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Capitol Theatre

Moose Jaw Capitol Theatre Circa 1930

 

In 1998, Moose Jaw’s Art in Motion group identified a need for a cultural centre in Moose Jaw’s vibrant mix of growing attractions, tourism and downtown revitalization projects.  By 1999, a feasibility study was approved and in 2000, the project was adopted and approved by City Council with an initial pledge of 3 million dollars.  AIM purchased the Capitol Theatre, as well as the properties both north and south of the theatre to be renovated as part of the complex.  Throughout the next two years, AIM raised 1.3 million dollars including a major contribution from Larry Wilson, a former resident and performer in the theatre.  Renovations began in January of 2003 with the doors opening in June, 2004, as the Mae Wilson Theatre in honour of the contribution from the Wilson Family.  Once again, the theatre is gracing the streetscape of Downtown Moose Jaw, and the headline on opening day echoed the Daily News of 1916 – “A Beautiful Theatre has opened”.

Canvas Giclées are available in 18″ x 24″ or 30″ x 40″ image size and are only available framed.

Watercolour Giclées are available in 18″ x 24″ image size and are only available framed.

The price is based on the size of the giclée and the frame chosen.

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The selection and price of each piece can vary as they are ever-changing.

Please call (306) 693-7600 or text (306) 527-7257 for a virtual catalogue of current options and availability.

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An Yvette Moore Giclee Print image is generated from a high resolution digital scan of the original painting and is printed with archival quality inks onto canvas or watercolour paper. The canvas is acid-free with a varnish finish designed for long-term, fade resistant fine art. The watercolour paper is made of 100% cotton linters with traditional matte finish also designed for long term, fade-resistant reproductions.

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