Moose Jaw CONEXUS Visual Arts Centre

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Gallery

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MaE Wilson Theatre

217 Main St. N. Phone 306-693-4700

 

NOTICE
To all Moose Jaw and Region artists If you are a new or aspiring artist ready for your first public
exhibition.
Contact us now!

mjcc@shaw.ca
 

 

 


THE MOOSE JAW CULTURAL CENTRE

CONEXUS VISUAL ARTS CENTRE

AND

MAE WILSON THEATRE

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The Mae Wilson Theatre                                                                  Photo: Rob Hoskins

Please scroll down if you wish to have more detailed information

on these upcoming shows and events.
 

2014

 

           * Apr. 25th @ 7:30pm

Tickets at MJCC Box Office.

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*Apr. 26th 11am - 3pm Artists in Action Day. Free Admission

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*May 2nd @ 7:30pm The Uncoolas Hit Revue benefit concert in aid of the

Canada Day Celebrations

Tickets at MJCC Box Office

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*May 3rd @ 7pm Freddie & Sheila with Special Guests Clint Pelletier and Daniel Gervais

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* May 9th @ 7pm   Everything Fitz!

A family band featuring the high-energy fiddling and percussive step dancing of four of Canada’s finest young musicians. With roots in the Canadian old-time fiddle tradition and Ottawa Valley step dancing, their unique stage show combines a variety of musical styles- everything from traditional jigs and reels, bluegrass, jazz and swing standards, Celtic, gospel as well as novelty numbers and choreographed dance routines.

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May 17

*May 17: Moose Jaw Pride Week - events at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre.

 Admission free. For more details, keep scrolling down.

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*June 5th @ 8pm. Casino Moose Jaw presents The Stampeders

For tickets Call 306-694-3726 or visit the Casino Moose Jaw Box Office. Must be 19 years or older to enter Casino Moose Jaw to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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* June 12-14 at 7:00 p.m. each night, RuBarb Productions presents Disney's Cinderella Kids and Other Hits from the Magical Kingdom

Tickets can be purchased at the RuBarb Productions box office, 321 Main St. N., by calling 306-693-1771, emailing tickets@rubarb.ca, or visiting http://www.rubarbproductions.com

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*July 8th-12th Steven Spielberg Film Festival at 8 p.m. each night. Admission $5 door. Scroll down for festival lineup.

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*Dec. 22, 23, 27, 28 at 2pm & 7:30pm each day. 4th Annual Panto

Jack and the Beanstalk !

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Please scroll down for more details of our upcoming events

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Please Note: Events/Dates/Ticket Prices are subject to change without notice. 

MOOSE JAW CULTURAL CENTRE

HOURS OF OPERATION

TUES. – FRI. 10 AM – 6 PM    SAT. 10 A.M. – 4 P.M.

CLOSED  SUNDAYS & MONDAYS

(Unless performances are scheduled on Sundays, Mondays or Stat. Holidays)

BOX OFFICE HOURS

TUES. – FRI. 10 A.M.- 6 P.M. SAT. 10A.M. – 4 P.M.

CLOSED SUNDAYS, MONDAYS AND STAT. HOLIDAYS

(Unless performances are scheduled on Sundays, Mondays or Stat. Holidays)

Thank you.

 

Voted BEST LIVE THEATRE VENUE - People of Moose Jaw - 2013
Official Venue for the 2013 JunoFEST
Nominated for BEST LIVE VENUE - Western Canadian Music Awards - 2007

 

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2013

Ticket Policy

For the comfort and enjoyment of all of our patrons every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

The rationale for this policy and things to take into consideration when considering bringing an infant to a performance include:

* In order to ensure all patrons safety, and to monitor occupancy numbers as dictated by the building codes, the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre (MJCC) must have an accurate count of all patrons in the theatre. This is managed by every patron having a ticket.

* Patrons with babes in arms typically require additional space in order to comfortably accommodate the child without jeopardizing the comfort of other patrons. (ie: baby supplies, bags, infant carriers, etc.)

* MJCC commonly receives complaints from patrons who have attended a show where a babe in arms or very young child has reportedly caused a disturbance during the performance. As the babe in arms or child has a ticket MJCC is able to protect the child’s right to attend the show.

* As volume levels vary in performances decibel levels may not be conducive to babes in arms.

