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.

CHAOS, FLOW, MEANDER

November – December 2019

Hilary Johnstone, Greg Allan and Vanessa Hyggen approach nature and landscape by examining and highlighting the rich pattern found therein

 

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WHEN THE TREES CRACKLE WITH COLD: p?simwasinahikan

January – February 2020

Miriam Körner and Bernice Johnson-Laxdal have collaborated to bring us a series of watercolour paintings depicting the Cree moon calendar through Johnson-Laxdal’s childhood memories.

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YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM EXHIBIT

MARCH 2020

 

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A RIGHTFUL PLACE: Commonwheel & OSAC

April – May 2020

“A Rightful Place” is a year long multidisciplinary art and social justice project, in which the lives and migration experiences faced by newcomers were documented through portraits and personal narratives. 

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Big Earth Series: Val Wiebe

June 2020

This exhibit explores the relationship between the landscape and our own fragility – the universal human experience. 

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Plantscapes of the Prairies: Geoff Phillips

July – August 2020

Phillips’ work challenges people to look closer at their environment, learn about it and see it in new ways.

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