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Jaret Mayer is always on the hunt for scrap metal. It’s not for maintenance, repairs or construction projects. It’s for art. “Everyone I come in contact with, I ask,” he chuckles. “If you have metal, I’ll take it.” Roughly three years ago,...
Duo bringing performance of Mozart sonatas to P.A. Saturday An accomplished violinist and pianist are teaming up this weekend to bring the music of Mozart to Prince Albert. Martha Kashap and Renée de Moissac have been travelling the province performing Mozart’s...

Boosting public art

More public art projects could be popping up around Prince Albert after the announcement of a new Public Art Stimulus Partnership Fund in October. The fund is designed to help community organizations, businesses and artists complete public art projects like...
A market of some of the best local artisans is taking over the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts Friday evening and Saturday. With music, food, and craftsmen, the market is a great chance to get Christmas shopping done while...
The Rawlinson Centre stage will be transformed into a Grand Ol’ Opry-like atmosphere Sunday afternoon as 22 of the region’s best country music acts will stage a tribute to all things country. The tribute to country music is being put...
You never know what you’ll hear over the speakers when Andrew Sneddon and Matthew Hornell start travelling together. On some days it’s Fred Eaglesmith and Corb Lund. On others it’s classical music and bebop jazz. The mix of artists and genres...
The KYLA art group and the Kiwanis Club of Prince Albert are ready to welcome hundreds of residents from near and far to their annual art show this weekend. Sunday’s show and sale will be the 39th annual edition of...

Performing Petty

Local musicians to play benefit concert honouring late rocker There will be lot of familiar faces in the crowd on Halloween, feeling a whole lot better about the passing of rock icon Tom Petty. A group of musicians from across Saskatchewan...
Thursday was a night of power and performance at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, with Prince Albert’s political elite turning out for the premiere of Spark Theatre’s Macbeth. The opener for the show’s three-night run attracted Minister Joe Hargrave, Prince Albert...
The Mann Art Gallery is looking for the latest, greatest artists from across the province to submit works for the annual winter show and sale. The 42nd annual winter festival show will take place from Feb. 9 until March 24,...

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