Alberta Craft Council
Alberta Craft Gallery
10186-106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

780-488-6611 / 1-800-DO CRAFT


Alberta Craft Gallery Hours
Monday - Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm
Closed Sunday & Statutory Holidays
Free Customer Parking at back of building

Closed: Canada Day - Saturday July 1 & Monday July 3, 2017 


Participating artists: Nicole Baxter, Linda Chow, Robin Dupont, Milt Fischbein, Matt Gould, Terry Hildebrand, Brad Keys, Eveline Kolijn, Diane Krys, Darren Petersen, Jean-Claude and Talar Prefontaine, Shona Rae and Simon Wroot.

In the News


Speaking Notes: Nickle Galleries’ Recent Acquisitions - Calgary, AB 

Mary by Kari Woo, one of the acquisitions featured in the exhibition.Exhibition Dates: June 8 - August 18, 2017
Location: Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary

Since opening its doors to the public in 1979, Nickle Galleries has benefited from the generosity of countless individuals who have donated precious art objects, time, and occasionally, funds.  Each new arrival not only expands the collections, they help to rejuvenate them—facilitating new connections and narratives.   Speaking Notes introduces a selection of recent donations and purchases, and promises of stories to come.

Recent aquisitions in the exhibition include Mary by Kari Woo.


Katherine Russell Commissioned by Sparwood Arts & Heritage Council 

Unveiling Ceremony: Saturday, July 1, 1pm
Location: Outside Sparwood Rec Centre, Sparwood, BC

Katherine Russell has been awarded a commission by the Sparwood Arts & Heritage Council to create an artwork to celebrate Canada's 150th. The work in progress is fused and sandcarved glass panels, depicting the Elk Valley's offerings, with a theme of sustainability and protection. The artwork will tour the Elk Valley communities for the summer, then find it's permanent home in Sparwood come Fall.

Find out more here.


Dawn Detarando & Brian McArthur Featured in Edmonton Journal

Dawn Detarando and Brian McArthur were featured in the  Edmonton Journal article "#Landmarks: Immense Mode stands tall as artistic and technical marvel" on June 9, 2017.

Read the article here.


Members at The Works Art & Design Festival - Edmonton, AB

Festival Dates: June 22 - July 4, 2017
Location: Downtown Edmonton

ACC members at the Works Festival include:

Site 1: Churchill Square
Secrets for Dinner - Alysse Bowd

Site 3: The Vignettes Building
Celebrate Fibre Arts & Art Demonstrations - Focus on Fibre Arts Association

Site 6: Fairmont Hotel MacDonald
Firebrand Glass Studios - Julia Reimer & Tyler Rock

Site 16: Alberta Craft Council
Feature Exhibition: Women's Hands Building a Nation & Discovery Exhibition Threads that Bind

Find out more here.


Introducing New Executive Director: Barry Moss

The Board and Staff are pleased to welcome Barry Moss as new Executive Director of the Alberta Craft Council. Barry begins his position in June, 2017.

With fifteen plus years of experience in leadership and gallery management, Barry brings great enthusiasm and excitement to the role. He has worked with arts organizations in BC, Ontario, UK and France, is an educator and continues his own textile and printmaking practice.

Barry will bring a new energy to the ACC team and continue our efforts to be the organization of first choice for professional to serious amateur craft artists and craft aficionados.

About Barry

Throughout my life, I have advocated for traditional needle crafts, as a teacher, mentor, curator and artist.
My craft career began in the late 1960’s at the tender age of six making stump work buttons - I was paid a shilling for five button bases readied for goldwork. I have been involved with needle craft ever since.

My professional career as a textile artist began in the early 1980’s. As a contributor for “British Patchwork & Quilting” magazine I wrote tutorials on miniature work and designed a miniature quilt to commemorate their 200th issue. I was featured in “Canadian Quilter” as one of five men working professionally as fiber artists in Canada. One of the most exciting moments of my career was being commissioned by Reader’s Digest to create the samples for the updated publication of “Complete Guide to Sewing”.

My work as a textile educator and curator in the UK, France, Canada and the USA has introduced me to many different possibilities in textiles. I have adjudicated textile exhibitions in England, Wales, Canada and New York state and have participated in international textile exhibitions in Birmingham, UK.

In the past few years, I've worked in Fort St. John, BC at Peace Gallery North to promote local artists and to introduce new emerging talent. As Executive Director, Chair and Program Coordinator for the Peace Arts Gallery, I worked as an advocate for the arts and artists of Peace River.