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The next time you're in downtown Regina, swing by the corner of 12th Avenue and Hamilton Street to see a textile exhibition from the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Permanent Collection.

Marc Courtemanche’s Trompe l'oeil is a chair crafted not out of wood or metal or even ceramic, but acrylic paint.

Visual artist Ashely Marshall draws upon her family's Hungarian heritage to express her culture in a unique way - through a combination of dance and ceramics.

Internationally renowned Saskatoon artist Douglas Bentham's sculpture, Autumn Song, was recently installed in Martensville outside of the Martensville Athletic Pavillion.

Camp fYrefly uses the arts to engage sexual minority and gender variant youth and provide opportunities to develop resilience and leadership skills.

Performing artists Johanna Bundon and Jayden Pfeifer are using their love of improv theatre to build resilience in a Regina inner-city neighbourhood.

Elder Ida Tremblay teaches people in northern communities about tanning animal hides, sewing and beadwork, with the help of an Indigenous Pathways Initiative grant.

The Vertigo Series in Regina weaves together music, literature and visual art to create a relaxed social space for artists to share their work.

Since its release in early 2015, Connie Gault's novel, A Beauty, has been receiving rave reviews.

David Garneau's stunning Idle No More! (quilt) was on display at Mata Gallery in Regina from April 22 to May 16. The piece was on loan from the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Permanent Collection.