installation

MFA Artist Kyle Terrence talks end times in his drawing and intermedia final presentation You don't normally associate an art gallery visit with being...

Alison Yanota is a theatre designer who believes in the performance space as a form of interactive sculpture.

January’s been a bit dreary, but at Rutherford Library, the University of Alberta’s Humanities and Social Sciences library, three exhibits have brightened the month....
Painting of a sneering girl

We all know the saying, “Those who can’t do, teach.” Art & Design 2.0. will have you thinking again. The second...

Did you know that there is a feminist exhibition space housed in the Department of Women’s and Gender studies? The space showcases creative work by...
InScope by Dam de Nogales, in front of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Health and Research Innovation, University of Alberta (2015).

Public art in Edmonton is often connected to UAlberta art makers and patrons. Public art is one of the most visible expressions of community values...

On Halloween night, the University of Alberta’s music community is organizing a Sound Mask Parade downtown. Ths live, collective, improvisational and mobile sound exhibition will...
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Natalie Jachyra’s the companionship of isolation is an immersive experience. A series of video and photographic installations, the final visual presentation for Natalie’s MFA in...

Q & A with exhibition curator and UAlberta design studies prof Aidan Rowe With files by TJ Jans. Feature image from an Edmonton Wayfinding Society...
Techniques in Melancholia by Brad Necyk (2015).

UAlberta grad and instructor exhibits art based on transplant donors and recipients’ experiences at University of Alberta Hospital Brad Necyk (‘13 MFA) aims to transport...