Summer Art Camps start July 4th! Register today!

Happy Canada Day!
We will be open Friday, July 1 for Canada Day from 1 pm – 5 pm. We hope you will visit us to see the hole/whole exhibition and enjoy free art activities in our interactive space called the Green Space. We wish everyone a safe and happy long weekend.
 
Summer Art CampsOur Summer Art Camps begin next week! If you're interested in signing your child up, then you're in luck because there are still spaces available.  To register, please call The Prairie Art Gallery at (780) 532-8111.

Add a little art adventure to your summer! Join the art instructors at The Prairie Art Gallery to celebrate and explore art through drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media. The summer art camp will ignite creative imagination in its campers and allow young artists to discover and create in a lively studio environment. Explore and learn with us this summer!

Week-long, half day camps
9:00 am – 11:30 am
Cost: $87 Non-Members, $70 Members
Class size: Max. 8 students

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Annual General Meeting
Thank you to everyone who came to Monday’s Annual General Meeting. Executive Director/Curator Robert Steven gave a tour of the construction site after the meeting. We hope you had a nice time and enjoyed to the tour.

We're also happy to welcome this year's Board of Directors:
Chair: Grant Berg
Vice Chair: Alan Segal
Secretary: Maryse Maurice
Treasurer: Pam French
Directors:
Jean Bauer
John Croken
Jeffrey Donald
Fred Estlin
Terry Gorgichuk
Carrie Klukas
Tina Nelson
Patricia Trout


TREX Exhibitions in Grande Prairie
Kim Huynh: hole/whole
June 3 – August 15, 2011
On view at The Prairie Art Gallery
hole/whole was curated by Todd Schaber of The Prairie Art Gallery.

Maskwacis: Bear Hills
July & August 2011
On view at the Grande Prairie Public Library.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta

Nicole Bauberger: 100 Dresses for Alberta
July & August 2011
On view at the QEII Hospital in Grande Prairie, Courtyard Gallery
100 Dresses for Alberta was curated by Todd Schaber of The Prairie Art Gallery.

Eric Cameron: A Conceptual Approach
July & August 2011
On view at the Grande Prairie Regional College, Glass Gallery
10726-106 Avenue
A Conceptual Approach was curated by Todd Schaber of The Prairie Art Gallery

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The Montrose Cultural Centre opened its doors in June 2009. It is home to The Prairie Art Gallery, the Grande Prairie Public Library and Esquires Coffee House. It is a place for the community to gather in support of the arts and literacy in Grande Prairie.
 

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