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  • PUBLISHED on July 23, 2018

AKA AGM September 18, 2018 at 7:30pm AKA artist-run Please join us for our upcoming AGM where, in addition to our normative agenda, the AKA board and staff will be launching a Strategic Planning Survey for AKA stakeholders, members and supporters. As part of the strategic planning consultation and research the AKA board and staff […]

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  • PUBLISHED on July 13, 2018

ZoĂ« Schneider, Gallstones (detail), plaster, foam, tempera, macramĂ© rope, dimensions variable, 2018. Soft Shell ZoĂ« Schneider  August 21 to 31, 2018 Opening: August 24, 7pm Soft Shell is a culmination of two years exploring themes related to fatness. Sculpture and installation probe the effects of diet culture, the pathologization of bodily diversity, and how inherited values of food […]

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  • PUBLISHED on June 29, 2018

  ‘I was uncategorical, and so, defiant’ Organized by Lucas Regazzi August 7-19, 2018 Please join us for the opening reception August 9, 2018 from 7-9pm. __ In 1993, the University of Saskatchewan removed an artwork by MFA candidate Christopher Lefler from a group show titled Staging Identities at the Gordon Snelgrove gallery. Lefler’s installation […]

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  • PUBLISHED on May 30, 2018

Image: Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch, Onaman Collective, Reconciliation with the Land and Waters, 2016. Acrylic on buffalo robe. Buffalo robe gifted to Onaman Collective by Grand Chief Derek Nepinak.  Photo: Dennis Ha. Courtesy of the artists.   Indigenous Food Sovereignty: meal and discussion with Dr. Priscilla Settee Meal by Chef Jenni Schrenk In conjunction with […]

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  • PUBLISHED on May 11, 2018

Peter Morin, a song to activate glacier, 2015, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Image credit: Kevin Bertram) CARFAC 2017 Mentor-in-Residence:  Peter Morin Public Artist Talk May 29, 2018 7pm Peter Morin is a Tahltan Nation artist, curator, and educator. In his artistic practice and curatorial work, Morin’s research investigates the impacts that occur between indigenous cultural-based […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 11, 2018

Saturday, April 14, 1pm In Conversation with Silent Citizen   Olga Leonova, Danahe Karina Palacios, Manuela Valle-Castro Join Olga Leonova, Danahe Palacios, and Manuela Valle-Castro as they share their personal experiences of immigrating to Canada. This event is held in conjunction with AKA’s current exhibition Silent Citizen, a participatory sound and video installation that addresses Immigration […]

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  • PUBLISHED on March 22, 2018

Tuesday, March 27 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Aka artist run centre and PAVED Arts, 424 20th Street West, Saskatoon, Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the MĂ©tis Calling all artists working in the Saskatoon area: you’re invited to attend an information session on the Canada Council for the Arts’ Explore and Create […]

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  • PUBLISHED on February 06, 2018

Spring Break-Up Saturday February 24, 2018 7pm Drift Sidewalk CafĂ© and Vista Lounge Join us for an anti-valentines night of music, drinks, and post break-up festivities! Doors at 7pm! $5 cover! (Tickets can be purchased in advance at AKA.) Performances by: Waitress https://waitress1.bandcamp.com/ respectfulchild https://respectfulchild.com/ Troy Grohsdahl DJ set Janice Weber DJ set $5 Black Bridge Tall […]

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  • PUBLISHED on January 26, 2018

Creative Activism for Artists Workshop February 2, 2018 1 to 5 pm AKA, 424 20th Street West Presented by the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance and Common Weal Community Arts Creative Activism for Artists is an outstanding opportunity for artists and arts professionals to learn more about what advocacy is and how to apply it in work […]

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  • PUBLISHED on January 09, 2018

  Locals Only Preserve Library:  Tea & Bannock January 27, 2018 1 to 3pm AKA, 424 20th Street West Join AKA, CHEP Good Food Inc. and Holly Schmidt and Alana Bartol, Locals Only January artists-in-residence, for a come-and-go tea to launch the Preserve Library. Throughout the year, the Preserve Library will collect preserved foods, from […]

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