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The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program (TREX) is a government-sponsored initiative designed to promote Alberta art and artists.

Book an Exhibition

Every year TREX Southwest tours over 80 individual exhibitions that are mounted in schools, libraries, galleries, museums and community centres throughout the region.

Find out how you can host an exhibition at your public venue.



Current Exhibitions

Four of the current exhibitions were developed by TREX Region 3 for the Alberta Society of Artists; Fields of Vision, Lines of Sight; Niitsitapi Pi’kssíí (Blackfoot Fancy Beings); The Nameless Boy who gave his name to Sunday; and Urban Soul. Eleven exhibitions are touring between September 2021 and August 2022.

Educational Engagement

TREX Southwest creates custom education guides to move viewers through the various themes presented in the exhibitions. 

Have you checked out what exhibitions TREX SW has available this year in our booking catalogue? Ready to fill out your booking form?

If you have further questions about how to book an exhibition please

email trex@albertasocietyofartists.com for more information.

Join the TREX SW Mailing List by filling out our form HERE!

If you work for a school, library, small gallery or other public venue and are interested in hosting a TREX Southwest travelling exhibition, please join the TREX Southwest mailing list, or email trex@albertasocietyofartists.com for more information.

2022/2023 Exhibition Booking Catalogue

Our 2022/2023 TREX Booking Catalogue is now available! Please click here to view.

Please join our mailing list if you are interested in becoming a new venue, or email trex@albertasocietyofartists.com with any questions.

The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Travelling Exhibition Program (TREX) acknowledge that the artistic activity we support takes place on the traditional territories of Treaty 6, 7 and 8. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit who have lived on and cared for these lands for generations and we are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers, Elders and those who have gone before us. We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on. We reaffirm our commitment to strengthening our relationships with Indigenous communities and growing our shared knowledge and understanding.