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the Stollery Gallery

 is committed to showing art by underrepresented artists, including our own collective.

Extended Gallery Hours

mon – wed, friday: 9AM – 3PM
saturday 1-3PM

past exhibitions

external exhibitions

upcoming exhibit

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Photo of two brown ceramic pots with text that says "De more yu luk, de less yu si"

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De more yu luk, de less yu si

Raneece Buddan and the Nina Collective

January 10 – February 12, 2022

“De more yu luk, de less yu si” or “The more you look, the less you see” showcases recent work by Raneece Buddan, a Jamaican artist and 2020 BFA graduate from the University of Alberta. This exhibition is the culmination of Buddan’s collaboration with the Nina Collective of artists with developmental disabilities in December 2021, presented by TD.

 

COVID-19 Protocols:

Please note that as of September 20, 2021, proof of vaccination is required to enter the Nina.

The Nina Haggerty Centre is committed to providing a safe environment for our community. In compliance with new Alberta Health regulations for the Restrictions Exemption Program, the facility will be implementing a proof of vaccination mandate starting September 20, 2021.

Staff, volunteers, guests of the facility, support staff, and artist participants will be required to provide the following upon entry into the building:

  • Proof of your first COVID-19 vaccination by September 20th, 2021.
  • Proof of your second COVID-19 vaccination by October 25th, 2021.

This policy will extend to any future COVID-19 vaccinations or booster recommendations. A piece of valid government photo ID will be required for those who are not staff or regular attending artists.

We understand that there will be individuals who are unable to receive the vaccination for medical reasons. Employees, staff, artists, and support workers who fall in this category can provide certified proof of a medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccinations and gain admittance into the facility.

Visitors of the Nina can also provide proof of a recent (within the previous 72 hours) negative COVID-19 test (either PCR or Rapid Test).

Those who do not provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccinations or medical exemptions will be denied entry. We appreciate everyone‘s understanding and cooperation during these challenging times. Please contact Rona at rona@thenina.ca with any questions or concerns.

 

past exhibitions

The Nina After Hours

The Nina After Hours

Sometimes I have these moments

Sometimes I have these moments

Art At Large

Art At Large

ATB Art and Wellness

ATB Art and Wellness

CIBC Your Art Your Business Virtual Exhibit

CIBC Your Art Your Business Virtual Exhibit

As We Travel Through | RBC Emerging Artists

As We Travel Through | RBC Emerging Artists

Open Walls Community Exhibit (Bleeding Heart Art Space)

Open Walls Community Exhibit (Bleeding Heart Art Space)

Complicated // Suspension | SkirtsAfire 2020

Complicated // Suspension | SkirtsAfire 2020

2020 Stantec Artist of the Year Lora Pallister

2020 Stantec Artist of the Year Lora Pallister

Deep Freeze 2020

Deep Freeze 2020

the Nina After Hours

the Nina After Hours

(Dys)Function X | Angèle Karosi & Tim Grieco

(Dys)Function X | Angèle Karosi & Tim Grieco

Out of the Darkness | Rob Hislop

Out of the Darkness | Rob Hislop

Kaleido Festival 2019

Kaleido Festival 2019

Gently Used

Gently Used

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Home – Montana School Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit

Home – Montana School Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit

Neighbourhood Orbits

Neighbourhood Orbits

Metro: Tim Crnkovic & Jamie Laventure

Metro: Tim Crnkovic & Jamie Laventure

Art in the HeART

Art in the HeART

Lora Pallister | Selected Works

Lora Pallister | Selected Works

Vanessa Ryl | Stantec Artist of the Year

Vanessa Ryl | Stantec Artist of the Year

the Nina After Party | Nina Collective

the Nina After Party | Nina Collective

Still Myself | Kate Collie

Still Myself | Kate Collie

The Artist Inside | Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre Artists

The Artist Inside | Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre Artists

Other Otherness | Yvonne DuBourdieu

Other Otherness | Yvonne DuBourdieu

Firsthand | RBC Emerging Artists

Firsthand | RBC Emerging Artists

CN Where We Work III | Nina Collective

CN Where We Work III | Nina Collective

Celebration of Abilities | AABIS

Celebration of Abilities | AABIS

HONOUR | Meskanahk Na Kipa Wit Students

HONOUR | Meskanahk Na Kipa Wit Students

Crystal Kids

Crystal Kids

Wooooodland | Stantec Artist of the Year Leona Clawson

Wooooodland | Stantec Artist of the Year Leona Clawson

A Delicate Side of Edmonton | Tomas Illes

A Delicate Side of Edmonton | Tomas Illes

the Nina After Hours | Nina Collective

the Nina After Hours | Nina Collective

The Artist Inside | Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre Artists

