About Art Gallery of Regina , Saskatchewan, Canada
The Gallery was first opened in 1974 as a branch of the MacKenzie Gallery to reflect regional art works and to encourage local artists and to help them connect with their audience.It was then called the Rosemont Art Gallery. An independent non-profit society was formed in 1976, which together with the City of Regina took over the gallery space in 1984.
Currently located in the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, the Art Gallery of Regina show cases contemporary art work of mostly Saskatchewan artists.
What to do at Art Gallery of Regina?
Attractions & Things to do
Appreciate the works of local artists.
The gallery holds various art exhibitions, public education programs including informational and hands-on workshops, lectures, visiting artist events, and demonstrations.
The art talksheld at the Gallery are great venues for encouraging new home-grown artists. Art lovers can join for an evening of discussions as the artists introduce themselves and their practice to the community.
The workshops held at the Gallery are great places for art lovers/artists to learn new techniques or to hone one’s skills.
The Gallery also presents a series of open-access exhibitions Outside the Box (in the hallway), in the members’ Showcase, and off-site at the Cathedral Village Free House and at Sask Central.
When to visit Art Gallery of Regina?
Art Gallery of Regina Hours
Regular hours: September – June:
Monday to Thursday | 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday – Sunday | 1:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Summer hours: July – August
Monday – Thursday | 12:00PM – 05:00 PM
Friday & Saturday | 1:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Time required to visit:
How much to visit Art Gallery of Regina ?
Charitable donations can be made to support the Museum.
Workshops may have fees.
How to get to Art Gallery of Regina?
The Neil Balkwill Civic Art Centre is located along Wascana Creek in Regina’s Les Sherman Park at the junction of College Avenue and Elphinstone Street.
Access to the parking lot is available from 15th Avenue and McTavish Street.
Accessible by public transport
What about Amenities & Accessibility at Art Gallery of Regina?
Full wheelchair access available.
The gallery shop has art posters and seasonal greeting cards for sale.
Restaurants and Cafes near Civic Museum of Regina
1. 13th Avenue Coffee House
3136 13th Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 1P2, Canada
2. Orange Izakaya
2136A Robinson St., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
3. Creek Bistro
3414 13th Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 1P7, Canada
4. La Bodega
2228 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2V2, Canada
5. Chili’s Grill & Bar
3698 Victoria Ave East, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada