October 1 – Art Walk Regina & Gallery Open House

  • Annual Art Walk, part of Culture Dayart-walk-2016
  • 1 pm to 4 pm at Hague Gallery, free of charge
  • Multiple activities at a variety of galleries in Regina

The Annual Art Walk Regina is scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2016, as part of Culture Days!  There are 9 galleries participating this year, including our very own Hague Gallery.  Also participating are the Art Gallery of Regina, the Assiniboia Gallery, Dunlop Art Gallery, Mata Gallery, Neutral Ground, Nouveau Gallery, Pop Up Downtown, Slate Fine Art Gallery and Traditions Hand Craft Gallery.

We will be open from 1 pm to 4 pm so that you can take in the wonderful exhibition by Saskatoon artist Bonnie Conly.  Click here for more information on Bonnie’s exhibition at the Hague Gallery.

Pop Up Downtown will be hosting a guided walking tour of the Pop Up Downtown installations from 3 pm to 4:30 pm.  Starting location is the Salt Studio located at 2002 Victoria Avenue next to Atlantis Coffee Shop.  For more information about Pop Up Downtown, click here!

To find out more about all of the Art Walk Regina participating galleries and activities, check out the Facebook page here!

October 1 – Pop Up Drop In Writing Space!

  • Pop Up Drop In Writing Space (for spoken word, poetry or any other kind of writing!)
  • Saturday, October 1, 2016, 2pm-4pm
    Second floor, all ages welcome, free to attend

 

Join us for a relaxing afternoon of self-guided writing. Choose a quiet corner, or come together in a circle and share work…the afternoon is ours to create! Our poet-in-residence, Cat Abenstein, will be here to provide writing prompts, or to answer questions, or to give you support and encouragement!

Things To Bring:
1. Work in Progress – poems, songs, stories or other pieces you would like to work on and/or receive feedback on.
2. Your favourite (non-alcoholic) beverage
3. Writing utensils or devices, paper, notebooks

If you have any questions please email Cat Abenstein at reginawordup@gmail.com

This is part of our Culture Days celebration at the Creative City Centre, supported by SaskCulture and Saskatchewan Lotteries.

October 2, 2016 – A REALLY BIG ART PROJECT! SO BIG!

  • cultdays_2016_date_wtag_e_4c_for-webSunday, October 2, 1 pm to 5 pm, family friendly, free of charge
  • Victoria Park and City Square Plaza
  • Co-presented by Creative City Centre, Articulate Ink, Sunday Art Market & Regina Downtown
  • Part of Culture Days, supported by SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Lotteries and the City of Regina

Come join us for our biggest Culture Days activity ever!  And we do mean BIG!  We have three major activities lined up for Sunday, October 2nd, at the City Square Plaza and Victoria Park.  We’ve got steamroller printing, graffiti wrap battles and the city’s largest music jam, plus facepainting, balloon animals, henna tattoos, button making, a colouring station, poetry boards and guitar pick making.  Bring the whole family and spend the afternoon with us as we make some really big art!  How big?  Read on!   [Read more…]

October 3 – Ha!Man (spoken word & cello performance)

  • Haman & Joke

    Haman & Joke

    Monday, October 3, 2016

  • Doors open 7:30, performance at 8 pm
  • Suggested donation $10, cash bar 

This is going to be an incredible, unique performance.  Our intimate gallery is the perfect setting for this “part spoken word, part music” performance by two artists from South Africa and Belgium.

Francois le Roux, aka the HA!Man, is a South African cellist and multi artist that left the classical music environment to embark on a journey of spontaneous music making. Self-managed, a network of support has grown globally over two decades that invites and accommodates the “HA!Show,” workshops in spontaneous creativity and various collaborations. Joining him as partner is Belgian actress and word artist Joke Debaere. Like the term “HA!,” their performances can hardly be rationally defined. Yet with each engagement the trust is renewed that a deeply moving, energizing and healing nerve can be touched and that art can still build community.

The cash bar will be open, admission is by donation, with a suggested minimum of $10.  Doors open at 7:30 pm, and the performance will begin at 8 pm.

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Oct 6 – Noah Derksen ‘In Search of the Way’ Album Release Tour with Ava Wild

Noah Derksen

Noah Derksen

Thursday, October 6, 2016.
Doors at 7:30pm.  Starts at 8pm.
$10 + GST at the Door.
All ages.  Cash bar (19+ with valid ID).

