Estevan Art Gallery & Museum - Exhibitions, Events and Summer ActivitiesLocation: 118-4th Street, Estevan, SK
Two brand new exhibitions... and a third on the way!
Shoshana Coodin, Nature's Detail
Beading embroidery is the medium I connect with most. It connects me to my body, my hands, to a history of craftspeople that came before me. It connects me to my grandmother, whose sewing kit and collection of buttons and beads I would explore as a child. It is a medium with a connection to history, nature and time. (Shoshana Coodin, 2014)
Evelyn Johnson, Hooked
Estevan's cultural landscape would look a lot different if it weren't for the dedicated work of Evelyn Johnson. The recipient for numerous accolades for her contributions to the arts, she has spent many years tirelessly promoting culture in the city. She is also an artist, and the EAGM is thrilled to exhibit examples of her rug-hooking practice. The works on display present pastoral landscape scenes, and contemporary, abstract patterning.
Join us on May 23rd at 7pm for the artist reception, where we will also celebrate the opening of Hide, featuring work by David Diviney and Jamie Wright. Jamie will be giving a talk on his work.
Art: Beginner basics
Join artist Judy Swallow and get your art practice started with this introduction to painting, drawing, and more! Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th
Senior Craft Club
Do you love crafting and creating? Are you looking for a way to get out of the house, get active and meet new people? Then our senior craft club is for you!
May 7th, June 4th, from 10-11am, OR 1-2pm
2014 Summer Camps
We're thrilled to offer our popular art camps for kids this summer! Sessions run from 9am-noon OR 1pm-4pm and cost $50, per camper, per week. To find out more, or to pre-register, email Karly at email@example.com, or call 306 634 7644.
Art Explosions (Week 1: July 7-10)
Watch as science and art collide to create some truly exciting artwork! Mold, mix and meld these two subjects together for out-of-this-world results.
Art Outdoors (Week 2: July 14-17)
Use mother nature as your artistic inspiration... and your canvas! Make art in and outside the gallery. This could get messy!
Art Around the World (Week 3: July 21-24)
Create your own artistic passport to travel the world! We will explore different cultures and art traditions to create some truly diverse masterpieces.
Art and Advertising (Week 4: July 28-31)
Become a junior ad designer! Working with the Estevan Mercury, students will design REAL ads for Estevan businesses that will be featured in the paper! We will also create our own original products and ads.
Dunlop Art Gallery 2014 Upcoming ExhibitionsLocation: Various locations
Wednesday Lupypciw: ALLIES HONOUR YOU
Saturday, June 14, 2014, 3:30 pm
Curated by Blair Fornwald, Assistant Curator
Presented in partnership with Queen City Pride
ALLIES HONOUR YOU is an experimental noise event and "living sculpture" conceived and conducted by Calgary artist, Wednesday Lupypciw. A group of women, each with their own drum kit, will occupy Victoria Park, forming a triangular locus as Lupypciw leads them through three intense sessions of drumming and chanting. ALLIES HONOUR YOU is a public declaration of feminist alliance with queer communities, claiming a space, sonically and psychically much larger than its physical dimensions. Both riotous and utopian, the work celebrates the radical potential of collectivized action, ritual, and rock 'n' roll.
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.
Dysart Museum Planned ActivitiesLocation: Dysart Museum, on Qu'Appelle Ave
June 11 - Sport Nite - official opening of new display, guest speaker Al Dumba, refreshments. All are welcome. Starts at 7pm.
July 11 - Afternoon High Tea - Women from surrounding areas invited to attend for tea and entertainment. Starts at 2pm.
August 10 - Annual Museum Day - Regina Antique Car Club, barbeque, facepainting, homemade bread and jam. Starts at 1:30pm.
Planned Events for Dysart & District MuseumLocation: Dysart
June 11, Sport Nite: Official opening of new display, guest speaker Al Dumba, refreshments. All are welcome. Starts at 7 pm.
July 11, Afternoon High Tea: Women from surrounding areas invited to attend for tea and entertainment. Starts at 2pm
August 10, Annual Musuem Day: Regina Antique Car Club, barbeque, face painting, homemade bread and jam. Starts at 1:30pm
Rocanville & District Museum - Market at the MuseumLocation: 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 :firstname.lastname@example.org
call 306 645 2116 .