Where Calgary: 3 ways to get your arts and culture dose in Calgary

“What’s new at Esker Foundation,” By Silvia Pikal.

» Where Calgary

Now hiring! Public Engagement – contract position

Deadline: August 8. Maternity leave position on a 13-month contract from October 1, 2018 – November 1, 2019.
Join a multi-talented, professional group and oversee all educational engagement at Esker Foundation.


» Public Engagement

ARTNET: 29 Museum Shows Worth Traveling for This Summer

Esker Foundation is one of 29 global ‘must-see’ museum exhibitions this summer.
Top Artnet picks by Sarah Cascone & Caroline Goldstein, July 10, 2018.

» Artnet news

The Calgary Journal: Inglewood’s Esker Foundation flips art museum model on its head

“I just feel like it’s become a landmark place in our city … I think it’s up to becoming this icon that people will come to when they visit Calgary.”

Written by Noel Harper, April 4, 2018.

» The Calgary Journal

Winter Exhibitions Brochure

Read and download a pdf of our Winter brochure that features exhibitions by Kapwani Kiwanga and DaveandJenn, along with information and listings of all Winter public programs.

» Winter Exhibitions Brochure

Crossing Borders: Postcommodity “A Very Long Line”

Michelle Lazo writes in Luma Quarterly on Postcommodity’s A Very Long Line.

» Luma Quarterly

Mary Anne Barkhouse: Animals in the Parlour

Jennifer David writes on the work of Mary Anne Barkhouse and the exhibition Le rêve aux loups.

» National Gallery of Canada

ART SEEN: Unique funding model allows Esker Foundation to focus on showing art

Vancouver based arts writer Kevin Griffin visits Calgary and the Esker Foundation.

» Vancouver Sun

Press Release: Fall Exhibitions Open

“Esker Foundation presents the first solo exhibition in Alberta and major survey of work by Kwakiutl Artist Mary Anne Barkhouse, and the Canadian Premiere of  A Very Long Line by arts collective Postcommodity”

» Press Release: Fall Exhibitions Open at Esker