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October 2021

Stone Growth - art exhibition featuring local indigenous artists

Exhibition title: Stone Growth Exhibition dates: from Sept 19th to Oct 29th, 2021 featuring artwork by local artists: Ryan Jason Allen Willert Christiana Latham Sydney Schur Join us for our opening on First Friday, October 1st, 2021 5:30-8:00 p.m. Artist Talk with Ryan Jason Allen Willert 6:00 p.m. The City of Red Deer has adopted the Provincial Restrictions Exemption Program, and masks are required indoors. For more information please visit www.reddeer.ca/RecUpdate 5205 48th Ave (old Intermediate School building) use northeast entrance, gallery is upstairs. Red Deer AB, T4N 6X3 regular hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For arts and culture programming, please contact 403-406-8820 or culturemailbox@reddeer.ca.

  • Culture Services (old Intermediate School building), 5205 48 Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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October 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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October 2021

Stone Growth - art exhibition featuring local indigenous artists

Exhibition title: Stone Growth Exhibition dates: from Sept 19th to Oct 29th, 2021 featuring artwork by local artists: Ryan Jason Allen Willert Christiana Latham Sydney Schur Join us for our opening on First Friday, October 1st, 2021 5:30-8:00 p.m. Artist Talk with Ryan Jason Allen Willert 6:00 p.m. The City of Red Deer has adopted the Provincial Restrictions Exemption Program, and masks are required indoors. For more information please visit www.reddeer.ca/RecUpdate 5205 48th Ave (old Intermediate School building) use northeast entrance, gallery is upstairs. Red Deer AB, T4N 6X3 regular hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For arts and culture programming, please contact 403-406-8820 or culturemailbox@reddeer.ca.

  • Culture Services (old Intermediate School building), 5205 48 Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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October 2021

Stone Growth - art exhibition featuring local indigenous artists

Exhibition title: Stone Growth Exhibition dates: from Sept 19th to Oct 29th, 2021 featuring artwork by local artists: Ryan Jason Allen Willert Christiana Latham Sydney Schur Join us for our opening on First Friday, October 1st, 2021 5:30-8:00 p.m. Artist Talk with Ryan Jason Allen Willert 6:00 p.m. The City of Red Deer has adopted the Provincial Restrictions Exemption Program, and masks are required indoors. For more information please visit www.reddeer.ca/RecUpdate 5205 48th Ave (old Intermediate School building) use northeast entrance, gallery is upstairs. Red Deer AB, T4N 6X3 regular hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For arts and culture programming, please contact 403-406-8820 or culturemailbox@reddeer.ca.

  • Culture Services (old Intermediate School building), 5205 48 Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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October 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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October 2021

Stone Growth - art exhibition featuring local indigenous artists

Exhibition title: Stone Growth Exhibition dates: from Sept 19th to Oct 29th, 2021 featuring artwork by local artists: Ryan Jason Allen Willert Christiana Latham Sydney Schur Join us for our opening on First Friday, October 1st, 2021 5:30-8:00 p.m. Artist Talk with Ryan Jason Allen Willert 6:00 p.m. The City of Red Deer has adopted the Provincial Restrictions Exemption Program, and masks are required indoors. For more information please visit www.reddeer.ca/RecUpdate 5205 48th Ave (old Intermediate School building) use northeast entrance, gallery is upstairs. Red Deer AB, T4N 6X3 regular hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For arts and culture programming, please contact 403-406-8820 or culturemailbox@reddeer.ca.

  • Culture Services (old Intermediate School building), 5205 48 Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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October 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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October 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Theory of Restoration - Tanya Zuzack Collard- First Friday Art Show

Artribute Art School is excited to announce our next First Friday Pop Up Gallery. Please join us one the evening of Nov 5th for Theory of Restoration by Tanya Zuzak Collard @clarityartconsulting Exhibition is for one night only, and requires a proof of vaccination to attend. #artributeart #firstfriday #popupgallery #reddeer

  • Artribute Art School, 212, 4836 50 Street (The Old Courthouse)
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Just For You Christmas Craft Show and Market

Join us for the Just For You Christmas Craft Show and Market where we have an amazing line up of vendors!! all types of unique shopping and at every show we invite new vendors show no 2 shows are the same! Saturday November 20th, 2021 from 10 till 4 at the Baymont Inns and Suites Red Deer (former red deer lodge -4311 49th ave) FRRE ADMISSION --FREE GIFT CARD DRAWS --BASKET GIVEAWAYS - come and support these amazing local vendors!!

  • 4311 49 Av
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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November 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Christmas Holiday Craft Show and Market

Join us for the Christmas Holiday Craft Show and Market where we have an amazing line up of vendors!! all types of unique shopping and at every show we invite new vendors show no 2 shows are the same! Saturday December 11th, 2021 from 10 till 4 at the Baymont Inns and Suites Red Deer (former red deer lodge -4311 49th ave) FRRE ADMISSION --FREE GIFT CARD DRAWS --BASKET GIVEAWAYS - come and support these amazing local vendors!!

  • Baymont by Wyndham Red Deer, 4311 49 Av
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Exhibition: Cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke

in the Corridor Community Gallery: Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss cyanotypes by Chris Wutzke October 26 – December 23 Portraits in Nature; A Meditation on Process and Loss There has been a slow evolution in my artistic practice towards letting go of the need for perfection, and learning how to trust in the action of making rather than the outcome. This selection of cyanotypes (originally displayed at the Marjorie Wood Gallery in 2020) began as primarily an exercise in unburdening, and working towards feeling a sense of peace with the work and within it rather than needing control. Gradually through the process of developing the series though, I found my focus and motivations shifting as I started to come to terms with the recent loss of my maternal grandmother. Many of the images I was capturing in cyan were taken in the gardens at her home, so it's no wonder my reflections on my process took on new meaning. In the end the outcome of this exercise was twofold. Learn to let go of the things you can’t control and revel in the ecstatic experience of being present in the artistic process, and also the ecstatic experience of being human. About the Artist: Chris Wutzke was born and raised in small town Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. In 2012 she made the move to Red Deer after being accepted into the Visual Arts program at Red Deer College. Chris became addicted to Printmaking, Drawing, and Sculpture processes during her time at RDC, and couldn’t imagine that these newfound passions would lead to a career in the arts where she both teaches, and is able to help support other professional artists and Arts instructors. She graduated from the Visual Arts Program at RDC in 2014, with an additional year of independent study. Growing up, Chris could often be found with her family exploring in the Rocky Mountains, or as she likes to think of it, “the backyard”. She believes in the importance of a human connection and closeness to nature, a concept that has been a large influence in her recent projects working with the cyanotype photographic printing process and eco-printing. Visit the Corridor Community Gallery during Recreation Centre hours of operation : Monday- Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sundays & Holidays: 12 – 5 p.m.

  • Recreation Centre, 4501 47A Avenue
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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December 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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December 2021

Call to Artists and Arts Groups

Are you interested in showing your artwork in the Corridor Community Gallery? This space, adjacent to the City's clay studio spaces in the downtown Recreation Centre, provides a public venue for local artists and allows us to share in the talents of fellow community members. For more information or to suggest your work, please contact: The City of Red Deer Culture Services

  • Recreation Centre , 4501 - 47A Ave
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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December 2021

Senior Drop In Bowling

Join us every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10am for the Heritage Lanes Senior Drop In Bowling times. $8 includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, snacks, and a beverage!

  • Heritage Lanes, 6200 67a St #8
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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