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Two Views

An Exhibition of:

Landscape Painting


Pam Wilman

Marla Schole


Exhibition Dates

April 17-27

during the run of The Swearing Jar

May 14-19

during the From Cradle to Stage festival



Walterdale Theatre

10322 83rd Ave NW

Edmonton, Alberta

T6E 5C3

Opening Reception

Tuesday, April 16th, 7-8 p.m.

followed by a free preview of “The Swearing Jar”



The Alberta Society of Artists is pleased to present an exhibition of landscape painting featuring the work of Alberta artists Pam Wilman and Marla Schole.

This exhibition coincides with the play “The Swearing Jar” by Kate Hewlett, which runs April 17-27, 2024, at the Walterdale Theatre, 10322 83 Ave. NW, Edmonton Alberta. It will also be on display during the annual festival “From Cradle to Stage” which runs May 14-19, 2024.

There will be a public opening on Tuesday, April 16, 7-8 pm followed by a free preview of Walterdale’s production of “The Swearing Jar.”

The exhibition is free and open to the public when the theatre is open. 

About the Land

Two Views is on display at the historical Walterdale Theatre building, originally the Strathcona Fire Hall Number 1 built in 1910, in what is currently known as Edmonton, Alberta.

The Walterdale Theatre acknowledges that our theatre is located on Treaty 6, a traditional territory of the Cree and has been an important trading place of the Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Nakota Sioux, Dene, Saulteau, and Métis peoples of western Canada for many thousands of years. We also recognize and honour that we are Treaty people and therefore seek to uphold the spirit and intent of this Treaty of Peace and Friendship.

The Alberta Society of Artists (ASA) acknowledges that what we call Alberta, where our organization has found its’ home, is the traditional and ancestral territory of many peoples, presently subject to Treaties 6, 7, and 8. Namely: the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) Confederacy (Kainai, Piikani, and Siksika), the Nehiyawak (Cree), Dene Tha’ (Slavey), Dane-zaa (Beaver), Denesuliné (Chipewyan), Saulteaux, Nakota Sioux, Iyarhe Nakoda (Stoney) (Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley), and the Tsuu T’ina Nation and the Métis People of Alberta. This includes the Métis Settlements and the Six Regions of the Métis Nation of Alberta within the historical Northwest Metis Homeland.

Are you interested in learning more about the First Peoples who call and have called Alberta home?

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