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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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David Hoffos, Colin Campbell, Shawna Dempsey, Zacharias Kunuk, Mike Holboom, Various Artists  /  Magnetic North
December 1, 2001 - January 13, 2002

Organized by the Walked Art Centre. Co-presented by the Walker Arts Centre and Video Pool Inc. with assistance from Plug In Gallery. Financial support provided by The Canadian Council for the Arts, the Canadian Consulate General Millennium Arts Fund of The Canada Council for the Arts.
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C.D. Hoy  /  First Son: Portraits by C.D. Hoy
December 1, 2001 - January 13, 2002

Organized by Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver. Curator: Faith Moosang Born in China in 1883, Chow Dong Hoy was only seventeen years old when he bravely immigrated to western Canada to assist his impoverished family.
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Various Artists  /  Contemporary Japanese Quilts from Moriguchi City
October 13, 2001 - November 23, 2001

Support from the Canadian Council for the Arts was provided through the Japan-Canada Fund, a gift from the Government of Japan, and the sponsorship of M P E engineering Ltd.
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Sudo Reiko  /  NUNO: Contemporary Japanese Textiles
October 13, 2001 - November 20, 2001

Curator: Joan Stebbins NUNO (meaning cloth) was founded in 1984 as a commercial venture dealing with all stages of textile creation: planning, designing, manufacturing and sales.
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Susan Schuppli  /  Phony
September 8, 2001 - October 20, 2001

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Susan Schuppli prepared for the SAAG a new multi-sited public art project which explored communication technologies through the culture of the telephone.
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Takao Tanabe  /  Wet Coasts and Dry Lands
August 25, 2001 - October 6, 2001

Curator: Roger Boulet The epic landscape and coast of British Columbia is the subject of the works of renowned painter Takao Tanabe.
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Gwen Curry  /  Witness
June 24, 2001 - August 19, 2001

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Phil Bergerson  /  Shards of Civilization
June 23, 2001 - August 19, 2001

Circulated by the Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto Bergerson’s photographs are about fragments, shards, and signs that can nudge viewers into reflection about the quirky nature and condition of culture, society, and themselves.
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Various Artists  /  Their Own Backyard
May 5, 2001 - June 7, 2001

Guest Curators: Dillison Malinksy, Gillian Russell Their Own Backyard brings together works of various media and represents artists from several Canadian regions and the United States who have chosen to make art that explores their sense of place; the place that grounded them as children and continued to influence them as adults.
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David Kramer  /  HEAVEN ON EARTH
March 3, 2001 - April 29, 2001

Kramer’s practice combines sculpture, video, performance, painting and the written word while neatly avoiding any traditional categorizations.
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Janet Cardiff, George Bures Miller  /  The Muriel Lake Incident
March 3, 2001 - April 29, 2001

This work by two local artists was recently featured at the new Tate Museum and the Sixth Istanbul Biennial. The Lethbridge couple has often worked together to produce much sought after sound and installation works since they took up residency in 1988 when Cardiff was appointed to the Faculy of Fine Arts at the University of Lethbridge.
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Marian Penner Bancroft  /  By Land and Sea (Prospect and Refuge)
January 20, 2001 - February 25, 2001

Curator: Karen Henry Organized by presentation Houser Gallery. Bancroft is a mature artist an established body of photo-based, conceptually oriented work expressing personal and community histories, often based in landscape.
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Mindy Yan Miller  /  Crown
January 20, 2001 - February 25, 2001

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Mindy Yan Miller’s work addresses issues of memory, loss, recovery, desire and embodiment.
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Baco Ohama  /  MIYOSHI a taste that lingers unfinished in the mouth
December 2, 2000 - January 14, 2001

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Tom Bendsten  /  Argument #5
December 2, 2000 - January 14, 2001

Curator: Joan Stebbins Constructed entirely from over 3000 pounds of used books collected by Toronto artist Tom Bendtsen, this wide, circular tower dominated the upper gallery, the site of the former Carnegie Library.
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Hamish Fulton  /  Two River Walks
October 14, 2000 - November 22, 2000

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canadian Council for the Arts. During July of 1999, British artist Hamish Fulton accepted an invitation from the gallery to come to southern Alberta where he embarked on a two-week walk along the Milk River and one week along the Red Deer River.
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Karilee Fuglem  /  Cumulous
October 14, 2000 - November 19, 2000

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts. The upper gallery was used to great advantage in this installation, which incorporated hundreds of individually inflated transparent plastic bags.
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Harold Klunder  /  The Lethbridge Paintings
August 26, 2000 - October 4, 2000

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canadian Council for the Arts. In the fall and spring of 1997-98, eastern-Canadian artist Harold Klunder lived in Lethbridge while he was a sessional instructor in the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Lethbridge.
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Lois Andison  /  Camouflage
June 24, 2000 - August 20, 2000

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts. Production of the work was supported by The Ontario Arts Council and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.
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Patrick Mahon  /  Palindrome
June 24, 2000 - August 20, 2000

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the Art Gallery of Peterborough; funding assistance from the Canadian Council for the Arts.
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