In 1974, the Weyburn Arts Council began acquiring works of art for the City. The main purpose of the collection is to preserve examples of the visual arts, created primarily in Saskatchewan, and to establish a record of our cultural heritage. WAC has been collecting 1 to 4 pieces every year, and the collection now holds more than 200 pieces.
The Weyburn Arts Council is proud to invite you to become a financial partner in the production of the City of Weyburn’s Permanent Collection, a 4 piece set of large format coffee table books celebrating the lives and history of our community, as seen through the eyes of our area artists. This multi-layered opportunity will enable your to pick the partnership package that best suits your needs.
For more information on the Partnership Packages click here.
WAC Requesting More Information for Permanent Collection
The Weyburn Arts Council (WAC) is requesting information about art and artists that have pieces in the Permanent Art Collection. WAC is looking for information to add to a series of books about the Permanent Collection featuring artist’s biographies and art works.
To celebrate our move to the Weyburn Recreation and Cultural Centre (WRCC) in 2021, WAC is updating and reformatting a booklet produced in 1984.
If anyone has art in the permanent collection, or has a family member who’s art is featured, please reach out to WAC to share your information. WAC is looking for photos of the artists, artist’s works, and for information that can be added to the artist’s biography. Weyburn Arts Curator can be contacted at (306) 848-3219 or email at email@example.com. A complete list of the artists with works in the permanent collection can be found below.
Permanent Collection Artists
Brenda J. Burns
Grace Rose Holyer
Heather van der Breggen
May Ann Seitz
Pieter van der Breggen
Song Nan Zhang