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Milestones: Corey Hart

Location: Level 5, Milestones Gallery

Dates: Ran from March 22, 2019 until October 2019.

In partnership with the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), this exhibition showcased the 2019 Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee Corey Hart.

40 Years of Forward Thinking

Location: Level 5, National Bank Special Exhibition Gallery

Dates: Ran from February 1 to March 4, 2019

This exhibition celebrated the Calgary Folk Music Festival’s storied history and 40th anniversary through a photographer’s eyes.

Showcase: Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame 2018 Inductees

Location: Level 5, Showcase

Dates: Ran from September 28, 2018 to August 2019

This exhibition honoured two Alberta trailblazers and 2018 Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductees, country icon Terri Clark and broadcaster Jackie Rae Greening.

The Paul Brandt Legacy Collection: YYC to BNA, Special Ex

Location: Level 5, National Bank Special Exhibition Gallery

Dates: Ran from June 15, 2018 until December 31, 2018

In partnership with Mount Royal University, this exhibition honoured Canadian country music icon Paul Brandt and introduced a curated selection of items from the Paul Brandt Legacy Collection. Brandt loaned the archive of his career to Mount Royal University as part of his tenure as Storyteller in Residence.

Milestones: Barenaked Ladies

Location: Level 5, Milestones

Dates: Ran from May 17, 2018 until February 25, 2019

As one of Canada’s most acclaimed international music exports of the past 30 years, the Barenaked Ladies carved out a legacy with their irreverent sense of humour and blend of pop, folk, alt-rock, and sometimes rap.

Showcase: Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees 2017

Location: Level 5, Showcase

Dates: Ran from Nov 22, 2017 to September 30, 2018

In partnership with the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, this exhibition celebrated the 2017 inductees into the Hall of Fame, including Bruce Cockburn, Beau Dommage, Stéphane Venne and Neil Young.

Big, Big Love: k.d. lang

Location: Level 5, National Bank Special Exhibition Gallery

Dates: Ran from July 11, 2017 to May 17, 2018

The exhibition, called Big, Big Love: k.d. lang on Stage, was in the National Bank Private Banking 1859 Special Exhibitions Gallery on Level 5 of Studio Bell, and trace the versatile performer’s evolution as one of Canada’s most-loved artists.

Festival Alberta

Location: Drop-in Zone

Dates: Ran from October 19, 2017 until September 30, 2018

The 2017 ATB Storytellers Exhibition, entitled Festival Alberta, featured a wide array of posters, festival memorabilia and photos, along with video interviews and concert footage from some of the province’s most long-standing and influential festivals, including the Calgary Folk Music Festival, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Sled Island, Big Valley Jamboree, Jazz at the Lake Festival, and many others.

Milestones: Sarah McLachlan

Location: Level 5, Milestones Gallery

Dates: Ran from March 29, 2017 to March 2018

In partnership with the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), this exhibition honoured Sarah McLachlan, the 2017 inductee into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. This exhibition featured a wide selection of awards and artifacts from McLachlan, including her CP-80M electric grand piano, used during her Lilith fair performances.

ATB Storytellers

Location: Drop-in Zone

Dates: Ran from October 6, 2016 until January 8, 2017

The very first ATB Storytellers Exhibition, sponsored by ATB Financial, showcased Alberta’s rich musical history through a collection of artifacts and recorded oral history interviews with iconic Albertans such as Jann Arden, Tommy Banks and Holger Peterson.

Showcase: Tom Cochrane

Location: Level 5, Showcase

Dates: Ran from October 28, 2016 until October 22, 2017

Showcase: This exhibition honoured the iconic Canadian musician Tom Cochrane and featured a selection of awards and artifacts from the singer-songwriter, including the 1963 Gretsch guitar seen in the music video for “Big League”. This exhibition also featured content from the EMI Music Canada Archive.