In cooperation with the Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre, the Arts Council is a presenter of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council's Arts on the Move program. Touring visual arts exhibits are available for viewing at the Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre on a regular basis with new exhibits being featured almost monthly.
The Shaunavon Arts Council is proud to be the owner of the community's grand piano which is situated in the Shaunavon Public School and is featured in at least two concerts each year.
The Arts Council is also the presenter of OSAC's Stars for Saskatchewan performing arts series. A delegation of Arts Council members attend the annual OSAC Showcase each October, where potential performers showcase their talent for Arts Councils to select from for their upcoming season.
Shaunavon Arts Council Web Page
2016/2017 Stars for Saskatchewan Concert Series:
Series Tickets Available at Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre
or online at Ticketpro
Adult: $85.00; Family: $170.00
Single Ticket Prices at the Door:
Adult: $30.00; Student: $10.00; 12 & under: $5.00
Fortunate Ones: Saturday, October 22, 2016, Centre Street United Church
The Lion, The Bear, The Fox: Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Centre Street United Church
Eric Harper: Saturday, February 18, 2017, Centre Street United Church
Lisa Brokop: Thursday, March 30, 2017, Plaza Theatre
Jake's Gift: Thursday, May 4, 2017, Centre Street United Church
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Centre Street United ChurchAfter generating impressive momentum on his own, Newfoundland’s Andrew James O’Brien found the perfect accelerant to add to his musical fire in vocalist/instrumentalist, Catherine Allan. Together, they are the Fortunate Ones. Andrew and Catherine’s earnest blend of acoustic folk/ pop and roots has been gaining them significant critical and popular praise. Bare-bones arrangements and delicate, quietly assured harmony, make their live shows so endearing and memorable. They perform with the open-heartedness of two people that live the songs that they sing; the vulnerability and closeness between Andrew and Catherine is palpable on stage during each and every performance, in effect positioning the audience as the Fortunate Ones.Visit the Fortunate Ones website.
The Lion, The Bear, The Fox
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Centre Street United ChurchLion Bear Fox took over 30 years to find each other, but it only took 30 days for Christopher Arruda (lion), Cory Woodward (bear) and Ryan McMahon (fox) to realize they were meant to join their voices as one. In May of 2012, the three men set out on tour together promoting their respective solo acts. Over conversations in front of campfires, during long nights in cheap hotels and in cold cabins, an unshakeable bond began to form. Something that had come together so naturally, so organically; simply had to be re-visited. A year later in 2014, the band was announced as a Peak Performance Project finalist. Fast forward to today and hundreds of concerts later and Lion Bear Fox demonstrate an uncompromising devotion to their chosen craft. A collection of intimate moments lived through audiences every night. Stompy blues, rock grooves and howling, unbridled passion can suddenly give way to hushed folk passages woven together by three whispers speaking as one.Visit The Lion, The Bear, The Fox website
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Centre Steet United ChurchAward Winning Flamenco Guitarist Eric Harper creates not only a unique sound all his own but his music is melodically entrancing, virtuosically ferocious and harmonically soul-stirring to the core. At his show, you can expect to see floor-stomping, guitar-scraping, rhythm-beating madness combined with a powerful, honey-dipped voice that will leave you touched, moved and inspired. He has four CDs that reflect his many styles: The Best of Eric Harper, A Very Timely Christmas, Rompera Madrugada and Ribeira. Eric is the winner of multiple awards including: the Yamaha Young Performing Artists Award and the Guitar Mania Contest 2014, and a finalist in the Morton Gould Composer Award and the Lennon Songwriting Competition.Visit Eric Harper's website.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Plaza TheatreAs one of the most nominated and award-winning female vocalists in Canadian country music history, Lisa Brokop will transport the audience back to the hey-day of country music as well as feature many of the hits that have made Lisa herself a favourite with audiences across North America. Buoyed by supporting multi-media imagery, Lisa will take the audience on an incredible musical journey featuring some of Patsy Cline’s most memorable songs including "Walkin’ After Midnight", "I Fall to Pieces", "Sweet Dreams" and "Crazy" woven in with some of Lisa’s top hits like "Better Off Broken".Visit Lisa Brokop's website.
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Centre Street United ChurchJake’s Gift is a surprisingly funny drama that tells the story of a Canadian WW2 veteran’s reluctant return to Normandy, France, for the 60th Anniversary of D-Day. While roaming the shores of Juno Beach, Jake encounters Isabelle, a precocious ten-year-old from the local village whose inquisitive nature and charm challenge the old soldier to confront some long ignored ghosts - most notably, the wartime death of his eldest brother, Chester, a once promising young musician. At its heart, Jake’s Gift is about the legacy of remembrance and makes personal the story behind one soldier’s grave. Since 2007, Juno Productions has toured this multi-award winning play to over 200 communities across Canada including international stops in the US, UK and to Normandy, France, for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day!Visit Jake's Gift website.