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Ramble: A Smidge of Blue

January 2- January 26

Through the pairing of photography and poetry, two locally-grown girls share their love of the prairies. Originally designed as a coffee table book, these pieces have been created to explore the timeless beauty of the prairies and capture the joy of universal adventures. The artists hope that this exhibit will stir the memories of those who have experienced the prairies and peak the curiosity of those who haven’t.

January 13- April 14

Produced by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum to mark the 50th anniversary of this ‘Made in Canada’ crop, Canola explores the science behind the development, cultivation and future of this crop, as well as its uses in industries from food processing to transportation. Discover Canola through your five senses and immerse yourself within the environments of the two bright yellow pod-shaped structures — a canola field and a processing plant. For more information, visit the Canola Exhibit online here


There's An Artist in the Garden
February 1- February 23

In an exciting new partnership with OSAC’s Arts on the Move program, we are pleased to present a touring exhibition from the Permanent Collection of the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Curated by OSAC’s Visual & Media Arts Coordinator Zoe Schneider, this exhibition examines the role botany, fora, and gardening play in the work of an artist. Featuring works by Lorne Beug, Donna Kriekle, Russel Yuristy, Richard Holden, Stan Day, Jeferson Little, Phyllis Godwin, George Glenn, June Jacobs, Agnes Gallus, and Brenda Francis Pelkey, this exhibition presents a diverse selection of media including photography, drawing, painting, and fibre. We will examine the correlations found between gardeners and artists- attention to colour, perspective, composition and material, dedication of time, planning and patience. Presented by the Organization of Saskatchewan Art Council’s Arts on the Move Program.

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Lorne Beug, ‘Untitled,’ watercolour, acrylic, ink on paper, 1974

Cate Francis: Paper Wildlife Conservatory
March 1- March 23

Cate Francis has created a parody organization titled the Paper Wildlife Conservancy or PWC. Featuring a series of illustrative prints and collages, the project examines cohabitation with wildlife on the prairies, and is interested in highlighting the role that wildlife plays in defining a sense of place and home. Presented by the Organization of Saskatchewan Art Council’s Arts on the Move Program.

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Cate Francis, ‘I forget they are Carnivores,’ screenprint and chine colle, 2016

The Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre Collection

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Berthold Von Imhoff Art Gallery
Berthold Von Imhoff is featured in our permanent art gallery. A major attraction at the LCSC is the collection of paintings by Count Berthold Von Imhoff. The gallery houses over 250 oil paintings by the artist.

OTS Heavy Oil Science Centre 

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The OTS Heavy Oil Science Centre offers a world-class interactive adventure in geology, drilling, refining, and in the various uses for the region's Heavy Oil Reserves.  'Squirt', a droplet of heavy oil, will lead you through the history and development of the oil industry, starting with when this area was a marine paradise. For more information check out Lloydminster Heavy Oil.  

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Fuchs Wildlife Exhibit
This exhibit is a culmination of a lifetime of work by Nicholas Fuchs. It is believed to be the largest taxidermy exhibit in North America created by one man with its captivating display of wildlife dioramas.

Come check out this fascinating and extensive collection that at one time was all kept in Mr Fuchs' house.

Make sure to visit the Window Shop for great souvenirs and gifts.