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Monique Martin: 365 Days of Coffee


May 1 to June 23, 2017

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Against the Grain

August 30 - October 2: Creative woodwork by local artists.


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November 1 to December 23, 2017

Surveying diverse emerging practices across Saskatchewan, Futures brings together Simon Fuh, Todd Gronsdahl, Andie Palynchuk, Gerry Poti, Colby Richardson, Yonina Rollack, David Stonhouse, and Kyle Zurevinski. The presentation of these artists together examines the past to create real and imagined futures. Creating new from the anterior.

Each artist explores the theme through varied means; Fuh, Palynchuk, Poti and Rollack utilize introspection as an origin point for their practices; considering childhood and personal histories to create other worlds; storytelling and constructing future realities to explore the self. Richardson and Zurevinski investigate out-dated technologies and their contemporary function and place; creating work by referencing and manipulating the past to instigate unfamiliar ideas and potentials for the antiquated. Gronsdahl and Stonhouse look to history to inform and direct their work. Gronsdahl creates myths and future narratives from official histories, while Stonhouse makes reference to the canon of painting and utilizes materials to experiment and challenge the medium.

Through these individual approaches a strong aesthetic parallel emerges fashioned from colour, pattern and whimsy. Minimalist and lavish imagery coalesce in divergent depictions of personal, mythological and technological futures.
This exhibition is curated by Derek Sandbeck and made possible through a special partnership with AKA artist-run and the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils.

Earthling Tales and Imaginary Hunting Trophies

October 3 - 29, 2016

Opening reception on October 8

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Homeland: A Collection of Prairie Threadpaintings

July 4 - August 26

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Work by Monika Kinner-Whalen, as well as Postcards to the Station and work by local potters.

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