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.
Glenbow is located on Treaty 7 territory and respects the history, languages, traditions and cultures of the nations on whose traditional land we reside: the Niitsitapi from the Blackfoot Confederacy, which includes Siksika, Piikani and Kainaiwa; the Îyârhe Nakoda of the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley Nations; and the Dene of the Tsuut’ina Nation; as well as the Métis Nation Region III. Their contributions to the museum and continued support are integral to our success in educating our visitors and sharing the rich heritage of this land. We further acknowledge the vital connections we have to other indigenous people (including other First Nations, Inuit and Métis), whose visual and intangible culture is represented in our collections and exhibitions.
Stories of Gay Calgary: A Conversation with Kevin Allen
Dynamic Connections Video Tour
Stories & Conversations
Venture beyond the physical museum with artists, curators and interesting people from around the world. Stay up-to-date on all the latest Glenbow news.
Legacies of Bravery
Remembrance Day 2020
Energy Steeple by Joe Fafard
New Artwork Acquisition
An Interview with DIALOG Principal Architect, Robert Claiborne
Recognizing Nunavut Day
A Note from Becky Tootoo
Is it time to spice up your virtual background?
Glenbow from Home
Curator Q+A: Paul Seesequasis
Enclosing Some Snapshots: The Photography of Métis Activist James Brady
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.