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Art Instructors:

Cecelia Elizabeth - Riverhouse Studio Gallery - https://riverhousegallery.com/studio-classes

Cecelia Elizabeth is a local artist who has studied under many international artists. She is always happy to share information gleaned from these other artists in many mediums. Her mission statement: To bring joy into the world through her art. Cecilia Elizabeth offers a variety of painting classes for all levels of expertise. Weekly Watercolour Classes: These 10 week sessions are offered in with start dates in the Fall, Winter and Spring. Both afternoon and evening timeslots available (FLEXIBILITY to move between timeslots if your schedule is odd and unusual). Options for Beginner, Novice and Intermediate level painters. Check out the Riverhouse Studio Gallery website for more information about classes and workshops.

Gail Adams School of Art - http://www.gailadamsartschool.com

Gail Adams School of Art has been offering the highest quality of art instruction to children and adults since 1980. The studio was established by Gail Adams and is now owned by her long-time student and business partner, Carey-Lynn Link. The art school offers a variety of programming for artists of all ages and ability levels from Preschool to adults. Weekly classes are offered in two semesters, generally beginning in September & February. These include both General Art classes & a wide variety of Specialized art classes for all ages. General Art classes are also available in Warman & Martensville. We also offer a variety of day camps for children during Easter & Summer break.

George Glenn: http://www.glennart.com

George Glenn was born in Regina and grew up in the prairie cities of Regina, Winnipeg and Calgary. He started to paint seriously in grade seven, progressing through a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours), University of Manitoba (1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba) and a Master of Fine Arts, University of Cincinnati (1974, Cincinnati, Ohio). He has been teaching drawing and painting since 1975 and has been a session instructor for the University of Saskatchewan since 1981.

U of S Department of Art and Art History: http://www.arts.usask.ca/art

Explore the study and practice of visual art. Develop your creative talents through printmaking, drawing, painting, digital imaging, sculpture, photography and extended media. Study the history of art through courses in Canadian art, Aboriginal art history, European architecture, Renaissance works, 19th Century visual culture and photographic history. A degree in Art & Art History is a great start for students interested in careers in visual art, design, architecture, film, curatorial work, education, university teaching, arts administration and art conservation. Students with a U of S degree in Studio Art or Art History are prepared to pursue graduate studies here and around the world. At the U of S, students can work toward a graduate degree in painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography and inter-media. Graduates of the Master's of Fine Arts program have many career options to choose from as well. The Department also offers special-case Master’s studies in Art History.

U of S Community Art Program - USCAD: http://artsandscience.usask.ca/noncredit/communityart/adultclasses.php

The Community Art Program provides skilled instruction in a variety of traditional, fine craft, and digital studio areas. For creative adults and children with various experience and goals. Register online or call 306-966-5539. Courses in the Community Art Program are open to everyone; however, we are no longer accepting new enrolments in the certificate option. For more information, visit the FAQ page or contact program coordinator Jasmin Fookes or call 306-966-5530.

USCAD is for you if:

  • You want to develop skills in art and design without pursuing a degree or,
  • You want to take a program that prepares you for degree studies in the arts and would like to develop foundational skills and a portfolio first,
  • You don’t want to leave Saskatchewan to enrol in an art and design college,
  • You prefer structured learning environments where courses are linked and knowledge is enhanced through continuity.

Cecelia Jurgens: http://www.ceceliajurgens.com

Cecelia Jurgens is an elected member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour. She is also an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Cecelia is best known for her contemporary paintings, celebrating colour and light. She has been in group shows since 1987, and solo shows since 1998. In 2001 the Deputy Chief of Protocol for the Provincial Government commissioned Cecelia to do six paintings which were presented as gifts to International Dignitaries from the Province of Saskatchewan. Her work is in private, public, and corporate collections across Canada, the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, Russia and Africa. Since 1999, Cecelia has been teaching Art Workshops. These workshops vary from Basic Drawing, Beginner Watercolour, Intermediate and Advanced Watercolour, Fun with Acrylic, and Ink and Watercolour Sketchbook Workshops. In 2004, Cecelia began her Sketchbook Workshop Adventure Tours! These Sketchbook Adventure Tours have taken place in Italy - Rome, Tuscany and Umbria regions; England - Windsor, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cotswold Villages and the Lake District; South America - Chile, the Andes, and Argentina; Western Canada - the Hoodoos and Rockies; France - Paris and Provence area; Spain, Portugal, and Marrakech, Morocco; Greece - Athens, Mykonos, and Santorini, Canada's Newfoundland, a European fairytale tour featuring Amersterdam, the Black Forest & the Alsace, and again to Italy to discover its dramatic Amalfi Coast. In 2015 Cecelia looks forward to returning to South America to enjoy Argentina - concentrating on Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls and Salta!

Art Organizations:

Remai Modern - Saskatoon's Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art: https://remaimodern.org/

Saskatchewan Craft Council : http://www.saskcraftcouncil.org

CARFAC Saskatchewan: http://www.carfac.sk.ca

CARFAC Canada: http://www.carfac.ca

AKA artist run centre: http://akaartistrun.com/

PAVED Arts and New Media: http://www.pavedarts.ca

SCYAP (Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming Inc.): http://www.scyapinc.org/

Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association: Hosts of the annual Reflections of Nature Art Show and Competition - http://saskwildlifeart.blogspot.com/

SaskGalleries (Saskatchewan Professional Art Gallery Association): http://www.saskgalleries.ca/

Nuit Blanche Saskatoon: http://www.nuitblanchesaskatoon.ca/#nbyxe16

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