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Two Views

Featuring the work of Pam Wilman and Marla Schole. Showing at the Walterdale Theatre in Edmonton.

PAST: Beyond Wabi Sabi

A solo exhibition featuring the work of Alberta artist Mary Whale, ASA, at the Walterdale Theatre, Edmonton Alberta.
“The term Wabi Sabi connotes such qualities as impermanence​, humility, asymmetry and imperfection in things. The way we, as people, age is not unlike that of a revered piece of pottery that has survived the ravages of use; the cracks to be filled with gold. The ‘beauty of use’ can be witnessed in old people; the patina, the textures, and the incredible lines.”

Current Opportunities:

Under the supervision of the President, the Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for facilitating activities directly related to ASA public programming throughout Alberta. This includes maintaining communications with government, arts organizations, galleries, and other institutions, responding to inquiries from ASA members, participating artists, and the public and ensuring that the ASA Gallery is open to the public from Wednesday to Saturday, between 10 am and 4 pm.

CLOSED: Call for Submissions: Artist in Residence Creative

The Alberta Society of Artists is pleased to invite artists (over 18) who are interested in self-directed research and site-specific work to apply to our new Artist-in-Residence Creative Program.

Artist-in-Residence Creative provides a rare look into our organization and the gallery complex at Crossroads Market in Calgary. You will have access to our archives, meet with long-standing members and chat with people in the vibrant weekend market.