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Community Arts and Artisanship Program Graduation Exhibition

Posted in Arts & Culture, Students & Campus Life
Oct 15, 2019 to Oct 25, 2019

Work by Blanche Johnston will be featured as part of the Community Arts and Artisanship Program's Graduation Exhibition.

Exhibition dates: Oct. 15 - 25
Location: Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan
Reception: Oct. 18, 7 - 10 pm

Everyone is invited to come and view the graduating students' artwork and celebrate their success in completing their certificate program.

Featuring work by: Jill Cope, Faye Erickson, Blanche Johnston, Melissa Ketilson, Holly Mansell, Maureen McIntosh, Kelly Parker and Twyla Yobb

The University of Saskatchewan's Community Arts and Artisanship Program offers non-degree art classes and workshops in drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, metalwork, glass art, textiles and more. Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned artist looking to learn new skills, there is a range of classes available that are offered by experienced artists who enjoy teaching and supporting students in their creative journeys.

 

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