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Gilles Mihalcean  /  Sculpture
December 5, 1987 - January 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance form The Canada Council. Gilles Mihalcean’s sculpture is constructed through the process of assemblage, carefully composed of both found and fabricated elements The juxtaposition of various and diverse components begins to suggest a narrative that is enhanced by the materiality of the assembled parts.
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Greg Murdock  /  Tableaux
October 17, 1987 - November 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Greg Murdock’s paintings, with their ordered, classical compositions and subdued colour range, provide a remarkable contrast to the lush, neo-expressionistic work of many Vancouver contemporaries.
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Lylian Klimek  /  Sculpture
October 17, 1987 - November 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. Lylian Klimek’s component- based sculpture recalls archaic structures and primitive forms of architecture.
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Joice Hall  /  Floating
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Joice Hall Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation and The Canada Council. Joice Hall’s new series of paintings, Floating, was conceived of during a three-month stay at the Banff-Centre’s Leighton Artists Colony in the fall of 1984.
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Marianne Gerlinger  /  Drawings
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. The recent work of Marianne Gerliner uses the formal language of drawing to explore the relations between victim and oppressor, make and female, the individual and the Self.
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John Chalke  /  Works on Clay
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance form the Alberta Art Foundation. The work of Calgary ceramist John Chalke is handsome and tactile.
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Various Artists  /  Comic Relief
August 8, 1987 - August 30, 1987

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Jane Ash Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Joane Cardinal-Schubert, Edward Poitras  /  Stardusters
July 4, 1987 - August 2, 1987

Organized by Garry Mainprize for the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, with funding support form the Department of Communications and The Canada Council. Jane Ash Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Joane Cardinal-Schubert and Edward Poitras address questions of human existence with sincerity and artistic ingenuity.
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Various Artists  /  Two Worlds
July 4, 1987 - August 30, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Contemporary Canadian Indian Art from the Collection of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, organized by the Mackenzie Art Gallery.
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Sheila Butler, Alan Dunning, Alex Bruning, Rick Gorenko, Ann Kipling, Wanda Koop, Ron Moppett, Bev Pike, Leslie Poole, Jack Severson, Barbara Sungur  /  The Eighth Dalhousie Drawing Exhibition
June 6, 1987 - July 5, 1987

Curator: Sheila Butler The Eighth Dalhousie Drawing Exhibition represents, geographically, all off western Canada from Victoria to Winnipeg.
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Douglas Curran  /  The Metis in Alberta: Photographs by Douglas Curran
June 6, 1987 - July 5, 1987

In 1981, Edmonton photographer Douglas Curran was commissioned by the Alberta Federation of Metis Settlement Associations to photograph life in the province’s Metis communities.
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Ernest Riethman  /  1895 - 1964 Retrospective
April 25, 1987 - May 31, 1987

Curator: Brent Laycock The pieces selected for this exhibition reflect Ernest E. Riethman’s interest in the southern Alberta landscape and are executed in the direct style of the Group of Seven, who influenced many Canadian artists of that period.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
April 25, 1987 - May 31, 1987

This popular event is the result of a cooperative arrangement between the gallery and the local Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards. The opening ceremonies attract one of our largest audiences, with parents, students, and community leaders coming out to view the work and hear presentations.
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Holly King  /  Realms of Night
March 14, 1987 - April 19, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery and Stride Gallery, Calgary, with funding assistance from The Canada Council.
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Arlene Stamp  /  The Gladys M. Johnston Series
March 14, 1987 - April 19, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Arlene Stamp, who recently moved to Toronto, discovered the work of Glady’s M. Johnston’s life, is the Canadian wild – clichéd views of mountains, rivers, animals, flowers, and scenes from pioneer life or western adventure stories.
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Gladys M. Johnston  /  Paintings
March 14, 1987 - April 19, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins During the mid-fifties and early sixties, Glady’s Johnston produced a quantity of strong, clear, expressive work.
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Various Artists  /  Quebec Documentary Photography: 1950 to the Present
January 31, 1987 - March 8, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Photographic document and has been made about the Quebecois culture until the mid-1960s when Hungarian-born Gabor Szilasi produced two series of photographs: one on Charlevois Country, the other on L’lle aux Coudres.
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Michiyaki Kaneshige  /  Four Bizen Pieces
January 31, 1987 - March 8, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Long standing tradition does not always fare well or speak very forcefully in the bright light of the avant garde.
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Céline Baril  /  La Bête Noire
January 31, 1987 - March 8, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Celine Baril exploits history and common knowledge, what she calls “histories and History” in order to universalize work that is, on the one hand, extremely personal.
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Tim Watkins, Stephen Schofield, Jana Sterbak, Rene Pierre Allain, Perry Bard, Diana Gubbay, Susanna Heller, Shelagh Keeley, Medrie MacPhee, Francois Morelli, Nancy Smith, Gail Swithenbank, Brian Wood  /  Post-Marked New York
December 6, 1986 - January 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition includes drawing by fourteen Canadian artists living and working in New York: Rene Pierre Allain, Perry Bard, Christian Eckhart, Dianna Gubbay, Susanna Heller, Shelagh Keeley, Medrie MacPhee, Fracois Morelli, Stephen Schofield, Nancy Smith, Jana Sterbak, Gail Swithenbank, Tim Watkins, and Brian Wood.
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Various Artists  /  Peace Earth Peace
December 5, 1986 - January 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition was designed to use the international mail system to collect personal and political imagery from around the world on the issue of global peace.
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Robert Wiens  /  Sculpture
November 1, 1986 - November 25, 1986

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. History Looks Upon Itself, 1984, is a diminutive pyramidal assemblage of reconstructed fragments taken from different historical statues and monuments.
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David Clarkson  /  Sculpture
November 1, 1986 - November 25, 1986

Curator: Joan Stebbins In an increasingly fragmented world, and one in which a precarious technological order supersedes abstract ideals, heroism, once the domain of sculpture, is seen to end in ruin.
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