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Festival Launch Weekend FEBRUARY 1-29

FRI

Jan 31 18:0021:00 21:00until late

2020 marks the sixteenth edition of the annual Exposure Photography Festival and promises an exciting program, with festival headquarters located at Contemporary Calgary. Look for our outdoor exhibition, The FENCE, at Century Gardens.

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Feb 01 10:0012:00

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Participate in talks (Feb 1), tours (Feb 9), Instagram live tours (Feb 5), and more. For details and additional events, visit www.exposurephotofestival.com

FREE, register online via exposurephotofestival.com

Exposure After Party Last Best Brewing and Distillery, 607 11 Ave SW, Calgary / 21:00 until late

The FENCE Exhibition Opening University of Calgary Downtown Campus 906 8 Ave SW, Calgary Join Dave Shelley, Creative Producer and Co-Founder of The FENCE, for a talk and presentation of The FENCE exhibition.

MON

Feb 03 18:00

Gemma Marmalade and Philip Harris Exhibition Tour

TUE

Feb 04 18:0020:00

Tickets available soon via www.sidewalkcitizenbakery.com

SUN

Feb 02

13:0017:00

Exposure Portfolio Review

FREE

Feb 04 18:3020:30

Registration $70 via exposurephotofestival.com/the-2020-review

Travel & Landscape Seminar

Feb 05 12:30

Instagram Live Tour of Exposure Exhibitions Exposure’s Instagram: @exposurephotofestival Tune in to the Instagram Live feature on @exposurephotofestival to join our Curatorial Tour of The FENCE exhibition with Beth Kane, Exposure Coordinator.

SUN

Feb 09 14:00

Exposure FENCE Exhibition Tour

THU

Century Gardens, 826 8 St SW, Calgary Hear more about the exhibition on show with a tour led by Exposure Coordinator Beth Kane. Meeting point: Tim Hortons, 855 8 Ave SW.

Feb 20 18:00

Exposure Exhibitions Tour Contemporary Calgary, 701 11 St SW, Calgary Hear more about the exhibitions on show with a tour led by some of the Exposure 2020 exhibiting photographers themselves. FREE, child friendly

FREE, child friendly

FREE

FRI

Feb 07 19:0021:00

Enjoy a day of discovery with nationally accredited, award-winning and colourblind landscape photographer David Wilder as he sings tales from the open road. An insider look that will help you conquer your next adventure.

Instagram Live Tour of The FENCE Exhibition Exposure’s Instagram: @exposurephotofestival Tune in to the Instagram Live feature on @exposurephotofestival to join our Curatorial Tour of The FENCE exhibition with Beth Kane, Exposure Coordinator. FREE

PhotoED Magazine Presents… A Photo Inspiration Pecha Kucha Night!

THU

Feb 13

Calgary Central Library - Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall, 800 3 St SE, Calgary

School Tours of Exposure Exhibitions Contemporary Calgary (701 11 St SW, Calgary) & The Little Gallery at the University of Calgary Department of Art, Room 604, Art Parkade, 110 University Gate NW, Calgary Hear more about the exhibitions on show with child- and student-friendly tours led by Exposure Coordinator Beth Kane and Exposure Board Member Celina Vides.

Ten speakers show and tell their photography stories in only 20 slides, limited to 20 seconds per slide. This quick-fire presentation method allows for a fun evening of impactful storytelling, guaranteed to leave you inspired.

FRI

Feb 21 12:0513:35

Advanced bookable slots between 10:00-19:00 are required, email Exposure Coordinator beth@exposurephotofest.com

THU

SAT

Feb 08 14:00

Boon Ong Artist Talk Contemporary Calgary, 701 11 St SW, Calgary Learn more about Boon Ong’s exhibition, “Our Closets,” and hear about his photographic practice since winning the Exposure Emerging Photographers Showcase Photographer of the Year award in 2019.

