TREX: Farming in the Dust Bowl
Featuring Grande Prairie artist Carol Bromley Meeres, the 19 artworks in Farming in the Dust Bowl explore the histories of the dust bowl in the Canadian prairies. In the 1930s, an intense period of drought swept across the Great Plains of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and parts of the United States. This helped to set the stage for the historical crisis known as the dust bowl—named for the clouds of dust that were so massive they turned the sky black for days, wiped out crops and livestock, swept through homes, and deeply changed the lives of many.
Annual Indigenous Art Show
Showcasing works by local indigenous artists.