Arts and Culture

Our City is filled with history, music, theatre, art, events and festivals that create a vibrant and exciting community.

Take a chance - explore the culture of Fort Saskatchewan.

Art Galleries

Alberta Lottery Fund Art Gallery

This gallery is located in the Dow Centennial Centre (8700 – 84 Street) and features monthly exhibits.

Exhibit Hours: Thursday and Friday 11:00am – 2:00pm and during performances at the Shell Theatre

For more information, please call 780-992-6400 or email us.

City Hall Art Nook

This gallery is located in the main floor of City Hall (10005 – 102 Street) showcasing the talents of Fort Saskatchewan artists.

City Hall Art Nook Hours



Monday – Thursday

8:00am – 9:00pm


8:00am – 6:00pm


10:00am – 5:00pm


1:00 – 5:00pm (except July and August)

For more information, please call 780-912-2168 or email us.

How to Exhibit

To exhibit at the Alberta Lottery Fund Art Gallery or City Hall Art Nook fill out the Art Exhibiting Program Application.

Art Programs and Classes

To see all of the art programs and classes the City offers, check out the Leisure Guide.

Art in Public Places

The Art in Public Places Program celebrates Fort Saskatchewan artists whose work will be a wonderful addition to the City's permanent collection.

To submit a piece of artwork, please consult the Art in Public Places Program Submission Procedures.

Art in Public Places Artists

2017 Adult: Linda Morrow – Summer Time

2016 Adult: Sandra Whiting - Dogwood Daze

2016 Student: Gwynne McMaster - The Old Barn

2015 Adult: Tammy Kindred - Roots

2015 Student: Miranda Mullen - Aged Dandelion

2014 Amanda Milke - Hallelujah

2013 Katherine Braid - Remembering the Blacksmith

2012 Kevin Bonk - Water We're Lookin' At

2011 Ray Truscott - A Migration Moment

2010 Eric Young - Fort Elementary School

2009 Dale MacMillan - Home Ice

2008 Dennis Coughlin - Old Home on an Alberta Lake

2007 Lois Hamilton - Dancing Sunflowers

2006 Ted Griffiths - Nature's Family

2005 Paul Braid – Cholowski's Barns on Highway 15

Public Art

Public Art encourages people to take pride in public spaces and it can transform a community into a more welcoming and beautiful environment.

Check out the Public Art on display around the City.

Shell Theatre

Located in the Sherritt Cultural Pavilion of the Dow Centennial Centre, the Shell Theatre has it all. We host amazing professional series shows, drama productions, music concerts, dance festivals and recitals. Our fully equipped venue seats over 500 people. Come and discover why Shell Theatre is one of Fort Saskatchewan's hidden gems.

Visit Shell Theatre