Royal Red

Royal Red — pretty much the best gallery ever — was founded by Troy Gronsdahl in 2004 and officially christened on November 4th, 2005. It was a unique little spot nestled in and amongst the city’s commercial galleries, Artist Run Centres and lovely, well funded Public institutions. No artist fees were ever paid but the parties were really fun. The gallery shared space with Phonographique, a boutique record shop, which closed in 2007.

Bachelors’ Art Guild presents…
Saskatoon’s newest old boys club presents their second exhibition of work. Includes a series of drawings by Todd Gronsdahl and Matthew Feyld, and an installation by Troy Gronsdahl.

Cindy Baker – The Wetaskiwin of Saskatchewan
Cindy will be exhibiting paintings and drawings of shacks and huts. Join us for the closing reception Saturday, December 2nd at 8pm!

Patrick Bulas – Trace Patterns
New woodblocks from Saskatoon artist Patrick Bulas

Bart Peter Gazzola
Bart Gazzola will be presenting selections from his new series, sloth. These scans of fat at high resolutions are printed at monumental sizes of 4feet to 8 feet. This work, in some ways, is a continuation of Bart’s works on love, lust, envy and other such sins under the umbrella of the seven deadly sins.

JUNE 7-30 2006
The Bachelor’s Art Guild Presents: Well Hung
Saskatoon’s newest old boys club presents an exhibition of work based on the most beloved of Hallmark holidays — Father’s Day. Includes a series of drawings by Todd Gronsdahl and David Jaguttis, an audio piece by Troy Gronsdahl and an installation by Chris Allen.

Matt McMillan
Matt is a Saskatoon-based artist who meddles with mixed media.

FEBRUARY 14 – APRIL 1, 2006
Yuka Yamaguchi – My Mind is Everywhere
Yuka creates strange and beautiful drawings with ball point pen and coloured pencil. She is presenting a collection of new works on paper. Join us at the opening reception, Friday, February 17th at 8pm!

Todd Gronsdahl – Spanish Influenza
Todd presents a selection of his silkscreen prints based on sketches of catholic iconography made on a trip to Spain… come celebrate the opening on Saturday, January 7 at 8:30 pm (which, appropriately enough, is Orthodox Christmas!)

Amalie Atkins, Tamara Bond & Dawna Rose – Mechanics of the Mind or What I Did on My Summer Holidays

MAY 24 – JULY 9, 2005
The 1st Annual Cans Filth Festival
Bender, Weasl, Mock, Cnile, Rove, Theory and more!

FEBRUARY 26, 2005
Amalie Atkins – Wind Chill Masks
Amelie Atkins is a Saskatoon-based visual artist working in a variety of media ranging from fabric to film. She has a BFA Alberta College of Art and Design.

DECEMBER 18, 2004
3rd Annual Clothes Horse Records Christmas Pissup! Join soso to celebrate another year of dope hip hop and the launch his new instrumental 7″! Admission: 5$ All ages. 8:30 pm.

DECEMBER 11, 2004
Side Road Records Performance

NOVEMBER 19, 2004
The Drunken Arseholes (Moves and Cee!!!!!!!!) and Kaboom. With special guests Eekwol, World Famous, the Gaff and Chaps

NOVEMBER 16, 2004
Sweatshop Union

OCTOBER 29, 2004
Ira Lee and Grubbs with special guests soso and Chaps

OCTOBER 8, 2004
Holzkopf farewell show with soso and Foal.
This will be a loud ass show so bring earplugs!
8pm. Admission: $5

OCTOBER 1, 2004
Maybe Smith “Root Hug!” CD Release party with special guests Shakey Wilson, Jill Zmud and Economics.

SEPTEMBER 24, 2004
Tamara Bond – My Left Hand

SEPTEMBER 11, 2004
Side Road 12″ release party featuring Cam the Wizzard, Kay the Aquanaut, Nolto, Chaps, Factor and M.Phasis.

JULY 31, 2004
DJ Showcase with Mr. E, Heywoodjablowme and Chaps followed by an emcee showcase hosted by soso featuring Nolto, The Intelligentalmen, RationaL and the Flow Fanatics (supersonic, Sean Blaze, SkizzAFrantik& Enzo).

JUNE 25, 2004
Chris Allen & Graham Olver

JUNE 3- 5
w/ Andrew Forster and Michael Fernandes
Reading is a 2-person collaborative performance based on the reading of a text. One person sits on top of a stack of chairs and reads to the audience. The other person is part-actor and part-listener; his series of actions and gestures animate but do not illustrate the text. The piece proposes a deliberate, almost slapstick divisions between reader/listener and voice/work of art/audience.

FRIDAY MAY 14, 2004
GRUF & DJ Brace (Sound Barriers), Gumshoe Strut and Chaps

FRIDAY MAY 1, 2004
Gumshoe Strut, Grubbs, Kutdown & Chaps