Talks & Tours

Thursday, April 17
TALK & TOUR
Out for Lunch: Bryan Adams: Exposed

Take a deeper look at the work of Bryan Adams with Glenbow's VP Melanie Kjorlien.

12pm
Members Free/General $5


Tuesday, April 22

TALK & TOUR

Book Launch: Mississauga Portraits: Ojibwe Voices from Nineteenth Century Canada by Donald B. Smith

Thirty-five years ago, Lieutenant Governor Ralph Steinhauer, a member of the well-known First Nations family in Alberta, unveiled a 150 year-old art treasure just acquired by Glenbow. The magnificent 1829 portrait; by the celebrated American artist John Neagle, is of Shahwahnegezik or Henry B. Steinhauer, the Lieutenant Governor's great-grandfather.

Don Smith's illustrated talk focuses on Henry B. Steinhauer and his two sons, Egerton and Robert Steinhauer, the subject of the final chapter in his new book, Mississauga Portraits: Ojibwe Voices from Nineteenth Century Canada (University of Toronto Press 2013)

Presented by Chinook Country Historical Society Program in collaboration with Glenbow.

7:30pm

Glenbow Theatre

Free Event


Wednesday, April 23
TALK & TOUR
Out for Lunch: Worn to Be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket

Join Glenbow's VP Melanie Kjorlien and discover how the iconic garment evolved from practical, protective outwear to become the ultimate symbol of pop culture cool.

12pm
Members Free/General $5


Thursday, April 24

TALK & TOUR

Made in Calgary: The 1990s Artist Talks: Bart Habermiller, Xstine Cook & Tim Westbury


Join Glenbow and Contemporary Calgary for a series of talks by artists who helped define the local art scene in the 90s. Presented in conjunction with Made in Calgary: The 1990s.

A trio of top Calgary talent! In the 90s, Habermiller founded the still influential community initiative/art collective Graceland. He'll be joined by artists Xstine Cook and Tim Westbury to discuss various aspects of that time: installation, the studio experience, and performance art.

7pm
Glenbow Theatre
Members Free/General $5


Thursday, May 1

TALK & TOUR

Made in Calgary: The 1990s Artist Talks: Alan Dunning & Paul Woodrow


Join Glenbow and Contemporary Calgary for a series of talks by artists who helped define the local art scene in the 90s. Presented in conjunction with Made in Calgary: The 1990s.

Take a trip to the final frontier - the human mind. Dunning and Woodrow's Einstein's Brain Project, launched in 1996, is an ongoing virtual reality work that has been presented internationally in several manifestations.

7pm
Glenbow Theatre
Members Free/General $5


Tuesday, May 13

TALK & TOUR

Book Launch: David Finch

Presented by Chinook Country Historical Society Program in collaboration with Glenbow.

7:30pm

Glenbow Theatre

Free Event


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