Overview Exhibitions Chair Our venues, calls for submissions, participant volunteer list and shipping arrangements are all overseen by our Exhibitions Chair and set into motion by the Program Coordinator. This is a major position on Provincial Council and requires...
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Overview Gallery Assistance Artists who participate in any exhibition volunteer to help in various capacities. They may install and strike the exhibition, help organize and attend events. If you are not an artist but would enjoy helping coordinate or you would like...
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A juried group exhibition of Alberta Artists. Over a four-year period, the ASA invited submissions to the respective exhibitions Fire, Water, and Air, concluding the series with Earth.
The Call for Submissions went out to all Alberta artists: “Open to interpretation; the emphasis is on stillness either literally or formally. It may be time – lapse or still frame inspired as in photography or separated from time as in the fragment of a dream or a fleeting memory of the past. Geological and fossilized stratification could also be of interest both in terms of painting or sculpture.”
Each year, the Society invites all emerging artists who are full-time undergraduate students at a post-secondary university in Alberta to submit artworks along with an Artist Statement to our Scholarship Award incentive.
The artworks shown in this Alberta Society of Artists juried group exhibition have been selected based upon individual responses to the original call for submissions:
From the Merriam Webster dictionary:
“The origin and etymology of NOCTURN: Middle English nocturne, borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Medieval Latin nocturnus,
going back to Latin, feminine of nocturnus “of the night.”
The exhibtion is on display in Calgary and in Edmonton. Visit the Exhibtion at the U of C or the U of A!
Meet the Artist! March 14 from 1-3PM