The SGC has available the following exhibits intended for use in schools, libraries, museums or at community events and cultural celebrations. For more information on availability and cost, please contact us!

Diversity of Austria Banners

The diversity project “Beyond Alps & Apfelstrudel” is an introduction to both the traditional and modern Austria, its rich culture and history, famous cuisine, stunning architecture and much more. The banners also include information on Austrian migration to Canada and recognize famous Austrian-Canadians in Saskatchewan.

The 9 pop-up banners include the following topics: Architecture & Buildings, Art & Literature, Music, History, Public Figures, Facts, Cultural Traditions, and Traditional Cuisine.

To view the banners, please click here.

Diversity of Germany Banners

The diversity project “Beyond Autobahn and Oktoberfest” intends to create an interest in German language, culture and traditions. It further aims to educate and inform about aspects of the history of the German people that might not be known to many.

The 12 pop-up trifold banners include the following topics:  Language, Waves of Immigrants to Canada, Art & Architecture, Literature, Music, Fact on Germany, History of the 20th Century, Public Figures, Cultural Traditions, Invented in Germany and Traditional Cuisine.

To view the banners, please click here.

Luther Exhibit

Host your own poster exhibition on the history of the Reformation by renting these posters from SGC!  The poster exhibition “#HereIStand. Martin Luther, the Reformation and its Results” shows the upheavals of the 16th century delivered through 16 modern, attractively designed and informative posters.  Spark interest in this German history that changed Western civilization forever.

For more details, click here.

Ortszeit / Local Time

A poster exhibition by photographer Stefn Kappelkamm with photos from buildings, streets and squares in East Germany before and after the Fall of the Berlin Wall.

The poster exhibit consists of 12 posters mounted on foam board. To view the posters, please click here.