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Partnership Collection

In addition to our permanent art displays, EIA also features rotational art exhibits, which are typically displayed for a period of between 6 and 12 months. These displays are brought to you in partnership with various arts organizations in Edmonton and highlight the work of local artists and collectives as well as civic history.

Painting was introduced as a simple method of enriching Lucy’s life. Each piece is very different, but they all show similar lines, circles and dabs. Lucy definitely has her own style!
The display represents Alberta Ballet's wide performance repertoire, ranging from classical to contemporary, and shows the versatility and relevance of the company, its artists and the art form.
Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame pays tribute to the people who pioneered and advanced aviation in Canada.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra made its Carnegie Hall debut on May 8, 2012 as part of the Spring for Music festival. Over 1000 Edmontonians showed their hometown pride by joining this “small but mighty” orchestra for the concert in New York City.
"I was carving free form, and I really wanted to explore a carving with height," says Jason. "I was working on a stone and, all of a sudden, I stood back and there was a rabbit ear..."
The Citadel Theatre display includes a costume piece from the 2002 production of Servant of Two Masters, adapted by Tom Wood and directed by Bob Baker.
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) is one of Canada's most famous infantry regiments.
A celebration of visual learning and writing is being exhibited at EIA.
Among the first acts of the newly formed Legislative Assembly was naming a capital city and building a Legislature in which the Assembly would carry out its business.
Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) is a diversified group of creative artists dedicated to the highest standards in professional imaging.
Edmonton Opera is dedicated to producing great performances that bring the powerful emotions of opera to the community. The company’s purpose and vision is to present opera that moves and inspires its audience, supporters and community partners.
Keith designed these glass umbrellas to appeal to the viewer’s sense of adventure and fantasy, waking the child in all of us. With their elegantly curled handles and gracefully balanced tips, these are parasols fit for any Cinderella.
Jim has two main objectives when carving; he wants the sculpture to be pleasing to the eye and conveys a sense of warmth.
Canadian Pride is a large scale work of art created with ball point pens on cotton paper by local artist Ted Flower. It hung in our airport until July, 2017 as the first stop on a tour across Canada in support of Canada's 150th birthday.
Leigh Wright, Founder and Co-Producer of the Vignettes Design Series, designed this piece to honour the repopulation of Alberta’s bison.