The Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery is closed until further notice due to the current public health restrictions in Alberta. TEACHERS we are NOW OFFERING VIRTUAL LEARNING for some of our school programs. Check out our blog for art activities and up to date news.
4525-47a Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z6
By: Karin Richardson-MacKenzie
David More: The Garden Within
Closing Wed, Sept 5th. Only a few days remaining to see this wonderful art show by Benalto
artist, David More. Free admission this weekend.
100 Years of Struggle; 100 Years of Solidarity
In the Discovery Studio until October 21st
The Alberta Federation of Labour was created in 1912 by workers and farmers who saw the need
for an organization that would protect their common interests and make their communities
stronger. This 4-panel display features stories and photos on a variety of themes of the AFL
movement over the past 100 years.
Big Changes Happening at the MAG
Preliminary construction begins on the permanent history exhibition. Galleries will be closed
from September 6th to 28th. Programs in the Discovery Room are not affected. The only and final
exhibition of 2012 will open September 29th. Visit the website for more information.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays – 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Come join us for some studio fun. Expressive, inclusive visual art program for everyone
Open Studio from September 10 to November 30.
New prices are in effect. Memberships available to persons with disabilities - $50 per year, $5.00
per month, or $3,00 for a drop in session. For information contact Janet Cole at 403-309-8405 or
MAGnificent Saturdays – 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Drop-in art making for the entire family. We supply the artist, the inspiration, and the materials
you supply your imagination. Activities included with admission.
Sept 1 – Monochromatic Murals with artist Carlene La Rue
Sept 8 – Where’d the Art Go? with artist Erin Boake
Sept 15 – Peculiar Portraits with artist Carlene La Rue
Sept 22 – Wannabe Watercolours with artist Erin Polzer
Sept 29 – Art from the Attic with artist Erin Polzer
For more information on these and future events, please contact Karin Richardson-MacKenzie,
Development & Marketing at 403-309-8446. Visits our website - www.redddermuseum.com