Noah Derksen is a singer-songwriter originating from Winnipeg, MB, who has spent the majority of his adult life living in Vancouver, BC.  With a self-described genre of “contemplative folk”, Noah uses the acoustic guitar to convey his thoughts, experiences, and emotions in a mellifluous manner.  Upon recently completing a bachelor’s degree in Science at the University of British Columbia, Noah is beginning his post-graduate life with the release of his sophomore record entitled ‘In Search of the Way’.  www.noahderksen.com [Read more…]

Oct 7 – Regina Word Up Community Stage ft Regina Slam Team

Admission is $10 + GST or PWYC (No one turned away.)
Doors at 7:30
Show around 8
All ages/+19 Cash Bar

Regina Word Up is held on the first, third and fourth Friday’s of every month. Regularly, the first Friday is a community stage, our third Friday is a poetry slam and our fourth Friday is a youth stage.

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. Rants, stories, jokes (the punnier, the better!) songs, or poems are all welcome on our stage.

Have something you want to share that we didn’t list? We love creativity, and we would probably let you perform…just ask us!

There is a gentle time limit of 5 minutes per person to allow enough time for all of our community. If you have more to share than that, we will allow you another five minute block after everyone has performed, time permitting.

Audience members, come prepared with snapping fingers and a good pair of lungs, as always!

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October 8 – Suns & Poets

Suns & Poets Website PhotoThe infectious Latin vibe of Andino Suns together with the foot stompin’ grit of The Stillhouse Poets.

Saturday October 8, 2016
Doors at 7:30pm. Starts at 8pm.
$15 + GST in Advance; $17 + GST at the Door
All ages.  Cash bar (19+ with valid ID).

Five musicians, two acts, one night – Suns & Poets join forces to light up the stage of our intimate Hague Gallery for the first time!  Advance tickets are now closed.  There are only a few seats left that will be available at the door.

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Season 2 – Week #19: An Empty Room with Andino Suns – “Estado de Nada”

The Spanish language makes its return to the Empty Room series this week with the Andino Suns’ performance of their song “Estado de Nada”!  In the video, the trio is accompanied by violinist Karley Parovsky of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Andino Suns have been captivating audiences throughout Canada with fiery instrumentation, inspirational live performances and a resounding message of freedom, hope and love. Their worldly music fuses the vibrant traditional sounds of Latin America with modern grooves and rhythms.  Andino Suns will be touring their dance party throughout Western Canada in the Fall of 2016 (including a stop at the CCC in October) to promote the release of their third Album – Madera.  For more on Andino Suns and their upcoming tour go to  www.andinosuns.com.

With 5 weeks left in the series, keep tuning in to CBC Radio every Monday morning at 8:15am to hear the audio of each Empty Room track on the Morning Edition with Sheila Coles!  If you’ve missed any of the other videos this season, be sure to check out youtube channel.

October 11 – Quick ‘N Dirty Artist Talks

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  • Tuesday, October 11, Doors open at 7:00 pm, talks start at 7:30 pm
  • No charge to attend, cash bar
  • Presented in partnership with the Dunlop Art Gallery

Quick & Dirty  is a series of short and sweet talks by artists in the community. During this edition of Quick & Dirty, artists discuss the high-impact installations they created in underused downtown spaces for Pop Up Downtown, a summer partnership between The Regina Downtown Business Improvement District and Creative City Centre.

The list of speakers for October 11 includes:

  • Belinda Harrow
  • Eric Hill
  • Jeff Meldrum
  • Keith Moulding
  • Amber Phelps Bondaroff

 

While this event usually finishes by 9:00 or so, on this occasion we will be continuing the night with a performance by Vancouver based Twin Peaks!  Click here for more details!

October 11 – Twin Peaks in concert!

  • Tuesday, October 11, 9:00 pm, doors open at 8:30 pm
  • Tickets are $12 + GST at the door.
Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks

We are delighted to bring Twin Peaks back to Regina after their stellar debut at the 2016 Regina Folk Festival!

You don’t have to listen long to grasp the beauty in the blended voices of Western Canadian Music Award winning folk/roots duo Twin Peaks (Naomi Shore and Lindsay Pratt). But when you experience their live show you’ll realize that their music is about something much more captivating than just a catalogue of clever songs. It’s the expression of a rare kind of harmony that exists between their spirits – that’s what makes Twin Peaks so infectious and unforgettable.  And to see them perform in our intimate Hague Gallery will be a night to remember!
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