49 Smith Street East, Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0H4 Tel 306-786-2992
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Photography Workshop starts this Sunday!
Digital Camera Basics
Three Sunday afternoons
2 to 4:30 pm on Oct. 23, 30 and Nov. 6
$90 for all 3 classes or $35 each
Explore and understand camera fundamentals, composition, and diverse approaches to making striking images shooting still life, architecture, portraits and people.
The classes are based on DSLR cameras, or viewfinder cameras comparable features, and often welcome guest photographers such as Kristopher Grunert. Many opportunities for hands-on experience including working with still life set ups and live subjects in a variety of lighting situations. Bring your questions and we'll help you try to find the answers.
Every week our goal is to have you start taking pictures within the first 30 minutes of the class.
When you register we'd like to find out what camera you use and what kind of photographs you like to take. This will help us be prepared. To make sure you can find the settings you need on your camera, everyone is asked to either bring their manuals or be able to access them online using the free internet at the gallery. 
To register call the gallery 306.786.2992
or use the link below
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Prairie Light Portfolio Prize
©2016 Jeff Wizniak
P H O T O G R A P H Y :
Between Art and Object
September 19 to October 28, 2016
Opening reception 2pm Sunday, Sept. 25
Join us to meet the artists:
Todd Schick (Melville)
Janice Weber (Saskatoon)
Jeff Wizniak (Saskatoon)
Winners of the 2016 Portfolio Prize competition held by the Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival. Three Bronze Award winners were chosen based on their entire body of work, not just single images.
One exhibition, three ways of seeing


The best of Saskatchewan Fine Craft
Touring Exhibition from the Saskatchewan Craft Council
September 19 to October 28, 2016

Every two years the Saskatchewan Craft Council (SCC) invites all Saskatchewan craftspeople to submit up to two hand crafted items for Dimensions, the only open , juried and touring exhibition of Fine Craft in the province. This year the jurors selected an exhibition of 36 works by 34 craftspeople, out of 180 works by 106 entrants.

Dimensions has been an undertaking of the SCC for over 30 years. The exhibition is moving to a two-year cycle so this is the last time we'll see it in Yorkton until 2018. And this is one of the best we've had, so don't miss it!


Our Atrium is an Aviary!

Shawna Dycks
September 25 to December 18, 2016
Fourteen bird portraits are poised in the Atrium hallway gallery upstairs at the Godfrey Dean, by Saskatoon photographer Shawna Dycks. Shawna has been avidly photographing birds, wildlife and nature for four years. She loves the excitement it brings and the challenge, crediting patience, frequency and luck as the keys to making better photos. Birds seem to let her approach without fear and look right into her lens while resting calmly. Shawna is accompanied on her photo walks by an eleven year old chocolate lab named CJ, who is obviously a very calming influence as well.
Invest in the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery!