Saskatchewan Art Showcase

April 29, 2021

This message came from Earl Eidem who has helped coordinate the Wood division of this showcase in previous years. The Wool Emporium has also been active in accepting our pieces if we were unable to deliver them to the Ex. Here is a note from the Wool Emporium:


Hello Everyone.
The Saskatchewan Arts Showcase is going virtual this year and we are hoping to encourage as many people to participate are possible.  There will not be a judging component this year so that may entice some who are a little shy to show off what they can do.  The Creative Arts division is not limited to the traditional knitting, crochet, weaving, stitching, sewing, wood work, etc. but also jewellery, all kinds of paper work, leather work, beading and so much more.  Since you only need to attach your photos to the online application we are hoping more people from around the province will participate. 

Glenda Hudson
The Wool Emporium Inc.
On Behalf Of The Saskatchewan Arts Showcase


Click on the picture below if you want to submit pictures of your work.

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