Thanks to organizations such as the Saskatchewan Craft Council, Saskatoon has a thriving and well-respected visual arts and crafts community. The Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery has six exhibitions per year featuring SCC member works in textile, pottery, wood and glass, to name a few. For over 40 years, member-run Handmade House on Broadway Avenue has provided a unique, year-round craft market and now, a small gallery space. You won't find "Big Box" fare here - the market is home to unique jewelry, metal works, pottery, wood, fibre and glass treasures.
The city is still buzzing with excitement over the Remai Modern at River Landing. This impressive facility is home to Oliver and Bonacini’s Shift Restaurant, a learning centre, convention and meeting space, and large community galleries. Particularly of note is the Picasso Gallery, featuring the world's most comprehensive collection of Picasso linocuts and other works by the famous Spanish master.