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  • PUBLISHED on April 25, 2013

Tribe is seeking an Executive Director. Information on the mandate and history of this dynamic organization can be found here. The Executive Director provides leadership across all aspects of the organization – in governance, administration, artistic programming, marketing, outreach and community relations. Within the organization the Executive Director works closely with the Board of Directors […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 19, 2013

A number of opportunities have come to aka’s attention, via CARFAC, and I’m posting them here with links. CARFAC is doing a call for the Mentor in Residence program, as well as the CARFAC Sask Mentorship program. The former will feature Cliff Eyland, a Winnipeg based artist, writer and curator. The Department of Visual Arts […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 11, 2013

    AKA Gallery and Make Work Projects have partnered to present a new Studio Visit and Lecture Series with Lucas Soi. Lucas Soi is the Director/Curator of Soi Fischer, which produces contemporary art projects in Toronto and Vancouver.   LECTURE Friday, May 24 at 7pm at AKA Gallery AUTHORLESS In 1934 Walt Disney started […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 05, 2013

A panel discussion, Dreaming Painting, with Mélanie Rocan, Janet Werner, Allyson Glenn and Tammy Salzl, moderated by Mendel Associate Curator Sandra Fraser will take place on April 13th, 2013. This will take place at the Mendel Art Gallery, and you can check out the lovely poster below for all the information you need.

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  • PUBLISHED on April 02, 2013

Chances are you know Troy Gronsdahl in one of his various incarnations. You may have seen him perform under his moniker soso, an internationally touring rap artist who has graced the stages of Saskatoon’s Mosofest, Les Transmusicale de Rennes, France, as well as multiple venues in Europe and Japan. Perhaps you’ve browsed the websites of […]

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