GALLERY HOURS

Sunday
closed

Monday to Friday
11:00am–5:00pm

Saturday
1:00–4:00pm

Godfrey Dean Art Gallery provides people in the Yorkton region, and their visitors, a meaningful engagement with visual arts. The purpose of the gallery is to increase the visual literacy level of all people living in the Yorkton region, to increase their aesthetic appreciation and enjoyment of art, and to provide educational development opportunities for artists. Public programming at Godfrey Dean Art Gallery responds to the cultural diversity of the Yorkton community. As the only professionally-operated public art gallery within a 150 km radius of Yorkton, the Godfrey Dean Gallery curates, exhibits and promotes the work of local, provincial and national contemporary artists. Through workshops and diverse public programming, the gallery strives to fulfill its mandate to educate, entice and challenge our region within the realm of visual literacy.

Always embracing change, Godfrey Dean Art Gallery opens exhibits every six to eight weeks. It also welcomes community organizations and schools, and performers and musicians to contribute to the artistic climate of the gallery. Godfrey Dean Art Gallery itself is an exhibit of imaginative thinking in a contemporary rural society.

 

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Art Dates & Location

Dates:
July 3rd – August 31st

Location:
Godfrey Dean Art Gallery
49 Smith Street East
Yorkton, SK   S3N 0H4
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Kelly Litzenberger

Based in Vancouver from 2004–2010 Kelly Litzenberger served as both the Art Director and the Editor of Concrete Skateboarding Magazine, Canada’s longest running skateboard publication. A greater portion of Kelly’s 20s were spent operating Revolution Snow and Skate (1998-2004) the first action sports retail store in Yorkton. Raised in the South East Saskatchewan communities of Melville and Yorkton, Kelly grew up skateboarding, riding BMX and playing records amongst a generation of farmers. Kelly is an accomplished photographer and his images are used in print media and online publications in Saskatchewan and across Canada. Kelly is also part of the new generation of LEGO builders that source parts from the worldwide community to create unique architectural renderings. He takes pride in seeing new and memorable ideas come to life.

Kelly Litzenberger was curated by Godrey Dean Art Gallery.