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  • Geoff Phillips, B.F.A. U of Regina
  • Climax Community Museum Art & Culture Centre
  • Sarah Schatz, B.A. History, Museum and Heritage Studies
  • Paul MacNeil, Shaunavon Standard

West Coast Art Adventure Presentation & Art Show

CCM Art and Cultural Centre Climax, Saskatchewan

Indigenous, Visual Arts — Talks and Discussion, Excursion

Journey To the Past; A Millennial’s Obsession with History.

Fri, Sept 28, 2018 6:30 pm
Insight through stories & vignettes on the importance of local prairie history. Sarah Schatz,B.A. History, Museum and Heritage Studies, University of Calgary.

West Coast Art Show and Presentation Artist Presentation:

Fri Sept 28, 2018, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm Sask artist Geoff Phillips B.F.A. University of Regina.

Experience the breathtaking environment and culture of BC and indigenous communities that Geoff visited during his voyage on a retired Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker during Canada 150 celebrations in this moving presentation. The poignantly beautiful portraits & landscapes that he created are yours to breathe in...

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Thu 27 Sep No events scheduled.
Fri 28 Sep 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Sat 29 Sep No events scheduled.


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219 Main Street
Climax, Saskatchewan


If coming from Shaunavon, Sk take Hwy 37 South to Climax Sk. or If coming from East i.e: Val Marie to Climax follow Hwy 18 to Climax. If coming from Montana drive to Portal of Climax, then take Hwy 37 North to Climax. At intersection of Hwy 18 and 37 turn West for a few blocks. Then drive North on to Main St to 3rd Avenue West. Art & Culture Centre is navy and white building across from Lonetree insurance.


Climax Community Museum

Climax Community Museum Art & Cultural Centre is a place where history, creative expression and cultural exchange create new vibrant experiences for participants.

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Climax Community Museum

This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Storytelling, Photography, Painting, Nature, Museum, Family Friendly, All Ages, connection, discovery, inspiration, reconciliation

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