* MJCC reserves the right to remove any patrons from the theatre should the patron conduct him/herself in a manner that disrupts the experience of other patrons.

* Also, please note: All sales are final. No refunds.


 

Conexus Visual Art Centre's

GALLERY

 

Please scroll down to end of Upcoming Events for

information on the current exhibition:

 

Apr. 15th-May 31st

 

"God's Art"

                                       

Photographer: Madria Steven

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Notice to Artists

 

Aesthetica Art Prize 2014: Call for Entries

Deadline 31 August 2014

 

Please scroll down to end of Upcoming Events for

information about the Art Prize

 

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2014

Apr. 25th

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Apr. 26th

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May 2nd

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May 3rd

Clinton Pelletier

Clinton’s understanding and respect of the guitar far exceeds his years. He began playing when he was 11 years old under the guidance of his father, Freddie Pelletier. At 16 years of age, Clint received the "B.E.S.T. International Scholarship" from Berklee College of Music. He decided however to attend Grant McEwan College in Edmonton, Alta. where he received honors with distinction. Following his studies, he toured with April Verch and later on with the world-famous group, Barrage.

After having toured extensively across North America, Clinton decided to settle back into Edmonton where he has since become one of the most sought-after freelance guitarists in the country, folk and jazz scenes.

The duo he formed with Daniel Gervais, Hot Club Edmonton, won a 2010 Western Canadian Music Award for Instrumental Album of the Year.

Daniel Gervais – Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champion, 2011

Daniel has been playing the violin since the age of five. He plays a variety of fiddle styles and classical violin. Along with a busy schedule of performing, recording, and teaching, Daniel is currently working towards a Master of Music degree at the University of Alberta.

Daniel has toured with Zéphyr, a French-Canadian dance group, performing at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C., Mondial des cultures in Drummondville, PQ, the Folkmoot USA Festival in North Carolina, and Festival Interfolk in France. Daniel has also had several television and radio appearances and was recently a guest artist with The Lost Fingers, performing at the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, Ont.

Daniel is the first and only Albertan to win the Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Competition, in 2011. 

Daniel has six albums to his credit, including two solo albums, Flying Fiddle (2003) and Endless Possibilities (2005). In 2006, he was nominated for "Young Performer of the Year" at the Canadian Folk Music Awards.

 

Showtime: 7:00pm

Theatre doors open at 7pm

Tickets: $20+ charges

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May 9th

Everything Fitz! Rhythmic Fiddles! Percussive Step Dancing!

Everything Fitz!

 

Everything Fitz is a family band featuring the high-energy fiddling and percussive step dancing of four of Canada’s finest young musicians. With roots in the Canadian old-time fiddle tradition and Ottawa Valley step dancing, their unique stage show combines a variety of musical styles- everything from traditional jigs and reels, bluegrass, jazz and swing standards, Celtic, gospel as well as novelty numbers and choreographed dance routines.

Julie (24), Kerry (22), and Tom(20), are all champion fiddlers and provide intricate 3-part fiddle harmonies as well as solo improvisations on fiddle and mandolin. Additional instrumentation includes parents Pam and Paddy providing accompaniment on piano and bass guitar. An audience favourite is their award-winning group step dancing. Both Julie and Tom have garnered the title of Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champion and all three siblings have won numerous awards for step dancing in Canadian contests. Everything Fitz is pleased to present their special guest, Nate Douglas, guitarist and vocalist with Natalie MacMaster. Nate will add rhythm guitar and vocal arrangements including the Bobby Darin signature tune "Things". Repertoire includes tunes such as: The Orange Blossom Special, St. Anne's Reel, Danny Boy, Alabama Jubilee and Tennessee Waltz. 

These spirited young performers are noted for their polished performances and provide wholesome, captivating entertainment for a diverse audience. Performing in theatres, on festival stages, at fairs and exhibitions as well as corporate and fund-raising events and outreach programs in schools, Everything Fitz has received glowing reviews from presenters and fans across Canada and the United States.

 

" The Fitzgerald Family are standout musicians in our Canadian music industry, but more importantly in the long standing Ontario fiddle and [step] dance traditions.  The calibre of musicianship is very high- the best according to many experts in the fiddle/dance competition world.  I think together they are a beautiful blend of gorgeous fiddle music, and top rate, absolutely exhilarating dance routines."

