Galleries & Museums

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AKA Artist-Run Centre

424 20th St. W.  306-652-0044

MEGHAN PRICE: NEW BALANCE This outdoor billboard installation uses waste plastic to explore links between human and geologic time. (Until late August.)

Art Placement

228 3rd Ave. S.  306-664-3385

END OF SUMMER SHOW Group exhibition featuring work by gallery artists (Until Sept. 12.)

Collector’s Choice Gallery

625D 1st Ave. N.  306-665-8300

SUMMER This group show features small, summer-themed paintings by over 20 local artists. (Until Aug. 31.)

College Art Gallery 1 & 2

MacKinnon Building  306-966-4571

JOI T. ARCAND: SHE USED TO WANT TO BE A BALLERINA Exhibition of neon signs in Cree syllabics where the Saskatchewan-born Cree artist inserts an Indigenous presence into public spaces. Curated by Leah Taylor. (Until Aug. 17.)

TAU LEWIS: WHEN LAST YOU FOUND ME HERE Exhibition of sculptures where the Jamaican-Canadian artist uses natural and synthetic materials to explore issues related to black identity, agency and memory within the broader African diaspora. Curated by Leah Taylor. (Until Aug. 17.)

Darrell Bell Gallery

405-105 21st St. E.  306-955-5701

SUMMER EXHIBITION The show features work by gallery artists. (Until September.)

The Eye Gallery

117-1132 College Dr.  306-373-8825

RYAN MARTIN: FALLEN NUMBERS Exhibition of photographs which drawn on family archives. (Until Aug. 30.)

Frances Morrison Gallery

311 23rd St. E.  306-975-7579

JOHN PENNER: MEDITATIONS ON THE PRAIRIES This exhibition features prairie landscape photographs using an historic salt-print process. (Opening reception Aug. 15 from 7–9 p.m., runs until Sept. 13.)

Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Murray Building, University of Saskatchewan  306-966-4208

WILLIAM LEE This exhibition presents work by the artist to fulfill their MFA thesis requirement. (Runs Aug. 19–30, with a reception Aug. 27 from 7–10 p.m.)

Kenderdine Gallery

Agriculture Building  306-664-3385

NICHOLAS PEAT: NOT4PROFIT This exhibition presents work by the artist to fulfill their MFA thesis requirement. (Runs Aug. 19–30, with a reception Aug. 27 from 7–10 p.m.)

Remai Modern Art Gallery

102 Spadina Cres. E.  306-975-7610

BEAU DICK: DEVOURED BY CONSUMERISM This exhibition was conceived by the late Kwakwaka’wakw artist and LaTiesha Fazakas and draws on Indigenous spiritual and cultural traditions to critique consumer capitalism. (Until Sept. 2)

DOROTHY IANNONE: LIBERTIES Retrospective by an American artist who has championed freedom of expression through her work which explores issues related to love, spirituality and ecstatic unity. Curated by Rose Bouthillier. (Until Sept. 8.)

IF I HAVE A BODY This show pairs work by six artists: Laurie Kang (sculpture) and Veronika Pausova (painting); Shuvinai Ashoona (drawing) and Dominique Rey (photography/video); and Steven Beckly (photography) and Billy-Ray Belcourt (poetry). As the title implies, the human body, and its role in identity and culture, is a major theme. Curated by Rose Bouthillier, Sandra Fraser and Troy Gronsdahl. (Until Sept. 2.)

DISPLAY TACTICS Drawn from the gallery’s permanent collection, this exhibition features work by prominent Canadian artists from the 1960s through 1980s, and explores strategies of display and representation. (Until Nov. 10.)

ARTIST IN FOCUS: ELI BORNSTEIN This exhibition explores the development of the well-known Saskatchewan structuralist from early watercolour works in an Impressionist style to later constructed reliefs. (Until Jan. 5.)

PABLO PICASSO: ANATOMY OF A STILL LIFE This exhibition features a selection of still life lino cut prints made by the artist in 1962. (Until April 17.)

RECENT ACQUISITIONS (PART TWO) This exhibition features recent work by Victoria artist Robert Youds and Saskatchewan artists Jonathan Forrest and Marie Lannoo that explores the formal and perceptual qualities of light and colour. (Until late fall.)

ANDY WARHOL: SCREEN TESTS This exhibition features a series of short “screen tests” Warhol did in the mid-1960s with various celebrities who visited his Factory studio including Marcel Duchamp, Bob Dylan, Dennis Hopper, Lou Reed, Edie Sedgwick and Susan Sontag. (Until March 15.)

FILM Screening is David Cronenberg’s 1981 science-fiction horror film Scanners about a group of people with deadly telepathic powers. (Aug. 16, 7 p.m.)

DISCOVERY CINEMA Screening is the 1972 animated version of E.B. White’s story Charlotte’s Web. (Aug. 17, 1 p.m.)

