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.
CATE FRANCIS: Paper Wildlife Conservancy
April 1 – May 23, 2019
Exploring shared spaces between urbanization and the wild.
PAIGE MORTENSEN & KATHLEEN SLAVIN: Point of View
Viewing the richness of the prairies from different perspectives
CAMERON FORBES & CRYSTAL BUECKERT: Emma Lake Archive
July – August 2019
Drawing on the energy of structures left behind in this important part of Saskatchewan’s cultural history
THIS AIN’T MY FIRST RODEO, Western Art & Artifacts: Local Artists
Whimsy, humour and memory come together in this dynamic prairie display
EXPERIMENTING, EXPRESSING, EXHIBITING: Valley Action Abilities
A group of Rosthern and area artists have been working together for more than a year to create an art experience that encompasses a range of genres and mediums.
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
WHEN THE TREES CRACKLE WITH COLD: pisimwasinahikan
January – February 2020
Miriam Korner 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.