Saskatchewan Visual Art Awards 2022
Multifaith Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 Saskatchewan Visual Art Awards. A celebration of art, faith, and spirituality: Saskatchewan youth working through visual arts for peace, unity, and care of the earth. Celebrate what makes life better for you, for all humankind, and for our planet.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the following students. A total of 43 works were submitted this year. Any visual media (sketching, painting, computer-generated digital art, etc…) was eligible. Three independent adjudicators judged the works based upon the following criteria: the message; artistic excellence; originality; and impact on the viewer.
The 2022 winners are:
1st Alyssa Magnusson, Relief,
2nd Jayde Richter, The Burning Sand Mandala
3rd KC Castillo, Duality
4th Martha Hamad, Forbidden Coils
5th Brielle Parry, Brilliance of Nature
5th Jason Leboeuf, Gabby
6th Athanasia Danakas-Weinkauf, Impact
6th Jacey Diaz Fowler, Prince of Flowers
6th Myah Clatney, Bound
6th Rachel Sawitsky, The Hand of God
7th Cassie Duquette-Schaan, The Impact of Residential Schools
7th Fatima Imran, Speak Out
7th Jhamila Tayong, Gatherer
7th Pamela McEwen, Growth Beyond the Surface
7th Savannah Sullivan, Unconditional Love
Award presentation: Friday, April 22, 2022 at 1 pm in the Theatre at the Regina Public Library, 2311 12th Ave, Regina. All are welcome.
The winning entries will be displayed June 6-July 31 in the Dunlop Gallery, Regina. A touring display will be available beginning in August. Local community associations are invited to contact us about scheduling. Email mfsask2007 [at] yahoo [dot] com for details.
Cassie Duquette-Schaan, "The impact of residential schools"
Artist: Cassie Duquette-Schaan, Grade 12
Title: The impact of residential schools
Medium: Mixed media
Dimension: 18 x 24 inches
Artist's statement: The dark and deadly past of Canada resulted in the death of thousands of innocent children as well as the loss of children to the families. This art piece puts faces to those innocent children that got ripped from their family homes and stripped of their individuality and culture. May we never forget the horrible past of “our home and native land”.
Teacher: Joan Hart, Bishop Murray High School, Saskatoon