Saskatoon is a city in Saskatchewan, Canada. A city infused by a lively ambiance, friendly hospitality and rich, diverse cultural experiences. Check out four museums you must visit when you’re in the city.
Opened to the public in 2017, Remai Modern considers itself as a leading art institution with a mandate to enable and present transformative artwork. It has 2 permanent collections: the Picasso collection and Mendel Collection, specializing in Canadian art. Alongside these, the program includes exhibitions, film screenings, talks, and art events, on and off-site.
Kenderdine Art Gallery
One of the galleries at the University of Saskatchewan, and home to the university’s permanent collection. The gallery hosts Augustus Kenderdine’s collection as well as supports emerging artists working in a wide range of genres.
Founded in 2003 as a resource center and gallery primarily for lens-based art (photography and film) Paved Arts is an artist-run and a not-for-profit organization. It is there to support the work of local artists, and contribute to the development of the local community and quality of work.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park Galleries
Sitting in a cultural center located 5km from Saskatoon and dedicated to the local indigenous communities, a visit to the galleries would offer an accurate representation of indigenous artists working in all genres. The work exhibited is both traditional and contemporary artwork, and the emphasis is put on indigenous self-representation in art.