///CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST for a collaborative project between AKA Gallery and the Saskatchewan Craft Council

AKA Gallery and the Saskatchewan Craft Council want to discover the artists, artisans and craftspeople who have come to call Saskatchewan their home and those who have left the province to pursue their work elsewhere. We would like your help in bringing these artists to our attention—maybe it’s you or someone you know. Either way, we’d like to hear from you!

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If you are an artist, or know of artists, not from Saskatchewan but living here, or from Saskatchewan but living somewhere else, please contact Dagmara Genda, director of AKA Gallery at [email protected] or at 306 652 0044.




AKA is always looking for writers interested in creating reviews and critical works about our programming for publication. If you are interested in writing for or about AKA, please contact us to discuss potential opportunities! We ask that interested writers submit a bio, CV and two examples of past writing, so we can consider what upcoming exhibitons or artists at AKA would best suit your ideas and interests.

Please contact us if you have any questions, or you can send your bio, CV and writing samples to either [email protected] or [email protected]


AKA is always looking for volunteers to assist at upcoming events including receptions, fundraisers and artist talks. After 10 hours of time, volunteers receive a year long membership to AKA. Let us know what kind of volunteer work you’re interested in and when you’re available. We can use help during installation, postering, bar service during openings, food preparation for openings, etc. Contact us at [email protected] or (306) 652-0044.


AKA accesses employment grants on an ongoing basis. Watch this page for upcoming employment opportunites, or call us at: (306) 652-0044 or email us at [email protected]. AKA has received employment grants in the past from Young Canada Works, Sask Employment, Career Edge, Youth Internship Program, Centennial Student Employment Program, and Summer Career Placements.