Arts & Culture

The shape of music: USask artist and musicians explore human perception

A June 17 concert by the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra will be a multisensory experience

Opera, As In: Writing One

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

Delphine von Schauroth and the 19th-Century Woman Artist

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

Writing North: Tenacity

An annual writers’ festival hosted by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild and the USask MFA in Writing Program

material + time

Drawn from the University of Saskatchewan Art Collection, the exhibition presents divergent associations with structural modes, moving away from static moments towards an understanding of structure as an ongoing process of dissolution

Charlene Vickers: Big Blue Smudge

Charlene Vickers’ practice explores memory, healing and embodied connections to ancestral lands

Quill Violet Christie-Peters: spilling out, spilling over

Quill Violet Christie-Peters' work conceptualizes “spilling over boundaries” through Anishinaabekwe practices, moving beyond the material plane to a spiritual form of art-making

New scholarships will support USask students in fine arts, astronomy and environmental programs

The Gerald & Joan Johnson Endowed Student Award was created through a $100,000 gift to the College of Arts and Science

New USask short film highlights water security issues

“Water You Waiting For,” an animated video created by two USask students, is included in the BC Environmental Film Festival

USask PhD candidate studies Mandarin Chinese language acquisition among Saskatchewan children

Immigrant parents have a significant role to play in the maintenance and acquisition of heritage languages, said Qin Xiang, who defended her PhD thesis in November

USask researcher hosts theatre workshops to explore workplace harassment in health care

Theatre is a powerful tool because it generates a collective experience, says sociologist Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan (PhD)

Rock art found at Wanuskewin Heritage Park as four petroglyphs excavated

CBC Saskatoon
Professor Emeritus Dr. Ernie Walker (PhD) is pushing for Wanuskewin Heritage Park to be added to UNESCO's list of world heritage sites, the gold standard for cultural and scientific sites internationally