KABLUSIAK + AUDIE MURRAY

Summertime, here and there⁣

In collaboration with

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Accompanying text by Dr. Kaitlyn Purcell

Exhibition | Jun 20 – Aug 17 2024⁣

up front w/

ERICA EYRES

Exhibition | Jun 20 – Aug 17 2024⁣

up front w/ ERICA EYRES features a selection of new paintings and ceramic works from the renowned Glasgow-based, Canadian artist.

Summer hours

Tue-Fri 10-5 pm
Saturdays 12-4 pm
(or by appointment)

Gallery Closed for
Summer Break

Aug 3 – 12

BIRKENSTOCK CUSTOMIZATION STATION

gravitypope has partnered with Birkenstock and Norberg Hall on an in-store customization pop-up

Featuring over 30 designs by MARIGOLD SANTOSKABLUSIAKROBIN ARSENEAULTYVONNE MULLOCK, and JOHN WILL.

Purchase a pair of Birkenstocks from July 3 – 31, and get free custom laser engraving by featured artists – Only available at gravitypope Calgary.

Norberg Hall is thrilled to announce that CARRIE ALLISON, ERICA EYRES and MARIGOLD SANTOS have been longlisted for the prestigious Sobey Art Award ! Congratulations to Carrie, Erica, Marigold and all of this year’s nominees.

The Sobey Art Award is widely recognized as the pre-eminent prize for contemporary Canadian artists of all ages. Presented annually by the National Gallery of Canada and The Sobey Art Foundation, the prize celebrates some of this country’s most exciting artists from six regions: Circumpolar, Pacific, Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic.

Kablusiak is the grand winner of the $100,000 2023 Sobey Art Award, Canada’s preeminent prize for contemporary visual arts.

Kablusiak is a multidisciplinary Inuvialuk artist and curator who uses Inuk ingenuity to create work in a variety of mediums, including lingerie, white flour, soapstone, felt, acrylic paint, and words. The artist’s work explores dis/connections and family and community ties within the Inuit diaspora, as well as the impact of colonization on Inuit expressions of gender and sexuality, on health and wellbeing, and on daily life. Kablusiak was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, and they are currently based in Mohkinstsis/Calgary, Alberta.

The Sobey Art Award exhibition is on view at the National Gallery of Canada until March 3, 2024 and features the work of the four finalists and the grand winner.

Founded in 2002, the Sobey Art Award / Prix Sobey pour les arts is funded by the Sobey Art Foundation and organized and presented by the National Gallery of Canada. The Award propels the careers of artists through financial support and recognition in Canada and beyond.

Past Exhibitions

Art Inquiry