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Two Story Cafe looking at the urban through an Indigenous feminine perspective This year’s Two Story Café is focusing on work by Indigenous women. The annual contemporary Indigenous art showcase, put on by the Indigenous Peoples Artist Collective (IPAC), is set...
Catherine Blackburn's new show, New Age Warriors, blends the modern with the traditional to show what it means to be a contemporary, Indigenous woman Catherine Blackburn’s newest show is about to open in the artistic space where her career first...
Event to return to downtown in 2019 An initiative designed at bringing more people downtown in the warmer months is likely to continue next year after finding success in 2018. The downtown art walk was started by Gail Carlson, an artist...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Award-winning movies from around the world are hitting the screens of Waskesiu's Twin Pine Cinemas this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Reel Rave International Film Festival features six movies: The Death of Stalin, The Third Murder, Tulipani: Love,...
The judges have been unveiled for the 2018 SaskTel Search for the Stars. The annual talent competition takes place at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, starting with auditions, then a workshop, a pair of band rehearsals and then the final showcase...
Organizers of Pretty in Punk have big plans for the future LJ Kimbley and Gabrielle Giroux weren’t sure how many people were going to show up to the inaugural Pretty in Punk music festival Saturday. The local musicians put a lot...
Olivia Boden couldn’t imagine her life without theatre. The Prince Albert resident started out in Broadway north in the winter of 2006. “It’s grown and become a part of who I am, and it made theatre a passion I’ll never lose,”...
Artists came together over the weekend to show what they can do in some of the settings that inspire them. The annual 263 Art Tour was held Saturday and Sunday. The self-guided tour includes about a dozen artists at nine...
A play on until August at the Station Arts Centre in Rosthern tells a familiar story for anyone who has ever been somewhere new. Prairie Nurse, by Toronto-based playwright Marie Beath Badian, tells the story of a pair of Filipina...
Gabrielle Giroux and LJ Kimbley wanted to play a different kind of music festival. So, the Prince Albert-based musicians Giroux of The Wolfe and Kimbley, who performs his solo project as LJ Tyson, decided to make their own. The inaugural Pretty...

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