Feb 13

18:3020:30

FREE, mature content

SAT

Feb 08 14:0017:00

Laura St. Pierre Artist Talk and Reception VIVIANEART, 1114 11 St SW, Calgary Please join us for Laura St. Pierre’s Artist Talk at 15:00 and an exhibition reception of Pierre’s new series of photographs, “The Sowers,” which depicts interventions in the urban landscape.

Feb 08 10:0017:00

Feb 22 13:0016:00

Tickets $49.95 (+tax) available via thecamerastore.com. Child friendly

FRI

Feb 14 18:00

FREE, child friendly

SAT

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Experience the beauty of night photography with Monika Deviat. She will tell her story of how she started in night photography, what keeps driving her to chase dark starry skies, and how she prepares for her adventures in the night, sometimes alone.

Lightroom 101 for Photography Seminar SAT

Learn Lightroom from the ground up! Focusing on the Library and Develop modules, Calgary photographer and Lightroom expert Tim Nguyen will take you through the major functionality of Lightroom’s organizational and editing features.

Feb 15

Tickets $149.95 (+tax) available via thecamerastore.com. Child friendly

11:00

Feb 08 15:0017:00

Motivations and Digital Techniques for Fine Art Nature Photography New Motion Gallery, 2001 10 Ave SW, Calgary A workshop by Stephen P. Dolha on his motivations and technical strategies for capturing nature in photographs as part of New Motion Gallery’s February 2020 Photography Exhibition entitled “Aqua: A Celebration of Water.” Tickets $20 for gallery society members, $30 for non-members, available at motiongallery.ca

SUN

Feb 16

12:0015:00

Contemporary Calgary, 701 11 St SW, Calgary Our first annual portfolio walk is the perfect opportunity to share work with fellow photographers and industry professionals in a casual setting. Join us for an afternoon of conversation and exchange and see an amazing amount of photography on display!

OT Brewery, 1155 44 Ave SE, Unit E, Calgary It’s a Valentine’s Day photo meetup! Come and connect with Calgary’s photo scene and meet like-minded photographers and creatives over beer brewed in-house at OT Brewery at this casual event. Print trades are highly encouraged!

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Exposure Exhibitions Tour

PARTNERS

Contemporary Calgary, 701 11 St SW, Calgary Hear more about the exhibitions on show with a tour led by Exposure Coordinator Beth Kane. FREE, child friendly

SAT

Exposure & The Camera Store: Portfolio Walk

FREE for event attendees. FREE advanced registration required via exposurephotofestival.com for photographers wishing to share their portfolios. Limited space is available. Registrations will be taken on a first come first serve basis. Child Friendly

Exposure & The Camera Store: Valentine’s Day Event

Tickets $5, book online via thecamerastore.com

The Camera Store Classroom, Unit 210, 3060 9 St SE, Calgary

ATB The Branch for Arts & Culture, 102 8 Ave SW, Calgary

FREE, register online via exposurephotofestival.com

Night Photography Seminar The Camera Store Classroom, Unit 210, 3060 9 St SE, Calgary

Ask Me Anything Panel – Social Media & Business Tools That Work for Creatives Join us for a discussion with photographers, strategists and those in the Arts+Culture space. The discussion will cover the resources experts use to automate business functions and build social media presence, as well as anything else you want to ask regarding a career in photography!

Tickets available via photoed.ca/calgary2020 Child friendly

The Camera Store Classroom, Unit 210, 3060 9 St SE, Calgary

Tickets $49.95 (+tax) available via thecamerastore.com. Child friendly

WED

12:30

Arts Commons, 205 8 Ave SE Calgary

Space is limited and registration is required before Feb. 2 by emailing Arts Commons Visual & Media Arts Associate, Sanja Lukac slukac@artscommons.ca with your full name.

Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary, 434 Collegiate Blvd NW, Calgary The Portfolio Review offers participating photographers the opportunity to present their work to industry professionals—from curators to practitioners, editors, and educators. Reviewers offer valuable feedback and career guidance.

