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25-year-old teacher and 23-year-old musician added to board of directors In a move to invite the voice of youth into the Prince Albert arts conversation, the P.A. Arts Board elected two new board members age 25 and younger. Arts Board vice-chair...
Art exhibition takes a macabre look at the past on the Prairies Saskatchewan artist Heather Benning’s latest show is a collection of three large, sculptural works and a film that peels back the notion of the “good old times” to...
P.A. high school students submit more than 100 works of art to annual High School Juried Art Show Lana Wilson has a good problem: She has more art than she can hang. The Mann Art Gallery educator received around 105 submissions...

A near sweep

Carlton wins every award but Best Play at regional theatre competition Carlton Comprehensive High School’s Mad Hatter Theatre Company won every award except for best play at the Saskatchewan Drama Association Region 11 Drama Festival at Walter Murray Collegiate Institute...
P.A. Concert Band aims to introduce new listeners to classical music at upcoming show Kathleen Clarke says people are sometimes intimidated by classical music and she’s trying to do something about it. “Classical is a style that most people aren’t hearing...
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
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