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AKA Artist‑Run Centre

424 20th St. W.  306-652-0044

TOFEELCLOSE This digital exhibition features 12 artists who engage in various forms of individual and collective reflection. Curated by Tarin Dehod, with new commissions every two weeks. Participating artists include Carrie Allison, Eve Tagny and Emii Alrai, Katherine Boyer, Erika DeFreitas, Lindsay Delaronde and Jamie Black, Maggie Groat, Jessica Groome and Tiziana La Melia, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay and Shellie Zhang. See (Until October.)

College Art Gallery 1 & 2

MacKinnon Building  306-966-4571

FOUR EFFIGIES FOR THE END OF PROPERTY This exhibition of sculptural installations by Métis artist Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill examines different legal mechanisms that convert land into private property. (Opens Sept. 18, runs until Dec. 19.)

THE LOUDSPEAKER AND THE TOWER This immersive installation by Manar Moursi explores notions of religious authoritarianism and architecture using the structure of the minaret. Co-curated by Emily Fitzpatrick and Toleen Touq. (Opens Sept. 18, runs until Dec. 19.)

The Eye Gallery

117-1132 College Dr.  306-373-8825

RON COOLEY: FLORAL PORTRAITS Exhibition of floral-themed photographs by well-known Saskatchewan artist. (Until late October.)

Gallery on the Greens

2325 Preston Ave.  306-374-2644

HUB CITY WOOD TURNERS Exhibition of wooden sculptures by local art collective. (Until late October.)

Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Murray Building  306-966-4208

GABRIELA GARCÍA-LUNA: TRACES Exhibition of video, drawings and assemblages where the artist explores the relationship between artifice and nature. (Until Sept. 10.)

GALE HAGBLOM: CHOREOGRAPHED SPACE Exhibition of large-scale paintings using minimalist motifs designed to evoke serenity. (Opens Sept. 14, runs until Sept. 24.)

Kenderdine Gallery

Agriculture Building  306-664-3385

BLAKE LITTLE: FLUID This photographic portrait series explores the idea of gender representation and how gender isn’t confined to the simple binary concept of male and female. Curated by Wayne Baerwaldt. (Opens Oct. 2, runs until Dec. 19.)

Remai Modern Art Gallery

102 Spadina Cres. E.  306-975-7610

BORDERLINE: 2020 BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART This exhibition is a co-production of the Remai Modern and Art Gallery of Alberta, and features 34 artists and art collective from Alberta and Saskatchewan, along with five treaty territories. (Opens Sept. 26, runs until Feb. 14.)

SHANNON TE AO: KA MUA, KA MURI In this two-channel film installation, the New Zealand artist draws on elements of Māori philosophy to explore the fluidity and interconnectedness of time. It’s in the genre of a road movie that focuses on two sisters following an unnamed tragedy. (Until Jan. 3.)

BRIDGET MOSER: MY CROPS ARE DYING BUT MY BODY PERSISTS This solo exhibition features new video and performance works by the Canadian artist who uses satire and humour to explore themes related to futility, confusion, loneliness and the general awkwardness of life. Curated Troy Gronsdahl (Until Oct. 12.)

NEXT YEAR’S COUNTRY This group exhibition features work from the permanent collection that explores Saskatchewan’s often challenging history where people seek to remain hopeful about the future while coping with current hardships. Curated by Sandra Fraser. (Until Jan. 24.)

PABLO PICASSO: ANATOMY OF A STILL LIFE This exhibition features a selection of lino cut prints made by the artist in 1962. (Until Oct. 4.)

Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

813 Broadway Ave.  306-653-3616

FROM SCRATCH This group exhibition features work by SCC members which honours the tradition of artisans working with foundational materials while also acknowledging the introduction of new techniques, tools and conceptual frameworks. Curated by Stephanie Canning and Maia Stark. (Until Oct. 30.)

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

R.R. #4, Penner Rd.  306-931-6767

CATHERINE BLACKBURN: WITH THESE HANDS, FROM THIS LAND Working in both fine art and fashion, this Saskatchewan Indigenous artist has attracted critical acclaim. The work on display here was produced during a recent residency at the Kenderdine Gallery. (Opens in early September, runs to late October.)

ARNOLD J. ISBISTER: VISIONS IN THE VALLEY This exhibition features drawings that were made to accompany information panels at Wanuskewin. (Opens in early September, runs into January.)