Superscreen: the making of an artist-run counterculture and the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop

Saskatchewan Weekend

In 1968 the Prairies got our first-ever artist-run centre and the great Western Canadian Screen Shop remained active until the late 1980s. We take a walk down memory lane with founder Bill Lobchuk. He describes the friendships he formed with Saskatchewan artists during that lively time and explains why it was so important for them to advocate for artists rights.

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