-NATALIE MacMASTER

 

Showtime 7pm

Tickets $25 + charges

 

Tickets on sale at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre box office 306-693-4700

or online by clicking 'buy tickets now" button here:

There is an extra charge per ticket for ordering tickets online.

Everything Fitz!

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May 17th

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June 5th

presents

The Stampeders

 

The Stampeders

 

In 1971, Carry Me was the first single from the Stampeders' first album, Against The Grain; it quickly hit the top of the Canadian charts, garnering the band its first gold record. The summer of 1971 saw Sweet City Woman climb the charts to the number one position across Canada and in the U.S Billboard charts, reached the number eight spot. Their second album Carryin' On, featuring the single, Devil You.

In 1973, singles, Oh My Lady and Minstrel Gypsy, went gold, while follow-up singles, Running Wild and Johnny Lightning, garnered heavy airplay and another Juno nomination. The release of The Stampeders' fifth gold album, New Day, saw the emergence of a more experimental sound and a highly popular single, Ramona. The heavier album, Steamin, contained a cover version of New Orleans and the infamous get-together of Ronnie King and U.S. radio D.J., Wolfman Jack, for the recording of Hit The Road Jack. The success of the single led to the release of The Stampeders' final gold album, Hit The Road. Between 1970 and 1977, they released ten albums and 15 singles, with six albums and seven singles going gold. Along with three Billboard chart singles in the U.S., The Stampeders had 10 top-ten singles in Canada and won three Juno Awards. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Sweet City Woman, their latest album is a 2 CD set Live At The Mae Wilson. It was recorded at the Mae Wilson Theatre in Moose Jaw SK in July 2010.

Songs: Sweet City Woman, Carry Me, Devil You, Oh My Lady, Minstrel Gypsy & Hit the Road Jack

www.stampeders.net

 Showtime 8pm

 Theatre doors open 30 minutes prior to show times.

Performance schedule subject to change.

Ticket Prices: $35 plus 5% tax

 Call 306-694-3726 or visit the Casino Moose Jaw Box Office. Must be 19 years or older to enter Casino Moose Jaw to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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June 12th-14th

RuBarb Productions presents
Disney's Cinderella Kids and Other Hits from the Magical Kingdom
June 12-14 at 7 p.m. each night

You are invited to get the Royal Treatment! Bring your little princess to see Disney's Cinderella Kids and Other Hits from the Magical Kingdom. This RuBarb Jr. presentation features Moose Jaw's stars of tomorrow under the age of 19.

Ticket prices
Adult/Senior/Student: $20 premium; $18 balcony
Children: $15 premium; $13 balcony


Tickets can be purchased at the RuBarb Productions box office, 321 Main St. N., by calling 306-693-1771, emailing tickets@rubarb.ca, or visiting http://www.rubarbproductions.com

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July 8th-12th

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July 15th

presents

RORY ALLEN'S TRIBUTE TO THE KING

"ROCK AND ROLL IS HERE TO STAY"

Rory Allen

 

Tribute to Elvis, Rock ‘n’ Roll show – Backed up by his fabulous 11-piece band, Rory fills his shows with solid gold Elvis hits, drawing from a vast repertoire of over 180 rock and roll classics and ballads. Don't miss Rory Allen's unforgettable Tribute to the King!   www.roryallen.com

 

 

 

Start Time: 8:00PM.

 *Doors open 30 minutes before the performance begins.

Two 45-50 minute sets.

There is one 30 minute scheduled intermission.

Tickets:  $25.00person plus 5% tax

 Call 306-694-3726 or visit the Casino Moose Jaw Box Office. Must be 19 years or older to enter Casino Moose Jaw to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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Oct. 25th

presents

Carroll Baker's

Country Classics!

Carroll Baker

 

CountryA perfect mix of Carroll’s hits and some of the greatest country classics of all time. Known as “Canada’s Country Sweetheart,” Carroll Baker's career includes many genres, live performances, radio and television. She is the winner of multiple awards, including Juno awards, Canadian County music awards and is an inductee in the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. She was the first Canadian country music singer to receive a certificate Gold and Platinum Record for her record sales.  She has more than twenty #1 records, fourteen of which were consecutive number one records.

