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Exhibition: Canada Three Sixty by Jannik Plaetner

Posted in Arts & Culture
Jul 5, 2017 to Jul 7, 2017

Photographs by Jannik Plaetner

Photography show highlights artist's travels
Jannik Plaetner (BFA'16) exhibition, Canada Three Sixty, presents work that celebrates the diversity of Canada – the land and its people. Plaetner’s travels are highlighted in this exhibit. Although he lives in Saskatoon, and thus can highlight his home province with greater ease, the exhibition dovetailed with Canada 150 celebrations as an exploration of the country’s great western terrain, from the coastal shores of British Columbia through to Manitoba’s infinite lakefronts. Read more about Plaetner and his work here.

When: July 3–7, 2017 | Reception: July 7, 7–10 p.m.
Where
: Gordon Snelgrove Gallery
191 Murray Bldg. University of Saskatchewan 3 Campus Dr.
Info: 306-966-4208  gordon.snelgrove@usask.ca   www.usask.ca/snelgrove

 

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