Upcoming Events

For more information or to purchase tickets to any of our upcoming events, please call 403.268.4110. Booking your tickets in advance is recommended.

September

Thursday, September 28
7:00pm
Tickets $10/Members $8

Tribal Justice, with Filmmaker Anne Makepeace

Glenbow is pleased to welcome back award winning filmmaker Anne Makepeace for the Western Canadian premier of Tribal Justice. The film focuses on the efforts of two indigenous judges Abby Abinanti and Claudette White, who use traditional concepts of justice to reduce incarceration rates, foster greater safety in their communities, and create a positive environment for youth. These models of restorative justice are proving effective in addressing the root causes of crime, and courts across America are taking notice. Following the film there will be a conversation and Q&A with Anne Makepeace.

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October/November

Friday, October 6
7:30 - 10:30pm
Admission by donation

Launch Party

Get the first taste of Glenbow's new art exhibitions while being entertained by the dreamy melodies and psychedelic summer vibes of local band Windigo and our favourite DJ Myke Atkison. Plus, beer by Village Brewery and exclusive one-night-only Discovery Room make & take art activities.

Saturday, October 7
2:00pm
Tickets $12/Members $10

In Conversation: Higher States

Join curators Roald Nasgaard and Gwendolyn Owens for a discussion with author and curator Lisa Christensen about Higher States: Lawren Harris and his American Contemporaries, an exploration of the seminal Canadian artist's move towards abstract painting and spiritual themes.

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Tuesday, October 10
10am
Admission $5/Members Free

Art Baby

Bring the baby to the museum for an infant friendly tour of Higher States: Lawren Harris and his American Contemporaries. For adults accompanied by children under two.

October 19, November 1, November 16, November 30
7:00pm
Tickets $35/Members $30

Salon Series: Discovering Lawren Harris

Join us for a series of intimate and insightful evening discussions related to the exhibition Higher States: Lawren Harris and his American Contemporaries. Take a deep dive into history and ideas with a range of dynamic presenters covering topics such as Theosophy, the later works of Lawren Harris and the artist's work in relation to Canadian Geography. Limited enrollment, refreshments provided.

Saturday, October 21
2pm
Tickets $12/Members $10

Artist Talk: Sandra Sawatzky

Nine-years in the making, Sandra Sawatzky's 220-foot hand-embroidered The Black Gold Tapestry tells the story of how oil has impacted human civilizations around the world, from bitumen bubbling up in the waterways and marshes of Iraq 5,000 years ago to the enormous influence of oil on the global economy today. Examining how oil and natural gas have fueled human ingenuity, progress, warfare, disaster, prosperity and commerce across the globe, The Black Gold Tapestry highlights fascinating vignettes from the past and the present that will surprise and even delight viewers of this truly epic project. Join Sandra as she shares the exhaustive research and creation process of The Black Gold Tapestry, followed by an audience Q and A.

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Saturday, October 21 - Sunday, October 22
6pm - 9am
Cost $95 per person
Members $85 per person

Family Slumber Party

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Glenbow's permanent exhibition, Mavericks: An Incorrigible History of Alberta, and to celebrate we're hosting a special sleepover party! Kids 7-12 and their accompanying adults are invited to join us for after-hours fun and night time gallery exploration. Call 403-268-4110 to purchase your tickets today. Email sleepover@glenbow.org with any inquiries.

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Thursday, October 26
7pm
Tickets $12/Members $10

In Conversation: DaveandJenn

Gain insight into Dave and Jenn's unique collaborative artistic partnership and their site-specific new creation for the One New Work exhibition. Moderated by curator Nancy Tousley.

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For more information or to purchase Admission to any of our upcoming events, please call 403.268.4110.

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