Shaunavon Arts Council


In cooperation with the Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre, the Arts Council is a presenter of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council's Arts on the Move program.  Touring visual arts exhibits are available for viewing at the Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre on a regular basis with new exhibits being featured almost monthly.

The Shaunavon Arts Council is proud to be the owner of the community's grand piano which is situated in the Shaunavon Public School and is featured in at least two concerts each year.

The Arts Council is also the presenter of OSAC's Stars for Saskatchewan performing arts series.  A delegation of Arts Council members attend the annual OSAC Showcase each October, where potential performers showcase their talent for Arts Councils to select from for their upcoming season.


2018/2019 Stars for Saskatchewan Concert Series:

Series Tickets will be available soon. Check back for details.
Season Pass:
Adult: $85.00; Family: $170.00
Single Ticket Prices at the Door:
Adult: $30.00; Student: $10.00; 12 & under: $5.00

Ghostboy: Friday, November 2, 2018, Christ the King Hall
Erin Costelo: Thursday, January 17, 2019, Centre Street United Church
Ladom Ensemble: Wednesday, February 6, 2019, Centre Street United Church
James Hill & Anne Janelle: Sunday, April 7, 2019, Plaza Theatre


Ghostboy

Friday, November 2, 2018
7:30 P.M.
Christ the King Hall

Ghostboy is a high energy acoustic powerhouse stage show. World class songwriting, Vocal harmonies and expert musicianship. The show is engaging, emotional, funny and very lifting. People quite often leave this performance claiming its the best live music they've ever been to. They are seasoned veterans in the live music touring establishment who know how to cater to a crowd, keep the volume low, be personable and engage an audience.

Visit Ghostboys website

Erin Costelo

Thursday, January 17, 2019
7:30 P.M.
Centre Street United Church

"Striking, Powerful and full of depth and range"-Exclaim. Erin Costelo is an artist who is mining the truth- through writing, arranging, producing and masterful live performance. With a voice unlike any other in Canada she has the ability to successfully float between genres and stages, her unwavering vision continuously offering the best sound and voice to a feeling, idea or story. With songs that sound like they were written by your heroes. Heavily influenced by Gospel and Americana, she's had the opportunity to open for heroes like Mavis Staples, Dr. John and Bettye Lavette and has recently performed with Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble Band. 


Visit Erin Costelo's website.

Prairie Debut Presents: Ladom Ensemble

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
7:30 P.M.
Centre Street United Church

Ladom Ensemble is the best example of country. Drawing from Persian, Balkan, South American, and Turkish music, these four musicians effortlessly integrate these musical genres and blend them into a contemporary classical framework. Ladom Ensemble engages the audience through their energetic performances, mingled with the musician's cultural and musical stories that furthers the audiences overall experience. With a unique combination of instruments consisting of accordion, world percussion, cello, and piano, they create a distinct yet accessible sound that will be a memorable performance for all ages. Original compositions such a Raha, Noor, and Veles I & II represent the ensemble's vast musical works of Middle Eastern persuasion, while their own arrangement of Brahms's Hungarian Rhapsody, Piazzolla's Libertango, and even Weird Fishes by Radiohead, gives familiar works a refreshed musical diversity to share.

Visit Ladom Ensemble's website.

James Hill & Anne Janelle

Sunday, April 7, 2019
2:00 P.M.
Plaza Theatre

Since their Canadian Folk Music Award-Winning album "True Love Don't Weep," ukulele/cello duo James Hill & Anne Janelle have brought their "crystal clear sound filled with warmth" (Bob Mersereau, CBC Radio) to audiences in over 15 countries. In concert, JUNO-nominee James is "a dazzling live performer with a genial, low-key sense of humour" (Edmonton Journal) and Anne brings her "gorgeous syrupy voice" (Acoustic Magazine) to songs that are "inventive, entertaining, beautifully written and brilliantly performed" (R2 Magazine). A night out with James and Anne is "the perfect evening of tunes, stories and musical virtuosity" (Wellington Dominion-Post).

Visit James Hill & Anne Janelle's website.