Influences of Emma Lake Art School

Creator(s): Art Gallery of Prince Albert

Conceived during the Great Depression on the Prairies, the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus was the first of its kind, connecting Prairie artists to the wider scope of the international art world, in a setting of breathtaking boreal splendor. Officially, 2005 marked the 70th year of Kenderdine Campus and the 50th year of the Emma Lake Artists' Workshop. This virtual exhibit of work from the Art Gallery of Prince Albert's Permanent Collection showcases the impact of Emma Lake Art School on Prairie artists and the Kendardine site's continuing influence as the University of Saskatchewan's arts campus and environmental research centre.

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