Biggar Museum & Gallery

Step Into The Past...

Adjudicated Art Show - May 1 - 26, 2018 

This year`s Adjudicator will be Anne McElroy from Saskatoon. Artists from all over the area will hang their art in our gallery until May 26, on which day the adjudicator will judge the winners of the choice. People`s Choice award will be presented this day as well. 

Casino Bus Trips

Three times a year, the Biggar Museum facilitates trips to the Moose Jaw Casino, with stays at Temple Spas Hotel!! These are very popular! For only $220 each, you and a friend can share a room in the hotel, gamble and take in all the sights and services Moose Jaw has to offer. 

Dakota Dunes, near Saskatoon, and Gold Eagle, North Battleford trips are also made available to the public through the museum. A fee of only $30 gets you a seat on a bus and a day of gambling at these two popular casinos! 

Give us a call at the museum, 306-948-3451, or email us at [email protected] for more information or to put your name on the list. 

Our Bus trip season will begin again in September!

The Many Faces of Biggar - Culture Day, September 30, 2018

This year, in partnership with the Biggar & District Arts Council, The Many Faces of Biggar will be in the Community Hall in Biggar. Countries from all over the world will be represented from people who came from these countries or whose ancestors came form these countries. There will appetizers at each country, dancers, handmade musical instruments from different countries and eras, and much more! 

July 3 - August 29, 2018 - Annual Used Book Sale

June 5- 23 - There`s an Artist in the Garden - OSAC Show

This exhibition is organized and toured through OSAC’s Arts on the Move program with the help of the staff of the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s Permanent Collection, and is curated by Zoë Schneider, Visual & Media Arts Coordinator, OSAC. 

In an exciting new partnership OSAC’s Arts on the Move program is pleased to present a touring exhibition from the Permanent Collection of the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Curated by OSAC’s Visual & Media Arts Coordinator Zoë Schneider, this exhibition examines the role botany, flora, and gardening play in the work of an artist. Featuring works by Lorne Beug, Donna Kriekle, Russel Yuristy, Richard Holden, Stan Day, Jefferson 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.

West Central Network Meeting - April 23, 2018

Museums from all over the West Central Saskatchewan district will be meeting at the Biggar Museum & Gallery on April 23 at 10:00. Ideas and results will be shared by all. 

Volunteer Appreciation Brunch - April 14, 2018

We count heavily on our Volunteers and during Canada Volunteer Appreciation Week, we honour our volunteers with a brunch. Quiches and fruit platters, scones, coffee and many yummy treats are made by our board members and enjoyed by all our volunteers.

Cate Francis Paper Wildlife Conservancy - OSAC Show 
April 3 to 20

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. 

“Our interactions with urban wildlife can be at once precious, precarious and mundane. All of these interactions come together to form not just the physical landscape but also our psychological sense of place and home. Through this series of prints I hope to highlight the complexities of these relationships and draw attention to the important and unique role urban wildlife plays in shaping the cultural identity of various prairie communities.”- Cate Francis. A multi-faceted exhibition, the gallery visitor is invited to contribute their own experiences and anecdotes to the evolving project. This exhibition is sure to connect with all gallery patrons, creating an opportunity to reflect, engage and connect.