In response to the COVID-19 situation in Alberta, Esker Foundation is participating in the Government of Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program for visitors, volunteers, and staff. As of Wednesday 22 September, visitors aged 12 and over will be required to provide proof of vaccination to enter Esker Foundation. Visitors aged 18 and over will be asked to provide ID to match their vaccine documentation.
- Proof of vaccination. Full vaccination includes two doses of any of the Health Canada approved vaccines.
- Single dose accepted between September 20 and October 25 if received two weeks before time of service
- Double doses required after October 25.
- Documentation of a medical exemption.
- Proof of a privately paid negative PCR or rapid test within 72 hours of service (tests from AHS or Alberta Precision Laboratories not accepted).
Forms of documentation accepted:
- Photo or scanned copy of your paper record from your pharmacy or doctor.
- Screenshot of Alberta MyHealth Records from the website.
- Printed copy of the record.
- Children under 12 years.
- Those with proof of medical exemption.
Esker Foundation continues to adhere to all Government of Alberta guidelines to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors.
- Masks are required.
Please do not visit Esker if you are feeling unwell.
Get your vaccine record here.
Complimentary parking is available in the Atlantic Avenue Art Block south surface and underground parking lots and can be accessed at the rear of the building.
We encourage you to take pictures for personal use. Please post, share, and tag #eskerfoundation As you take photographs in the gallery, please keep the safety of the artwork in mind, and be respectful of other visitors. Signs indicate the works that cannot be photographed due to copyright or lender restrictions. Please do not use flash, tripods, extension poles (selfie stick), gimbals, or similar accessories. Professional photography or professional video shoots are not permitted.
Free public wifi is available during your visit. Connect to ‘eskerpublic’ then select on your browser.
Esker Foundation is accessible via elevator access up to the fourth floor, which is available from the main floor and on all levels of the building. A swing door with an automatic door control into the gallery is situated adjacent to the gallery’s revolving door. A wheelchair-accessible public washroom is available on the fourth floor. There are accessible parking spaces in the surface parking lot at the rear of the building.
We all benefit from deeper, relational considerations of accessibility. If you have any questions or requests regarding access to the gallery or programs, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 403-930-2490 or by email at [email protected].
Free Group Tours
Group and school tours are currently not available.
Fourth floor, 1011 – 9th Avenue S.E.
Inglewood, Calgary, AB
T2G 0H7 Canada
About Our Location
Esker Foundation is located on the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikuni, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina, and the Iyarhe Nakoda First Nations. The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III. Esker Foundation extends sincere appreciation for the opportunity to live and learn on this territory in respect and gratitude.
To plan your trip to Esker Foundation and for more information on routes, schedules, fares, and maps, please visit the Calgary Transit website at www.calgarytransit.com or phone (403) 262-1000.
Inglewood can be reached via many Calgary Transit bus routes. Routes 1, 75, 302, 307 MAX, and 411 all run along 9 Avenue SE with stops all near to Esker Foundation.
From the CTrain
The closest CTrain stop to Esker Foundation is City Hall station. From the station you can walk south two blocks to 9 Avenue SE to catch a Calgary Transit bus into Inglewood.