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About the Estevan Arts Council

We are governed by a 12-member board appointed by Estevan City Council. It was formed in 1967 by a City bylaw. Board meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month, except July and August. The Council is funded by grants, subscribers, patrons, fees, and donations. Estevan Arts Council is an affiliate of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils. However, we are always looking for volunteer members to serve on our board, committees or as paid instructors for visual arts classes.


AWARDS:
Art Scholarships
Adjudicated Art Show

Our Programs

We are moving boundaries.

We now accept Debit and Credit Cards (Square).

Estevan Concert Series

Promotes the arts by providing entertainment for all.

Koncerts for Kids

Promotes the arts by providing entertainment for the young and young at heart.

Energy City Film Circuit

EAC expanded to incorporate the medium of film (mainly Canadian & International) to their mandate of promoting the arts in the Estevan community.

Visual Arts

Promotes the arts by offering classes/workshops in drawing, painting, pottery, photography, stained glass and the list goes on!

The Estevan Concert series, powered by Stars for Saskatchewan, is proud to promote arts and culture by bringing excellent entertainment to the City of Estevan. Funded by the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Lotteries, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Estevan Concert Series is committed to providing the most enjoyable concert experience for everyone.

Visual Arts

Adjudicated art show. The art show is named in memory of Ev Johnson, who was a champion for the arts community in Estevan, and an awarded OSAC life member.

Ev Johnson Memorial Adjudicated Art Show 2018
This year’s art show winner: Regan Lanning
“They’re all pictures of myself or my family,” said Lanning, who manages three galleries in Weyburn. “I treat the pottery almost like a canvas. And then I paint upon it and then I do slip trailing as well. The blackout lines are done with clay slip which is basically like a clay sass that’s used primarily to glue pieces of pottery when they’re being built together.”
Photo Credit: Estevan Mercury


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