Arts & Culture

Bruce Sinclair: Adding some dramatic flair to storytelling at USask

Métis theatre artist and drama professor Bruce Sinclair is the USask Library's third Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

People of USask: Alana Pancyr

Fine arts graduate Alana Pancyr (BFA'13) is a multimedia artist and an actress in on-stage and on-screen productions

Welcome back to the Masquerade!

Performing ensembles include: U of S Jazz Ensemble Stone Frigate Big Band Saskatoon Youth Jazz Orchestra

Love Ethic

University Art Galleries and Collection
An exhibition featuring works by Joi Arcand, Amalie Atkins, Catherine Blackburn, Ruth Cuthand and Curtis Santiago

Manuel Axel Strain: Why does this land seem so small?

USask Art Galleries and Collection
Artwork confronting and undermining the imposed realities of colonialism

Kyle Beal and Anna Hawkins: day for night

USask Art Galleries and Collection
Artworks that point to the blurred lines between our public and private lives

USask offers musical time-travel with the Amati strings

University Affairs
Veronique Mathieu, the David L. Kaplan Chair in Music and associate professor of violin, has designed upcoming concerts featuring a set of nearly 400-year-old Italian instruments

Creativity in quarantine

The Green & White
The COVID-19 pandemic opened the floodgates of productivity for painter Marie Lannoo (BA’77)

Award-winning USask professor enjoys thriving artistic practice

Alison Norlen, a faculty member in the Department of Art and Art History, has been honoured with the title of distinguished professor

Signature areas of research help USask highlight its strengths

The university has provided $360,000 to nine teams to assist in developing and showcasing innovative interdisciplinary research, scholarly, and artistic work

Greystone Theatre: Terra Nova

The story of a race to the bottom of the Earth

Greystone Theatre: A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes

A quirky comedy about a family negotiating Thanksgiving festivities