Our Stories, Our Gallery
Until December 31, 2022
The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) is excited to launch our 2022 Annual Giving Campaign—Our Stories, Our Gallery—in partnership with Dentons. This campaign is dedicated to increasing support for the AGA’s community outreach, events and educational programs. We chose this campaign theme as we believe art helps people communicate, advocate, educate and inspire. Especially those who may be marginalized or vulnerable.
The AGA has been a steward of the art environment in Alberta since 1924. Through that time, we have been supported by the generous donations of Albertans and art lovers from around the world. As we kick off this year’s Annual Giving Campaign, we want to share the stories of Albertans and community ambassadors and what impact the AGA has made for them and the community. Scroll down to learn about their stories on how art has made an impact on them.
Help support our Annual Giving Campaign!
Our annual crowd-funded campaign runs until December 31, 2022. Raising much-needed funds to us to continuously bring the visual art to our community and the future generations (through exhibitions, education, community outreach, events, programming and retail services) and to promote Alberta art and artists.
The AGA is a non-profit organization that relies on community support to help work towards its vision of being a creative hub within Alberta, that inspires imaginations, engages generations and transforms people’s lives through art. Your support this season with a monthly or one-time gift will make a lasting impact to the AGA. Please consider making your charitable gift to the AGA today!
Here’s how to participate:
Three easy ways to support our 2022 Annual Campaign, with a monthly or one-time gift. Any amount is welcome! Your support helps us to provide community access to our exhibitions and programming through 2023.
- Online: with Canada Helps (don’t forget to request a tax receipt).
- In-person at the Art Gallery of Alberta's guest services desk.
- Phone Dara Ojo at 780.392.2462.
Hear story from Rick Arndt
Hear story from Dr. Gloria Mok
Hear story from AGA Youth Council member, Tina Tran
Hear story from AGA Youth Council member, Anuhya Mutyala
Hear story from AGA Youth Council member, Zoya Mahmood
Hear story from the AGA's Head of Education and Learning, Dara Armsden