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Lana Whiskeyjack's art can be seen in Edmonton's Churchill Square as part of The Works Art and Design Festival

Glorious and Free – A Celebration of Canada is the new exhibit arriving just in time for the country’s sesquicentennial. Exhibiting artists include Andrew Raczynski, Douglas Fraser, Helen Rogers, Jori Warren, Jun Toyama, Kristin Anderson, Kristine McGuinty, Luise Mendler-Johnson, Marilynn Jeffery, Rick Rogers, Shelby Willis, Sharon Moore-Foster, and Suzan Berwald. Opening reception to be held on Thurs., July 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the July ArtWalk. Artists will be in attendance. Until Sat., July 29.

Peg McPherson has work in the Corridor Gallery. Until Mon., Aug. 14.

25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave., St. Albert; 780-460-5990; www.vasa-art.com

Twyla Exner’s Technological Wanders explores the potential for technology to go awry. Walkthrough tour on Thurs., July 20 starting at 12:05 p.m. Until Sat., July 29.

Gerald Delorme is the featured artist for June in the Art Rental and Sales Gallery upstairs.

19 Perron St., St. Albert; 780-460-4310; www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca

Take Your Best Shot is the museum’s annual youth photo exhibit, being shown now instead of in the late autumn, to coincide with Canada Day. The show’s theme is My Canada. Also features contributions from members of the St. Albert Photography Club. Until Sun., Sept. 10.

The museum will also have paintings by Douglas Fraser and photography by David Bowering on display in conjunction with ArtWalk. Until the end of June.

St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.); 780-459-1528; www.museeheritage.ca

Duncan Hebert and Susan Berwald are representing the St. Albert Painters’ Guild for the month in conjunction with ArtWalk. Until the end of June.

7 Perron St. www.paintersguild.ca

The youth gallery features the work of Bellerose High School student Noah Dewitt, this year’s winner of the Elsa Zahar award. His winning artwork called What’s Up?, a fun and funky portrait of a guitar player done with a black marker, will also be featured in the Art Gallery of St. Albert’s 2018 catalogue and on the invitation to High Energy 23 to be held next spring. Until the end of August.

St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.). 780-651-5735; www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca/learning-discovery/teachers-schools/programs/youth-gallery

The REdress Photography Project represents the 1,181 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. On display in conjunction with ArtWalk. Until the end of June.

St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.). 780-459-1530; www.sapl.ca

The shared space will feature the show Natural Surrealism with works by Justin Erickson in conjunction with ArtWalk. Until the end of June.

100, 43 St. Thomas St. 780-470-2059; www.facebook.com/collective.stalbert

As the Crow Flies is Teresa Graham’s new exhibit coming to the Alcove Gallery at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 1415 14 Ave. NW in Calgary. Until Mon., July 24. The exhibit will come to the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium next April. www.jubileeauditorium.com/InTheCommunity/JubeArt/Alcove

See Me, Hear Me, Heal Me is a presentation of a collaborative art/health project exploring the impact of head and neck cancers featuring the works of St. Albert’s Brad Necyk, along with Sean Caulfield, Ingrid Bachmann, Jude Griebel, Jill Ho-You, Heather Huston, and video documentation by Kyle Terrence. Opening reception is tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. Artists will be in attendance. Until Thurs., Aug. 3.

8440 112 St. in the University of Alberta Hospital, in Edmonton. 780-407-7152; www.friendsofuah.org/mcmullen-gallery

True North – Celebrating Canada 150 is a new exhibit by the Sculptors’ Association of Alberta featuring the works of VASA artist Helen Rogers, and others including Larry Andreoff, Jackie Bagley, Fran Cuyler, Keith Kobylka, Ritchie Velthuis, and Keith Turnbull. Opening reception tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. Artists will be in attendance. Until Wed., Sept. 6.

9626 96A St. in Edmonton. 780-668-6300; www.sculptorsassociation.ca

Little Kitchens is an exhibition of small artworks created by Canadian women artists. The 10th anniversary exhibit will be on display until October.

La Cité Francophone, #200, 8627 91 St. in Edmonton. 780-803-2016; www.wamsoc.ca

The St. Albert Photography Club has a rotating selection of artistic photographs on display in the foyer area of Red Willow Place. New works on display until June.

7 Taché St.; www.stalbertphotoclub.com

The Works Art and Design Festival runs from June 22 to July 4. Taking place at Churchill Square and 40 locations throughout downtown Edmonton, the festival features dozens upon dozens of artists in 50 exhibits and 300 special events including live performances, tours, receptions and demonstrations. www.theworks.ab.ca

St. Albert’s ArtWalk takes place on the first Thursday of each month from May to September. There are eight venues including WARES, St. Albert Public Library, MusĂ©e HĂ©ritage Museum, A Boutique Gallery Bar By Gracie Jane, Art Gallery of St. Albert (and its Rental and Sales Gallery), Bookstore On Perron, VASA Gallery, and The Collective. Future ArtWalks will take place on July 6, Aug. 3 and Sept. 7. www.artwalkstalbert.com

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Friday July 7 to Sunday July 9 along 82 Avenue from 101 to 108 Streets in Edmonton. www.art-walk.ca

Bev Bunker has been invited to show her recent painting called Les Chocolats into the American art show Capturing Realism ’17 in the Pauly Friedman Gallery in Dallas, Pennsylvania. Opening reception on Sat., July 8 and the show will run until the end of August.

Samantha Williams-Chapelsky will be participating in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition from July 14 to 16. www.torontooutdoorart.org

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