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  • PUBLISHED on June 15, 2017

Water, permanent ink, water-soluble ink and pastel on Stonehenge Paper 38”x50”, 2016   Summer studio: Bonnie Conly  July 22 to Aug 5, 2017 AKA will be hosting Bonnie Conly, providing the artist with a temporary studio within the gallery. Bonnie will be taking advantage of the space to work on a much larger scale than normally available. […]

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  • PUBLISHED on May 18, 2017

Street Meet is accepting applications for feature artists to participate in the 2017 Street Meet Festival Application Deadline July 1, 2017 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Street Meet 2017 Street Meet is a not-for-profit group which facilitates a three-day event in Saskatoon’s public spaces. Since 2013, the annual Street Meet Festival has exhibited a variety of […]

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  • PUBLISHED on May 13, 2017

New! 2017 Traveling Mentor-in-Residence Heather Benning Saskatoon date:  June 23 at AKA/ Paved Arts This new pilot is a supplement to CARFAC SASK’s annual Mentor in Residence program. Through this initative, CARFAC SASK aims to: provide an advanced mentorship opportunity for emerging artists; enhance the confidence of artists who may be new to studio critiques; and […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 25, 2017

CARFAC 2017 Mentor-in-Residence:  Brendan Lee Satish Tang Public Artist Talk June 8, 2017, 7pm AKA/Paved Arts Brendan Lee Satish Tang will be conducting studio visits in Saskatoon from June 7-10 and in Regina from June 12-15. Brendan Tang was born in Dublin, Ireland of Trinidadian parents and is a naturalized citizen of Canada. He earned […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 05, 2017

Carfac Sask Workshop: Social Media for Artists Instructor: Carole Epp Saturday April 8, 1pm AKA artist-run This workshop presents practical ways that artists can use social media to advance and promote their work. Artist Carole Epp will illustrate her journey in building a successful online business. During this workshop, she will share the why’s and how’s, do’s […]

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  • PUBLISHED on March 24, 2017

Call for Submissions: All Together Now Confirm your participation by emailing by April 10 Work Drop off: April 19 to April 22 during gallery hours Exhibition Dates: May 5 to June 17, 2017 Curated and Organized by Mindy Yan Miller and Jessica Morgun Opening Reception: May 5, 8pm   AKA artist-run welcomes submissions for […]

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  • PUBLISHED on March 07, 2017

AKA Members Summer Studio June through August Calling all AKA Members! Every August and December (during our holiday break) AKA opens its doors to interested members for studio space, open studio visits and experimental events. In 2016, we had more interest than we could accommodate. In response, during the months of June, July and August […]

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  • PUBLISHED on February 16, 2017

Monsters Art Show: Presented by L’Arche Saskatoon AKA Artist-run March 4, 2017: 12pm to 8pm Reception: 1pm to 4pm The L’Arche Saskatoon community will be presenting a group exhibition created through their arts Workshop program. The show is an exploration of modern and traditional concepts of monsters and mythical creatures, as well as the underlying theme […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 17, 2016

Saturday, November 19, 1-4pm Join us for CARFAC Sask’s Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 19th. The meeting will be followed by the presentation of the CARFAC SASK Visual Arts Awards and an informative roundtable discussion of Pension Planning for Artists. Light refreshments will be provided. Hope to see you there!

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  • PUBLISHED on November 02, 2016

À fleurer: weekly reading and unveiling Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay À fleurer No. 2: Tuesday, November 8, 12:15-12:30pm À fleurer No. 3: Tuesday, November 15, 12:15-12:30pm À fleurer No. 4: Tuesday, November 22, 12:15-12:30pm À fleurer No. 5: Tuesday, November 29, 12:15-12:30pm À fleurer No. 2 – No. 5 will be performed through live audio stream by […]

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