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now being installed ...
Violins: A Passion RevealedHuziak Violins at the Godfrey Dean Gallery
October 4 to November 15, 2014
Opening reception 2pm, Saturday Oct. 4
We're currently installing our next exhibition celebrating the handcrafted violins of Yorkton luthier James A. Huziak. Over 30 instruments will be on exhibit, along with specialty tools and forms used in the art, science and craft of making a violin.
Special Violin Concert - October 4th at 7pm
A selection of Huziak violins will be played in concert by the Ambiance Music Combo, featuring members of the Regina Symphony.
The performance takes place at St. Andrew's United Church in Yorkton. Visit www.huziak.ca for more information

OSAC Touring Exhibition
Fertile GroundFertile Ground at the Godfrey Dean Gallery
On now through September 23
The Development of Contemporary Ceramics in Saskatchewan, from the Collection of the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery. A selected survey of Saskatchewan Ceramics curated by Heather Smith.
"Since the 1960s there has been an explosion of craftspeople and artists working with clay in Saskatchewan. It is as if this movement sprang from nowhere, but actually there are some very good reasons why making art out of clay has been so successful here. The craft-focussed community education programming of the 1950s-era Saskatchewan Arts Board, the abundance of local clay, the network of provincial craft sales, the appreciative audience, and the interest in regional art in the 1970s have all played an important part." Heather Smith

Now closed ...
Joe Varro: TRACKSJoe Varro TRACKS
July 14 to September 14, 2014
Art of Railroading: paintings, drawings, prints and sketches from the 1940s and 1950s documenting working life on the railroad at the end of the steam era. As a young man, Joe Varro worked on the CPR, beginning during WWII and continuing through the 1950s when he left to continue his education and become an art teacher.
Never exhibited before, the work was assembled and curated by ceramic artist Vic Cicansky.


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