A History of Music in Humboldt
The Trapp Family brought the Sound of Music to Humboldt in the 1950s, but numerous local people have been making the sounds of “Humboldt” music for many years.
Photography by Greg Raskob
This exhibit features the photography of Greg Raskob who travelled the province capturing images of elevators - many of which are no longer in existence.
Photography from HCI Students
Currently on display at the Humboldt and District Gallery is "Through HCI's Eyes", a photography exhibit featuring the work of HCIs photography students.
Karen Holden and Mel Bolen
This exhibition of Mel Bolen’s landscape-inspired, salt glazed stoneware vessels and Karen Holden’s
01 to 23
Artist Trading Cards
This exhibit displays the private collections of Artist Trading Cards of five artists and gives visitors the chance to make and trade their own!
04 to 22
St. Peter's Fine Arts Department's annual show has now moved to the new Gallery space! This exhibit showcases the talents of the students studying painting and drawing at the college.
Watercolours by Bob Pitzel
Bob Pitzel, is a prairie watercolor artist who lives in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. He enjoys the strict discipline of watercolor and employs it to depict rural landscapes.
Here come the brides! Come in and see dresses the brides and bridesmaids of Humboldt and area have worn for more than 100 years.
06 to 23
OSAC Touring Exhibit
Curated by Zoe Schneider and organized by the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC)
Meacham Moonshine Gang: Ceramic Face Jugs
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