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Arts & Culture
Caelin Art Gallery
4728 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin
Phone: 780.352.3519 | Caelin Art Gallery website
The gallery showcases the photogenic art of Leon Strembitsky and the murals, water colours, oils, and music of Colleen McGinnis.
Dalcon Visual Arts
4914 50 Street, Wetaskiwin
Phone: 780.352.6092 | Dalcon Visual Arts website
This is where you will find art of all types featuring local talent. We also offer old photograph cleanup and repair (scanned/digital images only), large format printing on paper and canvas, photo studio rental, framing, matting, and event posters.
Manluk Theatre for the Performing Arts
5002 53 Avenue, Wetaskiwin
Phone: 780.352.8383 | Manluk Theatre website
From open mic nights, to musicals and comedy plays, the Manluk Theatre and the Water Works Players will be sure to entertain you!
Wetaskiwin Allied Arts & Crafts Centre
4520 48 Avenue, Wetaskiwin
Phone: 780.352.6048 | Wetaskiwin Allied Arts and Crafts Centre website
The Wetaskiwin Allied Arts and Crafts Centre (WAACC) offers art and craft-related classes, workshops, and presentations to the residents of Wetaskiwin and area throughout the year.
Wetaskiwin District Heritage Museum Centre & Star Store
5007 50 Avenue
Phone: 780.352.0227 | Heritage Museum website
Located in historic downtown Wetaskiwin, the Heritage Museum offers three floors of exhibits which preserve the local history and features exhibits from First Nations' history to a glimpse into the lift on a Hutterite colony.
Wild West Gallery
3725 56 Street (Wetaskiwin Mall)
Phone: 780.352.3520 | Wild West Gallery website
Find one-of-a-kind First Nations crafts, pendleton blankets, vintage bead work, jewelry, carvings, etc. Wild West Gallery is a great place to go to learn about First Nations culture and crafting.