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Weyburn art galleries host shows for month of June


Weyburn art galleries will be filled with works from three artists throughout the month of June.

"From Many Peoples Strength" is a compilation of works by Humboldt Magnussen. This is an OSAC touring exhibition that explores Saskatchewan's multicultural heritage and myths. The show will be displayed for three weeks only from June 1 to June 22 at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery located on the lower level of the Weyburn Public Library.

The Weyburn Credit Union Art Gallery will host the show "COLOURS OF COSTA RICA" which are photographs by Erin Graas. This display is of the two years she spent in very colourful country of Costa Rica. The photographs will be on display until June 30.

"Cranberry Flats - Any Day" is a stunning display of acrylics and watercolours by Saskatoon artist

B. A. Conly celebrating the conservation area on the South Saskatchewan River just south of that city. B.A. Conly's works will be on display until June 23 at Signal Hill Arts Centre.



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