Fabricating Fictions & Cranky and Resistant Talks by Dr Philip Harris & Gemma Marmalade Dr Philip Harris, program leader for BA (Hons) Photography at the University of Derby, UK, in Fabricating Fictions: A Critique of Photographic Conventions and Their Assumed Authority will discuss a number of projects and his rationale for (mis)using obsolete cinematic media as a means to deal with cultural themes and political issues. Gemma Marmalade, Senior Lecturer in the BA (Hons) Photography program at the University of Derby, UK, in Cranky and Resistant: Values and Qualities of Analogue Cine-Media in a Digital Age will present examples of practice navigating the notion of the “subversive voice,” where imagined fictions are presented as evocative social and historical photographic truths.

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Feb 06

The 621 Gallery, University of Calgary Department of Art, Room 621, Art Parkade, 110 University Gate NW, Calgary Gemma Marmalade and Philip Harris, academics for BA (Hons) Photography, University of Derby, UK, will discuss their work in light of the themes of Englishness, (mis)use of media, mischief, and politics.

Tzavta Cultural Dinner Salon 2020 Visions: Photography Now Sidewalk Citizen and Exposure present a special event that encourages the sharing of food and conversation. Seen through an international lens, our 2020 special guests will discuss contemporary photography from their distinct vantage points. Moderated by Exposure President and Board Chair, Dona Schwartz, speakers include Amelie Schüle, Curator, Unseen Amsterdam, and Sarah Allen, Assistant Curator of Photography, Tate Modern. Sidewalk Citizen will create a lavish meal in honour of the speakers, inspired by their passion, taste, heritage or whim.

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Since its inception, The FENCE has consistently attracted exceptional work by talented photographers from around the world. The FENCE creates a truly public platform, presenting powerful photographic narratives to a diverse and expansive audience, while offering new career opportunities for photographers.

Celebrate analogue photography with the release of SEITIES’ 11th print publication, Theme Landscape. The exhibition features handmade darkroom prints, Polaroids and wet plates from the published artists, and onsite tintype portraits! seities.ca

Contemporary Calgary, 701 11 St SW, Calgary Come celebrate the launch of Exposure 2020 and see our exhibitions on show at the festival HQ.

THU

Loft 112, 112 - 535 8 Ave SE, Calgary

FREE, child friendly

Sidewalk Citizen, 618 Confluence Way SE, Calgary

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The FENCE was conceived by United Photo Industries and Photo District News in 2011. It was presented for the first time in 2012 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, and has since grown and flourished through a series of strategic partnerships and like-minded cultural organizations across North America.

14:0019:00

Exposure Launch Party

FREE, child friendly

FOLLOW US

Welcome to the 8th edition of The FENCE, a largescale traveling photography exhibition reaching more than six million visitors annually, through open-air exhibitions in eight cities across North America: Atlanta, Boston, Brooklyn, Denver, Houston, Sarasota, Seattle and Calgary, Canada.

Feb 01

SEITIES Publication Launch, Analogue Exhibition & Tintypes!

FREE

Join us on January 31st for the Festival Launch and our celebration of Exposure’s 2020 program! Artist Credit: Ala Buisir

SAT

Come celebrate the launch of Exposure 2020 with locally brewed beer! RAMP ACCESS

2020 Visions

Exposure celebrates photography by hosting thoughtfully curated exhibitions that showcase internationally renowned practitioners alongside emerging and established talent from Alberta. Exposure provides an exciting, innovative meeting place for practitioners to connect and communicate with curators and industry professionals from around the world. This year, through its program of exhibitions, portfolio reviews, artist talks, discussions and events, Exposure 2020 explores what photography has been, what it is now, and what it can be. Through the lens of 2020 Visions we engage with photography’s current place in contemporary art and begin to envision the future of the medium.

