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Various Artists  /  On Your Marks
September 17, 2010 - November 14, 2010

As the inaugural exhibition of the newly renovated Southern Alberta Art Gallery, On Your Marks celebrates a diversity of relationships between artists, institutions and communities.
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Welcome to My World
September 17, 2010 - December 5, 2010

The Southern Alberta Art Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of our newest community-based initiative Welcome to My World.  Coinciding with our Grand Opening celebrations, this new program brings together a chorus of voices from Southern Alberta through the form of video narratives.
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Cal Lane  /  Sweet Crude
June 25, 2010 - September 5, 2010

At the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s Temporary Location: 324 – 5 Street South 

 Cal Lane remembers watching her grandmother bake cupcakes, covering them with paper doilies and sifting icing sugar on top to create a decorative lace pattern.
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Trudi Lynn Smith  /  finding aid
June 25, 2010 - September 5, 2010

Operating as an archive, social workspace, expedition and field guide, Trudi Lynn Smith’s project finding aid  is a multi-faceted approach to the intensely imagined visual legacy of Waterton Lakes National Park.
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Brian Goeltzenleuchter  /  Institutional Wellbeing: An Olfactory Plan for the Southern Alberta Art Gallery
May 1, 2010 - June 20, 2010

c (pronounced /k/) WELLNESS CENTRE Workplace choices more often than not, are the result of expediency, statistical fallacy, sentiment, political or media pressure, or personal prejudice and vested interest.
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Nanna Debois Buhl  /  Looking for Donkeys
March 13, 2010 - April 25, 2010

Nanna Debois Buhl practice is research-based with references to literature, documentary and experimental film. She works conceptually with film, writing, drawing, photography and sound.
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Brendan Tang  /  Manga Ormolu
March 13, 2010 - April 25, 2010

Brendan Tang boasts a ceramic practice that is distinctly contemporary, yet rooted heavily in ancient traditions.  Robotic armatures, mechanical hulls, rocket thrusters and other futuristic, manga/mecha-inspired components are fused together with delicate Ming dynasty vessels in an orgiastic mass.
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Manon De Pauw  /  Intrigues
January 23, 2010 - March 7, 2010

The works in the exhibition Manon De Pauw, Intrigues describe the path the artist has taken since the beginning of this decade.
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Various Artists  /  The Living City: Inclusive, Sustainable, Creative
January 23, 2010 - March 7, 2010

In partnership with the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), the Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC) and five art institutions across the country, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery is participating in an innovative new project, Youth Curators of the Future.
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Mary-Anne Mc Trowe, Cozies for Destroyed Lethbridge Landmarks: Capitol Theatre
Mary-Anne McTrowe  /  Decorate and Protect
November 28, 2009 - January 17, 2010

Prevalent throughout the domestic decorative arts, the tea-cozy remains an oft-visited tradition for novices and seasoned practitioners alike. Knit, crocheted or quilted, the purpose of the object is two-fold – it functions as an insulator keeping the tea warm, and is also a decorative and creative expression of its maker.
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Tricia Middleton  /  Midnight Gallery Rambles
November 26, 2009 - January 17, 2010

There are phantoms at play in Tricia Middleton’s exhibition Midnight Gallery Rambles.  Late-night recordings reveal a mysterious apparition hard at work renovating an architectural installation and using “building” materials such as rickety scaffolding on the brink of collapse and sculptural paintings doubling as tarps in the process.
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Chai Duncan, Leila Armstrong  /  12 Point Buck
October 5, 2009 - November 22, 2009

12 POINT BUCK is a collaborative duo comprised of Lethbridge artists Leila Armstrong and Chai Duncan.  In the Fall of 2007, Duncan and Armstrong became aware of a mutual interest in exploring representations of nature as artifice.
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Ian Pedigo  /  Those That Float Because They are light
September 26, 2009 - November 15, 2009

The Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but merely changes its form. The total quantity of matter and energy available in the universe is a fixed amount and never any more or less Modeling these properties of materials, the work propositioned for SAAG is an accumulation of unvalued and depreciated material having been transformed into renewed states, forms or purposes.
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Kristi Malakoff  /  The Circus and the Wishing Well
June 27, 2009 - September 13, 2009

Malakoff sees her practice as exploring two sides of the same coin and the space in between.  Balancing awe and intimidation, she creates work signaling elements of carnival while approaching notions of the sublime, and on occasion, the grotesque.
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Kelly Andres, Ingrid Bachman, James Graham, Allison Hrabluik, Annie Martin, Rita McKeough, Kerri Reid, Lyla Rye, Doug Scholes  /  Into The Streets:Avenues for Art
May 3, 2009 - September 26, 2009

This new exhibition program brings artwork out of the gallery and into the city.  Throughout the spring and summer, artists from across the country have been invited to create work, engage communities and challenge our perception of art and the roles of art institutions.
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Samuel Roy-Bois  /  Polarizer
March 14, 2009 - April 26, 2009

The work of Samuel Roy-Bois resists easy categorization, freely mixing drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, music, architecture and literature to create large-scale installations at once cool, complex and mysteriously affective.
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Raphaëlle de Groot  /  The Burden of Objects
January 1, 2009 - April 26, 2009

From January to May 2009 the Southern Alberta Art Gallery hosted Montréal artist Raphaëlle de Groot for an open-ended project investigating objects, the instability of any meanings they embody and the burden endured in their accumulation.
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David Hoffos  /  Scenes from the House Dream
October 4, 2008 - November 30, 2008

Our final exhibition of the year, and the last prior to the closure of the Gallery’s current premises for extensive renovations, is local artist David Hoffos’s master work, Scenes from the House Dream.
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Marie-Josée Laframboise  /  Points d'inflexion et de rebroussement 2 (Points of Inflection and Reflection 2)
June 26, 2008 - September 21, 2008

Montreal artist Marie-Josėe Laframboise produces work constructed from everyday materials. Paper, twine, plastic containers, string, netting, and plastic-coated wire have all contributed to her large-scale, site-specific installations.
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Yvonne Lammerich, Nicholas Wade, Jean van Wijk  /  Common Ground
June 26, 2008 - September 7, 2008

The exhibition Common Ground is the result of collaboration among three artists who live and work in different locations, but approach their practices through strategies that link their production to architecture.
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Various Artists  /  Understanding Contemporary Art
April 26, 2008 - June 8, 2008

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, curated by Hannah Wigle. With artworks from the City of Lethbridge’s Buchanan Bequest and from The University of Lethbridge Collection.
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Shary Boyle  /  The History of Light
March 8, 2008 - April 20, 2008

Although Shary Boyle's practice is based in painting and drawing, her work is resistant to easy categorization. Her production reaches out to the world at large and in doing so, invents a new figurative language that attempts to give voice to the experiences of the falsely or poorly represented.
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Vid Ingelevics  /  hunter/gatherer
March 8, 2008 - April 20, 2008

hunter/gatherer presents selections from two bodies of photographic work by Toronto artist Vid Ingelevics. The Platforms series, a set of photographs of hunting platforms found scattered in the countryside in the Gray County area predates the subsequent series of images of woodpiles begun in Switzerland in 2006 and currently continuing in Canada.
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David Spriggs  /  Archeology of Space
January 26, 2008 - March 2, 2008

Montreal artist David Spriggs’ work presents an engaging and original investigation of three- dimensional space. He has developed a unique method of layering transparent drawings to create the illusion of a third dimension.
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