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Karen Tam  /  Orientally Yours
May 6, 2007 - June 10, 2007

House of Wong, Jardin Chow Chow Garden, Big Wok (Big Trouble) Café, and Gold Mountain Restaurant are part of a cross-Canada traveling exhibition.
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Susan Bozic  /  The Dating Portfolio
March 10, 2007 - April 29, 2007

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Colwyn Griffith  /  Empire Projects
March 10, 2007 - May 29, 2007

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Various Artists  /  Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential School
February 1, 2007 - March 31, 2007

Photographs tell us many things about the past – what our ancestors looked like; how our cities or towns once appeared; or who was present at important political events.
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Various Artists  /  Just My Imagination
January 20, 2007 - March 4, 2007

Artists in Exhibition Stephen Andrews was born in 1956 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. He has exhibited his work in Canada, the U.
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Dorothy Caldwell  /  Marking the Everyday
November 25, 2006 - January 14, 2007

Dorothy Caldwell applies contemporary consideration to traditional sewing and quilting techniques in her distinctive, painterly textile constructions.
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Kai Chan  /  Apparition
November 25, 2006 - January 14, 2007

KAI CHAN’S WORK IS NOTED FOR IT’S FRAGILE AND TRANSIENT NATURE which belies the dramatic intensity of his imagery. His exhibition Apparition, currently on display at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, uses accumulations of readily available materials as expressions of identity that denote a cultural ambiguity and reflect the artist’s background.
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Kelly Andres, Michael Campbell, Kevin Ei-Ichi de Forest, Nikki Forrest, Anne Golden, Nelson Henricks, Dana Inkster, Annie Martin, Yudi Sewraj, Nicholas Wade  /  Nocturne: Contemporary Video at Night
October 21, 2006 - November 18, 2006

Lethbridge artists and curators Michael Campbell and Annie Martin have compiled a diverse series of new and retooled silent video works to be viewed in the evening hours.
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Dagmar Dahle, Don Gill  /  Theories of Drifting
September 23, 2006 - November 12, 2006

A collaboration between Dagmar Dahle and Don Gill   No one perhaps has ever felt passionate towards a lead pencil, writes Virginia Woolf in Street Haunting, But there are circumstances in which it can become extremely desirable to possess one; moments when we are set upon having an object, an excuse for walking half across London between tea and dinner.
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Don Gill  /  D'Arcy Island
September 23, 2006 - November 12, 2006

Social history is inextricably tied to natural history and Lethbridge artist Don Gill’s investigations have produced a convergence of the two; often evolving into case studies which the artist documents through photography, text, video and installation.
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Dagmar Dahle  /  Lost. Bird. Collecting.
September 23, 2006 - November 12, 2006

In her exhibition, Lost. Bird. Collecting., Lethbridge artist Dagmar Dahle brings together various bodies of work she has created over the past six years.
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Jeffrey Thomas  /  A Study of Indian-ness
April 22, 2006 - June 11, 2006

Jeff Thomas talks frequently of wanting his work to be a bridge spanning the gap between the images of Aboriginal peoples in museum and archive collections and the Aboriginal community.
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Cheryl Sourkes  /  Public Camera
March 11, 2006 - April 23, 2006

For the past five years, Toronto photo-based artist, Cheryl Sourkes has been working with images generated by webcameras.  These images are widely available to even the casual surfer, but in Sourkes’ hands, they become themed and painterly documents of a specific time and place.
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Ted Hiebert  /  Chronicles
March 11, 2006 - April 16, 2006

Chronicles is organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Curator: Joan Stebbins), funding assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts, the British Columbia Arts Council, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the City of Lethbridge.
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Mary Kavanagh  /  Seeking Georgia
January 21, 2006 - March 5, 2006

Through an investigation of the multiple industries that surround painter and feminist icon Georgia O’Keeffe, Mary Kavanagh examines the production of cultural history, the cult of personality, and the detrimental effects of tourism on arts scholarship.
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Various Artists  /  Living Spaces: 21 Contemporary Homes
January 21, 2006 - March 5, 2006

Home is important to Canadians; as a place for rest, for sharing our lives with friends and relations, for reconnecting with nature, for working, eating and living.
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Rhonda Weppler, Trevor Mahovsky  /  Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky
January 21, 2006 - March 5, 2006

Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky produce representations or alterations of everyday objects such as staples, coffee cups, flags, shopping carts and cars.
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Lyn Carter  /  Incognito
November 26, 2005 - January 15, 2006

A visual artist with a strong textile background, Lyn Carter employs pattern as symbol and disguise, surface and structure. In her series Cheat (2003), the artist draws from everyday culture and produces forms reminiscent of chess pieces, bottle stoppers, shovels, and faucets.
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Julie Voyce  /  Paste-Up
November 26, 2005 - January 15, 2006

Toronto artist Julie Voyce has been developing her current series of abstract screen prints since 2000. Her challenge was to produce an entire body of work using the same three colours (transparent cyan / orange / black).
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Devora Neumark, Léa Neumark-Gaudet  /  Place Sense and the Performance of Memory
October 7, 2005 - October 15, 2005

Not long after a fire devastated their Montreal home (ten years ago this coming November), Neumark and her daughter Léa were encouraged to travel to southern Alberta, and subsequently Lethbridge.
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Eric Walker  /  Railway Lands
September 25, 2005 - November 13, 2005

Eric Walker was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1957. He studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design between 1976 and 1983 where he was greatly influenced by the modernism of such visiting artists as Canada's Patterson Ewen, Germany's Joseph Beuys and Americans Robert Frank and June Leaf; as well as the later polemicists Martha Rosler, Dan Graham and Allan Sekula.
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Gunilla Josephson  /  Resistance
September 24, 2005 - November 13, 2005

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Raymonde April, Chris Cran, Gordon Ferguson, John Goodman, Katherien Govier, Angela Grauerholz, Faye HeavyShield, Mary-Beth Laviolette, Billy McCarroll, Jin MacQuarrie, Sandra Meigs, Robert Murray, Robert Finley, Judith Schwartz, Aritha van Herk, Robert Youds, Tim Zuck  /  The McIntyre Ranch Project
June 29, 2005 - September 11, 2005

In 1990, when a group of prominent Canadian artists toured the Oldman River by raft and canoe, they spent a brief sojourn at the historical McIntyre Ranch, located 35 miles east of Cardston, near Magrath, Alberta.
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