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Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5
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April 2018

NO. I do not speak Cree.

April 28 - June 24
Art Gallery of Swift Current, 411 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5
The Phone Call - Artwork by Audrey Dreaver

NO. I do not speak Cree is an exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures that expresses and examines artist Audrey Dreaver’s experience with Cree language loss and considers whether her inability to speak Cree means that she is less Cree.

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June 2018

Dimensions 2017

June 30 - September 2
Art Gallery of Swift Current, 411 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5

Dimensions is the Saskatchewan Craft Council’s open, juried, touring exhibition of Saskatchewan Fine Craft. This dynamic exhibition features 35 carefully selected works in a wide variety of craft media.

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September 2018

Retaille by Joe Fafard

September 8 - October 28
Art Gallery of Swift Current, 411 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5
Sculpture by Joe Fafard

Retaille offers an insight into Fafard’s exploration of the laser-cut process and his creative renderings of its by-products. This show presents a collection of laser-cut and welded metal sculptures along with embossed and woodcut prints.

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Public Reception & Artist Talk for Retaille Exhibition

September 21 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Art Gallery of Swift Current, 411 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5

Reception 7pm to 10pm with Artist Talk at 7:30pm
Meet Artist Joe Fafard as he discusses his work in the Retaille Exhibition.
Admission is Free.

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November 2018

Keepsakes of Conflict

November 3 - December 30
Art Gallery of Swift Current, 411 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5
Artwork from Keepsakes of Conflict

The 100th anniversary of the First World War has been an opportunity to examine the little studied area of Canadian craft related to war. Trench art is a tradition of creating wartime souvenirs that date back to the early eighteenth century and which continue to this day.

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