Every second spring the Saskatchewan Craft Council, founded in 1975, invites Saskatchewan craftspeople to submit work to Dimensions, an open, juried exhibition of fine craft. From carved stoneware to fused glass sculpture to intricate quilts and everything in between, Dimensions has become a popular bi-annual exhibition at the MacKenzie Art Gallery and an excellent example of the contemporary fine arts culture in Saskatchewan.

This year two expert jurors, Paul Lapointe, a print maker, wood worker and painter from Batoche, and Jane Kenyon, a fibre artist from British Columbia, will select the pieces and determine the award winners for Dimensions. The exhibition will first be on view to the public at the MacKenzie Art Gallery before touring across Saskatchewan.

For more information, please visit saskcraftcouncil.org

Image: Installation view of Dimensions Growth (2008) at the MacKenzie Art Gallery.
Image courtesy of the Saskatchewan Craft Council.

Organized by the Saskatchewan Craft Council with funding assistance from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the Ministry of Tourism, Parks,