Events

Exhibition
Jan 27

Food – Adam Essex

Food – Adam Essex I call Lethbridge home and love painting in my free time when not working as a chef. Painting and cooking are my two passions.

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:January 27th, 2024  -  March 23rd, 2024

Location:Casa - Focus Gallery

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Jan 27

Flat Circle – Amanda Sylvester

Flat Circle – Amanda Sylvester Amanda Sylvester is a BFA student at the University of Lethbridge, living and working full time in the Lethbridge region. She most favours the tangibility of making things by hand no matter the medium, and is fascinated by the process of building small, negligible parts into a much greater whole. […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:January 27th, 2024  -  March 23rd, 2024

Location:Casa - Platform

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Jan 27

Kah’kano’kitopi Saatstakssin – Sikapinakii Low Horn

Kah’kano’kitopi Saatstakssin – Sikapinakii Low Horn Blackfoot artist, Sikapinakii Low Horn, is a member of the Siksika First Nation which is a part of the Blackfoot Confederacy in Southern Alberta. They graduated with their Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2019 and are currently attending the University of Calgary as a Master of Fine Arts graduate […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:January 27th, 2024  -  March 23rd, 2024

Location:Casa - Saokitapi Gallery

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Nov 10

Backyard Wilderness III: Data Portraits – Leila Armstrong

Backyard Wilderness III: Data Portraits – Leila Armstrong I began working on projects involving our relationship to wildlife as part of the artists’ duo 12 Point Buck (2009-11). I continue to explore it today through exhibitions and public art. Wanting to enrich my understanding of the nature/culture divide, and to use art as a research […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:November 10th, 2023  -  January 13th, 2024

Location:Casa - Project Space

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Nov 10

Grass Land – Christian Gomes

Grass Land – Christian Gomes I like quiet, simple things. I take photographs of solitary trees, barns, prairies, and people. There is no shortage of these things in southern Alberta. The prairie landscape is an oft disregarded one, usually in favour of Alberta’s more popular mountainous views. These photographs draw specific attention to the features […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:November 10th, 2023  -  January 13th, 2024

Location:Casa - Passage Gallery

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Nov 10

Erickson’s Building in the Landscape – Julie Duschenes

Erickson’s Building in the Landscape – Julie Duschenes Growing up, I had the opportunity to visit building sites when my father, an architect, did construction inspections. This engendered an interest in buildings and structures that was fed by building tours on family vacations, perspective drawing classes and a bit of drafting. My interest in Erickson’s […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:November 10th, 2023  -  January 13th, 2024

Location:Casa - Concourse Gallery

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Nov 10

TAROT 22/7 – The Material Girls Collective

TAROT 22/7 – The Material Girls Collective Tarot means something different to everyone. Typically taking the form of cards, tarot decks or oracle decks are used for divination, managing stress, playing, imagining, creating community, and much more. Each person encodes their own personal meaning into tarot as an existing object, drawing from their own symbolisms […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:November 10th, 2023  -  January 13th, 2024

Location:Casa - Platform

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Nov 10

Paapaitapiksi (Dream Beings) – Áísínai’pi Stamiksiipokai

Paapaitapiksi (Dream Beings) – Áísínai’pi Stamiksiipokai (Candace Gladue-Bullchild) Almost always, I dream in colour, when I awake, I remember vivid details from my visit to the dream world. Narcisse Blood/Tatsikiistamik states that the life of Niitsitapiiks requires a deep spiritual connection to Kitaoowahsinnoon, which translates to “the place where we get our food and water.” […]

Series:Gallery Exhibition

Date:November 10th, 2023  -  January 13th, 2024

Location:Casa - Saokitapi Gallery

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The cover of the Spring/Summer 2024 Casa Program Guide with a marigold cover and paper flower collage.

Casa Program Guide

The Casa Program Guide is produced three times a year; Winter, Spring/Summer and Fall. Inside the guide find listings for the upcoming class and workshop schedule, upcoming exhibitions at The Gallery, information about artists in residence and seasonal events in the building. Program guides are free. Pick-up guides at Casa or at facilities throughout the city.