Programs and Events



Current Exhibition

Permanent collection on display.

June 1 to 23
Cate Francis: Paper Wildlife Conservancy
Cate Francis: Paper Wildlife ConservancyCate Francis has created a parody organization titled the Paper Wildlife Conservancy or PWC. Featuring a series of illustrative prints and collages, the project examines cohabitation with wildlife on the prairies, and is interested in highlighting the role that wildlife plays in defining a sense of place and home.

Part of OSAC’s Arts on the Move touring program.

Visit www.osac.ca for more details.







June 23 to July 28
Retreat Exhibition - “I Gotta be Me”
By group exhibition by retreat participants.


July 23 to July 28
4th Annual Artist Retreat
4th Annual Artist Retreat at Assiniboia Prince of Wales Curling Club. A joint project with Assiniboia and District Arts Council.

July 31 to September 29
Val Moker, paintings & Dale Lowe, woodturning
Val MokerVal Moker grew up on a farm and sought every occasion after the work was done, to take solitary walks and seize the ravishing beauty of nature. Weekly trips to the city would allow her a break away from the toils of the country, granting her the privilege of observing people in a variety of settings, and imagining the different backgrounds and cultures that brought these common folk to today’s place. This longing to explore humanity continues to stimulate her creative palette.

Visit www.valmoker.com for more details.










Dale LoweHaving started working on Intarsia a few years ago, I concentrated on both the technical aspects of finely fitted pieces with very tight tolerances and choosing wood with colors that would compliment the entire piece. I am continually amazed by the magic of the grain patterns in the wood as the pieces are shaped and finished. After discovering some birch burls in our boreal forest I knew immediately that I needed to try woodturning. What stated as an adventure has evolved into a passion and the wood never fails to amaze me. As each piece takes its shape and allows its grain to be revealed we see the gift.

Visit www.saskcraftcouncil.org for more details.