14 days of art and exhibits. Updated every second Thursday. Get your show listed for free — send the details to [email protected].

Art Gallery of Regina

2420 Elphinstone St. / 306-522-5940 /

A RIGHTFUL PLACE Exhibition of portraits and self-portraits that address the immigrant experience through the eyes of people who arrived in Saskatchewan recently. Co-presented with Common Weal Community Arts. (Until March 10, with a reception Feb. 17 from 5:30–7:30 p.m.)

WILF PERREAULT: ARTIST TALK The well-known Regina painter famous for his gorgeous urban scenes of streets and alleys with bare trees against the sky discusses his studio practice. (Feb. 22, 7 p.m.)

Assiniboia Gallery

2266 Smith St. / 306-522-0997 /

ANGELA MORGAN: SWEETHEART SERIES Exhibition of smaller-scale paintings in the artist’s characteristic whimsical style. (Until Feb. 23.)

Dunlop Gallery: Central Branch

2311 12th Ave. / 306-777-6040 /

SASKATCHEWAN (MAGIC) REALISM(S) This exhibition explores the divide between prairie filmmakers who embrace magic as part of the rational world and those who prefer a documentary style to portray real-world concerns. Curated by Christine Ramsay and Strandline Curatorial Collective. (Until Feb. 18.)

DEREK SULLIVAN: BOOKLOVER Retrospective exhibition of book works by Toronto artist which explores the overlapping histories of modernist design, abstraction and conceptual art. Curated by Jennifer Matotek. (Artist talk and reception Feb. 24 at 6 p.m., runs until April 23.)

KRISTA BELLE STEWART: SERAPHINE Documentary where Stewart recounts the career of her mother who was the first Aboriginal public health nurse in B.C. Presented as part of the Central Mediatheque series. (Feb. 23–May 3.)

SENSING ART TOUR Drop-in Booklovers tour for patrons with visual impairment, who will experience the art through other senses. (Feb. 25, 10–11:30 a.m.)

ART ENGAGERS Drop-in gathering for adult art lovers, involves conversation, art-making and field trips. (March 1, 7–8:30 p.m.)

Dunlop Gallery: Sherwood Branch

6121 Rochdale Blvd. /

ELVIRA FINNIGAN: RECEPTION Exhibition by Winnipeg artist who applied salt brine to the remnants of a tea party to create a crystallized installation. Curated by Blair Fornwald. (Until March 22.)

Fifth Parallel Gallery

Riddell Centre, University of Regina

SASKATCHEWAN LANDSCAPES Exhibition of landscape photographs by University of Regina Media, Art and Performance students. (Until March 3.)

Hague Gallery

Creative City Centre / 1843 Hamilton St. / 306-546-5565 /

BENJAMIN BATES: HUGE Exhibition of photographs in which the artist takes a close-up look at the gallery space itself. (Until late February.)

MacKenzie Art Gallery

3475 Albert St. / 306-584-4250 /

DMYTRO STRYJEK: FOUND IN TRANSLATION This exhibition uses recent translations of Cyrillic script in the Ukrainian-Canadian folk artist’s paintings to expand our understanding of their meaning. (Until April 23.)

ACROSS THE TURTLE’S BACK: KAMPELMACHER COLLECTION OF INDIGENOUS ART Exhibition of over 200 works from a promised donation by Yellowknife collectors Thomas Druyan and Alice Ladner. Artists include Joane Cardinal-Shubert, Eddy Cobiness, Robert Houle, Carl Beam, Alex Janvier and Helen Kalvak. (Until April 23, with special session for people to sketch the art Feb. 23 at 7 p.m.)

MOTION Touring exhibition by 11 Quebec video artists organized on the theme of motion. Curated by Louise Déry of Galerie De L’Uqam. (Until May 14.)

JOHN AKOMFRAH: THE LAST ANGEL OF HISTORY Film installation that blends documentary and futuristic fiction to explore the experience of the African diaspora. (Until May 14.)

BILL WOODROW: THE SHADOW OF THE CIRCUS Special display of the British artist’s kinetic sculpture, which the gallery acquired after the iconic 1985 exhibition Space Invaders. (Until April 23.)

NAUGHTY PUPPETS This two-part workshop facilitated by Sylvia Ziemann involves the creation of a puppet that reflects your alter ego or another fantasy. (March 2, 7–9 p.m., with a second session on April 6.)

Nouveau Gallery

2146 Albert St. / 306-569-9279 /

SMALL FABULOUS PIECES Exhibition of smaller scale work by gallery artists. (Until spring.)

Plain Red Art Gallery

First Nations University of Canada /

THE NEXT 150: VISIONS OF CANADA’S FUTURE Exhibition by Indigenous artists which critiques Canada’s colonial past in our sesquicentennial year by envisioning the next 150 years. Organized by Sâkêwêwak. (Until March 31.)

Slate Fine Art Gallery

2078 Halifax St. / 306-775-0300 /

MEL BOLEN & KAREN HOLDEN: VESSELS & VISTAS Joint exhibition of ceramics and wilderness landscape painting. (Opening reception Feb. 16 from 5–8 p.m., runs until March 18.)

University Club

215 College West / 306-585-4747

LES SNEESBY: EXOTIC PICTURES OF AN ARMCHAIR TRAVELER Exhibition of watercolour paintings based on photographs friends of the artist took while on their travels. (Until March 17.)