DECEMBER 8TH, 2018 DOORS @ 2 ART @ 2-8 MUSIC @5 Featuring Denny Vaughn Braun, The Co-Kaynes, Volkskrieg, Dangerous Goods, AND SPECIAL GUESTS!
JAN 20, 2018 – FEB 16, 2018 Celebrate our gallery's tenth anniversary at the opening reception of “Hambidge Suite”, a new exhibition of pictures and sculptures by Edmonton artist Ryan McCourt, opening Saturday, February 3rd, from 2-5 pm, at Common Sense: 10546 - 115 street, Edmonton. Admission is free, and the artist will be in attendance. “Hambidge Suite” presents new photographs … Continue reading Ryan McCourt: Hambidge Suite
MAY 27, 2017 - JUN 23, 2017 Common Sense is pleased to present a new exhibition of recent drawings and paintings by Edmonton artist Nola Cassady McCourt. Nola received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction from the University of Alberta in 1997. Since then she has been painting and drawing in her studio and exhibiting her work … Continue reading Nola Cassady McCourt: Big Sky Alberta
APR 18, 2017 - MAY 2, 2017 Common Sense is pleased to present "New Works", an exhibition of recent art by current University of Alberta sculpture instructor Andrew Hellmund. This exhibition will be on view from April 18 - May 2, by appointment or by chance. "This exhibition highlights many of the differing kinds of … Continue reading Andrew Hellmund: New Works
MAR 2, 2017 - MAR 23, 2017 Common Sense celebrates its ninth anniversary in Edmonton with the opening of Metals/Myth: Sculptures by Ryan McCourt on Thursday, March 2, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, at 10546 - 115 street, Edmonton. The exhibition and reception are free to the public, and the artist will be in attendance. … Continue reading Ryan McCourt: Metals/Myth
JUL 28, 2016 Mark Bellows + Andrew French + Ryan McCourt + Stephen Pardy + Rob Willms Common Sense Gallery is opening up the workshop for SCULPTURE ALLEY on Thursday July 28th from 7pm 'til midnight. BBQ from the Local Omnivore and BEER from Brewsters. ART by Mark Bellows, Andrew French, Ryan McCourt, Stephen Pardy … Continue reading NESW: Sculpture Alley
JUN 27, 2014 - JUL 27, 2014 “A man who advocates aesthetic effort and deprecates social effort is not likely to be understood by a class to which social effort has become a stale matter” -Thomas Hardy, "Return of the Native"