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Sunday, September 28, 2014 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

Sunday, September 28, 2014 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Saskatchewan is a province of innovators and artists...many of our country's greatest exports are from Saskatchewan.  The ATM was developed here.  The first online purchase of a compact disc was done in Saskatchewan.  Joni Mitchell, Buffy St. Marie, Colin James, Joe Fafard and Leslie Neilson are just a few of the internationally recognized artists from Saskatchewan.  Saskatchewan is home to dinosaur beds, sand dunes, boreal forests, 100,000 lakes and unbelievable landscapes.  We are home to 70 First Nations, as well as newcomers from around the globe.  Our culture is a varied and diverse as our landscape, and Culture Days is a great way to experience the breadth and depth of our province.  Enjoy your Culture Days weekend!


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August 14, 2014

When artists collaborate great things happen – By Kevin Power

I’m always excited to learn about new spaces popping up that provide opportunities for artists of all genres to create. Finding affordable studio space in any city can be a challenge. During my recent visit to North Battleford to record a SaskScapes podcast with artist Sherron Burns, I had the pleasure of spending time in the newly...

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October 17, 2014

On being … surreal

It’s rare that a word sums up an event, but what transpired on Friday really is best described as surreal. For you see, on Friday I got to conduct the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). Honest. Now, it’s true that amazing, thrilling, and very cool also describe the experience. But the way it transpired was simply surreal....

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October 15, 2014

An OCAD Art-Making Oasis: The Yellow Pages Project

On Saturday September 27th, with help of Student Union reps Simran and James, we set up at OCAD’s Student Gallery with yellow pages aplenty lining several group art tables, ready for drawings.  OCAD’s first ever event created exclusively for Culture Days, The Yellow Pages Project – brainchild of curatorial talent, Vicki Clough – reached out to the...

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October 15, 2014

Etobicoke Lakeshore: That’s a Wrap

This is part three of a series on the progress of the 2014 Culture Days weekend being presented by Humber College and Lakeshore Arts in Etobicoke, Ontario. This series highlights marketing, sponsorship and community mobilization for Culture Days.    Another successful Culture Days weekend took place in Etobicoke Lakeshore this year, with a total of 52 activities drawing almost 3,000 activity visits. More...

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