Coin Craft: A look into the Nickle’s founding collection, featuring UCalgary alumna Marina Fischer, BA’02, MA’08.

September 24, 2020

University of Calgary Alumni

University of Calgary Alumni Association

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How Katie Ohe Set Alberta Sculpture in Motion – UCalgary Alumni

April 17, 2020

If the video and these photos from the Esker feel weirdly familiar but not, it’s likely because you’ve seen several of the 100+ pieces that were, until very recently, on display but are now locked away.

Photo by Elyse Bouvier

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“Portals to the Past”: Numismatics at Nickle Galleries – Ostraka/ Durham University

March 27, 2020

Interview with Marina Fischer, Collection Specialist, Numismatics, Nickle Galleries

Francesca Chaplin

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New exhibition at Nickle Galleries explores boundaries in art – UCalgary News

February 10, 2020

Everywhere We Are is an ambitious exhibition and public program series addressing many of the challenges, advantages and impact of art collecting. Drawing upon one of Canada’s most significant contemporary art collections, the exhibition is organized and presented as a collaboration and a two-part project co-organized by Nickle Galleries (winter 2020) and Contemporary Calgary (fall 2020).

Marina Fischer, Libraries and Cultural Resources

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CBC Calgary News at 11 October 10, 2019

October 15, 2019

Paul Seesequasis. Turning the Lens: Indigenous Archive Project (Coverage starts at 28:03).


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Archive photo exhibit captures Indigenous strength, connections in difficult times – CBC News

October 14, 2019

A new Nickle Galleries exhibit, Turning the Lens: Indigenous Archive Project, is a sampling of the work of Rosemary Gilliat Eaton and Arnold Lupson. The writer, journalist and cultural activist who pulled them all together says he walked away with a deeper understanding as well.

David Bell

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Exhibition on Indigenous Archival Project on display at Nickle Galleries – UCalgary News

October 7, 2019

Turning the Lens: Indigenous Archive Project is the third exhibition in the fall series at Nickle Galleries, opened on Oct. 3. The exhibition’s goals are manifold — this is a photography and history exhibition, a naming project, a social media campaign and an opportunity to contemplate the role and importance of galleries, museums and archives across Canada.

Marina Fischer, Libraries and Cultural Resources

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Chris Cran empties his vault — mostly — for new career-spanning exhibition at Nickle Galleries

October 2, 2019

After working as an artist for nearly 50 years, your storage gets pretty tight.


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Nickle Galleries celebrates the work of Calgary artist Mark Mullin

September 27, 2019

New exhibition explores the question of art as an essential means of communication

Mark Mullin

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Nickle Galleries launches fall season with Calgary’s celebrated artist Chris Cran

September 23, 2019

Exhibition focuses on a new way of visual storytelling of artist’s work

Red Man/Black Cartoon, 1990, from Stripe Paintings, oil and enamel on plywood. Collection of the artist

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