The Art Gallery of Alberta creates a Museum of National Significance
EDMONTON, AB.- The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA),
in downtown Edmonton, opened to the public on January 31, 2010. The remodeled
85,000 square foot gallery, designed by Los Angeles architect Randall
Stout, features three floors of exhibition space that showcases
historical and contemporary Canadian and international art. The opening
marks a major milestone in the AGA’s New Vision project and fulfills its goal of
creating an art gallery of national significance for the Province of Alberta.