Ages:  13+ 

When:  July 3, 10, 17 (Saturdays) 

Time:  10:00am-12:00pm CST 

Level:  Beginner to Advanced (Beginners should be familiar with Minecraft basic functions)  

Cost:  $60  

Help build a geo-map of Saskatchewan in this 3-part Minecraft workshop! Participants will collaboratively build miniature digital dioramas in Minecraft blocks representing the diverse regions of a pre-human prairie landscape, such as the lodgepole pines in Cypress Hills to the Athabasca Sand Dunes.  

Whether you are new to Minecraft or a well-travelled adventurer, you will be encouraged to follow your curiosity and discoveries as we research the unique attributes of each area to virtually craft the varied provincial terrain, making the natural beauty of wild Saskatchewan accessible. 

Once complete we will invite the public to wander and wonder with us through our collective creation and to view future workshop creations found in the Great Saskatchewan Landscape Build.  

Workshop Facilitator: Berny Hi

Gamer, beekeeper and interdisciplinary artist Berny Hi is endlessly fascinated by nature and intangible aspects of the human experience. As he pursues an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies, his current work revolves around a choose-your-own-adventure video game where players take on the role of a queen bee through her life cycle with the goal of creating sincere, magical connections that surpass our unique perception of time and space. He finds that there is simply not enough time in a day.