The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance (SAA) is partnering with the Art Gallery of Swift Current to host a community forum luncheon to bring artists and those with an interest in arts and culture together to share and discuss ideas.
Creative young minds in the southwest will have plenty of opportunities for cultural development and experimentation with Art Gallery of Swift Current's summer camps. Art camp will be offered to youths aged 10-16 from July 15-19, or July 22-26, and music camp is available for youths aged 14-18, from July 29-August 2.
A coffeehouse evening at Art Gallery of Swift Current on March 22 offered an opportunity for patrons to enjoy a night of great music, hors d'oeuvres, and a walk-and-talk tour of the exhibition with local artist Stephanie Kaduck. Kaduck's exhibition, Tome, will be presented until April 28.
Juno nominee Royal Wood will be bringing his catchy, honest blend of pop-folk music to Swift Current as the first performer in Blenders and Art Gallery of Swift Current's newest concert series, the Grand Piano Sessions, on March 8.
Art Gallery of Swift Current’s current exhibition opened Jan. 12, and presents a dialogue of energy through both clay pieces and photographs.