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Nic Wilson: Pavilion of Shadows

curated by Wayne Baerwaldt

Pavilion of Shadows is an ever-expanding database of mourning and decay.

November 13 7-9 PM | Opening Reception (preregistration required)​


Visiting Safely

As of Friday, November 6, masks will be mandatory for all indoor spaces in Regina.

For more information on visiting the Art Gallery of Regina safely, please download the PDF pamphlet below.


Fall Hours 

Admission is FREE

Open 7 Days per Week

Mondays -Thursdays | 11 AM - 7 PM

Fridays - Sundays | 1 PM - 5 PM

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Outside the Box Hallway & Display Case

featuring work by Brushworks Art Guild, The Last Mountain Artists' Collective and Prairie Artists Guild | Coming Together

In these extraordinary times, when we must create distance from one another, it may seem out of place to come together. However, coming together is what is happening at the Art Gallery of Regina: The Last Mountain Artists' Collective, Brushworks Art Guild and Prairie Artists Guild join together to hold a "supershow" in the AGR's Outside the Box Galleries starting October 30 and running until November 27.


Coming Together is an excellent opportunity to see works from three distinct groups of artists representing diverse styles and visions. Escape for the moment by immersing yourself in this eclectic presentation.

Moving Pictures

Moving Pictures

Rania AlHarthi, Lindsay Arnold, Ian Campbell & Heidi Phillips, David Garneau with Peter Brass, Dennis Jackson, John Graham, Graeme Patterson, Theo Pelmus with Kristin Snowbird, Lindsey Rewuski
On-demand screenings of video artworks by Saskatchewan artists accessed through a free augmented reality smartphone app paired with AR-enabled posters at public locations throughout Regina and the province.

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Fall Newsletter

Read Online & Print Your Copy

Visit the Members' Information page on our website and click on the PDF icon to read, download and print the AGR's fall newsletter. 

to feel close

Online Project

Katherine Boyer: Where the Sky Carries the Sun

Through distance and closure, there is the potential to become closer: closer to artist's processes, research and the experiences that inform their work.


The Art Gallery of Regina, in partnership with AKA Artist-Run (Saskatoon), invites Katherine Boyer's intimate glimpse's online sketchbook archived on

The sun is cradled by sky; imagined shifting its weight along a strap or loose in a pouch of blue cloth. If you can, be still, and look. You can see the world changing around you, sometimes gradually, sometimes suddenly. Daily, a changed world. Hourly, a changed world. With each blink, a changed world. Our material culture is a mirror, the surface is a reflection of the world and universe. The substrate of the internet supports connectivity, connecting skies.

This daily series of 14 object videos carry documented skies at various times of day, in various weather conditions. Nothing special happened to me on these days, but life-changing happened for someone else.

ritual & lore exhibition

Ritual & Lore

Ayla Dmyterko, Blair Fornwald & Brette Gabel, Audie Murray, Marigold Santos, Zoë Schneider, Maia Stark
curated by Jess Richter

Enjoy images and ideas from Ritual & Lore: download the exhibition catalogue as a free PDF.

Important Information about the

Art Gallery of Regina


The Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre will also have new COVID-19 protocols in place to keep patrons safe. When visiting, please carefully read and follow all signs. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the centre, and travel in halls is one-direction only.



The AGR will arrange safe times to visit for those who are immunocompromised or otherwise at risk. Call us to schedule your visit during a time that the building is closed to the general public.



We are here to assist you from a safe distance.

  • Maintain a 2-meter (6-foot) distance from other patrons and staff at all times, unless they are part of our social bubble.

  • Do not enter the AGR office or lean on desks or workstations.

  • For membership renewals, notify AGR staff from a safe distance, marked with an X on the floor and wait at the white counter under the bulletin board. AGR Staff will deliver a membership form, a pen and a debit pin pad to you.

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The Art Gallery of Regina is an independent, nonprofit, public art gallery located at 2420 Elphinstone St within the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre.

Regina, Saskatchewan

The Art Gallery of Regina respectfully acknowledges we are located on

Treaty 4, traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, Lakota and Dakota peoples, and the homeland of the Métis people.


Admission is free, donations appreciated, all are welcome!

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