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Bunkhouse project, giving local artists a platform

Bunkhouse project, giving local artists a platform

A Saskatchewan Arts Board grant funded the Bunkhouse project
Author applies personal history to military-based novel

Author applies personal history to military-based novel

Reclusive author weaves tale of intrigue in the Canadian navy
Children will delight in adventures of a chickadee and a baby dragon

Children will delight in adventures of a chickadee and a baby dragon

SaskBooks: Familiar landmarks bring story close to home
Bunkhouse project gives Million chance to improve craft

Bunkhouse project gives Million chance to improve craft

Julia Million used to live in Alberta, British Columbia, and Nova Scotia before settling in the city of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan.
This is where the healing begins

This is where the healing begins

“It’s not a dance. It’s a way of life.” - Terrance Littletent, Hoop Dancer
Saskatoon artist wants to create awareness through her paintings

Saskatoon artist wants to create awareness through her paintings

Kas Rea aims to further promote the important role of wildlife in our society
Reception wraps up installation art show

Reception wraps up installation art show

Keep On Going’ by Victor and Frank Cicansky next show
New film from past Yorkton Film Festival participant

New film from past Yorkton Film Festival participant

'Brotherhood' a harrowing tale of survival
Indigenous musicians remain positive despite pandemic

Indigenous musicians remain positive despite pandemic

Falynn Baptiste and Yvonne St. Germain kept things in perspective despite the pandemic
RIFFA: Sask. film follows three teens navigating rodeo circuit, coming-of-age story

RIFFA: Sask. film follows three teens navigating rodeo circuit, coming-of-age story

A new documentary from Sask. filmmaker Kristin Catherwood explores the complexity of teens competing in the rodeo circuit in a big transitional period of their lives.