About Us

We offer 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, we have a range of classes offered by experienced artists who enjoy teaching and supporting students in their creative journeys.

Adult classes are open to everyone 16 years or older. We also have classes for children and youth aged 6-15, and some of our adult classes are also open to ages 12-15. Any affiliation to the University of Saskatchewan is not necessary nor required.

Winter 2023 Classes

Day Time Format Weeks Start Class Instructor
Mon 1-4pm Online 10 Jan 16 Acrylic Painting II Robin Adair
Mon 5:30-8:30pm Online 10 Jan 16 Principles and Elements of Design Robin Adair
Mon 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 16 Acrylic Painting I Athanasia Perdikaris
Mon 5:30-8:30pm Online 10 Jan 23 Painting I: Landscapes and Composition Craig Berry
Mon 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 16 Stained Glass I: Foil and Lead FULL Lenneke Verweij
Tue 1-4pm In-person 10 Jan 17 NEW Acrylic Painting I: Landscapes FULL Robin Adair
Tue 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 17 NEW Acrylic Painting II: Abstract Painting Robin Adair
Tue 5:30-8:30pm Online 5 Jan 17 Making the Most of Your Phone Camera Shona Iverson
Tue 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 17 Sculpture I Adrian Golban
Tue 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 17 Stone Carving I and II Adrian Golban
Tue 6-9:20pm In-person 9 Jan 17 Watercolour I Alison Montgomery
Tue 6-9pm In-person 5 Feb 28 Dyeing, Painting, and Embellishing Textiles Jill Cope
Wed 1-4pm Online 10 Jan 18 Acrylic Painting I Robin Adair
Wed 1:30-4:30pm Online 5 Mar 1 Sketching With Ink and Watercolour FULL Pat Katz
Wed 5:30-8:30pm Online 10 Jan 18 Drawing II: Portraits FULL Craig Berry
Wed  5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 18 Drawing I Cate Francis
Wed 5:30-8:30pm Online 10 Jan 18 NEW Acrylic Painting I: Landscapes FULL Robin Adair
Thu 1-4pm In-person 10 Jan 19 Drawing I Robin Adair
Thu 1-4pm Online 10 Jan 19 Drawing I Craig Berry
Thu 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 19 Photography I Shona Iverson
Thu 5:30-8:30pm In-person 10 Jan 19 Sculpture II and III Adrian Golban
Thu 5:30-8:30pm Online 5 Jan 19 My Story: The Mandala on Silk Wheel Bonny Macnab
Fri 5:30-8:30pm Online 10 Jan 20 Art Journaling I and II FULL Robin Adair

You can register online or by calling 306-966-5539 or 306-966-4355. Students can register up to the second class when spaces are available. 

Please note:

  • Our classes follow the USask COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Withdrawing from a class prior to the day of the first class will result in a refund minus a $75 administration fee. There are no refunds issued after the class start date.
  • We reserve the right to cancel classes when there is insufficient enrolment. In these cases, a full refund will be issued. Before buying supplies, please check enrolment numbers by clicking the Register Now button on the class webpage and/or contacting us for guidance.
  • We are unable to do transfers from one term to another term.
  • When classes are cancelled during the term, these hours are rescheduled and made up. However, we are unable to offer make-up classes for students who have missed a class.

For online classes:

  • Zoom links are sent out 1 day prior to class start date.
  • Classes are delivered live/synchronously through short lectures, demonstrations, time to work on projects, instructor feedback, and class sharing. Classes are not recorded.

Looking for credit/degree art classes? Visit the Department of Art and Art History.

Location and Parking

We are located in the Williams Building at 221 Cumberland Ave North. Washrooms are located on the second floor, and there is an elevator at the south end of the building.


Public parking in Lot 4651 directly behind and adjacent to the Williams Building is $2.00/hr Monday to Saturday, 7:30am to 10pm, and free on Sundays. Payment options are:

Permit parking passes are available in the evening and on the weekend for the W Lot plug-in spots between the Williams Building and the graduate student residences. The cost for a night permit is $50.00 per term for a single day per week, and $75.00 per term for multiple nights. To purchase a permit, go in person to Parking Services at 72 Campus Drive. 

The plug-in spots are for parking pass holders only and you will be ticketed if you park there without one.

Stay Up To Date

To get notices of upcoming classes and registration opening, subscribe to our e-newsletter or follow us on Facebook or Instagram.


Supply lists are found on the class pages. Please note that we reserve the right to cancel classes due to low enrolment, so please keep all your receipts in case you need to return items. Places to purchase supplies include:

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We appreciate the joy and benefits of doing art in community! Come join us and share your creations. You don't have to be a Community Arts and Artisanship student, everyone is welcome!

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