Exciting Goings On In Victoria Park

Mary E. Wrinch "The Fire Ranger's Canoe, Agawa River, Algoma" (1926)
Mary E. Wrinch “The Fire Ranger’s Canoe, Agawa River, Algoma” (1926)

It’s not confined strictly to Victoria Park, but as of today you’ll find seven high quality reproductions of paintings from the MacKenzie Art Gallery’s permanent collection scattered throughout the downtown.

The project, which the gallery undertook with the cooperation of the Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, is called {art}outside, and it was organized as part of the Culture Days celebration that goes this weekend from Sept. 25-27.

So keep an eye out when you’re walking around.

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  1. Very exciting goings-on in the park!

    Just so you know, art{outside} launches this Friday, September 25 at 11:30 at City Hall, with a guided tour of the artworks to follow with Timothy Long, the MacKenzie’s Head Curator. Tours continue over Culture Days, on the hour from noon to 4PM (meeting outside City Hall). But, if you can’t make it this weekend, don’t fret! art{outside} is a year-long installation.

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