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Visual Arts

Art on the Fence: Gallery on 14th

2178 Montague St at 14th Ave

The Gallery on 14th is up and running for another season! Check them out on 14th Ave. or on Facebook.

For more information message them on Facebook.

FIRE: the final chapter of YAAG, Film Screening

Date: Tuesday May 25th, 9-10pm

Gerald Saul and William Bessai-Saul present, a new King in Yellow tale, a special outdoor socially distanced film screening event in conjunction with the Yellow Argyle Art Garage (YAAG) in the alley behind 2261 Argyle Street. Spectators should bring chairs or mats to sit and watch from, or simply stand. The 10 minute program will repeat regularly from sunset (9:00 pm) until 10:00 pm.

Recycled Street Art – Inquiry and Activity Worksheets

Available on dunloplearning.ca

Presented by Dunlop Art Gallery and Regina Public Library

Learn about street artists and create your own work of street art using recycled materials. Want to be a part of the Recycled Street Art – Community Virtual Art Show? Send an image of your creation to spitman@reginalibrary.ca for your work to be featured on Dunlop Learning.

Find the worksheets at https://dunloplearning.ca/education or email spitman@reginalibrary.ca for a digital copy.

Date Night – Street Art Travel Tour

Location: Zoom (register here)

Friday, May 28 7:00pm – 8:00pm

 

Travel virtually around the world and learn about Street Art. Invite friends, family, or partners to join you. Try pairing your virtual trip with a glass of wine or with a late supper. Closed captioning available. This program takes place on Zoom. Register for reminder and zoom link at https://www.reginalibrary.ca/attend/programs/5045928

Artists on Site

Location: Dunlop Art Gallery’s Instagram, LIVE

Register for reminder at reginalibrary.ca

 Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway (Tuesday, May 25 1:00pm – 1:30pm)

Artist Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway takes us on a walk-through of North Central Neighbourhood in Regina, Saskatchewan, exploring art, murals and buffalo connections to the land. She will share stories of how North Central got its nickname and how she is working towards reconciliation in the form of renaming streets, parks and landmarks to represent the vibrant Indigenous communities that were here pre-contact. 
Register for reminder at https://www.reginalibrary.ca/attend/programs/5068511

Zoë Schneider and Jon Vaughn (Wednesday, May 26 1:00pm – 1:30pm)

Artists Zoë Schneider and Jon Vaughn take us on a walk-through of Eastview Neighbourhood in Regina, Saskatchewan, exploring offbeat sites created by local industry, community projects, and their own backyard.
Register for reminder at https://www.reginalibrary.ca/attend/programs/5095622

Liz Ikiriko (Thursday, May 27 1:00pm – 1:30pm)

Artist Liz Ikiriko takes us on a walk-through of the Cathedral Village Neighbourhood in Regina, Saskatchewan, reminiscing on the shops and spaces that made an impact that she explored as a kid growing up in the neighbourhood.
Register for reminder at https://www.reginalibrary.ca/attend/programs/5068496