Art Dates & Locations

July 1st – August 31st

Victoria Park and
Diefenbaker Park
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Michel Huneault

Before devoting himself full time to photography in 2008, Huneault worked for over ten years in the international development field, a profession that took him to over twenty countries, including one full year spent in Afghanistan. Michel holds a MA in Latin American Studies from UC Berkeley, researching on the role of collective memory in large scale traumatic recovery. At Berkeley and then in NYC, he was a student and assistant of Magnum photographer Gilles Peress. His practice - often mixing photography with immersive elements - focuses on development and humanitarian issues, on personal and collective traumas, and on complex geographies. Michel received the 2015 Lange-Taylor Prize for his work on the Lac-Mégantic catastrophe — published as a monograph by Schilt — and the 2016 Travers Fellowship to continue his research on migration. Intersection, a new project documenting the crossing of asylum seekers coming to Canada from the USA, is being adapted as a virtual reality experience to be released by the National Film Board of Canada in 2018.

Michel Huneault was curated by AKA.





Saturday to Monday

Tuesday to Friday

PAVED Arts is mandated is to support local, regional and national artists working in the ‘PAVED’ (photographic, audio, video, electronic, digital) arts by operating an access and production centre for media and new media creation, while simultaneously operating a presentation centre that exhibits and disseminates contemporary visual, media and new media art in time-based, gallery, and off-site modes.

PAVED Arts is a non-profit, artist-run centre for production, presentation, research and dissemination of contemporary media arts. PAVED Arts is located at 424 20th Street in the heart of Saskatoon’s core neighbourhood. We have over 3000 square feet of galleries, offices, production suites, a library and a multipurpose event space. Our presentation facilities include a 1200 square foot main gallery space, an adjacent, acoustically-separated media gallery, and a programmable (50′ wide x 14.75′ high) billboard space mounted onto the front facade of our building.


Art Dates & Location

July 6th – August 11th

424 20th St W
Saskatoon, SK   S7M 0X4
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Laura St. Pierre

Laura St. Pierre's installations, sculptures, public works and photography have been exhibited throughout Canada and abroad. St.Pierre earned undergraduate degrees at UBC and the U of A, and completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at Concordia University in Montreal. She has received arts grants from the Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Quebec, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and the Canada Council. Exhibitions in 2018 include "Winter Garden" at VivianeArt (Calgary), "The Museum of Future History" and the Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina), "La vie fragile" (Montreal), and a new video project at PAVED Arts (Saskatoon) as part of the Roadside Attractions series developed by the the Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina).

Laura St. Pierre was curated by PAVED Arts.




Sâkêwêwak First Nations ARTISTS' COLLECTIVE Inc.


Saturday and Sunday

Monday to Friday

Sâkêwêwak First Nations Artists' Collective Inc. is Regina's Hub for Contemporary Indigenous Art Production, Presentation and Education. Sâkêwêwak is a Plains Cree word meaning, "they are emerging" or "they are coming into view". During the collective's formative period, the name was chosen to reflect the community's vision for an organization that would support the emergence of new challenges identifying current and historical reference points and exploring contemporary artistic concerns. Sâkêwêwak envisions a dynamic community of diverse artists who stimulate, share, exchange, engage and support the development of self-determined Indigenous art in a welcoming collaborative environment. Our mandate is to ensure that Indigenous artists within the city of Regina and surrounding areas are consistently provided with the space and environment that allows them to develop their self-determined artistic practices through critical exchange with their peers and audiences


Art Dates & Location

July 7th – August 31st

Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Penner Rd
Saskatoon, SK   S7K 3J7
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Mary Longman

Mary Longman (Aski-Piyesiwiskwew) was born in Fort Qu’Appelle and is a Saulteaux band member of Gordon First Nation. She is an established artist who has been exhibiting nationally and internationally over a course of twenty seven years. Her artistic genres are sculpture/installation, drawing, digital media and book illustration. Her fine art has been exhibited in the most prestigious galleries in North America. Longman’s fine art works are in the collections of the McKenzie Art Gallery, Mendel Art Gallery, Kamloops Art Gallery, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council for the Arts and University of Saskatchewan. Mary Longman is a professor of Studio Art and Aboriginal Art History, and has held senior academic positions as Dean at the White Mountain Academy of Arts in Elliot Lake, Ontario and Department Head of Fine Art at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in Merritt, BC. She continues to actively exhibit her art work.

Mary Longman was curated by Sâkêwêwak.