor Bond  /  Work Station
March 11, 1989 - April 23, 1989

Organized by Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg, with funding assistance from The Canada Council. In a recent series of paintings and drawings, Winnipeg artist Eleanor Bond addresses the themes of employment and our attitudes toward jobs in relation to unemployment and the need for social change and reorganization.
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Mary Scott  /  Mary Scott
January 28, 1989 - March 5, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition will provide the viewer with an opportunity to examine the current work of Calgary artist Mary Scott.
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Guy Pellerin  /  Paintings
January 28, 1989 - March 5, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Painting in post-war Quebec has been notable for its formal inventiveness.
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Greg Edmonson  /  Permutations and Mutations
January 28, 1989 - March 5, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. While travelling for the part two years in the badlands of Alberta and the deserts of the western United States, Greg Edmonson has become acutely aware of the complexity inherent in the interpretation of landscapes and their associations.
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Tim Watkins  /  Somewhere I Have Never Travelled
December 10, 1988 - January 22, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Tim Watkins is something of a contemporary Dadaist, paying scant attention to mainstream art dogma and choosing to conduct his own explorations of society’s foibles with the intensity and disarming wackiness of a mad scientist bent on saving the world from its own folly.
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Wendy Toogood  /  Constructions
December 10, 1988 - January 22, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins  As an artist, teacher, and sometimes curator, Wendy Toogood has been a long-time participant in the Calgary art scene.
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Various Artists  /  Selections from the City of Lethbridge
December 10, 1988 - January 22, 1989

Curator: Joan Stebbins Often overshadowed by larger institutional collections, the City of Lethbridge Collection nevertheless contains several historically significant works as well as a number of pieces that relate directly to the history of the region.
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Robert McNealy  /  Sculpture
October 22, 1988 - November 30, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Robert McNealy’s training in archaeology and anthropology has led to an interest in how people adapt to landscape and how it shapes their culture.
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Medrie MacPhee, Susanna Heller  /  Latitudes and Parallels
October 22, 1988 - November 30, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Medrie MacPhee and Susanna Hiller are landscape painters with similar intentions that produce very different results.
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