Porchraits

Calgary Families in Isolation During COVID-19

This exhibition of photographs taken by local photographer Neil Zeller during Calgary’s lockdown shows the importance of family and friendship to get us through turbulent times.

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We know art and culture can provide inspiration, solace, and, most importantly, a sense of connection to the people and world around us. Our mission is to activate art, objects, and ideas so everyone who experiences Glenbow leaves with something to share.

Virtual Tour: Jin-me Yoon, Regard

#GlenbowFromHome

Join us for a virtual tour of a photographic sculpture titled Regard that was made in 1999 by Vancouver-based artist and professor Jin-me Yoon.  Artist Talk, Tours

Enclosing Some Snapshots

The Photography of Métis Activist James Brady

James Brady’s life (1908-1968) is intrinsically linked to the history and politics of Métis communities in western Canada. While he is known foremost as a political organizer and activist, he was also a prolific photographer, with his camera always in… Exhibition

Dynamic Connections

Threads of Living Memory

Drawing on Glenbow’s Inuit textiles collection and loans from across Canada, objects and artworks are manifestations of the dynamic connections between the makers, the viewers, the land, the spirit world and future generations of memory makers. Exhibition

Metamorphosis

Contemporary Canadian Portraits

Commemoration, mortality, renewal. These are some of the themes explored in Metamorphosis: Contemporary Canadian Portraits, the latest exhibition collaboration between Glenbow and Library and Archives Canada. Exhibition

Glenbow Reimagined

We’re embarking on a renovation that will transform our building into a cultural landmark offering unparalleled access to Glenbow’s diverse collection of art and objects and exhibitions from around the world.

Help us build a one-of-a-kind cultural experience in Calgary.

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