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SK Arts - Features

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.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has loaned Michael Hosaluk's Stonehouse Bench to the City of Saskatoon for display and use in the new Saskatoon Police Headquarters.

kimiwan zine is a hand-made, independent publication that promotes Indigenous artists and explores themes of identity and cultural resurgence.

The Etchen family has made a generous donation of a collection of Anthony Thorn's artwork to the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Permanent Collection.

The Arts Board is pleased, once again, to bring artwork from its Permanent Collection to downtown Regina. The winter exhibition features landscapes by prominent Saskatchewan artists.

Most professional classical and world music concerts take place in larger cities. Prairie Debut aims to remove barriers so rural and urban audiences can experience exceptional music close to home.

Regina Work Preparation Centre collaborated with Artist Crystal Howie to integrate the visual arts into programs that help job-seekers.

Bronwyn Schuster used her Premier's Centennial Arts Scholarship to attend the Atelier Stockholm fine arts school in Sweden.

Grade 3 students at W.S. Hawrylak School in Regina created a graphic novel to share what they learned about how a city park is made. The project was supported with funding from the ArtsSmarts program.

Sculptor Sarah McKen is contributing to the thriving tourism industry at Little Manitou Lake by offering experiential tours of her art studio and private foundry.