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Mon September 19, 2022

Today's Events

Building That Bright Future: Finnish North Americans in Soviet Karelia

Sep 19, 2022

In the 1930s, 6,500 Finns from Canada and the United States moved to Soviet Karelia to build a new workers’ society

Ongoing Events

Anna Plesset: Various Records

Sep 16 - Dec 16, 2022

The exhibition, curated by Leah Taylor, will be held at the Kenderdine Art Gallery on the University of Saskatchewan campus

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Upcoming Events

Andréanne Godin: Si Bleu Qu'est Notre Temps / As Blue As Our Time

Sep 23 - Dec 16, 2022

In this exhibition at College Art Gallery 1, the forest becomes a psychic space

From Roots to Branches: The Roles of Tradition, Spirituality and the Other in my Music

Sep 23, 2022

A talk by Christos Hatzis in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS)


Sep 23 - Dec 16, 2022

This exhibition in College Art Gallery 2 explores foodstuffs and landscapes in post-industrial spaces

Book Launch: Listening to the Fur Trade

Sep 27, 2022

A new book by Dr. Daniel R. Laxer (PhD) reveals histories of sound and music in an era before sound recording

By Heart: A Talk about Memorizing Poetry

Sep 28, 2022

A talk by Dr. Lisa Vargo (PhD) in the Literature Matters series

Different number of bidders in sequential auctions

Sep 28, 2022

A talk by Dr. Hikmet Gunay (PhD), University of Manitoba

Astronomy Night: Sleaford Observatory Open House

Oct 1, 2022

Come see the wonders of the universe through the telescopes at the Sleaford Observatory

Driven! The ultimate resiliency formula

Oct 4, 2022

Join USask graduate Kendal Netmaker (BA'11, BEd'11) for a presentation at the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

Greystone Theatre: The Margin of the Sky

Oct 12-22, 2022

Stewart Lemoine’s fish-out-of-water story about a Canadian playwright

Craig Campbell: Anxious Documents of Great Precision

Oct 14-28, 2022

A Studio Intensive workshop exploring the shared taskscapes of ethnography, documentary photography and contemporary art

The Composer as Process, or: For a Music History Without Protagonists

Oct 14, 2022

A talk by Fabio Morabito in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS)

Department of Music Open House

Oct 15, 2022

Thinking of studying music at USask? Get to know the department

LinkedIn Masterclass

Oct 18, 2022

Learn how to make the most of LinkedIn as you search for jobs and build a career