Thanks arts lovers in the Weyburn, Shaunavon, Val Marie, Eastend and surrounding areas for adding your voices to our Vital Conversations on the Arts.
It was a full house! Thanks to everyone who came out to the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance’s (SAA) 2018 Community Forum and AGM on the cold and rainy day of Saturday, September 22.
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Interdisciplinary artists Krystle Pederson and Tomson Highway in conversation at the 2018 Arts Congress.
Interdisciplinary artist Adrian Stimson performs at the 2018 Arts Congress.
Read this month's Op-Ed by Saskatchewan Order of Merit Recipient and photographer Thelma Pepper as she shares how she found her passion: “We are all born to be creative, that is to do something with our hands or voice or with words.”
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Come talk about the arts & what matters to you! The SAA is hosting a Community Forum. Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery | May 2 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm | 601 Main Street
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The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance is hosting a Community Forum in Humboldt that will focus on the local arts community including artists, arts administrators, arts educators, and those simply interested in the arts. The facilitated questions will pinpoint the community's key needs/priorities, and critical issues.
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Our brains are organized by stories and images, not statistics.
Writing is an act of faith. I believe it's also an act of hope, the hope that things can get better than they are.
Making a living in the arts, though, creates so many jobs for other people.
The real function of artists is to give fresh vision to their own generation.
Dancing is the way I can express the things that cannot be said.
If you are creative, you get busier as you get older.
Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.
I feel strongly that the visual arts are of vast and incalculable importance. Of course I could be prejudiced. I am a visual art.
Kermit the Frog
I know how demanding the process of creation is.
After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
Well-written words are music.
Life is short, art is long...
I've always hid behind the music despite the fact that I have a huge personality. I'm thrilled that the music is bigger than me and will outlive and outlast me. It frees me up to take risks.
Every work of art which really moves us is in some degree a revelation.
I sing my sorrow and I paint my joy.
I see music as fluid architecture.
Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.
Music brings people together. So my function in anything I do is to help bring people closer in."
I’ve found that a song can be more effective than a 400-page textbook