Art Gallery

Located on the second floor of the Suncor Community Leisure Centre at MacDonald Island Park, The Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery is a no-fee art gallery that highlights the works of local artists and celebrates the arts. The space is designed to showcase art to the general public in an easy to access and high traffic environment. Each year the Gallery introduces new art exhibitions and highlights local art organizations’ groups of works. From youth showcases to individual exhibits, the gallery highlights a variety of mediums and the diversity of talent. As arts and culture are critical components of healthy, strong and vibrant communities; the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery provides exhibit space to promote local and regional artists as well as develop an appreciation for visual art within the community. 


Matriarch Rising - Divine Feminine Energy

October 9 – November 27, 2020

The Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery at MacDonald Island Park is pleased to welcome the exhibit Matriarch Rising - Divine Feminine Energy to the gallery this fall. This exhibition will showcase a collection of works created by female artists in the Wood Buffalo region. Made up of a combination of pre-existing pieces, and new projects created during quarantine, the collection is centered around the concept of divine feminine energy.

The Matriarch Rising - Divine Feminine Energy exhibition will be available for viewing from October 9 to November 27, 2020.


Artist Opportunities

If you are an artist and would like to exhibit or teach, or if you love art and would like to be involved as a volunteer please contact a member of our Arts & Culture Team. Additionally, if you would like to be kept up to date on upcoming exhibitions, arts and culture programs and other exciting developments in the Arts and Culture department please join our mailing list.

Volunteer Opportunities

Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering to be part of the many art-related exhibitions, events, and programs at MacDonald Island Park.