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Mary Kavanagh | Daughters of Uranium
March 2 - April 28

Mary Kavanagh: Daughters of Uranium explores the legacy of the atomic age from the perspective of the sentient body and intergenerational trauma.
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Robin Peck | Crania
March 2 - April 28

Crania is an exhibition of twelve, mixed-media sculptures, selected from more than one hundred made since 2012 by Canadian artist, writer and educator Robin Peck, currently living in Fredericton, NB.
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Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
May 11 - June 17

Opening reception: Saturday, May 11 at 1-3 PM Art's Alive and Well in the Schools  In 1976 the Southern Alberta Art Gallery opened its doors.
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Koko'sinnooniksi Omaniiyaawa | Our Children Speak the Truth
May 11 - June 17

Koko’sinnooniksi Omaniiyaawa: Our Children Speak the Truth In 2016 art educator Andrea Fox began an important collaboration with various Blackfoot and non-indigenous children and youth to provide them with an opportunity to explore and experience Truth and Reconciliation through creative pathways using visual art.
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Into the Streets: Festival Art Series
June 10 - July 30

Curated by Jane Edmundson & Tyler Stewart The mission of the SAAG’s Into the Streets Public Art Series is to embed art, creativity, livability, and social responsibility within public space, and to facilitate possibilities for creative, engaging experiences for residents of Lethbridge.
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Adad Hannah  /  Glints and Reflections
July 13 - September 15

Adad Hannah has become known nationally and internationally through his creative work that combines photography, video, installation, and performance.
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Kapwani Kiwanga  /  Sunlight by Fireside: The Ash Annals
July 13 - September 15

The complex issues of current and historical colonization processes are at the core of Kapwani Kiwanga’s artistic practice. Kiwanga, who studied anthropology and comparative religion at McGill University, continues this querying of decolonial gestures with her exhibition Sunlight by Fireside: The Ash Annals.
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