Prince Albert Arts Centre
|Former Prince Albert City Hall|
|Architectural style||Victorian design, Italian accents|
|Location||Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Design and construction|
|Engineer||A. and W.B. Goodfellow Builders|
|Prince Albert Arts Centre|
|Official name||Former Prince Albert City Hall National Historic Site of Canada|
The former Prince Albert City Hall, now the Prince Albert Arts Centre, is a National Historic Site of Canada located at 1010 Central Ave. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Construction on this city Hall started in 1892, and was completed 1893. A. and W.B. Goodfellow Builders built the city hall with clock tower, opera house, and meeting room.
As well as being a heritage site, it is still in operation today as the Prince Albert Arts Centre for various visual arts clubs and galleries for exhibitions, including the John V. Hicks Gallery, which features local and regional art exhibitions coordinated by the Prince Albert Council for the Arts. Between 1911 and 1937, the old City Hall helped to house the Prince Albert Public Library in its upstairs rooms.
- Former Prince Albert City Hall National Historic Site of Canada. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 11 August 2012.
- City Lights News; Serenelli Desktop Publishing. (1993), 2 - City Lights News Highlights/Events July 1993 - Prince Albert, retrieved 2007-05-03
- John M. Cuelenaere Public Library - The Public Library in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, January 17, 1974, archived from the original on May 17, 2007, retrieved 2007-05-03
- Prince Albert Arts Centre
- John V. Hicks Gallery
- Prince Albert Historical Society introduction to site will include some pictures depicting
- Parks Canada - National Historic Sites of Canada System Plan - Labour
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