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This year’s summer Station Arts Centre performance is taking viewers inside a tent revival with a performance of the Morris Ertman and Ron Reed musical Tent Meeting. The musical follows a husband and wife through one day in the 1930s...
Meacham potters’ exhibit, first shown in France, makes Canadian debut in PA In 2014, potter Bonnie Gilmour and her “partner in life and in clay” Charley Farrero wanted to get away from their studio in Meacham, Sask. and create a...
PA rock group Between Bridges releases debut EP at Friday night concert Travis Beatty says his group’s debut EP started as a school assignment. Beatty, singer and guitarist for PA rock band Between Bridges, wrote a short story for a “literary...
PA artist brings images of wildlife to canvas and bison skulls When Earl McKay first started painting in Thompson, Man. 34 years ago, he said no Indigenous artists were painting wildlife. He set out to change that. “All the painters in...
Mann Art Gallery summer art camps return Lana Wilson says there’s more to art lessons than the colour wheel and rule of thirds. “I will say this again and again: art skills are life skills,” the Mann Art Gallery (MAG) educator...
Donny Parenteau has played some big stages in his life. But none of those stages can compare to his performance this weekend. Parenteau has been chosen to be the halftime show for the Riders’ Canada Day game. The game is...
Growing up in La Ronge, Janine Windolph knew she wanted to be a filmmaker. She was told she only had three options: become a cop, a teacher or a miner. “I really felt my world was quite limited. I put that...
Ayami Greenwood has always had a strong bond with her family, especially her father. Even though he passed away when she was still a child, Greenwood’s relationship with him inspires her daily, and it played a pivotal role in “A...
After several successful years, organizers of Country at the Creek are looking to expand on a good thing. The annual country music extravaganza is scheduled to begin on June 22, and for the first time since it’s inception, the festival...
The Girl with the Kaleidoscope Eyes shows life of a musician in the late ‘60s, early ‘70s A performance showcasing the journey of a musician during a time of political unrest and protest through dance is coming to the E.A....
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