When you say you want to pursue art in Saskatchewan, many people will push you down or try to convince you to pursue something else, something more viable. But, that hasn’t stopped artists from this province from pursuing their crafts with fervour and reaching amazing heights.
SILENCE! is an annual art show and silent auction hosted by the Visual Arts Students’ Union (VASU). The show gives VASU members a chance to display and sell their artwork to the public.
Looking to save yourself from the digital doom-scroll? Try flipping through the pages of a book.
Get in the Halloween spirit early with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra as they provide live music for a classic silent horror film
Your introduction to the works of Laura St. Pierre, Andréanne Godin and Anna Plesset.
In the mid 2000s, music genres like emo, pop-punk, nu metal and post-hardcore were embraced in the mainstream music scene and experiencing their heyday. Bands like Pierce the Veil, Three Days Grace, My Chemical Romance and Green Day made music that was heavily rock-inspired, melancholic, and —most importantly— angsty.
An AI-generated artwork won first place in a fine arts competition and sparked divided discussions about what defines art.
Need a breather from your busy schedule? Take some time to unwind at Saskatoon’s first cat café.