Enjoy Breathtaking River Views at
Remai Modern in Saskatoon
Remai Modern is a new museum located in the heart of Saskatoon at River Landing. Housed among compelling art exhibitions, Remai Modern offers a stunning collection of modern spaces that can host a wide range of events. From small business meetings for eight to large seated dinners for 350, Remai Modern can cater to any corporate or social need. The museum is also available for a full buyout, and can accommodate 1200 guests for a standing reception.
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Hosting your event at the museum allows you to add gallery tours, hands-on art making, films and other offerings.
Atrium: 270 reception
Riverview Buyout: 350 seated, 450 reception
Theatre: 147 seated
Gallery Lounge: 24 seated, 29 reception
Galleria: 260 reception
Boardroom: 8 seated
Conference Room: 30 seated
Rooftop: 59 reception
Full Museum Buyout: 1200 reception
Let your guests soak in spectacular views of the South Saskatchewan River through the enormous floor-to-ceiling windows that grace every event space at Remai Modern. Offering a stunning collection of modern spaces, Remai Modern can accommodate all your nuptial needs.
Housed among compelling art exhibitions, Remai Modern’s extraordinary event spaces can be tailored to a wide range of corporate events, from small business meetings for eight to large seated dinners for 350.
Social Events & Celebrations
Remai Modern offers a variety of multi-use spaces that can be transformed to suit a wide range of functions and host up to 1200 guests for full buyout reception. Together with O&B’s chef-driven cuisine and inspired service, Remai Modern will give you sleek sophistication and unforgettable memories.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the rental fees and minimum spend requirements?
Use of space within Remai Modern is subject to a landmark rental fee plus a minimum spend requirement for food and beverage, exclusive of tax and gratuity
If the minimum spend requirement is not met, the difference will appear as an additional room rental fee on the final bill
Statutory holidays are subject to a surcharge
All food and beverage pricing is exclusive of tax and gratuity
A gratuity will be charged at a rate of 17% on all food, beverages and additional room rental fees (if applicable)
Am I able to host my event in the gallery space?
Use of gallery space in conjunction with your event is based on availability.
Exhibitions in and around event spaces may change between the date that an event is placed on the calendar and the date on which it is held.
Please be advised that the museum reserves the right to install works of art, including large sculptures or installation pieces, in spaces used for events without notice.
No food or beverage is allowed in gallery space
What services are included?
All standard white cotton linens (tablecloths and napkins)
All existing tables and chairs
Standard table flatware and glassware
Is parking available?
Parking is available in the attached River Landing Parkade, this facility is managed by the City of Saskatoon Valet parking can be arranged through your Event Specialist for ease of guest arrival.
How are beverage costs managed?
All beverage costs are based on a per person basis or upon consumption per drink (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
Customized bar offerings can be tailored with your Event Specialist to manage your bar costs and consumption
If a consumption bar is chosen, wines will be charged based on bottles consumed
We do not permit our guests to bring in their own wine or alcohol
Wine must be selected from our current list
How will the menu be selected?
Press & Accolades
“Saskatoon’s Remai Modern is an architectural homage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style; its cantilevered stacks reaching out toward the South Saskatchewan River and the community; its glass and copper-coloured mesh exterior announcing big cultural ambitions.”
The Globe & Mail