Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
New: Fall visual arts programs are back at the gallery. Learn more and register today!
To ensure a safe physical distance is maintained at all times, Gallery@501 has a maximum capacity of 15 people, including front desk staff.
When visiting Gallery@501 please follow instructions from staff and move through the space in one direction and maintaining a physical distance of at least two meters between yourself and other visitors or staff.
All high touch surfaces are cleaned frequently and have hand sanitizer is available use you enter and exit the gallery. Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
Learn more about what Strathcona County is doing to help stop the spread of COVID-19 about Strathcona County’s response to COVID-19.
Mother Tongue / Ehts'o Ket'a By Bruno Canadien
September 10 to October 25, 2020
Stay Connected with Gallery@501
It is important to stay connected as an artist community during the COVID-19 situation. We have a page that offers a few ways to stay connected with Gallery@501 such as virtual exhibit tours, featured artists, and resources.
Hours of operation
|Tuesday to Saturday||12 noon to 4 p.m.|
To publicly exhibit visual arts to Strathcona County and the region it serves.
Strathcona County Art Gallery@501 providing access, drawing on collective histories and enhancing knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts through art education and art practice for Strathcona County’s inclusive community.
Strathcona County Art Gallery@501 will enrich and reflect the lives of Strathcona County residents and their visitors.
Donations are gratefully accepted for admission but are not required. Annual gallery memberships are also available. We offer a variety of arts and culture programs, for more information check out the latest recreation guide.
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