Arts & Culture

Nuit Blanche features College of Arts and Science artists

More than 40 students, alumni, faculty and staff are part of the annual contemporary arts festival

By Heart: A Talk about Memorizing Poetry

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

Department of Music Open House

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

Obituary: Nik Semenoff

Nik Semenoff was an artist and professor emeritus of the Department of Art and Art History

Inside the String Quartets of Murray Adaskin

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

Action and Gesture: A Classical Pianist’s Guide to Prescriptive Notation

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

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

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

Women in Leadership: Carla Orosz wants the theatre to be a welcoming place

“Build relationships with each other and truly do some deep listening,” says the Department of Drama head

USask Symphony Orchestra concert

Conductor Shah Sadikov will lead the new University of Saskatchewan Symphony Orchestra during its first concert of the 2022-23 academic year

Rare instruments see light of day with new series, Discovering the Amatis

The University of Saskatchewan’s quartet of historic Amati string instruments are featured in a four-concert series launching Sept. 11

Discovering the Amatis: Concert Series

An Amati string instruments performance featuring Robert Koenig, Véronique Mathieu and friends