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April 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

April 28
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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May 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

May 2
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

May 9
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

May 16
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

May 23
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

May 30
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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June 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

June 6
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

June 20
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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July 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

July 4
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

July 18
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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August 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

August 1
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

August 15
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

August 29
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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September 2018
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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

September 12
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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LandMark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project

September 26
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
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The exhibition, LandMark, features new works by Alberta Indigenous artists: Brenda Draney, Tanya Harnett and Terrance Houle. For each of these artists, the land and landscape of their home territory in Alberta has provided inspiration for the creation of works that address time and ancestry, nature and the environment, community and storytelling. Working in painting, photography and video, the work of these 3 artists present the land, not as geography or vista, but as intimate and person places that are marked by lived…

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