Jarvis Hall and Shannon Norberg are proud to reveal the renaming of Jarvis Hall Gallery to Norberg Hall. As partners in business as well as in life, this name merger was a natural progression for the gallery’s identity and for their shared artistic vision. Ahead of this shift, the overarching principles of the gallery remain the same.
From the gallery’s inception in 2010, founded by Jarvis Hall, and continuing over the past decade alongside Norberg, they have re-envisioned the possibilities of what commercial contemporary art galleries can be for artists, collectors and the vibrant Canadian arts community they value. Their desire for a strong visual culture and passion for gender equity has played an integral part in the shaping of the Norberg Hall and its programming. Throughout the years, Norberg Hall has actively supported the practices of emerging, mid-career and established artists to foster a deeper understanding of their creative processes, while providing a platform and space to share these critical dialogs. Working alongside artists, curators, museums, institutions, corporate and private collectors, they have proudly helped place work in prominent collections and institutions across the country. Through active representation, ongoing exhibitions, international art fairs, studio tours, and community liaisons, Norberg Hall will continue to champion Canadian art in Alberta and beyond.