Highway 1 Studio Tour

It’s about experiencing the art and where it’s made.

The Highway 1 Studio Tour is a self-guided tour held annually in the last half of September along Highway 1 in Southwest Saskatchewan. It gives art lovers a chance to access some great art and craft, as well as giving them the opportunity to see artists’ own creative spaces, fostering a better understanding of how art is made.

The Studio Tour gives access to excellent quality art and handcraft in the region and allows people to meet the makers and learn about their work in a relaxed yet personal way.

Take the time to take the drive – the rewards are incredible.

2021 Update

Due to the COVID pandemic the Highway 1 Studio Tour is suspended.

Take the Tour

The tour is self-guided. This means you (and friends! bring company) drive to the stops along the map visiting the artist locations. Keep an eye out for the pink signs & ribbons!

Begin the tour at any stop you choose. As you make your way along the tour, talk with us, ask us questions and watch us demonstrate. Collect a stamp or signature from us at each location on your Passport as you go and turn it in at your last stop for a chance to win a lovely collection of art from the artists on the tour.

Be a part of the tour

Interested in having your studio included, or joining as a guest artist?

The Artists

The Highway 1 Studio Tour artists are a diverse bunch living along the route of the tour – the Trans-Canada Highway. The tour is broken down into 6 different locations where you can find one or more of us. The Tour will run Sept. 28th, 2019 10:00am to 6:00pm and Sept. 29th, 2019 11:00am to 5:00pm:

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Contact Us

For more information please call:

Kim Undseth – (306) 773-0104 or email

You may also download and print a copy of the rack card (which includes the map and our individual contact info)

Our Story

The Tour was begun in 2009 by a group of artists looking for a different kind of exposure and new opportunities. They are linked by their love of art and their location along the Trans-Canada Highway in Southwest Saskatchewan. As professional artists, the participants all agree that nurturing the arts and teaching people about the process of art is as important as selling their work. We hope you’ll join us on the tour!

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