The Life and Legacy of General Sir Arthur Currie
An Exhibition from the Museum Strathroy-Caradoc
April 1 – June 11
As we continue to remember the events of World War I, the Musée Héritage Museum is pleased to host The Life and Legacy of Sir Arthur Currie: An Exhibition from the Museum Strathroy-Caradoc.
Discover the story of Sir Arthur Currie—from his upbringing in Ontario to his rise through the ranks to become the first Canadian Commander of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
We will also feature some of the contributions of local entrepreneur and military strategist, Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel, who served under Currie’s command.
Take Your Best Shot: Youth Photo Contest
Submission Deadline: April 29
Contest Theme: My Canada
The Musée Héritage Museum is having its annual youth photo contest! In celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, this year’s theme is My Canada. Show us what Canada means to you!
A jury will choose nine winning photos from each age group. All entries will be displayed at the Musée Héritage Museum from June 20 – September 10.
Entries will be divided into three groups: Grades 3 – 6, Grades 7 – 9, Grades 10 – 12. Prizes will be awarded to the top three photos (as decided by a jury) in each age group. Winners will be notified by May 20.
Entries will be judged on: choice of subject, creativity, quality of photo, and written description.
For up-and-coming photographers Grade 2 or under, we will be having a special display in our Discovery Room. Submit photos for this special display to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Enter
Only one entry per person is permitted.
- Take a digital photo of anything that represents Canada to you
- Write one paragraph to tell us what the picture is of and why you chose to photograph it. (Maximum 75 words – space is provided on the entry form)
- Fill out an entry form with permissions, along with your written paragraph
- Email a jpeg copy of your photograph to email@example.com. Be sure to include a copy of your jpeg file, and the completed entry form with necessary permissions. Alternatively, photographs and submission forms can be dropped off at the museum during operating hours.
- Make sure that your file is no less than 4MB so that we can print a good copy!
Files up to 10MB can be sent by email. Larger files may be burned onto a cd or dvd and dropped off in person at the Musée Heritage Museum or sent through Dropbox or WeTransfer.
Printed entry forms will also be accepted.
Cropping is acceptable, as are minor colour and exposure corrections. Any other changes to the original photograph not listed here will make the photograph ineligible.
Immediate family members of Arts and Heritage Foundation Staff are not eligible to enter the contest. At the completion of the contest and exhibit, the Musée Héritage Museum will dispose of electronic jpeg copies, cds, dvds and entry forms. Printed exhibit photos can be picked up for you to keep.
If you have any questions please call the Musée Héritage Museum at: 780-459-1528
High Energy 22
April 27 – May 26
Join us for the 22nd St. Albert high school student exhibition at AGSA. Talented young artists from Bellerose Composite, École Secondaire Paul Kane, St. Albert Catholic, École Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d’Youville and Outreach high schools showcase their artworks and present collaborative installation pieces inspired by maps of Canada. Learn more.
Opening Reception and ArtWalk: Thursday, May 4, from 6 – 9pm
St. Albert History Gallery
Opens April 1
In honour of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, The Musée Héritage Museum is pleased to present its brand new St. Albert History Gallery. Through new exhibits, explore a variety of stories from the earliest people to modern-day events. The new flexible layout means you can look forward to regular story rotations that cover a wider range of subjects!
In 2017, one theme will explore the 1967 celebration of Canada’s centennial. What was happening in St. Albert in 1967, and what projects were undertaken to mark the event?
Another section will examine our communication history—how did information travel in the past? And in our section on immigration, we’ll tell stories, old and new, about how people have become a part of St. Albert.
We hope you enjoy the new St. Albert History Gallery at the Museum!
View a full list of our 2017 exhibitions in our catalogue.