Events

Flash Forward Exhibition Party The Little Gallery, University of Calgary, Department of Art , Room 621, Art Parkade, 110 University Gate NW, Calgary Come celebrate the opening of the Flash Forward Exhibition and hear all about the project from the young artists themselves. Free pizza on early arrival. FREE, child friendly

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About event details and their accessibility please contact Exposure Coordinator Beth@exposurephotofest.com or visit www.exposurephotofestival.com


2020 Exposure Exhibitions E XP O SURE C U R AT ED E XHIBIT IONS International Open Call, Emerging Photographers Showcase & Emerging Photographer of the Year exhibitions are held at Exposure 2020 Festival HQ

work of fifteen Alberta photographers. The exhibition celebrates the rich talent of early-career practitioners who are based in the province. Exhibiting artists are Wilmer Aburto, Jayden Daniels, Manikarnika Kanjilal, Liam Kavanagh-Bradette, Jake Kimble, Sasha Lavoie, Michelle Lazo, Nahanni McKay, Zachary Morris, J. Ashley Nixon, Lily Pavle, Andres Porras, Colleen Rauscher, Toni Reed, and Nicholas Taylor.

CONTEMPORARY C ALGA RY Opening reception: Jan. 31, 18:00-21:00 Feb. 1 - Apr. 26 / 701 11 St SW, Calgary Open. Tue., Wed., & Fri. to Sun. 11:00- 18:00, Thu. 11:00-21:00

International Open Call Juried by Travis Cole, Executive Director at Paved Arts, the International Open Call exhibition features an international group of photographers and lens-based artists. The exhibition shows a broad range of works, including photojournalism and photocollage, abstract and politically engaged photography, and works engaging with social and individual experience, along with visual explorations of identity and personal narratives. Exhibiting artists are Ala Buisir (Dublin, Ireland), Sandra Chen Weinstein (Lake Forest, CA, USA), Arianne Clément (Montreal, QC), Peter Greendale (Cochrane, AB), Philip Harris (Derby, UK), Lucky Keller (Derby, UK), Robert Lie (Kepri, Indonesia), Patrick McCloskey (Canmore, AB), Mark Murphy (Birmingham, UK), Graeme Oxby (Lincoln, UK), Angeline Simon (Lethbridge, AB), Sunny Strader (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Anne Tapler White (Calgary, AB), Emma Wilson (North Humberside, UK), and Denis Wong (Montreal, QC).

2019 Emerging Photographer of the Year: Boon Ong ‘Our Closets’ Boon Ong, the recipient of the 2019 Emerging Photographer of the Year award, presents his solo show ‘Our Closets.’ Boon explored his personal coming out story through photography. Now he uses it to connect with others on their journeys out of their own closets. According to Ong, a closet is anything that holds us back from our full expression of self, whether sexuality, health, experiential stagnation or unfulfilling employment.

THE LITTLE GALLERY, UNIVERSIT Y OF CALGARY DEPARTMENT OF ART

Flash Forward Incubator Program Exhibition Opening reception: Feb. 16, 12:00-15:00 Feb. 13 – Feb. 20 / 2975 University Way NW, Calgary / Open Mon. to Fri. 8:3016:30, Sat. & Sun. 10:00-14:00

Exposure has again partnered with the Magenta Foundation to bring the Flash Forward Incubator Program to the 2020 Exposure Photography Festival. Featuring the work of students from Westmount Charter School, École Secondaire Foothills Composite High School - Alberta High School of Fine Arts in Calgary, and Eastglen High School in Edmonton.

The Fence

Sponsored by Resolve Photo. Featured work is printed and framed by Resolve Photo. Juried by Joanne Marion, Director/Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, the Emerging Photographers Showcase presents the

ARTS COMMONS - PLUS 15 WINDOW GALLERIES

Jan. 31 - Feb. 29 / 826 8 St SW, Calgary

For the third consecutive year, Exposure partners with United Photo Industries to bring you The FENCE, making its 2020 appearance at Century Gardens in downtown Calgary. For the second year we also present The FENCE: Western Canadian Regional Edition, showcasing work by photographers from Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, and Yukon.

