Michale Lang is a maverick curator. She has a deep understanding of western Canadian history and art that enables her to work with teams to create beautiful and insightful exhibits. She provides a cultural context for the art she curates and selects only the most relevant and beautiful objects for cultural history exhibits. Michale will tackle projects from small to large, historic to contemporary as a writer, curator or project manager.

Michale Lang has selected artifacts and artworks for, written text for and/or project managed the following exhibitions:

For the Calgary, Banff Canmore Exposure Photography Festival, 2013:
• In Visible Borders (Juniper Hotel, Banff, AB, temporary exhibition for )

For the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, AB, 2007 – 2012:
Gateway to the Rockies (permanent cultural history exhibition opened May 12, 2012) includes a companion book that will be released in May, 2014
Yellowstone to Yukon: The Journey of Wildlife and Art (travelling exhibition opened at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, came to Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies June 16 – November 15, 2012), co-authored exhibition catalogue
Kathleen Daly and the Canmore Coal Mines, 2011
Women of Fibre: Mary Garnham Andrews and Articulation, 2011 – 2012
Norman Yates: The Space Between, 2011
Adventurous Women in the Rockies, 2011
Nicholas Morant, 2011
Spirit of the Land and People, 2010
Let it Snow featuring Pierre Lemire, 2010 to 2011
Grizzly!, 2010
Robert Sinclair: Dust of Days, 2010
High Fashion in the Rockies, 2009
Whyte Winter Wonderland featuring Mountains in Winter by Takao Tanabe, 2009 – 2010
A Way of Life, A Legacy to Protect: 100 Years of the Warden Service, 2009
Group of Seven to Takao Tanabe… Inspiring Landscape, 2008

Michale was project manager for:
Mavericks: An Incorrigible History of Alberta, Glenbow Museum’s 24,000 square foot permanent cultural history gallery that opened in 2007, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB

Michale also assesses and manages art and cultural history collections.