Keeping House is a means of Aboriginal people and those interested in
Indian culture in Saskatchewan to view the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural
Centre's permanent Aboriginal art collection and also its collection of
artifacts. It is hoped that all who view these objects of our community's
skilled artists and artisans will be able to experience the beauty of
traditional and contemporary art of the Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.
Our culture is enriched by these visual reminders of our rich heritage,
encompassing the traditions of the three groups of Cree-speaking people in
Saskatchewan (Plains, Swampy, and Woodlands), the Dene of northern
Saskatchewan, the Saulteaux (Plains Ojibwe), and the Souian tribes of the
Dakota, Lakota and the Nakota.