ART CAMP FOR GROWN-UPS: PHOTOGRAPHY Third of four camps the gallery is hosting this summer. All materials will be supplied, and no experience is necessary. (Aug. 20. Register at 306-975-8031 or email

FILM Screening is Norman Jewison’s 1975 science-fiction thriller Rollerball about a deadly sport played in a dystopian future. (Aug. 23, 7 p.m.)

ART CAMP FOR GROWN-UPS: LINOCUT PRINTMAKING All materials will be supplied for this final art camp of the summer, and no experience is necessary. (Aug. 27. Register at 306-975-8031 or email

ART APPRECIATION The topic of this art discussion is: The Business of Art: Art & Value. (Aug. 27, 7 p.m.)

FILM Screening is Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 dystopian thriller A Clockwork Orange. (Aug. 30, 7 p.m.)

LABOUR DAY FIREWORKS The gallery is hosting two gala evening viewing parties for the Nutrien Fireworks Festival. (Aug. 30–31, 8:30 p.m. $100.)

Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

813 Broadway Ave.  306-653-3616

OTHER ARTIFACTS Group exhibition by three Newfoundland artists Susan Furneaux, Michael Flaherty and Philippa Jones who draw on their imaginations to create mythical worlds in their art. (Until Sept. 7.)

St. Thomas More Gallery

1435 College Dr.  306-652-5310

ANDREI FEHEREGYHAZI: IN PROGRESS This exhibition offers a display of work in development by the artist which relies on augmented reality technology. (Until Aug. 23.)

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

R.R. #4, Penner Rd.  306-931-6767

LA RÁBIDA, SOUL OF CONQUEST: AN ANISHINAABE ENCOUNTER The starting point for this exhibition by artist Bonnie Devine is a Franciscan monastery in Spain where Columbus set sail in 1492. From there, she examines how religion was used as a justification for colonization if Indigenous people in the New World. Curated by Fynn Leitch. (Until October.)


Diefenbaker Canada Centre


PERMANENT EXHIBIT Display of artifacts tied to the career and political legacy of John George Diefenbaker who served as a Saskatchewan MP from 1940-79 and Canadian Prime Minister from 1957-63.

FAKES & FORGERIES: YESTERDAY AND TODAY This touring exhibition features over one hundred real and fake objects that range from historical artifacts to household goods to designer name brands. (Until Oct. 18.)

Museum of Antiquities

MacKinnon Building  306-966-781

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Features replicas of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern sculpture, along with original pottery, glass and coinage.

TASILTU: A CELEBRATION OF THE NASSER FAMILY COLLECTION Exhibition of original and replica ancient Near Eastern art that explores various themes including myths, royalty, women and nature. (Until Aug. 31.)

Museum of Natural Sciences

112 Science Place  306-966-4399

PERMANENT EXHIBIT A joint effort of the Departments of Biology and Geological Sciences, this museum examines the evolution of life on Earth throughout geological time.

Nutrien Wonderhub

950 Spadina Cres. E.  306-249-3574

PERMANENT EXHIBITS The Wonderhub features a variety of interactive displays that provide opportunities for hands-on learning and fun for children. It also hosts classes, workshops and camps for children.

Ukrainian Museum of Canada

910 Spadina Cres.  306-244-3800

PERMANENT COLLECTION Display of artifacts and archival documents recounting the settlement history of Ukrainian-Canadians in Canada.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

R.R. #4, Penner Rd.  306-931-6767

PERMANENT EXHIBIT This National Historic Site is dedicated to celebrating traditional and contemporary Indigenous life and culture in Saskatchewan.

DREAM CATCHER This workshop is open to people 14+. All materials provided. (Aug. 18, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. $50.)

BIRD WATCHING TOURS Host for this tour is Stan Shadick. You’re asked to dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. (Aug. 18 and Aug. 28, 7–8:30 p.m.)

QUILL EARRINGS This workshop is open to people 16+. All materials provided. (Aug. 24, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. $50.)

Western Development Museum

2610 Lorne Ave.  306-931-1910

PERMANENT EXHIBITS One of four provincial museums commemorating settler culture in Saskatchewan, this museum includes displays related to transportation, agriculture and more.

SASKATCHEWAN DOUKHOBOR LIVING BOOK PROJECT This exhibit features archival material, an immersive soundscape and screening of a documentary film exploring the history of Doukhobor settlement in Saskatchewan. Presented by Spirit Wrestler Productions, University of Saskatchewan and Western Development Museum. See (Until Oct. 20.)

EDWARDIAN INDOOR GARDEN PARTY This family-friendly event offers an opportunity to learn how people lived during the Edwardian era between 1901–1910. You’re invited to wear period appropriate clothing, but it’s not required. (Aug. 18, 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Pre-register on the WDM website.)