Galleries & Museums


Art Gallery of Regina

2420 Elphinstone St.  306-522-5940

BETWEEN US This exhibition arose out of a mentorship with Winnipeg artist Aganetha Dyck, who has created art through collaboration with honeybees for decades. Curated by Sandee Moore, with artists Chantel Schultz, Denise Flaman, George Glenn, Hanna Yokozawa Farquharson, Jeff Meldrum, Judy McNaughton, Kelly Litzenberger, Last Birds, Melanie Monique Rose, Sylvia Thompson, Tim Moore and Nicole Charlebois-Rinas. (Opening reception Jan. 18 from 7 – 9 p.m., runs until March 5.)

Assiniboia Gallery

2266 Smith St.  306-522-0997

GROUP EXHIBITION This show features work by gallery artists.

Dunlop Gallery: Central Branch

2311 12th Ave.  306-777-6040

THE EXCESS IS RITUAL This exhibition explores the Western mythology of progress and extravagance through the lens of queer history, culture and art. The show is guest curated by Noor Bhangu, and features work by Damien Ajavon, Darcie Bernhardt & Carmel Farahbakhsh, Anna Binta Diallo, Sahar Jamili, Meera Sethi, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, and Arielle Twist. (Opening talk by curator Noor Bhangu and performance by artist Damien Ajavon on Jan. 21 at 2 p.m., runs until April 4.)

CHRISTINA HAJJAR: DON’T FORGET THE WATER This short video by the Lebanese-Canadian artist features a mother/daughter conversation that explores issues of culture, heritage and family inheritance. (Until Feb. 7.)

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 three porcelain bats created by Shary Boyle. (Until May 3.)

TEN ARTISTS OF SASKATCHEWAN: 1955 REVISITED This exhibition revisits a seminal show mounted by the MacKenzie in 1955 that showcased 10 contemporary Saskatchewan artists. The artists are Kenneth Lochhead, Arthur McKay, Douglas Morton, Henri Bonli, McGregor Hone, Anthony Thorn, Reta Cowley Summers, Wynona Mulcaster, Dorothy (Knowles) Perehudoff and Clara Samuels. Curated by Timothy Long. (Until April 23, with a curatorial tour Jan. 19 from 5 – 9 p.m.)

ANTHONY THORN: A PORTRAIT, 1927 – 2014 This exhibition offers a chance to view a recent donation of 48 works by the Regina-born artist, who travelled widely early in his career before settling in Victoria. Curated by Timothy Long. (Until April 23.)

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.)

RAWLCO RADIO FREE ADMISSION EVENING This event allows you to enjoy the gallery’s programming for free. (Jan. 19, 5 – 9 p.m.)

Neutral Ground

1835 Scarth St.  306-522-7166

MANUEL AXEL STRAIN: THRESHOLD This exhibition sees the artist draw on family photographs and other coded forms of representation to explore notions of personal experience and memory. (Opens Jan. 28, runs until March 18.)

Nouveau Gallery

2146 Albert St.  306-569-9279

JUST GETTING WARMED UP This exhibition features work by gallery artists.

Slate Fine Art Gallery

3424 13th Ave.  306-775-0300

GROUP EXHIBITION This exhibition features work by gallery artists

Traditions Hand Craft Gallery

2714 13th Ave.  306-569-0199

GROUP EXHIBITION This gallery features work by Saskatchewan craft artists.


Government House

4607 Dewdney Ave.  306-787-5773

PERMANENT DISPLAY Revisit Saskatchewan’s past at the official residence of the lieutenant-governor. The museum also offers a range of online resources related to Saskatchewan history at Government House.

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.)

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 Canadian Legion

1820 Cornwall St.  306-522-2676

MILITARY MUSEUM The museum features a collection of artifacts, photographs and medals from Saskatchewan families who served in the Canadian military during conflicts such as the Boer War, WW1, WW2 and Afghanistan along with the Memorial Tower Murals. Open Thursdays from noon – 2 p.m., with group tours by appointment.

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.

Saskatchewan Science Centre

2903 Powerhouse Dr.  306-522-4629

BEHIND RACISM: CHALLENGING THE WAY WE THINK This touring exhibit was developed in partnership with Canadian Race Relations Foundation and explores societal factors that contribute racism. (Opens Feb. 1, runs until April 30.)

ADULT SCIENCE NIGHT This event is limited to people 19+, and features hands-on science and related social activities. Tonight’s theme, in honour of Valentine’s Day, is Covalent Bonding. (Feb. 14, 7 – 10 p.m.)

IMAX FILMS Currently screening are 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. (Until May 5.)