Special noon-hour programming for our feature exhibitions will satisfy your appetite for knowledge.
Members Free/General Public $5
Tours begin at noon
Meet at the second floor lobby
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Join Melanie Kjorlien, Glenbow's VP of Access, Collections and Exhibitions, as she explores photographer Fred Herzog's Vancouver and how his choice of content, methods and use of colour made him one of Canada's most respected photographers.
COUPLES IN MADE IN CALGARY: THE 1960s
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Guest curator Mary-Beth Laviolette discusses how the couples featured in Made in Calgary: The 1960s were influenced by the cultural and social changes of the 1960s. Artists include Marion and Jim Nicoll, Kay and George Angliss, John and Joice Hall, Katie Ohe and Harry Kiyooka, and George and Jean Mihalcheon.
NO ROADS HERE: CORB LUND'S ALBERTA
Thursday, March 7, 2013
In this tour, Melanie Kjorlien, Glenbow's VP of Access, Collections and Exhibitions, will discuss the unique process of creating this exhibition and some of the interesting stories in Alberta's past that Corb Lund chose to highlight.
FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES IN MADE IN CALGARY: THE 1960s
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Mary-Beth Laviolette examines the relationships between the artists featured in Made In Calgary: The 1960s. Enjoy learning how the trends of the time influenced their art, whether in paint, sculpture or ceramics. Artists covered include Illingworth (Buck) Kerr, Greg Arnold, Maxwell Bates, William Leroy (Roy) Stevenson, Janet Mitchell, Walter Drohan, Ron Spickett and others.
NEWCOMERS IN MADE IN CALGARY: THE 1960S
Thursday, April 11, 2013
In this tour, Mary-Beth Laviolette focuses on some of the new artists who enriched and challenged Calgary's artistic community during the Sixties. Artists include John Esler, Olle Holmsten, Velma Foster, ManWoman and others.