5 Things To Do: April 2 to 6
Inspiring awards, a gallery exhibition that will make you long for spring and more.
April 1, 2018
Until April 5, the West End Gallery presents Gerda Marschall’s exhibition “Spring In Motion.” Marschall’s floral and landscape paintings are filled with vibrant colour, texture and light.
West End Gallery, 10337 124 St., 780-488-4892, westendgalleryltd.com
The University of Alberta features three globally renowned artists on April 3 in a discussion focused on art, climate, energy and activism. See Natalie Loveless, Sourayan Mookerjea and Sheena Wilson on an informative and enlightening panel.
Telus Centre, University of Alberta, 11104 87 Ave., facebook.com/events
Each year, the Orchid Society of Alberta brings together a variety of orchids for orchid enthusiasts and flower lovers to peruse. There will be over 15 Canadian and international vendors attending and plenty of stunning blooms to take in.
Enjoy Centre, 101 Riel Drive, St. Albert, orchidsalberta.org
Host Lesley MacDonald will take centre stage for the Global Woman of Vision celebration and luncheon on April 6. Join the 2017/2018 Global News Woman of Vision recipients and hear their stories, meet some leaders and innovators in the community and enjoy a post-luncheon reception.
Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave., eventbrite.ca
Florin Hategan’s exhibition “Wetlands” will be showcased at Harcourt House’s Main Gallery for the entirety of April. Stop by and see the Romanian-born visual artist and printmaker’s stunning large-scale print works up-close.
Harcourt House Artist Run Centre, 10215 112 St., harcourthouse.ab.ca