The AFA Art Collection is evolving to include more artistic practices and artists from Alberta's many unique backgrounds and communities.
Artists Adrian Stimson, Kari Woo, Matt Gould, and Karrie Arthurs describe their work and what it means for them to be included in the Collection.
Diversifying the Collection is one reason why the AFA established its pluralism policy to meet Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility (EDIA) goals. Learn more about how the AFA is expanding who (and what!) is represented in the collection.
This is the fourth episode of a five-part series about the AFA Art Collection.
50th Anniversary of the AFA Art Collection
Established in 1972, the AFA Art Collection is a unique representation of the history, development and achievements of Alberta's visual arts community. Today, the AFA is proud to manage one of the strongest, most active provincial art collections in Canada.
On September 29, 2022, the AFA began celebration for the 50th Anniversary of the establishment of the AFA Art Collection. Learn more about how we are celebrating throughout 2022 and 2023.
We are proud to diligently care and work with each of our more than 9,000 artworks in Alberta's public art collection. This is the second episode of a five-part series about the AFA Art Collection.
- Watch episode 1 of the series, Building a Collection, on YouTube
- Watch episode 2 of the series: Caring for the Collection on YouTube
- Watch episode 3 of the series: Sharing the Collection on YouTube
Videos produced by Hidden Story Productions.