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Visit our 5 Galleries:

  1. The Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse (9351 – 118 Ave)

    Featuring: Jill Thomson’s “Urban Gardens”

  2.  Kaleido Festival Gallery @ Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (9225 – 118 Ave)

  3.  Kaleido Youth Gallery @ Green Onion Cake Man (9132 – 118 Ave)

  4.  Kaleido Youth Gallery @ Upstairs Gallery (9140 – 118 Ave)

  5.  Kaleido Festival Photography Gallery @ Kasoa Market (9340 118 Ave)

Kaleido Festival Gallery: Exhibition & Sale

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (9225 – 118 Ave)

HOURS Friday: 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Saturday: Noon to 8:00 pm | Sunday: Noon to 6:00 pm

Welcome to the 14th annual Kaleido Festival Gallery exhibition at the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts. All the artwork on display is available for purchase with a portion of the sale going to support the Kaleido Family Arts Festival. This exhibition showcases a variety of artwork from emerging to established artists. We hope you enjoy this juried exhibition.

Here are some engaging ideas and activities you can try while you are looking at the artwork, especially if you have children:

  • Start by not reading the artwork’s label: look at the work first; see if you can imagine what the work is about.

  • You Name the Artwork: What would you call the piece? Re-name one or two of your favourite artworks. Discuss the reasons for the new title.

  • Tell Stories: Make up a story about one of the paintings or sculptures. Ask questions.

  • Play I Spy: Choose an object/colour/shape/texture in an artwork and have friends and family members take turns guessing which artwork it is. If it is an object/shape/texture you will need to describe it first – but don’t give too much away!

  • Seek and Find: Pick your favourite colours, shapes, textures or objects and see how many you can find in the artwork. This games helps the viewer to look more closely at the art.

  • Change where you stand: Change how you view a piece of art by moving really close (but remember, no touching) then move really far back. Talk about the differences.

Sabine Hanhel

Sabine Hanhel

Yvonne DuBourdieu

Yvonne DuBourdieu

Suzan Berwald

Suzan Berwald

Kaleido Festival Gallery - Artists

Keita Kankam · acrylic
Bonnie Koshman · mixed media
Michelle Leavitt-Djonlic · watercolour
Robin Light · watercolour
Jordan Pearson · mixed media
Lee Anne Pellerin · photography
Jade Perez · mixed media
Brenda Philp · mixed media
Gail Rydman · mixed media
Angie Sotiropoulos · mixed media

Suzan Berwald · pastels
Rachel Cadrin · mixed media
Erik Cheung · mixed media
Yvonne DuBourdieu · oil
Julie Drew · mixed media
Amanda Gibb · watercolour
Sabine Hahnel · oil
Carmella Haykowsky · oil
Mika Haykowsky · mixed media
Ashley Herrington · digital and etching print

Kaleido Festival Youth Gallery – Upstairs Gallery (9140 – 118) & Green Onion Cake Man (9132-118 Ave)  


We are pleased to host this exhibition featuring the artwork from talented young artists from the following schools:      

Mount Royal Arts Core Elementary
Virginia Park Arts Elementary
St. Nicolas Arts Focus Junior High
Eastglen High School
Victoria High School

Friday: 7:00pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm

Kaleido Festival Photography Gallery – in windows of KASAO Market (9340 – 118 Ave)

We are pleased to present an exhibition of photographs from the 360 Grit Group of Photographers who consistently strive to produce works of merit through universal criteria of content, composition and tone.

Friday: 7:00pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm

360 Grit Group,  Forgotten Scars

360 Grit Group, Forgotten Scars

360 Grit Group,  ikebukuro, Tokyo

360 Grit Group, ikebukuro, Tokyo

Independent Galleries

Maria Pace-Wynters (Home Gallery 11520 – 94 St)
Friday: 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Saturday: Noon to 8:00 pm | Sunday: Noon to 6:00 pm

My dream studio in my backyard. I can’t think of a better place than Kaleido Festival to be the place where I first open my studio doors to the public. Please come visit me in the place where I make my dreams come true.”

Maria Pace-Wynters is a mixed media artist that lives in the Alberta Avenue area. Originally from Victoria, B.C. she has made Edmonton her home for the last twenty years. Her art is collected worldwide through online auctions and her Etsy shop. Maria is also a featured artist at The Carrot where she her sells fin

Collins Studio Gallery (11743 - 94 St)

Family Painting | Stop by for free family painting and drawing activities. ($10 donations graciously accepted to support Collins Studio Gallery programming)

  • Friday, September 13th | 6:00 pm–8:00 pm

  • Saturday, September 14th | Noon–6:00 pm

  • Sunday, September 15th | Noon–3:00 pm

Live Music | Expect the unexpected from ctrl.alt.defy. They are a group of four enterprising laptop composers who showcase their soundscapes at this free attraction. Adolescent upstarts and seasoned veterans that include James Parrott, m.o.a.i.n., Noah Benavides and Breitbart Simpson & the Alt-Wrong Orchestra present the results of their dalliances on digital audio workstations in a range of sounds from ambient to experimental.

  • Saturday, September 14th | 8–10:00 pm

ArtsHub 118 (11731 - 93 St; 2nd and 3rd floors of building)

Saturday and Sunday | Noon - 6:00 pm

ArtsHub 118 is a unique cooperative community where artists live and work in the heart of 118 Ave, above the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts. 

View paintings, drawings, prints and photographs by resident artists. Galleries on the 2nd and 3rd floors will be open to the public for free.