The McMullen Art Gallery is operated by the Friends of University Hospitals as part of the Arts in Healthcare program. Open since 1986, this public gallery is a haven to which anyone may retreat and relax, reflect, share a quiet visit, or view the latest display of fine visual art and crafts by individual artists, collectives, associations, and organizations. The gallery provides exhibits aimed at inspiring, educating, and engaging our audience.
The McMullen Gallery is currently featuring What’s Before and Behind – paintings from Edmonton artist Patrick Higgins. This exhibit showcases traditional portrait work as well as pieces that work with layering and abstraction to invoke a new story or sense of memory.
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 23 7-9pm.
The McMullen Art Gallery hosts six unique shows per year, showcasing the talents of western canadian artists.
Drop-In Studios featuring local artists are free of charge and open to patients and hospital visitors.
Many of the art pieces on display during a show are available for sale through direct contact with the artist(s).
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12 noon to 5:00 pm
Stat Holidays: Closed
Evening and weekend hours are subject to volunteer availability.
Admission is free.
Drop-In Studios are held every Thursday in the gallery from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. These workshops are free and open to patients and visitors. All supplies are provided. No experience is necessary.
From October 30 – December 4, come learn basics of drawing a portrait from a photograph with Patrick Higgins, and then put your own spin on it with materials of your choice.
Call for Exhibition Submissions for the 2015-16 Season is now closed.