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Sask. Permanent art collection seeks Indigenous art

Call to Indigenous artists: Purchasing artwork
SK Arts' Permanent Collection is inviting Indigenous artists to supply objects such as moccasins, mittens and gloves, hats and other non-ceremonial clothing items to part of the collection.

SK Arts’ Permanent Collection is seeking work by Indigenous artists in Saskatchewan.

The agency is looking for objects such as moccasins, mittens and gloves, hats and other non-ceremonial clothing items, bags and carrying cases, lanyards, dolls, medallions, earrings, necklaces and other jewelry, sashes, weaving, blankets, cushions, rugs and related home décor.

For more information, visit SK Arts' website at The deadline to start an application is Oct.18.

The SK Arts Permanent Collection is a comprehensive collection of Saskatchewan visual art. This collection includes approximately 3,000 works of 750 artists, and represents the work of the province's artists over the past seven decades.

The collection contains everything from paintings, drawings, textiles, prints, photographs and sculptures.

Artwork from the collection is frequently included in exhibitions throughout the province and country, is loaned to organizations, and is also rented to workplaces through the collection's art rental program.