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P.A.’s Studio 1010 art group brings diverse show to Grace Campbell Gallery The John M. Cuelenaere Public Library was a little noisier than usual on Thursday morning a members from the local Studio 1010 artists’ group gathered in the Grace...
Local artist examines the meaning of community in upcoming exhibition Prince Albert artist Lorraine Beardsworth’s latest exhibit didn’t turn out the way she originally envisioned it. “It was around a couple of years ago, I guess, I started working on thinking...
Carlton drama club brings Saskatchewan play ‘Canadian Gothic’ to regional competition Nicole Stocki has competed at Saskatchewan Drama Association (SDA) festivals every year of her high school career, but the Carlton Comprehensive High School senior said it’s still hard to...

Winning work

The people have spoken. The Mann Art Gallery named the winner of the people’s choice award for the 2017 Winter Festival juried art show, and a Saskatoon-based painter has earned the honour. Greg Hargarten is the 2017 winner of the Guy...
Thomson Highway’s Rez Sisters came to the E.A. Rawlinson Centre last week, with an all-indigenous cast drawing on personal experience to deliver a forceful performance
Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers holds 10th annual Arioso and Friends concert Ten years ago, local vocal trio Arioso approached the upstart Prince Albert chapter of the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers (G4G) campaign with a proposition: join forces for a...
Prince Albert band The Wolfe advances to finals of CBC’s Searchlight competition Prince Albert rock band The Wolfe has made it to the final round of the CBC’s national Searchlight talent competition and this weekend the group’s three 17-year-old band...

Sister act

Spark Theatre stages ‘Rez Sisters’ by renowned playwright Tomson Highway Theatre director Roxanne Dicke has always wanted to stage a production of 1986 play The Rez Sisters, by First Nations playwright Tomson Highway, and on Thursday night she’s getting her...

Mellowing out

Saskatoon rock group with P.A. roots explores its acoustic side on full-length debut Saskatoon-based rock group Black Vienna is putting the finishing touches on their full-length debut record, but lead singer Anthony Thoen is already looking ahead to the next...
For dancers from the eight different studios who competed at Dance Blast over the weekend, competition and cooperation go hand in hand. The annual four-day event draws nearly 500 dancers from two Prince Albert dance studios, as well as from...

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