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Dunlop Art Gallery 2014 Upcoming Exhibitions

Location: Various locations

Tragedy Plus Time

Sonny Assu, BGL, Michel de Broin, Jason Cawood, Mark Clintberg, Troy Coulterman, Robyn Cumming, Thirza Cuthand, Keren Cytter, Kim Dorland, Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby, Erica Eyres, Hannah Jickling and Helen Reed, Alison S. M. Kobayashi and Christopher Allen, Divya Mehra, Christine Negus, Craig Francis Power, Joshua and Zakary Sandler, and Walter Scott

Curated by Blair Fornwald, Jennifer Matotek, and Wendy Peart

Central Gallery, Mediatheque, and Sherwood Gallery
July 4 - August 27, 2014

"Comedy is tragedy plus time."

This statement, attributed variously to Steve Allen, Carol Burnett, Lenny Bruce, and Woody Allen articulates the transformative and political dimensions of comedy and humour. Humour acts as a corrective, as a balm, as a way of softening unpleasant truths and assuaging fears. This exhibition brings together Canadian and international emerging, mid-career and senior artists from across artistic disciplines and cultural backgrounds, whose work explores the relationship between the tragic, and the comic. This large-scale exhibition will occupy both Central and Sherwood Galleries, with additional work in Dunlop's Mediatheque and offsite.

Rocanville & District Museum - Market at the Museum

Location: Qu'Appelle Avenue & St. Albert Street, Rocanville

Rocanville & District Museum is excited to be hosting monthly market. Hopefully you can visit the museum the third Saturday of every month beginning:

May 17th 10am-4pm

June 21st 10am-4pm

July 19th 10am-4pm

August 16th 10am-4pm

September 20th 10am-4pm

The Rocanville & District Museum is looking for vendors, small businesses, crafters, artisans and market type entertainment (musicians, performers, presentations) and VOLUNTEERS!

Come for a fun filled Saturday, showing off your home made business, talent, craft and artistic expressions and tour the museum.

The museum will be hosting the first information session on Monday March 17th at the Rocanville Museum at 7:30pm.

Please contact by email



call 306 645 2116 .