Art Gallery of Grande Prairie

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Construction at the Montrose Cultural Centre

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MAY 30, 2016: Big changes are coming to the Montrose Cultural Centre this summer! In the next 3 weeks, the City of Grande Prairie will soon begin a summer-long construction project to build the South Montrose Concourse. It will bring a green space with trees and benches running parallel to the south side of the Montrose Cultural Centre.

Follow the link to learn what’s coming and how it will effect parking and entering the building to visit the Art Gallery. CLICK HERE

 

About the Gallery
One of the largest art galleries in Alberta, the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie works to preserve, inspire and explore the world of art to share with the community and the region. We offer free admission, tours, programs, and activities for all ages. The Art Gallery presents an average of twelve art exhibitions per year and welcomes over 20,000 visitors per year.

A History of the Gallery

 

Exhibitions and the Green Space
We have several art exhibitions on view per year that showcase the diversity found in art with various mediums from local artists as well as national and international artists. Since September 2009, we have dedicated a space to the interactive exploration of and response to art, called The Green Space. This space is for everyone and visitors of all ages have the opportunity to enjoy responding to the gallery’s current exhibitions through free art activities that are designed to encourage reflection and inspiration. Activities in the Green Space are open during gallery hours.

 

About the Montrose Cultural Centre
The Montrose Cultural Centre opened its doors in June 2009. It is home to The Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, the Grande Prairie Public Library and Esquires Coffee. It is a place for the community to gather in support of the arts and literacy in Grande Prairie, and is located on the corner of 98 Street and 103 Avenue.   Learn more….