Welcome to CARFAC SASKatchewan Member Services!
As a member of CARFAC Saskatchewan, you have access to a number of services, events and programs in our province and across Canada. Please choose from the menu below.
To change your password please, click the blue Login button, and then click the “Change Password” link on the popup. If your membership expires, you will no longer have access to this section.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact a CARFAC office. We would be pleased to help.
A copy of the MEMBERS GUIDE TO SERVICES AND PROGRAMS was given to when you joined CARFAC SASK. An online copy will be make available when revisions for 2009 have been completed.
CARFAC SASK has negotiated discounts for our members at a number of art supply retailers and other businesses in the province.
Show your CARFAC SASK membership card to receive your discount.
Artix Digital Media Studios
10% off Fine Art reproduction & Graphic Design. Reproductions are Archival Inks on Archival Paper.
Clear-View Glass Ltd.
Prince Albert: 390 38th ST E
15% off Glass
Colours Art & Drafting Supplies
Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
Regina: 1347 Winnipeg ST, Phone: 306-757-6200
Saskatoon: 405 2nd Ave N, Phone: 306-665-4911
Art Supplies: 10% Artist, 20% Teacher
Saskatoon: 928D 8th ST E
Framing: 10% off 1-10, 20% off 11 or more
Don's Photo Shop Ltd
Locations: Brandon, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
Regina: 2408 Dewdney Avenue, Phone: 306-347-7887, Fax: 306-347-7668
Toll Free:1-800-567-3667, E-mail: email@example.com
Saskatoon: 1715 Idylwyld Drive, Phone: 306-934-3111, Fax: 306-653-0274
Saskatoon: 248 3rd Ave S
J&H Builder's Warehouse
2205 Ave C N, Phone: 306-652-5322, Fax: 306-652-5347
331 8th ST E, Phone: 306-373-4300, Fax: 306-373-4922
Mayfair Paint & Glass
Saskatoon: 411 - 33rd ST W
10% discount on glass
Saskatoon: 3130 8th Street East (8th Street at Circle Drive)
Phone 306-955-3599, Toll Free in Saskatchewan: 1-877-506-7456
Fax 306-955-3977, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
$15 off initial membership card purchase
Sally's Frame Shop
Regina: 2406 9th Ave N
10% off Framing
Speed Pro Signs Plus
Saskatoon: 205 3rd AVE N, Phone: 306-664-6244
15% off Signage
Moose Jaw: 32 Manitoba ST W, Phone:306-694-5757
Fax: 306-693-9788, Toll Free: 1-877-694-5757
Prince Albert: 129 - 15th ST E, Phone:306-764-9600, Fax: 306-764-9700
Regina: 1916 Dewdney Avenue, Phone:306-566-8888
Fax: 306 757-2313 Toll Free: 1-800-667-3690
Saskatoon: 2346 Miller Ave., Phone: 306-665-5757
Fax: 306-244-2773, Toll Free: 1-800-371-9523
40% off all non-net priced catalogue items
Victoria Art Gallery & Studios Ltd
Regina: 348 Victoria Ave
15% off framing
Westgate Books Inc.
Saskatoon: 1515B 8th ST E
10% Discount Card for $5
Regina: 920 Bower Crescent, Phone:306-721-6560, Fax:306-721-2184
Saskatoon: 3222 Millar Avenue, Phone:306-931-1232, Fax:306-931-7303
10% Discount on Moldings & Hardwood Lumber
15% Discount on Hardware, Stain & Glue
Zach Hauser Photography
Saskatoon: 1035 - 10th ST E
Phone: 306- 343-8598
10% off photographic work
CARFAC SASK members are also eligible for SaskCulture discounts on hotels and car rentals.
Reduced hotel rates
SaskCulture organizational members are eligible for the SaskCulture rate at hotels in Regina and Saskatoon. Contact SaskCulture, or click this title, for a listing of hotels that provide this service.
Photo Light Kits
We have lighting equipment kits available at both CARFAC SASK offices. Each kit contains a pair of halogen lamps, lamp stands, a tripod and an incident light meter.
Members may borrow the kits for the purpose of photographic documentation of their works. The equipment is not intended for commercial use, nor for non-photographic uses (installations, exhibits, etc).
