For over 30 years, the Dalhousie Art Gallery has been publishing books and catalogues, documenting exhibitions and contributing to the critical discourse.

This exhibition was the second in a continuing series of sculpture exhibitions in which the artist is invited to produce new work specifically for and dictated by the space defined within the Dalhousie Art Gallery. The first was Louis Stokes'"Alchemy Spirals" installation last winter.

Guest curator Hans-Gunther Schwartz, a professor in the German Department, organized this exhibition of Persian carpets (from Caucasus between the Caspian and Black Sea, from Turkoman tribes of central Asia and from India, Pakistan and Turkey) to explore the history, techniques and varieties of carpet-making in the East.  The carpets were on loan from private collectors in Halifax, Dartmouth and Montreal, and from institutes in Montreal and Toronto.

The first artist-curated exhibition of drawings was organized and selected by Michael Snow and explores his interpretation of the drawing medium and its use by contemporary artists.