Wanuskewin draws from traditional and contemporary artistic styles to curate a space that is inclusive. While the galleries feature art work from Northern Plains Indigenous artists, exploring diverse works is an important way to encompass past, present, and future artistic cultural interpretations.
As the only Indigenous-led and curated gallery in Saskatoon, Wanuskewin Galleries highlights work inspired by the blending together of art and science. The Galleries commits to an inclusive and decolonial approach, one that supports community, emerging and established Indigenous artistry, and one that endeavors to innovate cultural interpretations that both preserve and create anew.
Enclosing Some Snapshots – Artist Talks
Wanuskewin: A Sense of Place – OPENING RECEPTION
This exhibition is an exploration of the importance of the hunting seasons to Inuit peoples in Canada
Adrian Stimson, Wally Dion, Leah Dorion, Lori Blondeau
Biting Back: Our Cultural Resilience
The art exhibit will be a collection of wearable art that will be displayed on mannequins to host a fully embodied presentation.
Lori Blondeau: Artist in Residence
Interdisciplinary artist Lori Blondeau (Cree/Saulteaux/Métis from Gordon First Nation)
Leah Marie Dorion: Artist in Residence
Showcasing artist Leah Marie Dorion.
Ancient Pathways, A Bison Biography: Presented by SaskTel
A travelling exhibit exploring the past, present and future of this North American mammal
Apr 13, 2023
APRIL 21, 2023, Olivia Gallery– On April 21st, to wrap up the exhibition Enclosing Some Snapshots:…
Opening Reception and Artist Talks
APRIL 18, 2023, Greg Yuel Gallery– We are holding an opening reception for Wanuskewin: A Sense…
Feb 28, 2023
News Release Yuel Family Partnership with Galleries
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT MARCH 22, 2023, Wanuskewin Heritage Park– Olivia & Greg Yuel made a special…
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A digital archive of our collection will be available soon.
Collection Donation Items
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