Inspirational stories about the Saskatchewan arts community.

SK Arts - Features

Artist Lesia Maruschak isn't afraid to delve into the darker aspects of the Ukrainian-Canadian experience.

The Feather is a satirical online news program, produced from an Indigenous point of view.

SK Arts recently purchased 31 pieces of Indigenous craft work for our Permanent Collection.

Valentyna Matyushenko is using dance to share her love of Ukrainian culture.

Embroidery has become a restorative practice for Lia Pas, who has had to switch from performing artist to fabric artist due to a serious, long-term illness. Her work has now been added to the SK Arts Permanent Collection.

Marjorie Beaucage has felt like a misfit because of the way she's lived her life. She's embraced her inner "freak" with her persona, "Your Holy Freakness".

Natasha Urkow didn't think that performing in theatre was still possible after a spinal cord injury. But she learned it needed to be her passion and career choice.

Internationally renowned artist Andrew Salgado's work has found its way home to the SK Arts Permanent Collection.

Through playwriting, Joanne Weber raises awareness about Saskatchewan's history of Deaf settlers.

Saskatoon singer/songwriter Yvonne St. Germaine shares her personal journey and helps others through gospel music.