January 18, 2018 – Very Good Painters opening reception

Very Good Painters: a Hague Gallery exhibition

January 15 – February 25, 2018; Opening reception January 18th, 7 pm

Featuring: Jeff Morton, Simon Fuh, Evan Tyler, Annette Nedilenka, and Nic Wilson

A group exhibition aimed at systematically poking fun at the notion of High Art and the traditional gallery system. A cheeky look at the classic fine art dichotomy, these artists utilize subversive art practices, from drawing with sharpies to re-imagining film slides, to understand their place within contemporary art. By referencing the respected art form of painting, each piece seeks to understand how traditional media fail to capture the artist within our continually evolving, visually-overloaded society.’
*Note: Some pieces in this exhibition contain content that some may find challenging.  Viewer discretion is advised.* 

Friday Dec 15/17: Winter Box So_Chill (PARTY!)

Heat up this December with Regina’s HOTtTESsSTT art party !!

We are partnering with Neutral Ground to throw this winter’s most exciting double-header party yet!

First off: Neutral Ground Member’s Mixer 
Neutral Ground, 203-1856 Scarth Street 
7:00 – 9:00 pm

Come welcome Neutral Ground’s new staff members Amber Phelps Bondaroff (Realm O’Reject) and Simon Fuh, who will each be curating a 1 hour long good vibes playlist! Have a drink, and get to know the staff through their excellent music taste. 

This event is open to Neutral Ground members only, so please be sure to purchase your Neutral Ground Membership (available at the door). 

*Membership Prices: $15 Student, $24 non-student
*New NG Membership includes: Free entrance to Creative City Centre After Party, 1 year subscription to C Magazine, %50 off BlackFlash subscription, and lots more! 

Later: After Party 
Creative City Centre, 1843 Hamilton Street 
9:00 – late
$10 door (Free for Neutral Ground Members)
Following the Mixer, finish the night off in StYLE at Creative City Centre! With performances by:

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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April 1/17 – Joelle Fuller with Léa Arngrimson

Joelle Fuller and Lea ArngrimsonJoelle Fuller with Lea Arngrimson
Sat., April 1
Doors 7:30pm/Show 8pm
$10 advance/$12 + GST at the door
All Ages/+19 Cash Bar

We say goodbye to March and hello to a fantastic new month of music and arts based events. Kicking it off is the powerful Joelle Fuller and Léa Arngrimson. Together they will share the stage and trade stories for songs and time for memories. Join us for an intimate and interactive evening in the venue that is home to artist and audience interactions. Tickets available now!

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April 19/17 – National Canadian Film Day 150 screening: C.R.A.Z.Y.

REELApril 19/17
Doors 7:30pm/Screening 8pm
Free to attend
All ages/+19 Cash Bar
Please note, C.R.A.Z.Y. is rated 14A

The Creative City Centre and REEL Canada, (and over 1700 others) are partnering to bring you this massive one-day celebration of Canadian cinema in the world’s largest film festival!

About this initiative: 

National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150) is a massive one-day celebration of Canadian cinema in honour of our nation’s sesquicentennial. On April 19, 2017, great Canadian movies will be available on air, online and on foot at over 1,700 screenings in cinemas, libraries, public squares and anywhere you can show a film. With free events happening across every province and territory, many involving Canadian film talent, NCFD 150 — a Canada 150 Signature Project — promises to be the largest film festival in the world. Ever. [Read more…]

April 20/17 – Still: The Photography of Thelma Pepper Opening Exhibition


Still: The photography of Thelma Pepper
April 20, 6pm-9pm
+19 Cash Bar
Free for all ages
Exhibition opens April 19th and runs until May 21.


Still: cause for pause, moment captured, piece of time, enduring yet.

The photography of Thelma Pepper is both empathetic and deeply reflective. Engaging the viewer in a simultaneous view of person and place; often blurring the line between the two. Combining portrait and landscape, “Still” will ask about the places we tether our memories to, and how we trace the landscapes of those memories upon ourselves.

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April 21 – Regina Word Up Poetry Slam: CIPS Fundraiser!

prairie poetryApril 21/17
Doors 7:30 pm/8 pm show
Admission is $10 + GST (or pay what you can)
All ages/+19 cash bar
Special Fundraiser Event!

What is a poetry slam?

A poetry slam is a dialogue between audience and performer. It is a competitive event wherein spoken word artists share their work in a high-spirited, fast-paced environment to an often uproarious crowd. [Read more…]

April 22/17 – Paddy Tutty and Norm Walker



April 22/17
Doors 7:30pm/Show around 8pm
$15 + gst at the door
All ages welcome/+19 Cash Bar


Paddy Tutty and Norm Walker will be joining forces in the Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre. A mixture of collaboration and solo work, they will blend vocal harmonies and a variety of instruments such as guitars, fretted dulcimer, mandolin, fiddle, strumstick and concertina. You’ll hear a wide range of music! From the 1920’s to old-time songs, early bluegrass to celtic songs, old ballads, fiddle tunes, and original songs. Join us for a lively evening! [Read more…]

April 23/17 – YQR Girl Gang

thinking spaceYQR Girl Gang
Sunday, April 23
YQR Girl Gang is an opportunity for women and people with marginalized gender identities to come together to share ideas, experiences, strategies, support and motivation.

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April 26/17 – Queen City Shorts: April Showcase

aprilApril 26/17
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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