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This group exhibition is a collaborative photo-documentary project that shares diverse stories of success, struggle, and everything in between as seen by members of the Filipino migrant community in Alberta. artscommons.ca

Street photographer. Nanny. Enigma. Experience the world through Vivian Maier’s eyes.

CSPACE KING EDWARD

BIOTIC Opening reception: Feb. 6, 17:00-21:00 Feb. 5 - Mar. 1 / 1721 29 Ave SW, 4th Floor Open Mon. to Sat. 8:00-20:00

Stefanie Villeneuve’s exhibition, BIOTIC, is a conversation on falling apart. This mixed-media collaboration between the artist and the medium explores how our memories can change into new interpretations over time. Stefanie Villeneuve was an Exposure Emerging Photographers Showcase finalist in 2019.

Opening reception: Feb. 6, 17:00-21:00 Feb. 5 - Mar. 1 / 1721 29 Ave SW Open Mon. to Sat. 8:00-20:00

Scott Campbell presents the images he created during his daily run around a small lake in Oslo, Norway, over a span of 7 years. Taken with a “runner’s” camera, the images seek to dispel the myth that small digital cameras cannot capture the essence of a place. cspacekingedward.com

ALBERTA UNIVERSIT Y OF THE ARTS

News Photographers Association of Canada Pictures of the Year

Conundrums

By contrasting images of natural habitats with parks and recreation fields, Encroachment uses the metaphor of “the commons” to explore the cultural values of public green spaces. Exhibiting artists are Samantha Chrysanthou and Darwin Wiggett.

This exhibition showcases a sample of the amazing work of Canadian photojournalists, drawn from the country’s largest photojournalism competition for both still photography and multimedia. brookfieldproperties.com/portfolio/ calgary/brookfield-place-calgary

CSPACE KING EDWARD

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Below the Peaks Opening reception: Feb. 6, 17:00-21:00 Feb. 4 - Mar. 2 / 1721 29 Ave SW, 2nd Floor Open Mon. to Sat. 8:00-20:00

CENTRAL LIBRARY

The Artist’s Lens 2020 Opening reception: Feb. 1, 13:00-15:00 Feb. 1 - Feb. 27 / 800 3 St SE Open Mon. to Thu. 9:00-20:00, Fri. 9:00-18:00, Sat. 9:00-17:00, Sun. 12-17:00

Lee Nordbye has a passion for the vast beauty below the towering peaks of the Canadian Rockies. Whether it is zooming in or getting up close, Lee is inspired to tell the stories of the beauty from the valley floor to the hanging cliffs. cspacekingedward.com

Alberta Society of Artists juried, life, and associate members and members of the public showcase their work.

Set in an absurd, fictionalized environment based upon life in southern Alberta, Mitch Kern’s work poses questions about land and property ownership in the 21st century, in a world where man and beast are conflated with nature and culture.

CSPACE KING EDWARD

Opening reception: Feb. 6, 18:00-20:00 Feb. 6 - Feb. 18 / 1407 14 Ave NW Open Feb. 6 18:00-22:30, Mon. to Sun. 7:00-22:00, Feb. 18 7:00-18:00

Tapler White presents an in-depth look at the everyday life of African people, from Accra, Ghana to Cape Town, South Africa.

CHRISTINE KL ASSEN GALLERY

Ben Cope & Julya Hajnoczky

HOLY GRILL

Last Days of an Italian Summer

NEWZONES GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Perception Opening reception: Feb. 1, 14:00-16:00 Feb. 1 - Feb. 29 / 730 11 Ave SW Open Tue. to Fri. 10:30–17:00, Sat. 11:30-16:30

An exciting presentation of Newzones’ process-driven and photo-based artists, curated to showcase the methods employed in their creative processes. newzones.com

LUX LAUNDROMAT

Albion’s Got Some Serious Hang-ups

Dirty Laundry is the first exhibition by Not My Community (NMC), a new artist collective that promotes nude art photography free of social media censorship. Exhibiting artists: Danielle Nicol, Boon Ong and Kevin Stenhouse. notmycommunity.com

A joint gallery of work from Brenna Shannon and Noel Rozario detailing areas within Italy. From angular designs of buildings and city streets to long exposures of some very iconic horizons.

