If You Prick Me, Do I Not Bleed?
Stacey Fayant, Marcy Friesen, Melanie Monique Rose, Mindy Yan Miller, Hanna Yokozawa Farquharson
January 25 - March 30
OUTSIDE THE BOX HALLWAY GALLERY
Aurora Art Guild
March 2-29, 2024
OUTSIDE THE BOX DISPLAY CASE
JELLERY ARTISTS GUILD OF REGINA DISPLAY CASE
Under the Prairie Sky
Tues - Thurs 11AM - 7PM
Fri - Sat 1PM - 5PM
ADMISSION IS FREE
The AGR is located in the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre at 2420 Elphinstone Street. We are wheelchair accessible.
Outside the Box
Hallway Gallery & NBCAC Hallways Exhibition
Aurora Art Guild
March 2 - 29, 2024
Members of Aurora Art Guild invite you to see "art unveiled" in a diversity of two-dimensional art practices in various media. The Aurora Art Guild was formed in 1982 in Regina. The word "aurora" was chosen as the original members found meaning in the connection between the colours of the aurora borealis and the colours in an artist's palette. The objective of the guild is to provide a supportive art community that will nurture and strengthen each member's creative and professional development.
Live Skin-Stitch Tattooing Event with Stacey Fayant
DATE Saturday, March 16, 2024
TIME 1:00 - 3:00 PM
LOCATION Art Gallery of Regina (2420 Elphinstone St.)
Artist Stacey Fayant will conduct a live skin-stitch tattooing performance in conjunction with the exhibition If You Prick Me, Do I Not Bleed? inviting family, community, and the public to undertstand Indigenous Cultural Tattooing traditions as acts of healing and care.
Fayant will bestow traditional marks on her daughter in accordance with safety guidelines and traditional protocols.
If You Prick Me, Do I Not Bleed?
Stacey Fayant, Marcy Friesen, Melanie Monique Rose, Mindy Yan Miller & Marcus Miller, Hanna Yokozawa Farquharson
January 25 - March 30, 2024
January 25, 7 PM
A needle pricks, pokes, and provokes. It also draws together and mends. This optimistic act of repairing defines the works, all created with needles, by the five Saskatchewan artists in this exhibition. In practices as diverse as embroidery, needle felting, beading, lacemaking, quilting and tattooing, artists Stacey Fayant, Marcy Friesen, Melanie Monique Rose, Mindy Yan Miller & Marcus Miller, and Hanna Yokozawa Farquharson invite audiences to share in experiences of otherness, pain, and healing.
Jewellery Artist's Guild of Regina Display Case
Warm Ocean-Side Getaway
February 10th - April 1st
The Jewellery Artists Guild of Regina knows that our winters are notoriously long and cold, and many are lucky enough to escape to warmer climates. Even if it's not for a long time, it's always for a good time and resort wear, with our beautiful, handcrafted jewellery is the order of the day...and night! And, if escaping to a warmer climate isn't in your future this winter, why not treat yourself to a new piece of unique jewellery for a stay-at-home mental getaway.
Mastering Light and Colour with David Langevin
DATES: September 13, 14, 15, 2024
TIMES: 9 AM - 4 PM Daily
PLACE: Eastview Community Centre (615 6th Avenue)
COST: AGR Members $410
| Non-members $445
REGISTER on Eventbrite using promocode: AGRMember2024
Achieve mastery in your painting materials. Learn how to use your paints to create any effect! In this workshop David will share the secrets of the Old Masters to create vibrant, brilliant, luminous colour.
This workshop is designed for artists with some painting experience with any type of paint. Please see our website for more details.
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Members' Show & Sale Information Session
DATE Thursday, March 7th
TIME 6 - 7 PM
PLACE Art Gallery of Regina
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Holophon Audio Arts Listening Station
Seasons, the inaugural project of Holophon and AGR's Listening Station, is a year long soundscape project featuring four members of the Holophon collective and four guests from the Regina sound art community. Each pairing individually presents their unique response to that season, potentially incorporating field recordings, sonic experimentation and journalistic composition.
The Listening Station is located in the hallway of the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, and is free and accessible 7 days a week.
Visit the program page to find out more about the current programming, and scheduled artists.
Traditional Cultural Marks: Panel Discussion of Traditional Cultural Marks from around the World
with guest Speakers Dr. Abisoye Eleshin, Lane Wilcken, Stacey Fayant, Dr. Tobias Sperlich
DATE March 17
TIME 2:00 - 4:00 PM
PLACE Live-streamed video on the Art Gallery of Regina's YouTube Live channel, Facebook Live and Instagram
(Limited seating available at Art Gallery of Regina)
This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada.
The panellists reframe assumptions about tattoos informed by Western/Colonial/Christian attitudes and invite our communities to understand cultural marks as acts of care, medicine, spirituality, community-building and cultural continuity.
The event aims to share practices, traditions and insights about traditional cultural marks from Indigenous Canadian, Filipinx and Yoruba perspectives. Attendees can discover how tattoos connect to their identities and cultural traditions.
Looking to support your local arts community and find unique pieces for your home, office, or for a gift? Shop our online store to find one of a kind works of art, pottery, jewellery and more from local and regional artists & artisans. Keep checking in for new work, as the store changes monthly to showcase the work in our Outside the Box members' exhibitions!
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.