Prior to the use of equipment borrowers must participate in a certification program or exhibit competency and skill in use and care of the equipment. A loan fee and security deposit are required.
Members may book the equipment in advance, by contacting CARFAC SASK staff during office hours.
( sorry...the chair is not included in the kit...)
ADVISORY NOTES are produced by CARFAC as an informational service to provide a summary of issues of interest to practising visual artists. They are intended to be used as guidelines for the reader, not to replace professional advice, which may be required before taking action. Neither the authors nor CARFAC can assume liability for problems that may arise from their use or for any errors or omissions contained herein. Views expressed in ADVISORY NOTES are not necessarily those of CARFAC.
Copyright, all rights reserved. No part of these publications may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in a database and retrieval system, without the prior written permission of CARFAC and/or the authors.
Reproduction by CARFAC Regional Organizations (as defined by the CARFAC Constitution) is permitted, except where the author reserves copyright. In that case specific permission must be received from the author in advance.
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INFO SHEETS are produced by CARFAC SASK as an informational service to provide a summary of issues of interest to practising visual artists in Saskatchewan. They are intended to be used as guidelines for the reader, not to replace professional advice, which may be required before taking action. Neither the authors nor CARFAC SASK can assume liability for problems that may arise from their use or for any errors or omissions contained herein. Views expressed in INFO SHEETS are not necessarily those of CARFAC SASK.
Copyright, all rights reserved. No part of these publications may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in a database and retrieval system, without the prior written permission of CARFAC SASK and/or the authors.
You will need Adobe Reader or similar software in order to view PDF files.
The Saskatchewan Gallery Survey is produced every three years in order to provide a comprehensive guide to the galleries in Saskatchewan, including artist cooperatives, artist-run centres, commercial and public galleries.
Information includes gallery mandates, and submission requirements and exhibition terms such as contracts, exhibition fees, insurance provided, and more.
Updates to the 2009-1012 Survey:
The Stall Gallery (p83) CORRECTIONS (as of October 5, 2009): Commission 50% and Average Sale $600
St. Thomas More Gallery (p51) CORRECTION Mandate typo change heald to held.
The Red Shift Gallery (p18) CORRECTION Contact Information: email@example.com & Felicia Gay, Gallery Coordinator
The Fledgling Gallery (old theater)
248 2nd Ave, Punnichy, SK
Open on Wednesdays.
#1 - 101 Centre Street, Val Marie, SK S0N 2T0
Laureen Marchand, owner
Open December 2009
Hours: Thursday to Saturday 12pm to 4pm.
ALTERNATIVE EXHIBIT SPACES - NEW!
Circle Centre Gallery
(Centre at Circle & 8th "East"), 3510 8th Street East, Saskatoon SK
Westgate Books Inc. (Cumberland Square Mall)
1515B 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK
WEB BASED GALLERIES
PERMANENT ARCHIVE EXHIBITS
Memorial Art Collection
Library, Nutana Collegiate
411 - 11th Street East, Saskatoon, SK
Dedicated to students and staff that lost their lives during WWI.
CARFAC SASK is led by an elected Board of Directors, who develop policies and priorities and guide the operations of the organization. A staff of one full-time Executive Director, and two part-time Office Coordinators manage the two offices and all programs and activities. Contract staff are often utilized for programs (Newsletter), projects and special events (Symposia).
Working committees of volunteers may assist the board in the development of policy, programs, and guidelines. In the case of large projects, such as the Artists in Residence/Artists in Schools Project, a coordinator may be contracted to assist the committee (if funds permit). In addition, ad hoc committees are formed to address specific needs or projects.
Board of Directors
Pierre Lheritier | Regina | firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Provincial Rep
Twyla Exner | Prince Albert
Amy Banford | Regina
Past Provincial Rep
Jessica Riess | Regina
Members at large:
Anna Hergert | Moose Jaw
Katherine Boyer | Regina
C. Alejandro Romero | Saskatoon
Leesa Streifler | Regina
Jason Grayston | Regina
Paul Constable | Saskatoon
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting and Members' Focus Group take place in the fall each year. They allow the membership a time to refect on the past, pressent and future of the organization. They also afford the members a chance to participate in the organzation as a board member or volunteer.