Works by Gemma Marmalade and Philip Harris present incisive examinations of English national identity. Their appropriation of imagery and (mis)use of media are calculated to refer to and emerge from the histories of representation, activities, and beliefs that are idiosyncratically English. gemmamarmalade.com vimeo.com/355106601

NICKLE GALLERIES

Diana Thorneycroft, Black Forest (dark waters) Opening reception: Jan. 30, 17:00-20:00 Jan. 30 – Apr. 11 / 410 University Ct NW, University of Calgary / Open Mon. to Wed. 10:00-17:00, Thu. 10:00- 20:00, Fri. 10:00-17:00, Sat. 11:00-16:00

Black Forest (dark waters) addresses issues of difference, alteration, abjection; all tied together as in a fairy tale. nickle.ucalgary.ca

MPI CALGARY/ VISTEK

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Reception: Feb. 8, 13:00-15:00 Jan. 7 - Feb. 28 / 1235 26 Ave SE, #302 Open Tue. to Fri. 10:00-16:00

This exhibit brings together a collection of 11 new photographs made by Ramlah Marvi chosen from three folios completed in the past two years. These photographs were made during Marvi’s travels to Saskatchewan, Tofino, and Yukon.

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GLENBOW

Vivian Maier: In Her Own Hands

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MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSIT Y

Intersections Opening reception: Feb. 6, 15:00 Feb. 6 - Jan. 31, 2021 / 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW / Open Mon. to Sun. 8:00-20:00

Images from diverse locations explore the idea that life itself is what connects us rather than where we happen to find ourselves unconsciously observing. Exhibiting artists: Curtis (Dez) Desiatnyk, Jeremy Fokkens, Asim Overstands, Zach Polis, Cary Schatz and Anne Tapler White. mtroyal.ca

THE GENTRY ESPRESSO AND WINE BAR

Small Town Sundays Reception: Feb. 15, 19:00-21:00 Jan. 29 - Mar. 31 / 312 Fifth Ave, #9 Open Mon. to Fri. 7:00-18:00, Sat. & Sun. 9:00-18:00

Two Alberta-born photographers, Samantha Chrysanthou and Darwin Wiggett, explore dueling narratives of nostalgia and neglect in images of dying small prairie towns.

CAN MORE MEDI CI N E HAT

Between the Salt of the Sun and the Light of the Sea

Personal Visions Feb. 1 - Mar. 3 / 700 Railway Ave, #102 Open Mon. to Tue. 11:00-17:00, Thu. to Sun. 11:00-17:00

The annual CAG photo show consists of submissions by both members and guest photographers. Individual exhibitors show a suite of pieces that best reflect their personal artistic vision.

He saw/She saw + The Camera Store Staff Exhibition Opening reception: Feb. 7, 18:00-22:00 Feb. 7 - Feb. 8 / 812 11 Ave SW Open Feb. 8, 10:00-16:00

Photography roots run deep for Julian and Bianca Ferreira. This is the first father-and-daughter exhibition for the talented duo. Adjoined to ​He saw/She saw​is a collaborative exhibition by The Camera Store staff.