 

Her first album, Mem'ries of Home was released in 1970. The title track was a hit as well as the song Love Now and Pay Later. In 1977, the album Carroll Baker was released with hits: I've Never Been This Far Before, One Night of Cheatin' and Tonight With Love. Hollywood Love (1980) featured #1 singles Still Falling in Love and the title track. Other #1 singles include: Why I Had to Pass This Way, Portrait in the Window, I've Never Been This Far Before & The Hungry Fire of Love.

 

Songs: Mem’ries of Home, Ten Little Fingers, Mama What Does Cheatin' Mean, I Might as Well Believe (I'll Live Forever), It Always Hurts Like the First Time & The Morning After Baby Let Me Down.

www.carrollbakersinger.ca

 

Start Time: 8:00PM.

One 90 minute set.

*Doors open 30 minutes before the performance begins.

There is no scheduled intermission.

 

Tickets: $30.00 person plus 5% tax

Call 306-694-3726 or visit the Casino Moose Jaw Box Office. Must be 19 years or older to enter Casino Moose Jaw to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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Family    Christmas    Fun!

MJCC

presents

Moose Jaw's Fourth Annual Panto

December 2014

Jack

and the

Beanstalk

 

Fee Fi Fo Fum- It’s time for panto fun!

 

The Mae Wilson Theatre has a new tradition of presenting a panto every year around Christmastime. Pantos are a British family-friendly tradition – they combine a fairy-tale story with topical song and extravagant dance numbers, as well as zany characters that interact with the audience. They’re a great introduction for children of all ages to the magic of theatre, and this year is the fourth annual panto at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre!

 

This year’s panto is the beloved story of a young lad named Jack – poor, but honest – with a delightful (if comical) mother named Dame Beyoncé Trot (Trotty to her friends). Their only possession of any worth is their cow Daisy. But they are in such strained circumstances they are forced to sell her! Oh, no!

 

Of course, as with all good pantos, there are the forces of good (i.e., Fairy Sweetpea) and evil (i.e., the Giant’s henchman, Fleshcreep). Rounding out the story, there’s a beautiful princess who must be rescued (Princess Jill), and her ever-forgetful father the King, (Ethelfred The Unsteady). Added to this cast of hilarious characters are palace guards, villagers, milk  maids, insects and ghosts.

 

And what’s a beanstalk story without a beanstalk (with lots of special effects)? Yup, we’ve got one....and the booming VOICE of  BlunderBore the GIANT who constantly terrorizes the village. Someone has to save them by climbing the beanstalk to his castle in the clouds. But who could that be? Come and find out!

 

 

If you have questions about Jack and the Beanstalk or would like to pay with your credit card over the phone, please call MJCC’s box office at 306-693-4700 or pay online at www.moosejawculture.com .

 

Dates: Dec. 22, 23, 27, 28, 2014

 

Showtimes:

Dec. 22 @ 2p.m and 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 23 @ 2p.m and 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 27 @ 2p.m and 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 28 @ 2p.m and 7:30 p.m.

 

Tickets prices:

$25 for Adults

$22 for students and seniors over 65

 $15 for children 12 and under

(including infants)

Plus taxes and charges

Tickets on sale at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre box office 306-693-4700

or online at www.moosejawculture.com

(there is an extra charge for ordering tickets online)

Jack's Village Scene

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Now at the
Conexus Visual Arts Centre

in the

Gallery

Apr. 15th - May 31st

"God's Art"

                                                     

Exhibition of Photographs by

Madria Steven

 

Madria’s Biography

Madria Steven spent most of her life in Moose Jaw and all of it in Saskatchewan. As a child she has always noticed details in sounds, colors and uniqueness in every day things. In grade ten (Kincaid, SK) she was allowed to take a grade twelve photography class where she learned the basics of angles (rule of thirds, panning, focus, etc) and even developing pictures!

Her first digital camera was given by a friend in 2011 and as she snapped pictures for fun (to post on deviantart.com), her pictures gradually improved in texture and vibrancy, visually expressing mere seconds of "God’s Art." In 2012, Madria’s grandfather suggested that she send pictures to the national weather network (played on TV) for photographic exposure. He regularly watched the station and described Madria’s own pictures to her as "C M Steven" from Moose Jaw, since she doesn’t have TV, and some of Madria’s friends have also called to describe those images to her.

