Art Gallery

John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery is a professional public art gallery dedicated to engaging timely conversations and community through contemporary art.


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Feature

For Position Only: Design Studies alumni show

Featuring the work of well-recognized alumni/professional designers with roots in the Design Studies program, For Position Only begins January 12, 2018.


 

Upcoming

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DaveandJenn. Detail from Pretender is the Other Bird, 2016. Bronze, epoxy putty, steel and mixed medium, 176.0 x 74.0 x 46.0 cm. Courtesy of the Artist and Trépanier Baer Gallery. Photo: M.N. Hutchinson, Calgary.

Archive

October 20 – December 16, 2017

Where This Goes is a taste of the diverse, significant contributions MacEwan Fine Art alumni have made to local, national, and international art scenes.

John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery

Room 11-121, Allard Hall
11110-104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Carolyn Jervis, Director
jervisc@macewan.ca

 

Gallery hours

Tuesday – Saturday, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Sunday, Monday and statutory holidays


Allard Hall

 

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John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery vision/mandate

Vision

The John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery is a professional public art gallery dedicated to engaging timely conversations and community through contemporary art.

Mandate

The John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery is a public gallery committed to presenting art exhibitions, programs, and publications that feature diverse artistic and curatorial perspectives committed to critical discourses in contemporary art. The gallery supports interdisciplinary, experiential learning for the public and for the university community. Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton in MacEwan University’s new Allard Hall, John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery programming also serves the local community through emphasizing safe, collaborative and relevant opportunities for learning and visual literacy development. Gallery initiatives reinforce the MacEwan University mandate through innovative approaches to program delivery and community development. The gallery supports opportunities for students to develop academic, practical and leadership skills to support their futures as artists, cultural workers, and lifelong critical thinkers.