The final weekend of the SCC Pop-Up Gallery takes place during the month-long, national event Culture Days, which runs from September 24th to October 24th.

Culture Days is a national celebration of arts and culture. Culture Days’ programs invite the public to get hands-on and behind-the-scenes to highlight the importance of arts and culture in our communities. In light of COVID-19, this year’s celebrations have been extended to a 4-week run held indoors, outdoors and online.

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Nuit Blanche YXE

SCC Gallery and the SCC Pop-Up Gallery will both be open as part of Nuit Blanche YXE from 7 pm to midnight on Saturday, September 26th. 

Nuit Blanche is a global art movement that arrived in Saskatoon in 2014 with programs and a festival held annually ever since. Overtaking multiple venues and city streets throughout Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods, Nuit Blanche Saskatoon features projections, sculptural installations, performance, music, theatre, and other forms of contemporary art that wow festival-goers late into the evening. The festival gives attendees of all ages a chance to enjoy and engage with Saskatoon’s thriving arts scene. It offers the unique experience of exploring Saskatoon’s public spaces late into the night in a safe and fun environment.

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Visit the SCC Gallery to engage with interactive exhibition, Touch the Conversation, by Grace Han. This captivating exhibition creates a thoughtful melding of Canadian life and Korean tradition. Challenging the concept of ceramics as fragile, large scale stools present as robust, strong, and resilient. Viewers are invited to touch, move, and create their own path through a network of ceramic objects. 

Just across the street, SCC Pop-Up Gallery, located at the former Foster’s Shoes storefront, features artwork by 40+ local artists that will be on display as part of Art Now: Saskatchewan Fine Art Fair.

SCC Gallery and the SCC Pop-Up Gallery will both be open as part of Nuit Blanche YXE from 7 pm to midnight on Saturday, September 26th.