Saskatchewan Art News
A new art school and studio has opened in Regina. Located in the Cathedral Neighbourhood at the edge of Regina’s downtown, Cathedral Art School and Studio offers a variety of classes including drawing, painting and pottery to students...
A new statue of Saskatchewan’s first premier, Walter Scott, was unveiled on July 31st, in the Queen Elizabeth II gardens in front of the provincial legislature, in Regina. The life-size bronze statue depicts Scott holding a blueprint for the...
Tatanka Boutique, a new art and fine craft retail store opened its doors in Regina’s Cathedral Area earlier this month. Tatanka, which is Sioux for Buffalo, sells authentic handmade original First Nation and Metís designed artworks,...
The Slate Fine Art Gallery, in Regina’s Heritage neighborhood, opened in April with a remarkable display of contemporary art works by seventeen top Saskatchewan artists. Artists currently represented by the commercial gallery include...
- New Art School and Studio Opens in Regina
- First Nations Gallery Opens in Regina
- Nude Saskatchewan - Call for Submissions
- New Art Space for Regina - Artful Dodger Cafe and TAE Gallery
- Artists chosen for celebration of 100th Anniversary of Legislature
- 405 Picasso Prints Donated to Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan
- Renowned Sculptor John Nugent Dies at Age 93
- Joe Fafard Honoured with Three Stamps