Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre

Art Gallery

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Reviews 7

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    David Baker
    Nice facility. Well layed out. Friendly staff.
  • K
    Krishin Hockridge
    Really nice how the sound travels and resonates. Also nice stage.
  • C
    Claudio Della Valle
    Interesting local Medicine Hat museum/gallery. Quite a modern looking building and has a little bit for everybody. A gallery, museum and exhibitors hub that is worth a visit.
  • R
    Randy Reiffenstein
    Interesting heritage information, great place to learn
  • T
    Tracy Burles
    Enjoy seeing the art displays, and activities
  • A
    Audrey Skoog
    Wonderful facility.
  • S
    Scott Richardson
    Great place. A++

Information


Monday
9AM–5PM
Tuesday
9AM–5PM
Wednesday
9AM–5PM
Thursday
9AM–5PM
Friday
9AM–5PM
Saturday
12–5PM
Sunday
Closed
esplanade.ca
+1 403-502-8580
401 1 St SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8W2, Canada
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May 13, 2017-July 1, 2017In 2017, Canada is 150 years old as a nation. To mark this unique occasion, the Esplanade Art Gallery presents a group exhibition inspired by the abundant history - and rich prospects - of ceramics in Canada. Read More

May 13, 2017-July 1, 2017 In this exhibition of new work, Jenn presents an installation with mural and sculpture animated by a projection, as well as series of ceramic plates whose illustrations explore her identity as both a Canadian and as a mother. Read More

May 20, 2017-September 16, 2017‘Uncle’ John Asplund arrived on the flat open lands south of the Cypress Hills in 1910. Like thousands of others of the early twentieth century, he saw an opportunity for his family, to own their land and grow a future from the soil. Read More

2017 Summer Art Camps REGISTER NOW!Register Now! Summer Art Camp 2017 will be held in the Esplanade Discovery Centre, utilizing the Art Gallery, Museum, Archives, and local environment for inspiration. There will be weekly field trips! Read More

2017 Spring Art ProgramsArt classes draw from the current exhibitions in the Art Gallery. Two dimensional and three dimensional art projects are designed to give children the opportunity to explore a wide variety of ideas in a diversity of media. Read More