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Current Exhibition 

Sharing Space: A Festival of Community and Nonprofit Art Experiences

November 30, 2023 - January 13, 2024


Over the past year, the AGR has been working to strengthen and expand our partnerships and collaborations with other arts and community organizations, with funding assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts. Our ongoing partnership with Holophon is a prime example of this initiative. We are now pleased to announce Sharing Space: A Festival of Community and Nonprofit Art Experiences.


The Art Gallery of Regina is excited to announce a schedule of events organized by arts and community organizations that will activate the AGR's gallery space from November 30 - January 13. We recognize that many organizations don't have publicly accessible spaces to develop and showcase their work. By sharing the valuable resource of our space for activities such as workshops, creation, screenings, and gatherings, we help our partner organizations to support local artists and fortify our arts and cultural community.

Check our calendar on this page to get involved in free experiences and for event details as they emerge. We can't wait to see you there! 


November 30

Holophon Audio Arts

Sound Art + Visual Art

7-10 PM


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The Art Gallery of Regina + Holophon Audio Arts invite you to enjoy two great arts that go great together: Visual Art + Sound Art.

Gather in the AGR's gallery (2420 Elphinstone Street) to waken mindfulness, overcome anxiety and fight boredom through visual and auditory senses. Create a communal drawing responding to the auditory stimulus provided by Holophon Audio Arts' sonic experimentation.

December 8

SK Printmakers

Lino Cut Holiday Card Workshop

7-9 PM

Join us at the Art Gallery of Regina for a new art-making experience! Learn to make beautiful holiday cards using the technique of lino-cut printing in this beginner-friendly workshop. Don't miss out on this free opportunity to create unique and personalized cards for your loved ones. Sign up now for free, and create something new!

Register by following this link:

December 11

Common Weal Community Arts

Burnt Sienna Blueprint: sowing the seeds of love

10 AM - 4 PM

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In this brand-new hybrid of performance and workshop, we will get comfortable in our seats as audience then dive into candid conversations and playfully creative activities. The experience intends to share and practice community-building skills, grow our empathy and cross-cultural understanding of how to serve communities in genuine, kind, inclusive and joyful ways.

Register Here (Lunch is included.)

Registration Deadline December 4th.

December 15

Holophon Audio Arts

E. Dulanowksy and Jon Vaughn Album Release Party

10 - 7 PM


Join us for an evening of mind-expanding Yuletide sound art. 

Holophon members E. Dulanowsky and Jon Vaughn present their debut collaborative album, Dirichlet Membrane, improvised music recorded live during multiple sessions throughout 2023. Exploring acoustic instruments and analog electronics with intermittent live digital treatments, the duo forges rich and distinct sonic sculptures from experimental augmentation and preparations. Dirichlet Membranes, or D-branes, evoke metaphors for Dulanowky and Vaughn's musical conversations, vibrating at the quantum level as open strings resonate between branes, channeling higher dimensional connections. 

In support of the Holophon duo, Witch Knife, aka Cat Haines, adds her signature synth drones and ambient, experimental soundscapes, while Regina legend Guidewire, aka Ryan Hill, honours us with DJ sets from his eclectic and personal archives. 

December 18 , 19 , 20, 21

Curtain Razors

4 Days of Awareness Through Movement for Sectoral Burnout

11 AM - 12 PM

Join Johanna Bundon in this restful learning environment to replenish & restore pleasure in the small movements of life. Participants can expect to lie down, make small movements, and notice distinctions in effort & sensation. Together we will orient to ease & pleasure. This practice prioritizes ideas like  ‘Slowing down’ and ‘Doing less than we can’. Each 40-45 minute lesson will be followed by tea, seasonal treats + chats.

December 21

Curtain Razors

Seasonal Cheer for Sectoral Burnout with Curtain Razors

12 - 3 PM

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We work so hard - let’s pause and be merry. Join Curtain Razors & Friends for a drop-in afternoon of low key activities.

Pop by the Art Gallery of Regina to say a quick hello, or spend the afternoon with us. Be nourished by warm food, savor a seasonal story, or lift your voice in song with friends & colleagues. Special contributions to the day by New Dance Horizons and Melanie Monique Rose.

Join artist Melanie Monique Rose around the table to share in community storytelling through soft making. Add your mark to our Blanket Story by simply gathering with us or pick up a felting needle and poke poke poke. Through the process of needle felting with colorful wool onto a Saskatchewan made wool blanket we are creating a collaborative art work that has felt many hands and diversity of story and expression over the past few years. 

December 21

New Dance Horizons

Silk Solstice / Sênipânêkin kâ-mâwaci-kino-tipiskâk / ​Solstice de soie

5:30 - 6:30 PM

Join New Dance Horizons & Regina Musical Club in a special Winter Solstice Celebration, featuring: Robin Poitras, Krista Solheim, Chloé Chabanole & Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber. 

This FREE event includes a short live dance & music performance and a Star Poem story reading.  

​Happy Solstice & all the best for the Holiday Season.

see for details

January 5

On Cue & New Dance Horizons
Movers & Makers: Choreographic Workshop Series
Session One: Operating the Language of Movement
Led by Davida Monk
January 5, 2024
7:00 - 9:00 PM

An eight part workshop series, co-presented with New Dance Horizons and m-body, that explores the art of choreography and movement invention as a means of artistic creation. The workshop series invites individuals interested in all performing arts practices including dance, theatre, film, musical theatre, etc. 

The Art Gallery of Regina gratefully acknowledges its core funders and community sponors.

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