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Art Gallery of Regina

The Art Gallery of Regina is an independent, public gallery located in the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre in Regina. The gallery features contemporary art work with an emphasis on Saskatchewan artists. In addition to art exhibitions, the gallery offers an extensive public education program including informational and hands-on workshops, lectures, visiting artist events and demonstrations.

Assiniboia Art Gallery

The Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by established and emerging visual artists from across Canada. The gallery’s collection includes original water colour, oil, and acrylic paintings as well as encaustic works, sterling silver jewelry, blown glass, ceramics, sculpture and photography.

Civic Museum of Regina

Regina is steeped in history. The Civic Museum of Regina houses 17,000 artifacts including a steam locomotive. The museum is also home to a unique and internationally recognized work of art by Saskatchewan artist Jacqueline Berting. The Glass Wheatfield – A Salute to Canadian Farmers – is a sculpture that must be viewed in person.

Conexus Arts Centre

Whether you’re looking for tickets to an upcoming event at the Centre or planning a meeting, special event, seminar, trade show, reception, banquet or fundraiser… Conexus Arts Centre is ready to serve you!

Creative City Centre

Creative City Centre is an exciting new addition to Regina’s downtown. Home to a variety of artists and arts organizations, the Creative City Centre will offer all of Regina a new place to experience creativity in many forms, including music, theatre, film screenings, fashion design, literary and visual arts.

Dunlop Art Gallery – Central

The Dunlop Art Gallery is dedicated to engaging, researching and presenting a diverse range of visual artwork. The main focus is on contemporary culture. This art collection preserves works of art of contemporary and historical significance for the people of Regina and Saskatchewan. The collection features only works by Saskatchewan artists.