The Artist Inside | Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre Artists

Skyz of Pain, The Art of Resistance | Justin Berger

Skyz of Pain, The Art of Resistance | Justin Berger

Canada Interlude | Nina Collective & RBC Emerging Artists

Canada Interlude | Nina Collective & RBC Emerging Artists

Crosswalk Menagerie | RBC Eemerging Artists

Crosswalk Menagerie | RBC Eemerging Artists

Spectrum | AABIS

Spectrum | AABIS

Centre for Austism Services’ Annual Show & Sell

Centre for Austism Services’ Annual Show & Sell

Crystal Kids

Crystal Kids

Community & Family Art Night

Community & Family Art Night

A Long Walk | Crystal Dillon, Krista Hamilton, & Tess Stieben

A Long Walk | Crystal Dillon, Krista Hamilton, & Tess Stieben

Skirts a Fire 2017

Skirts a Fire 2017

Impossible Birds | Stantec Artist of the Year Linda Vincent

Impossible Birds | Stantec Artist of the Year Linda Vincent

Black Hole Thought Grenades | Kevin Kunce

Black Hole Thought Grenades | Kevin Kunce

Deep Freeze 2017 | Community Artists

Deep Freeze 2017 | Community Artists

After Hours | Nina Collective

After Hours | Nina Collective

All That is Lost and Found | Maya Candler & Kaida Kobylka

All That is Lost and Found | Maya Candler & Kaida Kobylka

The Living Valley | Amanda Schutz

The Living Valley | Amanda Schutz

Life2 | (RE)INTEGRATION (RE)DEFINED

Life2 | (RE)INTEGRATION (RE)DEFINED

How to Work a Room | RBC Emerging Artists

How to Work a Room | RBC Emerging Artists

Encore | Nina Collective & Staff

Encore | Nina Collective & Staff

Centre for Autism Services’ Annual Show & Sale

Centre for Autism Services’ Annual Show & Sale

Akineskamowin, Journey | Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit Students

Akineskamowin, Journey | Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit Students

Neighbourhood Orbits | Nina Satellite Programs

Neighbourhood Orbits | Nina Satellite Programs

Art in the HeArt |Edmonton Public City Centre Catchment Schools

Art in the HeArt |Edmonton Public City Centre Catchment Schools

All Creatures Great & Small | Nina Collective

All Creatures Great & Small | Nina Collective

Good Grief | j Procktor

Good Grief | j Procktor

Ken Hayward | 2018 Stantec Artist of the Year

Ken Hayward | 2018 Stantec Artist of the Year

blink | Derrick Wayne Lipinski

blink | Derrick Wayne Lipinski

external exhibitions

In addition to our on-site Stollery Gallery, the Nina Collective’s work can be seen in a number of spaces throughout Edmonton, including:

Edmonton EXPO Centre

7515 118 Ave, Edmonton, AB
The EXPO Art Pavilion features eighteen pieces of art from the Nina Collective, including three large-format reproductions of paintings by Decinti Simpson (Fall Leaves) and Lora Pallister (British Columbia and Trees). Additional artworks will be added to the space in early 2020.

 

City Centre Mall window display

Corner of 102 A Ave & 100 Street, Edmonton, AB
current exhibition:
Sometimes I have these moments
2021 RBC Emerging Artists:

Raneece Buddan
Shawnee Danielle
Nicholas Hertz
Ariana Ozga-Reinecke
Emily Storvold

Photo of Uli's abstract paintings in the downtown window gallery

we are accepting proposals for future exhibitions.

are you an artist who faces barriers to sharing your work? apply to exhibit in the Nina’s Stollery Gallery

The Nina logo in white

The Nina Haggerty
Centre for the Arts

9225 118 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 0K6

Gift shop & Gallery Hours

Monday - Friday: 9AM - 3PM

Sat: 1 - 3 PM during exhibitions

Studio Hours

Mon - Wed: 9AM-11:30AM, 12:30PM-3PM
Thu - Fri: 9AM-11:30AM

Please note that as of September 20, 2021 all visitors are required to provide proof of vaccination.

Contact

(780) 474-7611  info@thenina.ca

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