How did Madria come to display at the Mae Wilson? As a part of the musical Fiddler on the Roof (put on by Moose Jaw Community Players in 2012), Madria was waiting in the lobby for a cue and met Judy (who works at the Mae Wilson) and while inquiring about the gallery was gently handed a form to submit her own photographs. She feels very "lucky" to be able to share her art in such a venue!! It is rewarding to share natural beauty – Saskatchewan is called the "land of living skies" for a good reason! J

                      

           Ella Funt, Berlin Zoo 2013                                                     Opposite Effect, 2011

Western Moon, 2013

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Mosaic Gallery

Moose Jaw Cultural Centre

217 Main Street North

Moose Jaw

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Notice to Artists

 

 

Aesthetica Art Prize 2014: Call for Entries

Deadline 31 August 2014

 

 

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2014 is now open for entries, offering both budding and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to an international audience and influential figures from the arts sector. Celebrating and nurturing outstanding contemporary art from across the world, the Art Prize welcomes submissions in the following categories: Photographic & Digital Art, Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture, Painting & Drawing and Video, Installation & Performance.

Prizes include a 12 week group show; up to £1000 in cash; publication in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology and editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine (readership of 140,000 worldwide); art supplies and art books; and Q&As on the Aesthetica Blog.

There are two main categories to enter: Main Prize and Student Prize. There is a winner for each main category. Entry is £15 and permits the submission of two works into any one category. Entries close 31 August 2014. For more information and to submit visit www.aestheticamagazine.com/artprize.

 

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a fantastic opportunity for Moose Jaw and area artists to showcase their work to a wider audience and influential figures from within the arts sector.

 

 

 

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Voted BEST LIVE THEATRE VENUE - People of Moose Jaw - 2013
Official Venue for the 2013 JunoFEST
Nominated for BEST LIVE VENUE - Western Canadian Music Awards - 2007

 

What some performers have said about the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre:

"Lovely" - Ian Tyson

"Thanks for the most amazing night. This was the best!" - Tenore

"Thanks for a great night. Rock on!" - Nazareth

"Thanks for the great date. Loved playing here the best" - The Stampeders

"Thank you for making me feel welcome. I had a great time" - Andy Kim

"Thanks to all my friends at the Cultural Centre" - Leona Williams

"Thanks for a wonderful night!" - Jesse Cooke

"Beautiful theatre, great crew. Fun show. Couldn't have imagined a better end to our tour" - Brothers from Different Mothers

"See you next time. Thanks for your hospitality" - Johnny Reid

"Wonderful memories of Christmas at the Mae Wilson. Thanks so much" - George Fox

"To the great crew of the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre. All my thoughts and best wishes" - The Amazing Kreskin

"Thanks for a great evening" - The Emeralds

"You are magic!" - Wayne Lee

"World class. Thank you." - Pavlo

"To all the gang at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre. Had a blast. U guyz rock!" - Julian Austin

"So beautiful from the art gallery to the beautiful theatre. Always a pleasure" - Connie Kaldor
 

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Some of our previous performers: Mae Wilson Theatre Show List

Theatrical

Tribute/Dance

 Jazz/World/Gospel


  1. Andrea Menard
    U of R Theatre
    Pull of The Land
    Applause Theatre
    Cornerstone School
    Theatre Saskatchewan
    Phantom Poets Theatre
    Phantom
    Suessical the Musical
    The Sound of Music
    Grease
    A Vaudeville Christmas
    Anne of Green Gables
    No Ordinary Cowboy
    Jesus Christ Superstar
    Ain't We Got Fun!
    Steppin' Out
    Persephone Youth Theatre
  2. The Doodlebops
  3. Toopy and Binoo
  4. Strawberry Shortcake
  5. Rubarb Productions
  6. Embraceable You 
  1. Bobby Bruce
    In-Cline-Ation
    My Way
    Holly/Valens/Big Bopper
    Rory Allen (many times)
    Doris Sitter Dance
    Day in his Life (Lennon)
    Stayin' Alive
    Streisand/Sinatra
    The Uncoolas 4 times
    Hank Williams Tribute
     Louisa Marshall
    Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada (twice)
    Revolution (Beatles)
    Jim Witter
  2. Adam Fitzpatrick
     
  1. Jack Semple
    Pavlo
    Jesse Cook
    Megan Lane
    Arkadia
    Carol Welsman
    Susan Aglukark
    Randy Bachman
    John McDermott
    Buffy Sainte-Marie
    Alex Cuba
    Jodi Faith
    Black Umfolosi
    The Hunter Family
  2. Heidi Munro
  3. Gillian Schneider
 

 Classical Comedy Magic/Misc.

