Saskatchewan Art News
Acclaimed Regina Five artist Ted Godwin has died in Calgary, Alberta, in the early morning of January 4th, after suffering a heart attack two months ago. He was 79. Born in Calgary, Godwin moved to Regina in 1958 and began teaching at the Regina campus...
A statue of Walter Scott, Saskatchewan's first premier, has been commissioned by the provincial government. The life-sized bronze sculpture will be situated in front of the Legislative Building, at the north end of the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens. Tendered...
Despite strong opposition, the University of Saskatchewan has yet to reverse its November 15th decision to close the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus. The campus, at Emma Lake north of Prince Albert, hosts a wide range of experiential learning opportunities...
The Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation has donated 405 Pablo Picasso linocut prints, valued at $20 million, to the Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan (formerly the Mendel Art Gallery), in Saskatoon. The donation, announced on September 25th, doubles the...
- 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