CANMORE ART GUILD

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VIVIANEART

ESPL ANADE ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE

Snapshot: A History of Photography Reception: Jan. 31, 19:00 Dec. 21 - Jun. 20 / 401 1 St SE Open Mon. to Fri. 10:00-17:00, Sat. 12:00-17:00

Popular photography and Medicine Hat have grown side by side. Witness how the technologies of film and camera have changed and how Medicine Hat’s photographers have used them to document our community. esplanade.ca

Laura St. Pierre

L ETHB RI DG E

Jan. 17 - Feb. 29 / 1114 11 St SW Open Tue. to Sat. 11:00-18:00

Laura St. Pierre’s new series of photographs depicts interventions in the urban landscape. These are composed of small gardens that thrive in unlikely places. St. Pierre’s magical use of lighting transforms the landscape and creates intimate spaces. vivianeart.gallery

THE EDGE GALLERY PALLISER ART & FRAMING

Olivier Du Tre, New Work

TRUCK CONTEMPORARY ART

THE CAMERA STORE (GALLERY BESIDE)

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HUB@302

Opening reception: Jan. 31, 19:00 Jan. 31 - Apr. 12 / 111 Bear St Open Mon. to Sun. 10:00-17:00

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Our open-ended theme, “My World of Colour,” showcases eleven photographers, all members of the Master Photographers International Organization.

Opening reception: Feb. 7, 18:00-21:00 Feb. 4 - Feb. 29 / 1207 5 Ave NW Open Tues. to Fri. 10:00-18:00, Sat. 10:00-17:00

Projecting Illusions

The spectacle of the magic lantern show is reinterpreted, highlighting the social history of lantern slides in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Samuel de Lange presents photographs, drawings, seating, and written text as reflections on the histories of two seemingly disparate things: salt and photographic images.

Opening reception: Feb. 3, 18:00-21:00 Feb. 1 - Feb. 29 / 1231 10 Ave SW / Open Mon. to Fri. 9:00-18:00, Sat. 9:30-17:00

Footsteps to Freedom

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WHY TE MUSEUM OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

Jan. 10 – Feb. 22 / 2009 10 Ave SW, Calgary / Open Tue. to Sat. 12:00-18:00

My World of Colour F RAME D O N FIF TH

Composed primarily of hand printed photographs (silver gelatin, lithography and alternative processes), this group exhibition documents areas and people whose lives are changing. Whether environmental or economic, the changes are real and complex.

Opening reception: Feb. 3, 18:00 Jan. 30 - Feb. 7 / 2975 University Way NW, Calgary / Open Mon. to Fri. 8:30- 16:30, Sat. & Sun. 10:00-14:00

Dirty Laundry

Reception: Feb. 10, 18:30 Feb. 1 - Apr. 30 / 827 10 Ave SW Open Mon. 7:30-16:00, Tue. to Fri. 7:30–21:00, Sat. 10:00-21:00, Sun. 10:00-16:00

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Canmore-based photographer Kathleen Davies showcases her B&W and colour photographs captured from mountain heights. A journey in mindfulness in places of unparalleled beauty.

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THE 621 GALLERY

Opening & closing receptions: Feb. 1, 21:00-00:30 & Feb. 29, 21:00-00:30 Feb. 1 - Feb. 29 / 1211 14 St SW, #2 Open Mon. to Sun. 8:00-21:00

Opening reception: Feb. 29, 17:00-21:00 Feb. 24 - Mar. 9 / 1721 29 Ave SW Open Mon. to Sat. 8:00-20:00

Opening reception: Feb. 6, 18:00 Feb. 3 - Feb. 28 / 225 6 Ave SW Open Mon. to Fri. 6:00-18:00

Kablusiak, akunnirun kuupak

Opening reception: Feb. 1, 14:00-17:00 Feb. 1 - Feb. 29 / 1615 10 Ave SW, #101 Open Tue. to Sat. 11:00-17:00

Encroachment

Opening reception: Feb. 6, 17:00-21:00 Feb. 3 - Mar. 2 / 1721 29 Ave SW, 3rd Floor Open Mon. to Sat. 8:00-20:00

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G AL L E RY

CSPACE KING EDWARD

Blindspot: Tales and Terrors

The Annual Juried Exhibition features lens-based work produced by students and alumni. This year’s exhibition theme is “Tales and Terrors.”

