Read SAA’s new series Arts Work, which promotes our members. Each article highlights an arts organization making a positive impact on its community.

Art Works – Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective

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At Regina’s Performing Arts Centre, Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective’s new shared gallery space shows work by First Nations artists in recognition of Canada’s 150th, a difficult anniversary for many Indigenous people. In the auditorium, an interdisciplinary panel speaks to the thorny question of cultural appropriation.

Art Works – New Dance Horizons’ Pelican Project

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New Dance Horizons’ Pelican Project will be travelling to Vancouver to create a procession with the theme of the great blue heron.

Art Works – Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative: Film Camp

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For March 2018 SAA features the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative’s Film Camp which will be held this year from July 9th to 13th in Regina.  Registration will officially open in April but the Filmpool staff will take names and answer questions regarding the camp all year long. Last summer Ken Wilson wrote the following piece for SAA on the Filmpool Film Camp.

Art Works – Chapel Gallery

In November 2017 SAA launched a monthly Art Works series highlighting an arts organization making a positive impact in its community. For February 2018, SAA features the Chapel Gallery of North Battleford. In addition to exhibitions, the gallery facilitates workshops and mentorship programs.

Art Works – Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra

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SAA Art Works - January 2018 Art Works - Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra By Dave Margoshes When it comes to highbrow arts, symphonic music is right up there at the top with opera and ballet. And in these Trumpian times, when the lowest…

Art Works – Art Gallery of Swift Current

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Beyond enhancing quality of life, and bringing economic benefits to the region, the Art Gallery of Swift Current helps local people learn to celebrate their way of life. At the 2017 Canada Day opening of the Art Gallery of Swift Current, Director and Curator Kim Houghtaling guided the crowd through the artists’ works - each a small slice of Canada 150.

Art Works – Rosthern Station Arts Centre

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In operation for more than twenty-five years, the centre delivers plays in the summer (thirty-five shows in the 160-seat theatre) plus music, arts exhibits and various other cultural programs year-round.