Exhibiting contemporary Canadian art with an emphasis on professional Saskatchewan artists, including David Alexander, Darrell Bell, Lee Brady, Megan Courtney Broner, Inger deCoursey, Kaija Sanelma Harris, Hans Herold, and Ian Rawlinson.
Centre St and 1 Ave N (PO Box 145), Val Marie, Saskatchewan S0N 2T0
Located at the gateway to Grasslands National Park in a land of rolling hills, rugged coulees and steep ravines centred on the Frenchman River Valley, Grasslands Gallery shows original art and craft inspired by the Grasslands experience.
Located in Regina’s Heritage neighbourhood, SLATE represents contemporary Canadian artists: Heather Benning, Victor Cicansky, Jack Cowin, Joe Fafard, Kyle Herranen, Michael Hosaluk, Jefferson Little, David Thauberger, Russell Yuristy and more.
A regional publisher with a national reach, Hagios Press is an award-winning publisher of poetry, art books, short-fiction, and literary non-fiction, with a particular focus on books that advance a spiritual connection with the world.
Established in 1978, the gallery's primary emphasis is on senior and mid-career Saskatchewan artists while also representing several established western Canadian painters and overseeing a number of artist estates.
102-483 First Nations Way, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 7K2
The First Nations University Art Gallery offers artists of various genres an exhibition space within an institutional setting where art can be critically received, used as an educational device and viewed daily.