Art at the fore for Saskatchewan Legislature's 100th Anniversary
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Included in the expansive project is a stone carving, a comic strip, a fabric piece, a live performance and much more.
“It was a massive project,” said Heather Cline, one of the eight artists-in-residence. “It is very representative of where the art world is in 2012, which is people working in a diversity of mediums, old and new, and in very creative and contemporary ways.”
The unveiling will take place in the legislative building from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday. The event is open and free to the public and artists will be available to discuss their work.
“We hope lots of people come out to see the art and are excited by what they see,” said Laura Hale, the artist-in-residence coordinator who will also have a piece on display Wednesday.
Walter Scott to be immortalized with new statue
Art was in the air at the Legislative Building on Monday as Brad Wall announced a new statue for the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens. The statue is to memorialize Walter Scott, Saskatchewan’s first Premier and a father of confederation.
The project is part of the Legislative Building’s 100th anniversary and will be created by Shirley and Don Begg from Cochrane, Alberta.
Milan Lukes, 13, is slated to speak at a giant pumpkin growing seminar in St. Norbert just before next year’s growing season kicks off.