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Events at the

Art Gallery of Regina

The Art Gallery of Regina's main gallery and office will remain closed until further notice despite the recent announcement that galleries can reopen as of June 29. 

 

The AGR's reopening depends upon:

  • Confirming the opening date of our next exhibition;

  • The reopening of Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, a city-run recreation centre;

  • Safety measures, such as Plexiglas barriers, are in place.

Imaginary Exhibition: Green & Gold

Imaginary Exhibition is a re-imagining of an audacious curatorial project by Andrew Hunter in my hometown art gallery in the 1990s that I never saw.

The mental image I have pieced together from half-remembered and fractured reportage of Hunter’s show provides a suitably ungraspable starting point for an exhibition of objects displayed in the AGR's closed gallery.

Similar to the exhibition that inspired it, this Imaginary Exhibition, as I have termed it, will never be whole or concrete, only incompletely glimpsed as bits (and bytes) on social media.

View Imaginary Exhibition

Introducing Online Exhibitions & Programming:

Check out our artists' studio tour video series on our new page: Online Gallery

COVID-19 Closure

The Art Gallery of Regina is currently closed to the public in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Many of our planned events will not proceed as scheduled. 
The AGR will announce new dates and event cancellations once the Province of Saskatchewan sets a date for reopening under Phase IV of the Provincial Reopening Plan.

Special Events: 

Members' Show & Sale Reception

CANCELLED in order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

AGM

postponed until Fall 2020

Art Gallery of Regina

The Art Gallery of Regina’s 2019/20 annual general meeting is postponed. All gallery members are urged to attend on the new date, when it is announced. Annual Reports and audited financial statements will be available through the office following the AGM.

Artist Talk: Vera Saltzman

postponed until Fall 2020

Award-winning photographer artist Vera Saltzman will talk about her route to becoming a professional artist. Known for her authentic and empathetic portraits of people and locales, Saltzman will discuss how creating a sense of place and a record of intangible drives her creative practice.

Exhibition: Ritual & Lore

postponed

Fundraising Gala 2020

CANCELLED

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