The Station Arts Centre is proud to offer a variety of professional art exhibits. Many shows are accessed through OSAC’s “Arts on the Move” program that tours the work of artists from Saskatchewan and across Canada. The Station also curates shows featuring the work of local, Saskatchewan artists. This is a not-for-profit gallery and is free to the public.
Big Earth Series: Val Wiebe
October 8 – 29, 2020
This exhibit explores the relationship between the landscape and our own fragility – the universal human experience.
Scissor Cuts/Scherenschnitte: Jessica Richter and Waltraude Stehwien
November 2 – December 17, 2020
Richter and Stehwien employ creativity to express landscape, scene and image with cut paper. This collection ranges from traditional German papercutting to papercut evolved into sculpture.
The Darkened Sky
January 7 – February 23, 2021
Consisting of fifteen artists, The Darkened Sky highlights the beauty of darkness through a spectrum of artistic mediums. Works range from craft to fine art, and over half of the artists are First Nations or Métis, weaving together unique cultural perspectives and familiar methods of art-making.
March 1 – May 23, 2021
Signposts brings together three Saskatchewan based artists who examine the familiar imagery that dots the Saskatchewan landscape.
June 1 – 26, 2021
Explore the endless possibilities of needle felting through the dynamic work of artist Elizabeth Muirhead.
Artist Talk with Ray Keighley
Join Director of Programming Nicole Thiessen as she talks with Artist Ray Keighley about his exhibit “Chasing Identity and Reconciliation” that is now on display in our gallery until August 28, 2021.
Chasing Identity and Reconciliation
July 1 – August 28, 2021
Ray Keighley adds creative energy to his art, reflecting balance between his ethnic origins, life and work.
The Red Chair Project Exhibit
SEPTEMBER – NOVEMBER, 2021
Exhibition located in the window at Friesen’s Bigway Foods, Rosthern
10 Artists 30 sitters 3 hours…
This show shines a light on those who make our community special and the diversity we value. It is a portrait mural that celebrates what we share and how we can work towards a brighter future together.
I DO NOT HAVE MY WORDS
February 1 – 23, 2022 *Postponed*
Joi Arcand, Catherine Blackburn, Audrey Dreaver, curated by M.J.M.A.G.
This show features a variety of work that explores language loss & considers how language is connected to one’s cultural identity.