E.A Rawlinson Centre for the Arts/City of Prince Albert (Craig Langlois)

E.A Rawlinson Centre for the Arts/City of Prince Albert

Craig Langlois (He/Him)
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Regional Affiliation or Section: Prairie Section
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142 12th St W
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 3B5

TEL: 306-765-1270
FAX: 306-765-1278

The EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts presents artists of world-class caliber diverse in genre and disciplines, enhancing the cultural fabric of Prince Albert and region, and provides opportunities for community engagement through local artist, audience, and event development.

The E A Rawlinson Centre is the hub of arts and cultural activities in Prince Albert. It houses both the Mann Art Gallery and the John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre. The facility is owned & operated by the City of Prince Albert. The Mann Art Gallery organization is governed by a separate Board of Directors and membership.

The E. A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts is named for the late Mr. E. A. ("Ed") Rawlinson, pioneer Canadian broadcaster, Prince Albert community leader and Founder of Rawlco Radio Ltd. A gift of over one million dollars from Rawlco Radio Ltd was significant in making the dream of a visual and performing arts centre for Central and Northern Saskatchewan a reality.


The Olive & John G. Diefenbaker Theatre is a 600+ seat auditorium with all the latest amenities. It has been embraced by the community, housing over 250 events most years, providing audiences with top-notch local and professional entertainment. It is also often rented for other events, including graduations, art shows, and conventions.​

Website: www.earc.ca