H E R R I N G E R KI S S

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BROOKFIELD PL ACE

JARVIS HALL GALLERY

akunnirun kuupak is a series of photographs shot in Inuvik, Kablusiak’s ancestral territory. Enacting performative gestures, the ghost figure serves as a foil for understanding their identity as an urban Inuk who is part of the growing Inuit diaspora.

COCHRAN E

Opening reception: Jan. 30, 18:00 Jan. 30 - Feb. 15 / 352 8 Ave NE Open: Gallery hours will be posted on Facebook or by appointment

Opening reception: Jan. 31, 18:00-20:00 333B 36 Ave SE / Open Tue. to Fri. 10:00-17:00, Sat. 11:00-17:00

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Anne Tapler White, Red Earth: Africa

C A LGA RY

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Sognsvann - A Little Lake in Oslo (The Best Camera Is the One You Have with You) CSPACE KING EDWARD

The Face of a Changing Landscape – A Portrait Show

Opening reception: Feb. 8, 19:30-22:00 (admission by donation) Feb. 8 - May 24 / 130 9 Ave SE Open Tue. to Thu. 9:00-17:00, Fri. 9:00-20:00, Sat. 9:00-17:00, Sun. 12:00-17:00

Experimental figurative work by Los Angeles-based celebrity and fashion photographer Ben Cope and hyper-real photographic studies of nature by Calgary-based artist Julya Hajnoczky.

Kwento’t Litrato (Stories and Photographs) Stories of Filipino Migration in Alberta Told Through Photography Reception: Feb. 28, 17:30-20:30 Feb. 1 - Feb. 29 / 205 8 Ave SE Open Mon. to Sun. 6:00-23:00

CENTURY GARDENS

Emerging Photographers Showcase

Opening reception: Feb. 8, 13:00-16:00 Feb. 1 - Mar. 14 / 321 50 Ave SE, #200 Open Tue. to Sat. 10:00-17:00

Travelbag Photography’s Triple A Destinations: Africa, Asia and Alaska Reception: Jan. 30, 17:00-21:00 Jan. 7 - Mar. 28 / 3109 Palliser Dr SW, #6 Open Tue. to Sat. 10:00-18:00

See faraway destinations in Africa, Asia, and Alaska through the lens of a traveller with a unique outlook on life. Martin Spriggs is privileged to share travel images he has captured while carrying his travelbag around the world.

Rurban Landscapes

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Opening reception: Feb. 1, 13:00-16:00 Feb. 2 - Feb. 29 / 1416 9 Ave SE Open Tue. to Sat. 10:00-17:00

Photographer Chris Malloy documents vignettes of the past found within the context of today’s landscape. He works with a combination of medium and large format film and digital imagery. edgegallery.ca

THREE SISTERS GALLERY

Faces Opening reception: Feb. 6, 19:00-20:30 Feb. 1 - Mar. 3 / 700 Railway Ave, #100 Open Mon. to Sun. 9:00-21:00, Holidays 10:00- 17:00

WHY TE MUSEUM OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

The Town of Canmore presents a portrait-themed group exhibition celebrating the diversity of individuals who help build the world around us.

Danny Singer

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Opening reception: Jan. 31, 19:00 Jan. 31 - Apr. 12 / 111 Bear St Open Mon. to Sun. 10:00-17:00

THE GALLERY AT CASA

Wes Bell, Angeline Simon, Lexi Pendzich, Lethbridge Photography Club Opening reception: Feb. 29, 19:00-21:00 Feb. 29 - Apr. 10 / 230 8 St S Open Mon. to Fri. 9:00-21:00, Sat. 9:00-17:00, Sun. 10:00-17:00

The Gallery at Casa presents unique and engaging exhibitions that explore identity, impermanence, and the passage of time. casalethbridge.ca

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THE NEW EDWARD GALLERY

The main streets of small towns in Alberta and Saskatchewan appealed to Danny Singer’s sensibilities and ultimately became the source and content of his photography. whyte.org

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