WHEN: Thurs, Apr 6, 2017 from 6 until 9 p.m.
WHERE: Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre, ACAD
- 6 p.m. - Cash Bar + Refreshments
You're invited to ACAD Glass Department's Mug Night fundraiser where you can drink some crafted beer from a hand-blown mug of your choosing!
Proceeds from the mugs, food and drink tickets will go directed to the ACAD Glass Student Club.
Food and drinks will be available from 5 until 9 p.m. with DJ King Kasual spinning the tunes ALL NIGHT LONG.
WHEN: Thurs, Feb 9 at 6 p.m.
WHERE: IKG Gallery 2, ACAD
The panel will discuss approaches to the study of carpets and textiles and their relationship with contemporary art. Held in conjunction with Home Economics: 150 Years of Hooked Rugs in Canada (Nickle Galleries, January 26-April 8, 2017) and Shannon Bool: The Eastern Carpet in the Western World Revisited (Illingworth Kerr Gallery, ACAD, until February 11, 2017).
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Artist Presentation: Weds, Jan 25 at 11:30 a.m.
Reception: Weds, Jan 25 from 5 until 7:30 p.m. (Main Mall)
President Doz invites you to attend the upcoming Hidden Gems Film Festival where they are going to reintroduce the New India to you with a double-bill of films unlike anything you have seen!
We want to get to know you and have you get to know us!
So how about some face time on-campus at Alberta College of Art + Design?
Faculty, staff and students would love to see you at our upcoming Open House on November 19, 2016!
You’ll get a first-hand experience of what it’s like to attend ACAD — meet student artists, participate in fun workshops, take part in activities and take a tour around campus.
Please join us for an artist talk with Miruna Dragan and Jason de Haan who will be talking about their filmic work The Wood and Wave Each Other Know, which is currently on view in the Illingworth Kerr Gallery as part of their current exhibition, Performing the Landscape. In addition, the artists will be speaking about other projects they have been a part of that are collaborative and site-specific in relation to landscape.
Barbara Milne spent the past 18 months enthralled by the vast assortment of articles amassed by Peter and Catharine Whyte in their beloved log home. Items from their travels, gifts from relatives and friends, and purposeful or random purchases chronicle their eclectic interests and lifestyles. Milne’s enthusiastic immersion included the Whyte Museum’s vaults, where thousands of works of art and antiquities are preserved and stored.