Arts & Culture

Arts and Science alumni, faculty win Saskatchewan Book Awards

Authors connected to the College of Arts and Science were honoured with eight awards on June 23

The art of reconciliation

University Affairs
University Affairs features 11 works by Indigenous artists installed at Canadian universities, including "anohc kipasikônaw / we rise / niipawi" at USask

College of Arts and Science renewing a vision for fine and performing arts at USask

New project will assess opportunities and needs related to organizational structure, infrastructure, community partnerships, and research, scholarly, and artistic work

USask awards inaugural ohpinamake Indigenous art prize

Winnipeg-based artist KC Adams will receive $10,000 and six other artists will receive $1,000

Museum of Antiquities acquires replica Sleeping Hermaphrodite sculpture

The 3D-printed piece was purchased with $25,000 in funding from a bequest gift

Deneh’Cho Thompson working to break down institutional barriers from within

University of Alberta
Thompson, a USask faculty member in drama, set out to change the systems that were hindering his artistic and academic progress

USask conductor leads National Youth Band

Dr. Darrin Oehlerking (DMA) and six students in the USask Wind Orchestra were chosen to join this year’s national band

USask graduate explores invisible illness through artwork

Gabby Da Silva will receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts (honours) degree in studio art during Spring Convocation

USask Indigenous studies graduates reflect on their education

Jazzlin Walker and Dylan Cooper will receive Bachelor of Arts degrees at Spring Convocation in June

USask student cast in new CTV comedy

Cheyenna Sapp has joined the cast of Acting Good, an upcoming scripted comedy series

Exploring what it means to be human

USask graduate Marley J. Duckett studied human beings, past and present, in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary

Everyday objects take on new meaning through the work of USask graduate and artist Julie Oh (BSc’07, BFA’09)