Exhibition Schedule

Our aim is to provide 6 – 8 exhibitions of SCC member’s work throughout the year.

The SCC Gallery is located on the main floor of the SCC Office building — 813 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon, SK. The SCC Gallery is open from 10 am – 5 pm Monday to Saturday, open until 8 pm on Thursdays. Closed Sundays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Good Friday, and Remembrance Day.

For more information on showing your work in the SCC Gallery, check out Exhibitions Proposals.

PLEASE NOTE: Many items displayed on the Current Exhibition page are for sale. Purchase from our Online Gallery Shop, directly from the Gallery, or call 306.653.3616 ext: 0 with your credit card information.

Prairie Woven – From Utilitarian Roots to Contemporary Art

September 16 – October 28, 2017

Reception: Friday, September 22, 7 – 9 pm

Presentation by Mary Underwood: Saturday, September 23, 2 pm

This exhibition features contemporary works and demonstrations by the Saskatoon Spinners & Weavers Guild and fibre artists of Saskatchewan, as well as historical information and artifacts that reflect the importance of the Searle Grain Company weaving initiative to the daily lives of prairie women and their families.


Wearable Art 3

November 4 – December 2, 2017

Reception: Friday, November 17, 7 – 9 pm

An exhibition of handcrafted fashion, where reduce, reuse recycle meets foliage, frills, fantasy and tongue-in-cheek fun! View swinging cord pieces, elaborate corsets and statuesque headpieces. Creations by international, national, and local artists.


December 9 – January 20, 2018

Reception: Friday, December 8, 7 – 9 pm

Artist Talk: Saturday, December 9, 2 pm

Saskatchewan-born, Montreal-based artist, Shelley Miller, will show works from her two recent series using the tradition of quilting and patchwork in new conceptual ways. These works all continue her interest in aggrandizing craft practices, bringing domestic references out of the home and into the public realm. The play between micro and macro scale also address the value dichotomy traditionally associated between high art vs low art (art vs craft).