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Artworks by up to 36 local artists have been showcased in mini galleries at 10 northeast community centres and in the municipal building atrium. Mini gallery exhibitions are curated by Katrina Ali and Morgan Black.

New artworks continue to be on display and are being managed by the City of Calgary Public Art's partner in art stewardship, Calgary Arts Development.

Katrina Ali

Katrina Ali has a BA, Spanish major from UBC, Vancouver. She is fluent in French and Spanish and is deeply inspired by diversity. Following graduation from university, she taught English in the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador until she recently returned to Calgary, her native city. Katrina is the co-founder of Small Space Gallery which offered a humble, curated art-centered space to a wide variety of local creatives from March 2018 to April 2020 in Kensington, Calgary. Currently, Katrina is a Communications Specialist for The Knowledge Society, as well as offers art curation/advisory services. She is passionate about the arts and the urban development movement in the city of Calgary and wishes to contribute to this movement in a meaningful and proactive way. 

Morgan Black

Morgan Black is a Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nations multi-disciplinary artist and curator residing in Mohkinstsis on Treaty 7 territory. Her/their practice includes exploring Indigenous identity through relationship to materials, sustainability, the senses, time and place, while drawing inspiration from the land. Her curatorial practice involves approaching the role from a decolonial lens that empowers diverse/marginalized artists to take up space in the contemporary fine arts world. Her/their methodology privileges visibility, representation, and respect that honours artists and their visions.

January to April 2023 mini gallery exhibits

May to August 2023 mini gallery exhibits

September to December 2023 mini gallery exhibits

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