Fri November 1, 2019
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The beading in USask's Health Sciences is an expansion of Ruth Cuthand's work with the Indigenous Artist-in-Residence program of the University Art Galleries
Exhibition surveys Marie Lannoo’s artistic practice from the past five years, including recent painting, sculpture and installation
Prof. Lawrence Blough is the inaugural 2018-19 Structurist Fellow and recipient of a new Creative Research Grant from the University of Saskatchewan
Join the science outreach team in the Museum of Natural Sciences for free hands-on science fun for the whole family!
The USask Music Theatre Ensemble performs selected scenes and favourite arias
Elixir presents the first concert of its 2019-20 season with charming works for piano and strings
Reporting on an art-science research residency near Guadalajara, Mexico
The title of this community lecture is "Buddhist Reflections on Forgiveness"
Come safely witness a rare astronomical alignment: the planet Mercury passing across the face of the sun
Recognizing the military contributions and sacrifices of our university community
USask alumni Carissa Klopoushak (BMUS'04) and Ryan Cole (BED'09, MUSED'09) are returning to campus to share their musical gifts
This is an all-ages, family friendly event co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Science, USask Community Relations and Engagement, and Reconciliation Saskatoon
A facilitated discussion with filmmaker Richard Van Camp will follow the screening
Four famous Restoration actresses navigate their way through their precarious careers with wit, charm and spunk
The title of this community lecture is "A Writer's Life"
Featuring Billy-Ray Belcourt, Louise Halfe and Joshua Whitehead
Is it ethically consistent to be anti-suicide but pro-assisted dying?
Come and explore the wonders of the neuron with your psychology peers
The Greystone Singers and the University Chorus perform with guests from the Saskatoon Symphony Chamber Players
A talk by Dr. Justin Christensen (PhD) in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS)
Public talks by Department of History faculty members, followed by questions and discussion.
Come learn about a career in trade and innovation firsthand from the industry experts
A concert by the USask Wind Orchestra and special guests