The Artesian is beloved for its appealing blend of size, atmosphere, amenities, and access. It is booked for hundreds of events each year – everything from book launches to modern dance performances, weddings to retirement parties. The facility – once the Calvary Evangelical Church – was originally designed and built by famed Saskatchewan architects Storey and Van Egmond. It has graced the corner of 13th Avenue and Angus Street for over 65 years.
Today, the Artesian is leased and operated by the registered non-profit, Artesian Performing Arts; an organization committed to supporting our local arts community. While we prioritize use of the facility for local artists and arts organizations, we are regularly booked for corporate and private events, so don't hesitate to call if you're looking for the perfect place for your next intimate gathering.