As Glenbow's Artist in Residence, songwriter Corb Lund has curated a unique exhibition that is inspired by his music, framed by his interest in Alberta's history and drawn from Glenbow's, and his family’s, collections of art, artifacts and historical imagery. Like Corb's music, this exhibition is a vivid mix of the innovative and traditional, and brings new twists to established Alberta themes.
January 26 – April 28, 2013
Organized by the National Gallery of Canada
Since the 1950s, Fred Herzog has photographed the street life of Vancouver and other cities, looking for the unexpected moments and documenting the colourful, vibrant, sometimes gritty world of the inner city.
February 23 – April 28, 2013
This exhibition is the first installment of a year-long celebration of artists who have lived, worked and created in Calgary over the last 50 years. Independent writer and curator Mary Beth LaViolette has curated Made In Calgary: The 1960s as a rich showcase of works depicting a period of intense artistic and cultural change in the city.