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James Weir exhibition on now at Allie Griffin


January is buzzing with art in Weyburn with the 30th annual James Weir People's Choice exhibition on at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery.

The exhibition features artwork by local artists that are voted on by the public this month and the top three winners will be announced at a reception at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery in the lower level of the Weyburn Public Library January 31 at 7 p.m.

From now until the end of February the Weyburn Credit Union Art Gallery is displaying works from the City of Weyburn Permanent Collection by Raymond Churchill, Hugh Alexander, Kay Flury and Margaret Mainprize called "Folkart".

The Signal Hill Art Gallery presents "Moments in Time". This annual exhibition by the Soo Line Camera Club in association with the Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival is taking place in 12 galleries throughout the province, until February 27.



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