  1. Regina Symphony 3 times
    Sergei Salov
    James Coughlin 3 times
    Land's End
    Kathleen Solose
    Kathryn Whitney
    Charlotte Hale
    The Canadian Tenors(four times)

  2. Crimson String Quartet
     

  1. Lorne Elliot
    Southern Fried Chicks
    Mike Bullard
    General Fools
    Brent Butt
    Arrogant Worms
    Polyjesters
    Glen Foster
    Scott Harris
    Easily Amused
    Graham Clark
    Big Daddy Tazz
    Dave Hemstad

  2. Brothers from Different Mothers
     

The Amazing Kreskin
Wayne Lee
Thomas Baxter
Derek Selinger
Walter Ostanek
Falk Wedding and Concert MJ Fashion Show
Regina Pipe Band Kinsmen Festival
CBC Get Set For Life
Clark Gillies
Stanton Friedman
Ralph Klein
little Miss Higgins
Ted and Marion Outerbridge
Anders
Warbo
     

Rock/Pop  Country/Folk/Roots Blues

  1. Colin James
    Honeymoon Suite
    Andy Kim
    Powder Blues
    Alannah Myles
    Nazareth
    The Stampeders
    The Northern Pikes
    Michael Burgess        Louise Pitre                  The Lettermen
    The Emeralds
    Matt Dusk
    Dr. Hook
    The Commitments
    5-Man Electrical Band
    Dave Taylor
    Gary Puckett           Serena Ryder
    Luke McMaster

  2. Jeff Straker

  3. (4 times)

  1. George Canyon
    Michelle Wright
    Julian Austin
    Fred Eaglesmith 4 times
    Brad Johner
    The Irish Rovers
    George Fox twice
    The Wilkinsons
    Jean Shepard
    Lowry Olafson
    Diane Chase
    Joe Fafard
    Gil Grand
    Lisa Brokop
    Jason McCoy
    Patricia Conroy
    The Barra MacNeils
    Tom Jackson
    Cord Lund
    John Berry
    Riders in the Sky
    Eileen Laverty
    Prairie Oyster
    Ferlin Husky
     Leona Williams
    Johnny Reid 4 times
    Tyler Lewis
    Theresa Sokyrka
    Murray McLaughlin
    Ian Thomas
    Marc Jordan
    Bill Anderson
    Garnet Rogers 3 times
    Cindy Church
    Charlie Major
    Lewis & Royal
    John Wart Hannam
    Hungry Hill
    Dustin Bentall
    Barney Bentall
    Wil
    Kim Beggs
    Carrie Catherine
    Caroline Dawn Johnson
    Johnny Cajun
    Tommy Hunter
    Willie Mack
    The Emeralds
    Rita MacNeil
    Carroll Baker
    Gord Bamford
    Jesse Farrell
    Ian Tyson
    Emerson Drive
    Barrage 3 times           Freddie & SheilaPelletier Kelly Bourdages                   & Trick Ryder                Brett Kissell                     Tre & Michael Twitty (twice)Gordie MacKeeman    Brenda Lee Cottrell         

  2. Tex Emery

  3. David James & Big River

David Gogo

Movies:

Foreign Film Festival

Dessacord Parfait (France)

Divided We Fall (Czech)

Le Fabuleux Destin D'Amelie Poulain (France)

Once Upon a Time in the Midlands (England)

The Other Side of the Bed (Spain)

Agata and the Storm (Italy)

Art School Confidential (USA)

Peindre ou Faire L'Amour (France)

The Cabin Movie (Canada)

How About You (Eire)

Hitchcock Film Festival

Rebecca

The Birds

Psycho

Vertigo

Rope

Rear Window

Movie Musicals

Funny Girl

West Side Story

My Fair Lady

Mary Poppins

Singin' in the Rain

The Sound of Music

Film Noir Festival

The Night of The Hunter

The Maltese Falcon

Laura

Double Indemnity

Sunset Boulevard

Other

Juice Pigs

3 Films by Sask. Filmmakers

Discovery Channels'  "Frozen Planet"

MISS Representation

Happy

The Kids are Alright

Beginners

 

 


 

     

 

 

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