Events at the

Art Gallery of Regina

We are pleased to, at last, announce our reopening dates! Thank you everyone for your incredible support and understanding during this time.


Please read carefully, as our offices/Outside the Box Exhibitions and the main gallery will reopen at different times.


July 13: offices and Outside the Box Exhibitions open to the public

  • Showcase: Hally Levesque

  • Hallway (main): Joviel Buenavente

  • Hallway (secondary): Aurora Art Guild


August 28: Main Gallery will reopen

  • Main Gallery: Ritual & Lore



12 pm - 5 pm; Monday to Friday

Summer hours will be in effect from July 13 to August 28. We will announce Fall hours in late August.



The Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre parking lot is being repaved; construction means that many pathways, doors and parking stalls are not accessible. We anticipate that this work will be concluded by the end of July. Call before visiting, so that we can inform you of current construction activities, parking and entrances in-use.



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 immuno-compromised 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.

  • We cannot accept cash.

Introducing Online Exhibitions & Programming:

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

Special Events: 

Documenting your Artwork from Home With Don Hall

Sunday, July 26, 2020

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 



A Zoom Online video conference link will be emailed to participants 2 days before the workshop.

call 306-522-5940 or register online

more information

Expressive Brushwork en Plein Air with DeLee Grant

Saturday, August 22  & Sunday,  August 23, 2020

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Outdoors at the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre/Les Sherman Park

Sunday only: $110 members/$150 non-members

Saturday & Sunday: $180 members/$230 non-members

call 306-522-5940 or register online

more information

Ritual & Lore

August 28 - October 31, 2020

Ayla Dmyterko, Blair Fornwald & Brette Gabel, Audie Murray, Marigold Santos, Zoë Schneider

curated by Jess Richter

Main Gallery exhibition that explores traditional modes of knowledge, ranging from pre-colonial traditions, rituals from the “Old World” witchcraft, paganism, and other (often) pre-Christian rituals. These give people a sense of place in the world and assist in reclaiming identity or culture. Things once dismissed as antiquated, mere stories, and pagan traditions are being given new life by new practitioners as well as elders passing on their knowledge. The artists in Ritual & Lore explore the place of tradition and folk knowledge in their daily lives and identities, incorporating rituals, craft, and stories into their creative practices.   

Where the Sky Carries The Sun

online project: www.tofeelclose.com

October 27 - November 9, 2020

Katherine Boyer

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), offers intimate glimpses into artist Katherine Boyer's online sketchbook. Boyer explores quieted, liminal spaces where elements meet as metaphorically conducive to understanding the fluidity of personal and cultural identity through family archives. Boyer's research and art-making labour spans (and bridges) textiles, carpentry and horizon lines. Boyer harnesses architecture to begin unraveling what we know and how we know it.


Due to COVID-19 disruptions, the Art Gallery of Regina rescheduled Boyer's solo exhibition, Where the Sky Carries the Sun, for 2022.

*Tofeelclose.com is organized by AKA artist-run


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.

Fundraising Gala 2020


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