At the corner of 106th Street and 102nd Avenue in Edmonton sits an unassuming white brick building. The space inside is filled to the brim with treasures and curiosities from 150 emerging and established artists — the largest public gallery in the province dedicated to exhibiting craft arts. The Alberta Craft Council is a not-for-profit that promotes and advocates for fine craft including the growing appreciation for craft, including mediums such as clay, glass, fibre, wood, metal or stone.
Lando Gallery is Edmonton's largest commercial art gallery located in the heart of the Gallery District on 124 Street.View details
The Art Gallery of Alberta’s art sales and rental program enables the public to have art in their homes and offices at a reasonable cost.View details
Shop AGA offers well designed and unique items in the heart of the downtown at the Art Gallery of Alberta.View details
The City Market Downtown is a thriving Saturday market with vendors selling goods including local farm produce and meat, take-away food offerings and handmade craftsView details