The Bruno Arts Bank
The first time I visited the teeny tiny town of Bruno, SK (population 600, about an hour east of Saskatoon) was almost exactly 2 years ago when Miss Quincy & co. played right next door to Senior Citizens at All Citizens:
To see more photos from the first visit click here.
Since then Tyler Brett & Kerri Reid have taken their knack for transformation a few doors down and revamped the old red brick bank building (built in 1917) into the Bruno Arts Bank – an artist-run coffee shop, music venue, artist residency, record/book store, art gallery, and mini-museum. With a 20 seat capacity and many of the original bank features still in tact (the vault, for one), it’s as gem-like as they come.
The Bruno Arts Bank and Main Street Bruno (photo by the Bruno Arts Bank).
Miss Quincy & The Showdown on the Arts Bank stage.
Record Shop turned Miss Quincy merch den (photo by the Bruno Arts Bank).
The ever-crafty Tyler Brett’s backyard A-Frame where all 4 of us bedded down for the night.
An A-Framed Family Portrait (photo by the Bruno Arts Bank).