Let the Estevan
Arts Council help you
explore & develop your creativity.
Join us for an art class or workshop –
investing in your creativity has its own rewards!
FREE Self-Guided Visual Arts Tour 2015
1. Souris Valley Museum
Hwy #39 W, Estevan
The Souris valley Museum is a regionalHeritage Mining Equipment.
2. Aaron Salamon
2035 Mayfair Bay, Estevan
Aaron wishes to engage the viewer withwhile showcasing the natural beauty of stone.
3. Cheryl Andrist
SW 16-1-8 W2
Cheryl’s Artwork relates to her surroundingsonto Hwy 18 for 6.5km; turn left (south) at the 1st grid road for 9.6km; turn left east) 4km to farm yard.
4. Estevan Pottery Club
Clay; Wheel Hand building
Art Room—Leisure Center
The Estevan Pottery Club is made up ofSundays and new members are always welcome.
5. Various Artists
Leisure Centre, Estevan
Estevan is a city full of artists but notof emerging artists work in the leisure centre just outside the Art Room.
6. Solar Studio Art Gallery
Estevan Shoppers Mall
461.9989 or 461.0132
Mall hours: 10am to 6pm
Solar Studio is a co-operative of localand buy art in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
7. Estevan Art Gallery and Museum
118-4th Street, Estevan
Friday 1pm-8pm, Saturday 1pm-4pm
The EAGM is pleased to present threeTradition, Catherine Blackburn and Katherine Boyer, OSAC and new works
by Eden Redman.
8. Lindsay Arnold
101 Ulster Ave., North Portal
Lindsay’s drawings and collages use humor toShe has exhibited her quirky narrative work throughout Saskatchewan and beyond.
9. Murray Arnold
101 Ulster Ave., North Portal
Murray has enjoyed rock hounding from an His interest grew from finding local stones on gravel roads to importing specialty specimens from around the world. He keeps rock tumblers, lapidary saws and grinders busy as he turns rough stones into jewelry.
10. Sheila Farstad
211 Park Ave., North Portal
Sheila is an intuitive expressionist, whose sense of playfulness and search for meaning “where she is at”, breeds some unique and colorful creations. Sheila has a working studio in the refurbished Minto School in North Portal.
Avoid disappointment and register
We have, in past, turned people away –
either because the class was full or because it was cancelled
due to low registration. It is true, we sometimes cancel
excellent courses, taught by great instructors, but only
because too many people wait until the last minute to
To cover the cost of running our classes,
we require a minimum number of students before a course
can run. In fairness to all, classes with less than the
minimum are cancelled a week prior to the first class.
How can you help? If planning to take a
particular class, please register sooner rather than later
and avoid being disappointed.
• Payment required at time of registration
• Separate cheque is required for each class because
of possible cancellation
• All cheques are payable to: Estevan Arts Council
• Low registration is just cause for the cancellation
of a program – fee will be refunded
• ALL classes in craft room of the Leisure Centre
unless otherwise stated.
Please check back and/or call the office
for further updates. 306.634.3942
The annual Adjudicated
Art Show offers emerging visual artists and
craftspeople the opportunity to exhibit their work, participate
in informational and hands-on workshops and to develop
skills through participating in critiques with professional
Further information and entry forms are available at the
EAC office in the Leisure Centre.
Brochure & Entry Form
Criteria for Selection
the spring of each year, art scholarships are offered
to students in grades 7 to 12 to assist them in their
pursuit of further training in their chosen art field
(drama, art, music, dance, etc) at a summer arts camp
or workshop. EAC is thankful to Beta Sigma Phi Sororities
and Meyers Norris Penny LLP for their support in this
The Estevan Art Council gratefully acknowledges the assistance
of the City of Estevan, Organization of Saskatchewan Art
Councils (OSAC), South East Connection Sport, Culture
and Recreation(SECSCR), Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund
for Sport, Culture and Recreation, Canadian Heritage and
Canada Council for the Arts for their support.