Saskatchewan artist Kas Rea has completed her University of Saskatchewan Certificate of Art and Design (USCAD). At USCAD she did a variety of creative classes including advanced photography, painting, drawing, photoshop, and animation. Kas has also attended Emma Lake's Kenderdine campus. Kas is currently enrolled at the U of S, pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (BFA). Kas does a variety of art materials including painting in acrylics, watercolours, and oils, drawing, photography, and face/body painting.
Kas enjoys working at Remai Modern as a Research Assistant with the Exhibitions/Collections Department. She also recently worked as a Marketing/Communications Assistant with Remai Modern. Rea has also worked as a Program Guide Remai Modern, where she gave tours, facilitated workshops, talked to the public about art, and more. She also works at Gail Adams School of Art (GASA) as an instructor for children and adults of all levels. Kas has worked at Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program (SCYAP) as an art leader. She led after-school programs and community workshops with youth and the drop-in program. Kas previously was an artistic director at the local photography company CG Imaging, where she led and co-led creative photoshoots for clients. She has worked for Paint Nite, guiding groups of people on their paintings in an upbeat environment.
Kas has plenty of experience with public speaking, gallery support, working with a diverse group of people, vending, balancing team and independent work, designing logos, banners, and other marketing strategies, delivering workshops and classes, coordinating projects, and problem-solving.
Kas has been doing visual arts for over 10 years. For her art is about sharing ideas, emotions, and telling stories through different media. Her pieces often relate to nature, human emotions, and feminism. She sees art as a constant adventure that offers unlimited possibilities.