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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Gallery Tour: Shifting Shelter

Museum Painting Sculpture & installation Tour Visual arts
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Alberta University of the Arts (formerly Alberta College of Art + Design)

Calgary, AB

Directions: Transit: Take the train to AUArts/Jubilee station and follow directions for AUArts Driving: Park in Jubilee Parkade (pay parking) on top level to access main entrance Illingworth Kerr Gallery (IKG) is located in AUArts Main Mall.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Join the IKG for tours of our current exhibition, Shifting Shelter at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Tours will meet outside the IKG.

There are also campus tours taking place that will meet up with this group, if you are interested in a tour of the AUArts campus, please visit:

Shifting Shelter

Vessna Perunovich

Curated by Magda Gonzalez-Mora

Shifting Shelter establishes a thoughtful introduction to the politics of transcultural migrations in the oscillating global system, at a crossroads where displacement manifests itself as one of the predominant geopolitical characteristics of living generations. Perunovich teaches us how to confront a place in our lifetime where past, present and future have lapsed, understanding the phenomenon of migration as a continuous and dynamic line of destabilization, of rooting and uprooting, which manifest a need to link past with the current. Perunovich’s reflections on her own life and the human condition universally, attempt to counteract and resist the setbacks of the present and offer a key contribution to discourses related to cross-cultural migrations.

image credit: Vessna Perunovich, Shifting Shelter



Alberta University of the Arts (Illingworth Kerr Gallery)

The Illingworth Kerr Gallery

The Illingworth Kerr Gallery (IKG), as part of Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts), provides a platform for curated exhibitions and other forms of cultural research production, with a focus on contemporary visual culture. A vital part of AUArts’ Office of Research and Academic Affairs, it supports graduate and undergraduate learning, provides a rich mix of public programming, and participates in global dialogue by hosting local, regional and international artists working in a variety of disciplines.