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Arts & Culture

Dunlop Art Gallery – Sherwood Village

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.

Evraz Place

Situated in the heart of the Queen City — Regina, Evraz Place is one of the largest and most influential event complexes in the country. It is a centre of excellence for entertainment, agri-business, sporting, recreational and cultural activities. Evraz Place boasts 1.2 million square feet of indoor space and close to 42 acres of usable outdoor tradeshow space. Registered as a not-for-profit organization, Evraz Place receives no subsidization for operating expenses from the public sector. The organization produces and hosts the majority of Regina’s major events every year, including the Western Canada Farm Progress Show presented by Viterra, the provincial exhibition — Queen City Ex and Prairie Mobile Taste of Spring. It is home to Canadian Western Agribition, the WHL’s Regina Pats, Regina Soccer Association, Spring Home & Garden Show & Sale, First Nations University of Canada Pow Wow and numerous concerts, tradeshows and conventions.

Globe Theatre

Globe Theatre is the province’s largest performing arts organization and the regional theatre for Regina and southern Saskatchewan. Globe Theatre is a national centre of excellence in the production of theatre-in-the-round and in fostering the work of Saskatchewan artists. The Globe Theatre Society is a Board run not-for-profit organization.

Henrys

Henry’s is an award winning and architecturally stunning complex featuring an art gallery, an amazing section of shopping, and a café.

Joe Moran Gallery

The Joe Moran Art Gallery has been transformed into a permanent historical gallery that celebrates the rich history of Wascana Centre. Through an artful display of photographs that date from 1882 to the present, the gallery highlights the growth and development of Wascana Centre over the decades. The gallery represents an opportunity for the public to learn about and connect with Wascana Centre’s rich historical past.

MacKenzie Art Gallery

The MacKenzie Art Gallery is Saskatchewan’s largest public art gallery, with a national reputation for showcasing outstanding local, national and international artists.

The MacKenzie is an interactive and creative space that provides free public tours for visitors of all ages. Spanning over 100,000 square feet, our multi-use facility space hosts an art conservation lab, activities for families in the BMO Learning Centre, a Gallery Shop, sculpture garden, theatre, conference rooms, and a vault containing over 4,500 pieces from our permanent collection.

Free admission.