Apply to be a performer in the Empty Room series!

Apply to be part of theEmpty Room series!

 

Application link: Click here!

The Empty Room Video Series is a partnership between the Creative City Centre, SaskMusic and CBC Radio in Saskatchewan. Select artists are recorded, both video and audio, in the empty Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre. The audio track may be aired on CBC Saskatchewan, and the video will be posted on the Creative City Centre’s YouTube Channel. It will be available for each artist to use as they see fit, to promote their careers, upcoming performances, single releases, grant applications or whatever they need.

Please fill out this form to be considered for a spot in the Empty Room Video Series. Only twelve (12) artists will be selected by a jury to record two (2) songs each. You must be a member of SaskMusic to qualify, and your songs must be original compositions.

The deadline for submission is March 31, 2017. A jury will be held in early April and selected artists will be notified by April 30, 2017.

March 25/17 – Soap Box Duo Tour

March 25/17
Doors 8/Show 8:30pm
$10 advance/$12 + gst at the door
All ages/+19 Cash Bar

To finish March like we started, we bring more music to the Hague Gallery! Catchy and endearing, The Soap Box Duo will dazzle us with dollops of darling and bring joy to downtown Regina! Rounding out this evening’s lineup is re-settled Saskatchewanian, Jennifer Jade Kerr!

 


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March 29/17 – Queen City Shorts: March Showcase

QC Shorts MarchMarch 29/17
Doors at 7:30/Show 8pm
$10 (gst included)
Free Popcorn!

Queen City Shorts is a film festival committed to showcasing fun, exciting, epic, and wonderful short films. There is a screening the last Wednesday of every month, so it’s never too late to start your love affair with short films.

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Apr 7/17 Regina Word Up Youth + Community ft Johnny Macrae

johnny-macraeAdmission is $5 + GST or PWYC (No one turned away.)
Doors at 7:30
Show around 8
All ages/+19 Cash Bar

Regina Word Up Youth is Regina’s only youth-specific spoken word performance series.

A Youth Stage is an opportunity to share work with our peers and greater community. No scores and all support, this event is a great opportunity for youth (14-22) who want more exposure or practice, or want to share something that doesn’t usually fit within our regular poetry slams. Rants, stories, jokes (the punnier, the better!) songs, or poems are all welcome on our stage.

After the youth stage, we host a community stage for ALL AGES. A community stage is an opportunity to share work with our community. No scores and all support, this event is a great opportunity for folks who want more exposure or practice, or want to share something that doesn’t usually fit within our regular poetry slams. [Read more…]

May 19/17 – Regina Word Up Youth Finals featuring Lana K.

Photography: Caro Ibrahim

Photography: Caro Ibrahim

Admission is $5 + GST or PWYC (No one turned away.)
Doors at 7:30
Show around 8
All ages/+19 Cash Bar

Regina Word Up Youth is Regina’s only youth-specific spoken word performance series.
 
A Youth Stage is an opportunity to share work with our peers and greater community. No scores and all support, this event is a great opportunity for youth (14-22) who want more exposure or practice, or want to share something that doesn’t usually fit within our regular poetry slams. Rants, stories, jokes (the punnier, the better!) songs, or poems are all welcome on our stage.
 

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May 20/17 – The Art of Listening – a workshop

Social Business Meeting

Saturday, May 20/17
1-3:30pm, Creative City Centre
$25 + GST or PWYC*
All Ages – Max of 15 participants;
Pre-registration is required.

 

The Art of Listening 

How can can we heal ourselves, our relationships, and our communities with the art of active listening? How are emotional labour practices within arts communities shaped by misogyny and the fear of femininity?

Healthy communities are built upon healthy relationship skills. As a key aspect of communication, active listening can contribute to intimacy and care while minimizing defensiveness and conflict. An arts-based presentation, discussion, and experiential exercise will provide participants with concrete tools to strengthen listening skills applicable to creative work, every-day social interactions, and situations in which loved ones are in need of support.

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