Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council

Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council
Box 1566
Hudson Bay, SK
S0E 0Y0

For more information call John & Rosalie Daisley 306-865-4146

The Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council is part of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils.

Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils
www.osac.sk.ca

The Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council sponsors Stars for Saskatchewan and Concerts for Kids concert series which bring professional performing artists to the community. The concert series have featured such diverse performances as Globe and Persephone Theaters, Spanish guitarists, pianists, musical comedy groups, wind trios, string quartets and popular performers such as Gary Fjellgaard, Sylvia Tyson, Murray McLaughlin, Valdy and Shirley Eikhard. The children in the community have been entertained by the lively Koncerts for Kids series highlighted by captivating performances by Victoria’s Kaleidoscope Story Theater, Halifax’s Jest in Time, puppet shows, Kim and Jerry Brodey, Eric Nagler and the Musula concert for kids.

The Allied Arts Council also participates in the organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council’s Art on the Move which tours works by Saskatchewan artists and the permanent collections of such agencies as Saskatchewan Sport and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation. These art displays have been particularly valuable to Hudson Bay schools which have toured hundreds of children through the exhibits.

The Hudson Bay Arts Council attempts to bring a variety of arts to our community.  Several times a year they bring an art or “visual art” show to Hudson Bay.  They also host three or four concerts of live performers each year.  They try to bring a variety of both art and live performers so that people are introduced to new ideas and music, as well as the things they love, close to home.  They want all residents of Hudson Bay and area to enjoy “the arts” in an affordable fashion and so try very hard to keep their ticket prices as reasonable as possible.

Tickets can be bought for each individual show, and they sell “season tickets” in late summer/early fall.  Season tickets give you a cheaper price to each of the live artist performances.

Funds are raised through ticket sales and a yearly raffle, as well they are dependent on grants and donations.

The Allied Arts Council would like to thank all of the volunteers who sit at the art shows, donate lunch for the performing arts presentations, help set up and take down and a myriad of other tasks.

2018 Allied Arts Shows

Individual tickets for all 2018 performances are

$20. Advance @ Generations Flowers & Gifts

$25.00 at the Door

Students $10. Children $5.

 

1. Raine Hamilton Trio Concert, Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 at 7:30 pm at St. Stephen's United Church

2. Ian Sherwood Concert, Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 7:30 pm at St. Stephen's United Church

3. Outerbridge--Pure Illusion, Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council Thursday, February 14th, 2019  7:00 pm (tentatively at the Lions Performing Arts Theatre, Hudson Bay Community School)

4. Red Moon Road Concert--Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council Saturday, March 23, 2019 7:30 pm at St. Stephen's United Church

 

      

2018/19 SASKATCHEWAN ARTS ON THE MOVE - Brooks Hall

 

From October 22-26, 2018 we will present the works of Leah Marie Dorion. "Being One with the Earth"

Dorion is a professional Metis artist, filmmaker, writer and educator living in Prince Albert. Her paintings are rich in colour and texture; often portraying a culturally based narrative featuring Metis and Aboriginal symbols.

From March 18-22, 2019 In Print/Imprimer featuring the artwork of Joe Fefard

Fafard is a prolific Saskatchewan artist of worldwide acclaim who works with many different mediums. This show presents a collection of woodblock and embossed prints of cows, horses and bison.

May 8-9, 2019 we will be presenting a community art show.                                                   

Annual show featuring local artists. Begin to plan now for whatever art form you would like to enter. Students, adults, all are encouraged to participate.