It’s not uncommon for comic creators to dream about seeing their work on the screen, whether large or small. For local writer Kurtis Wiebe this dream is about to become a reality. On Oct. 11, BBC Worldwide Productions and Quality Transmedia announced that they would be producing a motion comic based on his historical fiction
Bright colours, mesmerizing patterns and fantastical shapes adorn the walls of HeatRun Gallery in Saskatoon's Hot Yoga on 20th.
The lights are dim in the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery this week for Shanell Papp's graduating MFA show, Loners, aimed at the awkward ones.
Lindsay Royale's graduating BFA exhibition grew out of a new understanding of her Saskatoon community after she embarked on a study abroad program to England last winter. Upon her return, Royale rekindled an artistic interest in the private and public lives of Saskatonians.
Up until recently, the city wanted to renovate the Mendel but that changed earlier this year when plans were unveiled for the AGS. Supporters of the Mendel are furious with the decision, which took place without public consultation. Even members of the Mendel family did not find out about the change before seeing it on