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Arlene Stamp, Mary Scott, Janice Gurney  /  Blind Stairs
November 22, 2003 - January 24, 2004

The idea for this exhibition came from the artists.  Janice Gurney summed it up by observing that “Arlene, Mary and I feel that we are at similar points in our lives as artists.
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Susan Kealey  /  Ordinary Marvel
September 20, 2003 - November 22, 2003

Susan Kealey was diagnosed with chronic leukemia at the age of sixteen. In spite of her condition, she completed high school at seventeen and went on to earn a degree in philosophy from McGill University in Montréal.
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Shari Hatt  /  Dogs: 1999-2003
June 21, 2003 - September 7, 2003

[Shari Hatt's photographs]... are brilliant and they really challenge notions of personality, identity, gender, sexuality, capitalism and you-name-it.
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Gerald Ferguson, Ben Reeves, Carmen Ruschiensky, Francine Savard  /  Lines Painted in Early Spring
June 21, 2003 - August 17, 2003

This exhibition of paintings, curated by Patrick Mahon, features the work of four Canadian artists from widely varying geographical and social backgrounds.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 3, 2003 - June 15, 2003

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with Lethbridge School district #51 and Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division #4, with funding assistance from participating schools and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Peter Flemming, Brian McKenna, Robyn Moody, Don Simmons  /  Used Vehicles
May 3, 2003 - June 15, 2003

As early as the advent of the machine age itself, technology and the advancement thereof has been a point of intrigue and contentious engagement for society and artists alike.
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Daniel Laskarin  /  It Might Not Take That Long
March 15, 2003 - April 27, 2003

Daniel Laskarin combines objects and video in his sculptural practice to explore perceptual experiences in which the stable categories of the known and unknown blur and overlap.
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Mark Ruwedel  /  Written on the Land
March 15, 2003 - April 27, 2003


Mark Ruwedel is an American photographer and master printer who has lived in Canada for the past twenty years. He currently divides his time between Vancouver and Los Angeles, where he teaches photography at the California State University at Long Beach.
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Ed Pien  /  In a Realm of Others
January 25, 2003 - March 9, 2003

Ed Pien’s use of drawing in an installation format has created a new vocabulary for this elemental medium. Pien’s use of sheer, glassine paper, both layered and constructed, in conjunction with his exuberant drawing style and idiosyncratic images has given new life and possibilities to a traditionally formal endeavor.
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Susan Turcot  /  Landing
January 25, 2003 - March 9, 2003

In 1997, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery invited artist Susan Turcot to spend a month at the Gushul studio in Blairmore.  While she was in residence, she worked on a series of small heads carved from wood, titled going home with the fairies.
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Annette Merkenthaler  /  Slow Spring
December 7, 2002 - January 19, 2003

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. In April and May of 1999, Annette Merkenthaler was artist in residence at the Gushul Studio in Blairmore, Alberta where she created three new works; two of which were site installation.
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Kai Chan  /  Rainbow Lakes
December 7, 2002 - January 12, 2003

Organized by the Art Gallery of Mississauga, the Tom Thomsom Memorial Gallery and Museum London. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Various Artists  /  Lethbridge Modern: Aspects of Architectural modernism in Lethbridge from 1945 - 1970
October 12, 2002 - November 24, 2002

The main exhibition featured educational, religious, commercial and industrial buildings - the Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre (1965), Paramount Theatre (1950), the Beth Israel Synagogue (1955), the Mondrian-inspired office for Meech Mitchell and Meech Architects (1953), the Notherside Fire Department Headquarters, (1960-72), the Water Tower (1958), Adams Ice Centre (1961), Lethbridge Public Library (1949), St.
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Michael Campbell  /  Twelve thousand years collapsing into eight seconds
October 12, 2002 - November 24, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. In Twelve thousand years collapsing into eight seconds, created expressly for the Southern Alberta Gallery’s upper gallery, Michael Campbell continued in the direction of his previous of turning the ordinary into the extraordinary.
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Anne Ramsden  /  Anastylosis: Inventory
August 24, 2002 - October 6, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Anee Ramsden’s production of Anastylosis: Inventory began in 1998 with the artist collecting over 300 dishes of various forms, functions, colours, motifs, and quality.
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Various Artists  /  Documents: A Survey of Conceptual Art
August 24, 2002 - September 30, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with the assistance of the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. The “meaning of art” has long captured the imagination of artists and by the mid-1960s, this pursuit gave rise to the belief that the essence of art was derived from the “idea” and had little to do with the privileged “object” of the past.
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Renée Van Halm  /  Dream Home
June 22, 2002 - August 18, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver and the Kamloops Art Gallery. Funding assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Various Artists  /  Another Look
June 22, 2002 - August 18, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. It is the gallery’s responsibility to house and care for the City of Lethbridge’s art collection the majority of which was a bequest from the collection of Donald B.
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Heather Macleod  /  Frontier
May 4, 2002 - June 16, 2002

Organized and circulated by Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Cathy Daley  /  Little Black Dress
March 9, 2002 - April 28, 2002

Organized and circulated by The Koffler Gallery, Toronto. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Yoko Takashima  /  Familii Front
March 9, 2002 - April 28, 2002

Co-organized with the Kamloops Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Video artist Yoko Takashima has gained a growing reputation for her idiosyncratic installations.
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Paul Kipps, Colette Whitten  /  Over Taking Over
January 19, 2002 - March 3, 2002

Over Taking Over is an exhibition of works in which the artists looked to the generation of their parents, now passing, and of their children, now arriving.
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Tania Kitchell  /  Cold Cuts
December 1, 2001 - January 13, 2002

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Using our harsh Canadian winters as inspiration, Kitchell’s exhibition Cold Cuts will give viewers a strong reminder of the shelter and security needed during our long winter months.
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