Galleries & Museums


Assiniboia Gallery

2266 Smith St.  306-522-0997

NICKI AULT: ORDINARY MIRACLES This exhibition of landscape paintings celebrates the wonder of nature. (Until Nov. 30.)

Art Gallery of Regina

2420 Elphinstone St.  306-522-5940

WE ARE ALL ELECTRIC BEINGS This exhibition features work by four artists (Rachel Broussard, Alyssa Ellis, Heather Shillinglaw and Laurel Terlesky) who explore the interconnectedness between humans and plants from different perspectives such as traditional Indigenous knowledge and Western science. Curated by Sandee Moore. (Until Jan. 8.)

Dunlop Gallery: Central Branch

2311 12th Ave.  306-777-6040

BUILDING BLACK CIVILIZATIONS: JOURNEY OF 2000 SHIPS This exhibition is part of an ongoing project by Ekow Nimako where he uses LEGO bricks to create afrofuturistic reimaginings of ancient African kingdoms. This show focuses on a 14th century sea voyage by Mansa Abu Bakr II who, according to Mali legend, abdicated his throne and embarked on an expedition into the Atlantic and was never heard from again. (Until Jan. 10.)

CAMILLE TURNER: AWAKENING This science-fiction-themed video sees a Black woman from modern-day Canada seek the help of a space traveler from the future to go back in time to try to stop the transatlantic slave trade.

Dunlop Gallery: Sherwood Branch

6121 Rochdale Blvd.

MARISA MORÁN JAHN: BIBLIOBANDIDO This exhibition is part of an ongoing project by the artist that features a masked bandit called Bibliobandido who eats stories and pesters children to feed him stories they’ve written. Curated by Tomas Jonsson. (Until Jan. 3.)

Lobby Gallery

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

ART THAT FITS This group exhibition features work by members of the Regina Art Collective. (Until Dec. 19, with a reception Nov. 24 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.)

MacKenzie Art Gallery

3475 Albert St.  306-584-4250

I EAT A HEART AND DRINK SOME TEA: THE WORK OF FAYE HEAVYSHIELD This multi-media retrospective on the Blackfoot artist’s 30 year career explores how her work is rooted in the deep history of Canadian prairie art and in personal/communal experience. Curated by Felicia Gay. (Until Feb. 19.)

THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: WHAT THE BAT KNOWS This group exhibition will unfold in three stages that explore themes of interconnection, human action on the environment, and the possibility of non-physical existence — each stage guided by a porcelain bat created by Shary Boyle. (Until May 3, 2023.)

CHYRONS FOR THE FUTURE This exhibition is curated by Crystal Mowry and consists of short videos by multiple artists that explore the impact of the text displays that TV networks have used since the 1970s to post information below the main broadcast. (Until March 2023.)

THURSDAY LATES This event features a curatorial talk by Felicia Gay titled “Curating Through Story” in relation to the exhibition I Eat a Heart and Drink Some Tea. (Nov. 10, 7 p.m.)

HOLIDAY BAZAART This is an indoor version of the gallery’s popular summer craft sale with work by Saskatchewan crafters and artisans. (Nov 26, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

Neutral Ground

1835 Scarth St.  306-522-7166

40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The theme for this celebration is 1982 Prom Party, and it will feature contributions from Audie Murray, Cyril Chen, Oiseaux, Pulsewidth, Sean Dunham and Yuji Lee. (Nov. 19, 8 p.m.)

YUJI LEE: HIDE IN/SEEK OUT This Window Gallery exhibition of drawings sees the artist explore ways of existing that lie outside of normal expectations. (Opening reception Nov. 19, 8 – 9 p.m., runs until Jan. 15.)

Nouveau Gallery

2146 Albert St.  306-569-9279

HARVEST OF COLOUR This fall-themed show features work by gallery artists. (Until mid-November.)

Slate Fine Art Gallery

3424 13th Ave.  306-775-0300

SATURNALIA 2022 This is a group exhibition by gallery artists. (Opening reception Nov. 17 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., runs until Dec. 31.)


Government House

4607 Dewdney Ave.  306-787-5773

PLATINUM ON THE PRAIRIE: THE QUEEN IN SASKATCHEWAN This exhibition opened earlier this year and celebrates the late Queen’s platinum jubilee. (Until March 26.)

OLD FASHIONED VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS This family-friendly celebration involves outdoor activities such as horse-drawn wagon rides, carolling, hot chocolate and cookies, and special visitors from the North Pole. (Nov. 25, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.)

VICTORIAN TEA Hosted by Government House Historical Society, reservations are required. RSVP to 639-571-7123. (Dec. 3 – 4.)

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 is also a virtual musical ride experience and dorm room inspection.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

2445 Albert St.  306-787-2815

PERMANENT EXHIBITS This museum explores Saskatchewan’s geological past, natural environment, First Nations and Métis history and modern concerns about our planet’s ecological health. Two highlights are the Scotty exhibit in the CN T. rex gallery, and a new exhibit about humanity’s impact on Earth called Home: Life in the Anthropocene.

DINOVEMBER During November, the museum is hosting a series of programs about dinosaurs. Special events include an activity book for children, an augmented reality space and DinoSaturdays for families on Nov. 12, 19 and 26 at 1:30 p.m.

Saskatchewan Science Centre

2903 Powerhouse Dr.  306-522-4629

PERMANENT EXHIBITION This museum offers an array of hands-on activities to help people of all ages learn more about science. It also offers online workshops for school classes from kindergarten to grade eight that can be booked online.

INTERSTELLAR This screening of Christopher Nolan’s 2014 will be preceded by a talk by astronomer Samantha Lawler titled “Planet 9 or Planet Nein? Discoveries in the outer solar system”. (Nov. 12, 7 p.m.)

IMAX FILMS Currently screening are Flight of the Butterflies 3D, Back From the Brink, Australia’s Great Wild North and A Beautiful Planet 3D.

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame

2205 Victoria Ave.  306-780-9232

PERMANENT EXHIBITS This museum celebrates the sporting accomplishments of individuals and teams with ties to the province. The museum also offers online resources related to Saskatchewan’s sporting history.

FANFARE This exhibition celebrates the passion and culture of fans who follow sports teams in Saskatchewan, with a special focus on the upcoming Nov. 20 Grey Cup and the three previous Grey Cups the province has hosted. (Until May 5.)