In a city like Saskatoon that has such a blooming creative community, it’s often difficult for up-and-coming artists to make a name for themselves. However, local artist Jenna Mann is looking to change that with her new creation.
At Saskatoon’s premiere of the world-wide art festival Nuit Blanche — which took place on Sept. 27 along 20th Street — art came out when the sun went down.
Four new Canadian exhibitions were welcomed to the Saskatoon Mendel Art Gallery during the opening reception on June 27.
It may not be the most obvious place for a fine art exhibit, but the eighth floor of Saskatoon’s Delta Bessborough hides a gallery impressive in both its small size and large scope.
The Wearable Art Exhibition at the Saskatchewan Craft Council’s Affinity Gallery presents extraordinary works of art.
Sentiment is a Saskatoon-based organization founded by Michael Robinson and partner Devon Plett in 2010. Through hosting events and the selling of Sentiment’s product – mostly clothing – they are able to fund their initiatives in the city.
There is no better way to forget about the cold of winter than by getting dressed up and heading out for an evening of drinks, food and artistic appreciation with We The Artists’ fine arts showcase.
Pieces of a public art installation stolen from the University of Saskatchewan campus sometime on Nov. 13 or 14, 2013 were located in Lot 7 on the east side of Campus Drive on Dec. 11 by U of S Protective Services.
PAVED Art Gallery’s Core series returns for its third run, combining visuals and live music in a strikingly intimate setting on Nov. 29 and 30.
For its 16th winter the Visual Arts Student Union is putting on their silent auction featuring student art, Silence!