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Art Gallery of Regina

2420 Elphinstone St.  306-522-5940  artgalleryofregina.ca

RITUAL AND LORE This exhibition features seven artists who incorporate traditional and folk practices into their work as a way of exploring their place and identity in the world. Curated by Jess Richter, with Ayla Dmyterko, Blair Fornwald & Brette Gabel, Marigold Santos, Audie Murray, Maia Stark and Zoë Schneider. (Until Oct. 31, with a curatorial talk on Oct. 26 from 6–9 p.m.)

MOVING PICTURES This AR project features short videos created by Saskatchewan artists. The videos are accessed through posters in public locations using a smart phone. Curated by Sandee Moore, with work by Theo Pelmus and Kristin Snowbird, Ian Campbell and Heidi Phillips, Graeme Patterson, Lindsay Arnold and Dennis Jackson. (Until Oct. 14.)

Dunlop Gallery: Central Branch

2311 12th Ave.  306-777-6040  dunlopartgallery.org

JENN E. NORTON: SLIPSTREAM This video installation, which features dancer Katie Ewald, has its origins in a 2014 residency by Norton in Paris. The installation is inspired by her interest in Art Nouveau architecture and the career of early 20th century dancer Loie Fuller (1868–1928). Curated by Linda Jansma and Crystal Mowry. (Until Oct. 17.)

BREATHING ROOM | ONLINE This audiovisual artwork by Laura Kavanaugh and Ian Birse features visual colour fields and audio compositions. (Until Nov. 30.)

QUICK & DIRTY ARTIST TALKS This guest speaker for this online presentation is t.b.a. (Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m. Register at reginalibrary.ca.)

Dunlop Gallery: Sherwood Branch

6121 Rochdale Blvd.  dunlopartgallery.org

CUI JINZHE: MY LOVE FOR YOU LINGERS ON This exhibition is inspired by an ancient Chinese poem by Cao Zhi called The Nymph of the Luo River which traces this story of a man who falls in love with a water nymph. Curated by Wendy Peart. (Opens Sept. 17, runs until Nov. 13.)

MacKenzie Art Gallery

3475 Albert St.  306-584-4250  mackenzieartgallery.ca

FROM INDIA TO CANADA AND BACK TO INDIA (THERE IS NOTHING I CAN POSSESS WHICH YOU CANNOT TAKE AWAY) This installation by Divya Mehra explores the complexities of our post-colonial world through the presentation of two inflatables that reference the Taj Mahal and Edward Said’s 1978 influential book Orientalism. (Until Jan. 2.)

AS IT UNFOLDS: RECENT ACQUISITIONS This multi-media exhibition features work acquired by the gallery over the last five years. Curated by Tak Pham, with artists Tammi Campbell, Allan D’Arcangelo, Christian Eckart, Joe Fafard, Wanda Koop, Rita Letendre, Zachari Logan, Brenda Francis Pelkey, Joseph Plaskett, Edward Poitras, and Russell Yuristy. (Until Nov. 8.)

REFLECTING DIS-EASE (EH ATEH PAHINIHK AHKOSIWIN): RETHINKING PANDEMICS THROUGH AN INDIGENOUS LENS This exhibition features work from the permanent collection by four Indigenous artists (Ruth Cuthand, Robert Houle, Norval Morrisseau and Edward Poitras) who reflect back on the spread of communicable diseases that occurred during colonization. Curated by Timothy Long and Felicia Gay. (Until Nov. 8.)

THE BLOOD RECORDS: WRITTEN AND ANNOTATED This 1997 video by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak is being presented in online form. It tells the story of a young Saskatchewan girl who is confined to the Fort San sanatorium with tuberculosis in 1944, and is being screened in relation to the current pandemic. (Runs until Sept. 10.)

Neutral Ground

1835 Scarth St.  306-522-7166  neutralground.sk.ca

ZOË SCHNEIDER: THIS GROTTO BREATHES This mixed media exhibition sees the artist explore the concept of grotesque in relation to body image and processed food. (Until Sept. 26, with a reception Sept. 19 at 8 p.m.)

Slate Fine Art Gallery

3424 13th Ave.  306-775-0300  slategallery.ca

ROBERT TRUSZKOWSKI: LET’S PRACTICE This exhibition by the Regina artist consists of UV silkscreens on paper which are inspired by Japanese prints. (Opens Sept. 10, runs until Oct. 10.)

BRIAN GLADWELL: SCONCES This well-known Regina artist presents an exhibition of hand-made wooden sculptures that function as sconces and shelves. (Opens Sept. 10, runs until Oct. 10.)

Traditions Hand Craft Gallery

2714 13th Ave.  306-569-0199  traditionshandcraftgallery.ca

DEBORAH POTTER: COVID — THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY This exhibition of ceramic sculptures sees the Regina artist reflect on the multi-faceted impact the pandemic has had on our lives and society since the outbreak was declared last spring. (Until Sept. 26.)