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Feature Gallery
The ACC operates the only public gallery in the province dedicated to exhibiting craft arts and is Edmonton’s second largest public gallery. The Feature Gallery hosts
4+ exhibitions per year.

Discovery Gallery
The Discovery Gallery is dedicated to showing new work by established and emerging fine craft artists as well as small group exhibitions.  The Discovery Gallery is located on the main level of the ACC and features 7+ exhibitions per year.

ACC Around Alberta

Alberta Craft Council + 15 Window, Calgary

Alberta Craft Council + 15 Window exhibitions display exciting new work for two month periods by ACC members, partner organizations and cross-promote arts events in Calgary. The window is located in the busy + 15 pedway system with a diverse range of Calgarians walking through daily.

Current + 15 Exhibition:  

 

Brenda Danbrook

Exhibition Dates: January 19 - March 11, 2017
Artist Reception: Thursday, January 26 from 6-7pm refreshments to follow at The Palamino
Location: Arts Commons, + 15 Walkway, 205 8 Avenue SE, Calgary

"This series contains imagery drawn from our environment, and the present day infrastructures in the heartland where I live, in efforts to capture a glimpse of Alberta’s past and present, to commemorate that collective memory of the relationships we all share between people and our surroundings. I am showing an enduring physical record of human activities, in hope that the artwork inspires a desire to learn more about our province’s heritage and a deeper respect for our constantly changing landscape.”

Brenda Danbrook produces a wide variety of hand crafted ceramics from her studio in Opal, Alberta - tiny little hamlet and farming community north of Edmonton. Brenda studied at the Alberta College of Art + Design, the Australian National University, and Red Deer College, Alberta.

Upcoming 2017 Alberta Craft Council + 15 Window Exhibitions:

March 16 - May 13: Dalia Saafan
May 18 - July 15: Monika Smith
July 20 - September 16: JoAnna Lange
September 21 - November 11: Larissa Blokhuis


 

ACC @ the YEG

The Alberta Craft Council has two mini exhibitions in the Rotational Art Program at the Edmonton International Airport.  The EIA is home to six rotational displays and five partner displays that are integrated as part of the building. Currently the Rotational Art Program features Holly Boone, Sara Norquay and Eveline Kolijn.

Exhibition image of felted sculptures by Holly Boone and books by Sara Norquay

Holly Boone and Sara Norquay's work is from the ACC exhibition #ABCRAFT. The exhibition looked at how digital technology is enhancing or impacting fine craft artists in Alberta. Read more about the exhibition, Holly and Sara here.



Sublime Waste by Eveline KolijnEveline Kolijn is a printmedia and multidisciplinary artist, who lives and works in Calgary. She graduated from the Alberta College of Art + Design in 2008 and is the recipient of the Governor General’s Academic medal. Since graduating, Eveline has developed her visual arts career through exhibitions and residencies, public art projects, teaching and community development. Her art has been published in various scientific publications. She is a printmedia instructor for the School of Continuing Education at the Alberta College of Art + Design in Calgary, Canada a member of the Public Art Board of the City of Calgary.

Eveline Kolijn's interest in the biological sciences and concern for the environment is expressed through printmaking and sculptural installations made from found synthetic materials. She explores forms and patterns in Nature and the relationship between our society and the natural environment. Eveline strongly believes that the arts enrich society, and wants to share her experience and passion in learning environments and community involvement.