University of Saskatchewan Art Galleries and Collection

University of Saskatchewan Art Galleries and Collection

Sandra Brewster: Take a Little Trip, 2023, solo exhibition at University of Saskatchewan College Art Galleries, installation view. Curated by Leah Taylor. Photograph by Carey Shaw.

107 Administration Place
Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 5A2
Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–4pm,
Saturday 12–5pm
T +1 306 966 4571

The University of Saskatchewan Art Galleries and Collection make public historical and contemporary art and creative practices that confront the urgent and critical matters of our time, whether they be social, political, aesthetic, intellectual, environmental or cultural in nature.

We are local and planetary in our scope and outlook, guided by relationality. While the galleries are tasked to animate the creative environment of the University in an interdisciplinary spirit of provocation and inquiry, they are also necessarily permeable spaces that foster reciprocal exchange with community in civic, territorial and national reach, and beyond.

Collectively, the galleries – Kenderdine Art Gallery, College Art Galleries and Gordon Snelgrove Gallery – along with our collection, serve as an autonomous cultural research institution within the University, dedicated to intellectual exploration and freedom of expression, fostering open debate and dialogue.

We are fully committed to the principles and Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and participate in co-creating the future these calls seek. Access for all is fundamental to a public art gallery and critical to the inquiry we undertake. We recognize the importance of the past as it shapes the present and future and affirm our obligation to interpret and interrogate our collective memory.

Our mission is to engage the communities we are in relation with through artistic production, dissemination, and collection in response to the urgent, emergent, and vital matters of our time. Our offerings will be determined through a critical evaluation of relevancy, will seek reciprocity, and aim for resonance. 


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