Upcoming Exhibitions

Metamorphosis: Contemporary Canadian Portraits

Opens March 7, 2020
Organized by Glenbow and Library and Archives Canada

This latest collaboration between Glenbow and Library and Archives Canada (LAC) explores themes of transformation over time whether through mortality, renewal or commemoration. The exhibition includes important portraits, drawn from Glenbow and LAC collections, by artists such as Arnaud Maggs, Evergon, Rosalie Favell, David Neel and Sara Angelucci.

Enclosing Some Snapshots: The Photography of Métis Activist James Brady

Opens March 21, 2020
Organized by Glenbow
Curated by Paul Seesequasis

As an extension of his online Indigenous Archival Photo Project, Plains Cree writer, journalist and cultural activist Paul Seesequasis presents a selection of Glenbow’s archival photographs of and by mid-20th century Alberta Métis Activist James Brady.

Rosalie Favell, Navigating by Our Grandmothers (detail), 2000, Library and Archives Canada
James Brady and Madeleine Goulet, on a barge, Saskatchewan, August 1950, Collection of the Glenbow Western Research Centre

Glenbow offers a range of special exhibitions each year welcoming the best of international travelling exhibitions as well as drawing from our extensive collections. Explore our Permanent Exhibitions available all year 'round.

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