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  • PUBLISHED on February 03, 2016

Indigenous Artists Symposium: Activism & Education Through the Arts February 24 to 27, 2016 Regina, SK more info  Indig Artists Symposium & Storytellers Festival Poster & Program Speakers Include:  Christi Belcourt, Jackson 2 Bears, Judy Anderson, Joi Arcand, Jesse Archibald-Barber, Elaine Bomberry, Audrey Dreaver, Noel Habel, Braken Hanuse Corlett, Michalle Lavallee, Niki Little, Mary Longman, […]

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  • PUBLISHED on February 03, 2016

Artist Talk: Keeley Haftner “Artist-as-Curator” Gordon Snelgrove Gallery January 14, 2015 at 12pm Keeley Haftner is a Chicago-based Canadian artist whose works result from investigating value-driven material hierarchies. Through processes ranging from 3D printing waste to tumbling broken ceramics, Haftner seeks to invoke a complicated object-lust in the viewer by way of the loaded symbolic […]

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  • PUBLISHED on February 03, 2016

image credit:  Cory Schewaga, Hurricane Rick, 2015. Art Draw: Friday, December 18, 8pm On view: December 12 to December 18 Tickets only $25 and can be purchased in multiples, each ticket includes entrance into the draw, appetizers, mulled wine and music. Purchase through Picatic or in the office.  Images of works will be made available […]

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  • PUBLISHED on February 03, 2016

November 28, 1pm Performance and Tour Throughout the month of November, Saskatoon-based artists Gerry Potié and Zoey Pricelys Roy developed their own projects in dialogue with Geronimo Inutiq’s ARCTICNOISE. As a visual artist and educator, Potié is interested in traditions, how they are shared and passed down, and how in turn this can be communicated […]

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  • PUBLISHED on October 29, 2015

Acknowledging the communal nature of both the theatre and humanity, Embrace Theatre seeks to embrace all theatrical forms and all audiences and to invite communal discovery and joyful growth. November 3 to November 15, 2015 1pm Matinees Nov 3, 4, 9 & 10 8pm Evenings Nov 4-7, 12-15 Macbeth The play whose very name we […]

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  • PUBLISHED on September 22, 2015

Friday, September 25 at 12pm Gordon Snelgrove Gallery Join Derek Liddington at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery as he speaks about his practice in conjunction with his solo exhibition “It wasn’t until we closed our eyes that we could finally see what was there all along”, group billboard project “Local History Room” with Eleni Papadimitriou & […]

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  • PUBLISHED on September 22, 2015

A young man takes a job he’s not ready for in a place he’s never heard of. A town being overgrown by forest keeps its school in a cage. A wild dog is hungry and has figured out how to get through the fence. A fish-out-of-water story about a 23-year-old principal and a wild bear-dog […]

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  • PUBLISHED on September 22, 2015

REGINA, SASKATOON & PRINCE ALBERT Grant Writing for Visual Artists Regina – Sat. Sept 12th – Art Gallery of Regina – 1pm Saskatoon – Thur. Sept 24th – AKA artist run – 7pm Prince Albert – Fri. Sept 25th – The Mann Art Gallery – 3pm Artists need effective writing and editing skills as well […]

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  • PUBLISHED on August 17, 2015

pictured:  Edward Poitras, Don’t Speak, 2015.  Collaborative project organized by Tribe Inc., AKA and PAVED Arts.   AKA artist-run Annual General Meeting Notice of Assembly Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 10 am At AKA artist-run 424 20th St. West, Saskatoon info@akaartistrun.com T: 306-652-0044 Agenda 1. Approval of Agenda 2. Approval of 2014 AGM minutes 3. […]

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  • PUBLISHED on January 16, 2015

Win your way into Tanya Tagaq with Nanook of the North Live at the Broadway Theatre February 23 2015 Broadway Theatre AKA artist-run  in collaboration with the Sounds Like Audio Art Festival is proud to support and promote this special new media presentation and performance by the Polaris Prize winning Inuk singer Tanya Tagaq.  To […]

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