The Hub Gallery

Trundled ~ Folk
artsPlace Online Concert

  May 4, 2020 — May 31, 2020  | Monday, May 4 at 7 pm release date!

Based across several mountain ranges, two time zones, and a continental divide, Trundled is Joe Shea and Ellen Braun, two talented singer-songwriters who combine their artistic forces to write and perform powerful and persuasive songs.

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This photography exhibition invites a fresh perspective on Indigenous story and reflects on the ways in which Blackfoot history intersects with contemporary thought. The work of Marjie Crop Eared Wolf and Star Crop Eared Wolf aims to foster a deeper public awareness of the complexities of Indigenous identity.

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Stoney Nakoda Heroes by students of Exshaw School
A celebration of Stoney Nakoda culture and history in the Bow Valley

  June 16, 2020 — July 18, 2020  | Opening Reception: Tues. Jun. 16 at 5:30 pm

Students from Exshaw school honour their ancestors in this exhibit that tells the story of their real-life heroes from their own family lines.

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  July 22, 2020 — August 26, 2020

What is real and what is not real? For centuries, the possibility that unicorns and dragons could roam the Earth seemed as plausible, to some, as elephants. Creatures features 19 artworks of fantastical beings primarily from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts by seven artists.

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