Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre
Market at the Museum
New Vendors Welcome!
Vendor tables cost $10 per week - Our Market is open to ANYONE who wants to sell ANYTHING!
For more information or to reserve your table, call the Grand Coteau Centre Museum at 306-297-3882.
Download the Vendor Information & Application Form.
Public health guidelines will be followed to protect our customers and vendors from contracting COVID-19.
For guideline details visit this Government of Saskatchewan webpage.
In the Gallery
Frank & Victor Cicansky: Keep on Going
September 1 to 23
This exhibition features paintings & craft objects of folk artist, Frank Cicansky, in dialogue with ceramics & sculptural work of his son, renowned artist Victor Cicansky.
"Keep on going" was a common phrase of Frank Cicansky. It spoke of his sheer determination to persevere through life’s many challenges. This determination, a strong work ethic, a love for making things and a deep connection to the land, were values that he passed on to his children—which is evident in the work of his son, Victor Cicansky, whose art forms reflect his own connections to his heritage and the place and land where he grew up.
This exhibition is generously sponsored by SaskCulture/SaskLotteries
From September 1 to October 26, anyone with a smartphone will be able to screen Moving Pictures, a program of short video artworks by Saskatchewan artists curated by Sandee Moore for The Art Gallery of Regina (AGR) using a free app to activate posters located in public spaces throughout Shaunavon and across the province. Moving Pictures allows viewers to play short video artworks by Saskatchewan artists by viewing a poster through their smartphone camera.
Artivive, the free app that makes this project possible, is so easy to use that it is downright magical. The AGR has produced five posters that include a "trigger image" provided by the artist. When viewed through a smartphone camera using the free Artivie app, the image signals Artivive to play the video, including sound, as an overlay seen on the user's screen.
Each poster includes easy to follow instructions:
1. Download the free Artivive app from the App Store or Google Play.
2. Open the Artivive App.
3. Position the trigger image to fill your smartphone screen.
4. Pull back without losing the image. Headphones recommended!
Moving Pictures presents video works from artists from many communities throughout Saskatchewan and adjoining treaty territories to paint a complex portrait of Saskatchewan, its land and its people and their languages and their experiences:
Dennis Jackson - Journey Through Fear
stop motion animation, 5:56 minutes
Heidi Phillips & Ian Campbell - The Wild
found 35mm film and digital video, 1:16 minutes
Theo Pelmus with Kristin Snowbird - Adam and Eve Salteaux
Digital video, 2:57 minutes
Graeme Patterson - Lafleche vs Woodrow 1972
stop-motion animation SD video, 4:08 minutes
Lindsay Arnold - The Messenger
stop motion animation, 1:26 minutes
Centre Street: Pocket Park, Plaza Theatre windows, Grand Coteau Centre front lawn
Shawnee Hall bulletin board
For more information visit the Art Gallery of Regina website.
Photograph Archives Online
High resolution digital files of these images are available for purchase from the Grand Coteau Centre. Please contact us for ordering information.
Click here to view the photograph archives online.
Frank's Fabulous FUDGE!
Due to Public Health Orders related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Frank's Fabulous Fudge is not available at this time.
All profits from the sale of Frank's Fabulous Fudge go to help with costs of events and programs offered at the Grand Coteau Centre throughout the year.
Thank you for your support!
440 Centre Street Phone: (306)297-3882
THE GRAND COTEAU HERITAGE & CULTURAL CENTRE SERVES AS
SHAUNAVON'S TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE
May 1 to September 30: Monday to Saturday 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
October 1 to April 30: Tuesday to Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Admission is Free, but Donations are Appreciated.
The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre houses the Shaunavon Branch of the Chinook Regional Library,