Galleries & Museums

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Art Gallery of Regina

2420 Elphinstone St. | 306-522-5940 |

LINDSAY ARNOLD: TEDIUM This exhibition of trompe l’oeil paintings sees the artist recreate objects and tools such as doilies and knives, associated with women’s traditional domestic labour. Curated by Holly Fay. (Until Feb. 22.)

Assiniboia Gallery

2266 Smith St. | 306-522-0997 |

FEATURE ARTIST This month the gallery features work by Rick Bond. (Until Feb. 28.)

Dunlop Gallery: Central Branch

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

ARE YOU MY MOTHER? This group exhibition explores the dynamic of being parented, or having a relationship with some other type of caregiver. Curated by Jennifer Matotek, with artists Heather Benning, Sandra Brewster, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Michèle Pearson Clarke and Emilie Serri. (Until March 24.)

HOW TO EXPLAIN PERFORMANCE ART TO MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER This video, which features Montreal artist Rachel Echenberg and her daughter Clara, is inspired by a 1965 performance by Joseph Beuys called How to explain pictures to a dead hare. Curated by Blair Fornwald. (Until April 4.)

Dunlop Gallery: Sherwood Branch

6121 Rochdale Blvd. |

DIANNE BOS: THE SLEEPING GREEN Exhibition of photographs taken with vintage and pinhole cameras that document the “no-man’s land” troops fought over for years on the First World War’s Western Front. Curated by Josephine Mills. (Until March 3.)

Hague Gallery

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

LIM-I-NAL This group exhibition of prints features work from across North America. (Until March 4.)

Lobby Gallery

Performing Arts Centre 1077 Angus St. | 306-779-2277 |

MÂMAWI-ÂCIMOWAK: THEY TELL STORIES TOGETHER This group exhibition features work by artists from Sâkêwêwak First Nations Artists’ Collective. It’s being held as part of the annual Storytellers’ Festival. (Runs throughout February.)

MacKenzie Art Gallery

3475 Albert St. | 306-584-4250 |

SAKKIJÂJUK: ART AND CRAFT FROM NUNATSIAVUT This exhibition features work by 47 Inuit artists from Labrador and includes works on paper, painting, photography, sculpture, textile works, and video. Organized by The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery in St. John’s. (Opens with a walkthrough by curator Heather Igloliorte and guest artists Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m., runs until May 20.)

AGNES MARTIN: THE MIND KNOWS WHAT THE EYE HAS NOT SEEN This exhibition by the Saskatchewan-born abstract artist showcases 30 screenprints made in 1973. Curated by Bruce Russell, Naomi Potter and Elizabeth Diggon. (Until April 29.)

KAMPELMACHER MEMORIAL COLLECTION OF INDIGENOUS ART This show features work from a large collection of Indigenous art that was recently donated to the MacKenzie. (Until April 23.)

PUNK ORIENTALISM Rooted in the punk aesthetic of resistance, this exhibition includes art in various formats that critiques ideas of identity for people living in Central Asia and the Caucasus from a post-Soviet perspective. Curated by Sara Raza. (Until Feb. 17, with a closing talk on Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. by Ksenia Nouril titled “Facts, Fictions & Frictions: Soviet & Post-Soviet Nonconformist Art”.)

THURSDAY NIGHT LATES Sketching in the Gallery (Feb. 21 and 28, 7 p.m.)

STUDIO SUNDAYS Geometric watercolour designs is the theme Feb. 17 at 2 p.m., while on Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. it’s Negative Space Stories.

TRADING CARD COLLECTIVE This make-and-trade event is co-hosted by Artist Trading Cards and the Regina Trading Card Collective. (Feb. 23, 1 p.m.)

Neutral Ground

1835 Scarth St. | 306-522-7166 |

JASON BAERG: SÊSÊSIW | YELLOW LEGS This solo exhibition of paintings and new media projections sees the artist draw on ancient Indigenous stories to explore connections to place and ancestral history. (Until March 23.)

Slate Fine Art Gallery

2078 Halifax St. | 306-775-0300 |

BRIAN GLADWELL: BARK Exhibition of functional woodwork with design elements inspired by trees.

ZANE WILCOX: FREE RANGING Exhibition of stoneware sculpture which explores the interplay between light and surface. (Both exhibitions run until March 2.)


Government House

4607 Dewdney Ave. | 306-787-9316 |

KAY PARLEY: STONES OF MOFFAT Exhibition of paintings that commemorate the Scottish settlement of Moffat where the artist grew up near Wolseley. (Until March 24.)

GOVERNMENT (CLUB) HOUSE This event held on the third Saturday of every month gives children 4–10 an opportunity to learn more about Saskatchewan’s history through crafts and stories. Register at (Feb. 16, 1:30–3:30 p.m.)

BOARD GAMES Afternoon of family-friendly gaming hosted by Board ’n’ Beans. (Feb. 18, 1:30–3:30 p.m.)

VICTORIAN TEA Hosted by Government House Historical Society, reservations are required. RSVP to 639-571-7123. (March 2–3, with sittings at 1 and 2:30 p.m.)

RCMP Heritage Centre

5907 Dewdney Ave. | 306-522-7333 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Displays explore the RCMP’s nearly 150-year history, along with modern crime-fighting techniques. There’s also a virtual musical ride experience.

SGT. MAJOR’S PARADE In this daily parade the drill sergeant conducts roll call and inspects cadets. Register by noon to attend. (Monday to Friday, 12:45–1:15 p.m.)

SGT. MAJOR’S INSPECTION This interactive exhibit uses augmented reality to give you a sense of what it’s like to endure a dorm room inspection.

Royal Canadian Legion

1820 Cornwall St. | 306-522-2676 |

MILITARY MUSEUM Open Thursdays 4– 8 p.m., with group tours by appointment. Includes murals by Mary-Ann Dube and other local artists, and military history displays focused on Regina residents.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

2445 Albert St. | 306-787-2815 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Features exhibits that explore Saskatchewan’s geological past, natural environment, First Nations history and modern concerns about our planet’s ecological health.

FAMILY DAY STORYTELLING This drop-in program features elder Hazel Dixon. Sessions are a half-hour long and suitable for all ages. (Feb. 18 at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.)

Saskatchewan Science Centre

2903 Powerhouse Dr. | 306-522-4629 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITION Variety of hands-on exhibits explore different scientific principles.

QUANTUM: THE POP-UP EXHIBITION This temporary exhibit explores the science of the quantum realm and quantum computing. (Until spring.)

ADULT SCIENCE NIGHT This is the annual Valentine’s Day edition with activities involving heart dissections, liquid nitrogen ice cream, DNA candy babies and love algorithms. (Feb. 14, 7 p.m. $10.)

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame

2205 Victoria Ave. | 306-780-9232 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Displays celebrate athletes and teams that have excelled at the provincial, national and international level. There’s also a multi-sport simulator. On Feb. 21, the museum will be open evenings from 5–8 p.m.

DIAMOND GIRLS’ DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY: 75 YEARS OF THE AAGPBL This exhibition celebrates the rich history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League which started up during World War II and included star players from Saskatchewan. (Until May 31.)