Creativity for Brain Health is hosted by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery’s Education Coordinator, Christy Schweiger and TimeSlips Facilitator Catherine Livingstone.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Tuesdays
November 21 & 28 and
December 5 & 12

Rural Stories: Treasures from the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery Collection

This free program is open to anyone in Saskatchewan age 60 and over. Pre-registration required. Join from your own home – on your phone in a conference call format, just like an old-fashioned “party line” – no internet or computer is needed.

Have you always wanted to learn a bit more about Canadian art, and exercise your brain while doing it? Join
Catherine and Christy for a glimpse into the fascinating world of Saskatchewan artists.

Over four sessions, we will explore a selection of prints and paintings depicting the theme of “human stories”, and use prompts to try different elements of art-making ourselves. This is an informal and non-judgmental program that promises lots of fun – no creative experience necessary!

All visual reproductions of artwork will be provided, for inspiration and discussion.

Maximum of 20 people.

To register for this program, phone
306-631-4357 or email