Arts & Culture

Jeanette Lynes on finding play in the rigours of writing fiction

The director of the USask MFA in Writing Program will judge the Literary Fiction category for the 2024 Rakuten Kobo Emerging Writer Prize

USask supports new music, community organizations

A unique research grant helped create new compositions for a concert supporting an important cause

USask announces 2024 Images of Research contest winners

Winning submissions included images from projects in the Departments of Art and Art History, and Biology,

Alumni Book Nook: Robert James Clark (BA’85, ARTS’87)

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USask graduate Robert James Clark is the author of "Fiendish Crime: A True Story of Shell Shock and Murder"

International film festival showcases USask student video work with ‘Focus on Canada’

International film festival based in Germany featured Art and Art History student works

USask, City of Saskatoon researching sustainable theatre strategies

A joint project between USask and the City of Saskatoon will explore best practices for creating sustainable and shared resources

USask student thrilled to compose for Wind Orchestra

The USask Wind Orchestra will premiere a piece written by Samuel Dmyterko

Eight songs that ‘inspire inclusion’ on International Women’s Day

USask Women’s and Gender Studies Program faculty members give their song recommendations

An urban elder’s journey: The role of tradition, community, and education

Dr. Linda Young (BA'94, BFA'98, MEd'20, PhD'23) is the first USask PhD candidate to earn her doctorate through Conversation

‘A pioneer as a female artist’: New exhibition celebrates Sask. painter’s landscape legacy

USask graduate Wynona Croft Mulcaster (BA'43) found inspiration on the Canadian prairies and in Mexico

'Incredibly colourful and bold and a bit wild': Exhibit celebrates the art of Wynona Mulcaster

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In the Kenderdine Art Gallery exhibition NONIE, legacy and innovation take centre stage