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Call for Submissions

Submission deadline is February 29, 2024.
February 1 to March 9 at the Art Gallery of St. Albert

Time and Terrain: Connecting to the Land and Sky

Samantha Williams-Chapelsky
October 31 to February 24, 2024 at the Musée Héritage Museum

First Languages

Two exhibitions from The Canadian Language Museum
February 6 to May 4 at the Art Gallery of St. Albert

Inseparable Fragments

Santosh Korthiwada
Musée Héritage Museum
Enriching arts and heritage experiences

Musée Héritage Museum

Art Gallery of St. Albert
Exceptional arts and heritage experiences

Art Gallery of St. Albert

Heritage Sites
Enriching heritage experiences

Heritage Sites

Our Locations

The Art Gallery and the Museum are thrilled to present these fantastic 2024 exhibitions, so save the dates and come experience art, heritage and history with us!

Are you interested in seeing your work in an Art Gallery of St. Albert exhibition?

Our call for submissions is now open for artists, artist groups and curators of all artistic and cultural backgrounds working in all styles and mediums. Propose an exhibition by sending in a submission by February 29, 2024. Learn more and apply now online, or visit us on January 18 from 6:30-7:30 pm for an Inside Scoop session on all aspects of the submission process.

Upcoming Events

Come down to the Art Gallery of St. Albert to celebrate the hardworking artists who bring our exhibitions to life. An artist talk will give visitors the chance to hear about the work from their artist themselves, with time to explore the exhibition and ask questions.

About the Exhibition: Layers of paint, colour and texture are sculpted by St. Albert artist Samantha Williams-Chapelsky in a celebration of landscape. Her works freely captures the entire experience of the wide open prairie – the sweep of wind across the field, unbelievable ranges of colour and a sky that encompasses the entire soul.  

Tune in for a short tour of our latest exhibition. Our curator will take viewers through the exhibition, chatting about their artists work and inspiration. The tours are broadcast live on social media, with the recordings available later to fit your schedule.

Tune in for a short tour of our latest exhibition. Our curator will take viewers through the exhibition, chatting about their artists work and inspiration. The tours are broadcast live on social media, with the recordings available later to fit your schedule.

Discover the possibilities of modifying your acrylic paints with Mediums, Gels & Pastes!

Join us for the Wild Side: Polar Prairie Pacific opening event at the Musée Héritage Museum. Photographer Dave Conlin will give a presentation on his photography around Big Lake, exploring the changes in seasons and the lives of our animal neighbours. Following Dave's talk stick around for refreshments and enjoy the Wild Side.

We welcome outdoor writer and photographer Duane S. Radford as part of the exhibition "The Wild Side: Polar, Prairie, Pacific. He will share stories about surviving the outdoors.

A Former Forest Ranger, Radford has written 1000+ magazine articles, newspaper travel articles, and fish and wild game recipes, plus nine books. His most recent book, published in 2021, is the Canadian Outdoor Survival Guide. 

Exciting Update: Additional Date Added for Previously Sold-Out Class!

Join us at Musée Héritage Museum to learn how to make beaded fringe earrings! Using Valentine’s Day-themed colours, you will bead your own set of earrings using the brick stitch technique. You can choose one of three patterns to make, each with its own flair! All materials will be provided—no experience required.
Exciting Update: Additional Date Added for Previously Sold-Out Class!

Pick of the Week!

Norma Callicott, 'Love Deeply, 11x14", mixed media on cradleboard.

Art Nook + Discovery Room

Explore, touch, and create in the Discovery Room at the Musée Héritage Museum, an activity-based space for the young and young-at-heart! Additionally, visit the Art Gallery of St. Albert for a free family-friendly art activity in our Art Nook, featuring hands-on arts and crafts that complement our current exhibitions, with activities varying every month.
Discovery Room
Stained Glass Heart

Discovery Room

Art Nook
Tissue Paper Scene

Art Nook

MODIFYING PAINT WITH TEXTURES! Golden Artist Colors Demonstration with Samantha Williams-Chapelsky

Discover the possibilities of modifying your acrylic paints with Mediums, Gels & Pastes! March 9 from 10:30 am to noon. This is a FREE event! (donations welcome)

Get your family out of the house, take a personal break, or learn something new and leave the whole creative art making mess to us!

Art Gallery of St. Albert, Musée Héritage Museum and St. Albert’s Heritage Sites provide fun, educational non-profit programs. They are designed for families with children ages 5 to 13. History-based programs are offered at the museum and heritage sites, and art programs are instructed by professional art instructors right in the heart of downtown St. Albert.

Rent + Buy Art

The Rental and Sales Gallery represents more than 45 local and regional artists. New artwork is regularly added to our inventory of over 300 pieces. A wide range of sizes, mediums, styles and subject matter are available to suit any budget.

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