Saskatchewan and the visual arts

Archival materials related to the development of the visual arts in the province of Saskatchewan and the lives and work of individual artists.

The Saskatchewan landscape

A testament to the beauty and diversity of the province of Saskatchewan depicted by writers and artists.

Howdy McPhail aerial photographs

Aerial photographs of the Canadian prairies taken by Howdy McPhail from the 1950's to early 1960's.

Canadian Literature

Digital showcase of the Ralph Gustafson, Paul Hiebert, Irving Layton, Al Purdy, and Anne Szumalski collections.

Courtney Milne Collection

Searchable collection of nearly 500,000 digitized images created by photographer Courtney Milne.

Robert Newton Hurley: Skypainter

Works by Robert Newton Hurley, a painter who specialized in Saskatchewan landscapes.

University of Saskatchewan Pottery Collection

Photographs and information about pottery created at the University of Saskatchewan.

At Work

Historical images of labour in 20th century Saskatchewan.

Wish you were here

Over 4500 postcards from archives throughout Saskatchewan.

Persuasion: Print advertising and advocacy on the prairies

Print advertising produced by or directed at prairie Canadians.

Golden Cockerel Press: 1920-1959

Showcase of books from the Golden Cockerel Press from the University of Saskatchewan Library collection.

Scattered Leaves: The Otto Ege medieval manuscript collection

Digital exhibit showcasing the Ege manuscripts created in 2005 in conjunction with a symposium about the manuscript collection.

John Reeves: Portrait of the woman

An exhibit of images by photographer John Reeves, which are held in the University Archives and Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan.

The Murray Adaskin collection

Murray Adaskin was Head of the Music Department and composer-in-residence at the University of Saskatchewan. This collection includes sheet music and photographs.

Hans S. Dommasch: Canada north of 60

Hans Dommasch's public lecture and slide presentation on his travels in northern Canada presented in a digital exhibition.

Hans Gruen postcard collection

Japanese postcards collected by Dr. Hans Gruen, professor emeritus of biology at the University of Saskatchewan.