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Between Us

January 18 - March 4, 2023



Eva Francis-Work: POP PIECES

January 7 – February 27,  2023


Amy Snider: Crushed

January 7 – February 27,  2023


Tues-Thurs 11AM - 7PM

Fri-Sat 1PM - 5PM

Sun/Mon closed


The AGR is located in the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, at 2420 Elphinstone. We are wheelchair accessible. 

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Excavating Stories with Carla Harris - Creative Writing Workshop

Attendees will explore the Art Gallery of Regina's current exhibition (Between Us) and utilize art as a tool to inspire their own creative work. Experimenting with perspectives, ekphrastic writing (poems written about works of art) can open doors for creative minds. With options for both group discussions and individual writing exercises, join us and see where your vision takes you!


All writing materials will be provided


February 26, 2023

2:00 - 4:00 PM

In-person, Art Gallery of Regina

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Join us for a free movement workshop on March 5th from 2 - 4PM in our main gallery space with I-Ying Wu. This workshop employs subtle awareness to explore the tacit interrelationship among “us”, including living/nonliving things, and see how a collective creation emerges through this creative process. To learn more and to save your spot, follow the link below!

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A Pea Can Be Chopped Up and Reassembled Into The Sun: Phomohobes, Paul Robles, Gerry Ruecker, Rhayne Vermette

essay by exhibition curator Sandee Moore

What do the magician, the mathematician and the collage artist all have in common? Exhibition curator Sandee Moore connects how these three figures cut up and reassemble bits of the world to create more than what they've started with. She carves up the exhibition into an imagined set of artists' materials - the cut, the rabbit/duck, the frame, infinity, the impossible - and compares the magical generative role of collage to a geometric theorem that proves that cutting and rearranging can increase the volume of matter.

Publication free to read online or download.

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Aganetha Dyck, who became an artist while living in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, has been creating artwork assisted by honeybees and beekeepers for over 20 years. Dyck shares her experiences and examples of artwork created in collaboration with honeybees in this online artist’s talk, in discussion with AGR curator Sandee Moore.

Dyck’s Mennonite heritage and its emphasis on thrift is a source of inspiration for her artwork in which she commonly gives new life to broken and discarded items. Famously, she has reshaped wool sweaters into tiny, shrunken effigies, used family pickling recipes to preserve buttons from the sewing factory that occupied her studio before it was a space for artists and placed hand-crocheted doilies and broken porcelain figurines into beehives to be “mended” by the bees. Dyck’s artworks reframe bees as conscious agents who are creative and multisensorial communicators. While empathy for these insects will not be new to beekeepers, Dyck’s artworks reveal possibilities for the public to dismiss their fear and instead experience empathy and caring for all pollinators.

watch the recorded talk here:

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KC Adams (Winnipeg), Carole Epp (Saskatoon) and Brenda Wolf (Regina) share their ceramics practices in conversation.

a recording of this artist's talk and discussion forum is available to view on the AGR's online talks page

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Nic Wilson

Curated and essay by Wayne Baerwaldt

Read Wayne Baerwaldt's exhibition essay accompanied by Don Hall's installation photos of Nic Wilson's Pavilion of Shadows at the Art Gallery of Regina. Read online or download the exhibition catalogue as a free PDF.

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Main Gallery Exhibition 


Between Us: Nicole Charlebois-Rinas, Denise Flaman, George Glenn, Last Birds, Kelly Litzenberger, Judy McNaughton, Jeff Meldrum, Tim Moore, Melanie Monique Rose, Chantel Schultz, Sylvia Thompson, Hanna Yokozawa Farquharson​

Between Us is an exhibition of artworks – drawings, sculptures and sound art – resulting from inter-species collaboration between artists and honeybees.


"Between Us" refers to the distances and differences between us and what we, as humans and insects, have in common.


Just as bees bridge gaps with honeycomb, the outcomes of this multi-year project join artists, beekeepers, honeybees and audiences in a shared process of learning and wonder.


January 18 - March 4

Opening reception: Jan. 18, 7-9 PM

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Outside the Box Display Case

Amy Snider


Amy Snider's fragile vessels of local clay hand-dug by the artist invite visitors to share in her experience of eco-anxiety. Filling the AGR's display case with delicate bowls that disintegrate through proximity to the slightest movement, Snider's exhibition Crushed is a metaphor for our collective implication in environmental destruction.


January 7 – February 27, 2023

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Read all about it! The Art Gallery of Regina's Winter 2022 newsletter is available to read online.

What's inside: exhibitions, members' opportunities, Online Holiday Sale, workshops, talks, community-engaged projects and ways to get involved in your art community.

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Guided by the province of Saskatchewan's and City of Regina's COVID-19 policies, the AGR requests:

  • gallery visitors wear medical masks

  • participants in activities where social distancing is not possible provide proof of vaccination

As of February 14, proof of vaccination is no longer required to visit the building.

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Award-winning photographic artist Vera Saltzman will share her unique hybrid of digital and analogue photography techniques, give viewers a glimpse into her makeshift developing lab, and talk about her unconventional path to becoming an artist.

Watch recording on YouTube:


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Get a peek inside Wilf Perreault’s studio. Wilf will guide you through an intimate tour of his studio and creative process.

Watch the archived video on Facebook:


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Eva Francis-Work


Printmaker Eva Francis-Work applies her training in psychology to the subject of her artwork: herself. In the series of prints POP PIECES, she represents the fragmented pieces of the self, including introspection and femininity, with subtle humour.


January 7 - February 27, 2023

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We have re-named Flow State Drawing & Drone to provide more freedom within the format of pairing relaxing experiences of Visual Art + Sound Art.

Members of holophon audio arts will craft a soothing sonic atmosphere that promotes focus, creativity while AGR staff invite participants lose themselves in still life drawing. AGR staff offer a few prompts to inspire participants joining us for Visual Art and Sound Art in person or online.

DATES Thursdays, January 5, February 2, March 2 and April 6, 2023

TIME 7 - 10 PM

LOCATION Zoom video conference ( ) or in-person


Register online or call 306-522-5940


Do you want to:

  • get involved in the arts community?

  • have opportunities to show and sell your artwork (participate in members' show & sale and Outside the Box exhibitions)?

  • receive discounts on our workshops and at partner businesses?

  • get our newsletter?

  • support SK artists & culture?


only $40/year

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The Art Gallery of Regina has partnered with Black In Sask on a visual arts-focused second installment of their ‘Black In' panel series.

We are thrilled to share the practices of Black artists living in Saskatchewan, the paths they’ve followed in their artistic careers, their personal experiences of blackness, and how these experiences inform their art.

Read artist bios for Peter Tucker, Hagere Selam "shimby" Zegeye-Gebrihwot & Janielle Ogilvie at

watch the recorded panel here:

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Ruth Chambers

essay by Julia Krueger

Julia Krueger interprets ceramic artist Ruth Chambers’ artful calligraphy of stems and blossoms in her essay Tending Time. This exhibition catalogue features numorous documentation photographs by Don Hall capturing the delicacy of Chambers' solo exhibition, Tend, at the Art Gallery of Regina.

Publication free to read online or download.

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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.

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The Art Gallery of Regina is an independent, nonprofit, public art gallery located at 2420 Elphinstone Street inside 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.


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