Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

Ben Sures ~ The Boy Who Walked Backwards

Ben Sures Launches his first book The Boy who Walked Backwards

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The Boy Who Walked Backwards is a moving story about a young Ojibway boy Leo and his family in Serpent River First Nation. Leo’s life turns to darkness when forced to attend residential school. Back home for Christmas, Leo uses inspiration from an Ojibway childhood game to deal with his struggles.

The book is written by Ben Sures and illustrated by Nicole Marie Burton. Sures has spent much of his adult life as a touring and recording singer and songwriter. He has nine full-length albums that have garnered awards. CBC listeners know him for work on numerous programs including, most recently, The Irrelevant Show.

The songs Sures writes for adults have a childlike quality, so it makes sense he’s now written a book for children. The Boy Who Walked Backwards was originally conceived as song, but Sures thought it would also work as a storybook. He wanted children to know the story of Leo Day.

The Boy Who Walked Backwards is his first published work. It has laid the groundwork for more stories, maybe even more Leo stories. Sures envisions further story heroes who triumph using nothing more than what they are born with—instincts and wits.

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Kennie Marco ~ In Concert
Sep
27
7:00 PM19:00

Kennie Marco ~ In Concert

Join us for an evening of rhythm and blues with Kennie Marco, an original member of the Canadian band Motherlode, known for their international hit single, When I Die, which sold over half a million copies in Canada and the U.S. and can still be heard on Classic Rock radio stations across North America. 
Kennie was also a member of classic Canadian bands such as Blood Sweat and Tears, Dr. Music, and John James and the Mothers of Hope. He has performed and recorded with such notable talents as Etta James, David Clayton Thomas and Theresa Sokyrka. 

Kennie will be joined by the talented Gil Campbell on keyboards & vocals and Bruce Wilkinson on bass & vocals.

Doors open at 6 pm; Concert at 7 pm.

Tickets are $20 each; limit of 50 seats.

Call 306-775-0300 to reserve.

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Catalogue Release for Joe Fafard and Zachari Logan
Nov
25
2:00 PM14:00

Catalogue Release for Joe Fafard and Zachari Logan

Join us for the release of two catalogues celebrating the exhibitions Joe Fafard ~ 'Til the Cows Come Home and Zachari Logan ~ A Strange Cultivation

Launch and Reception at 2:00 pm with Artists in Attendance

Artist Talk by Zachari Logan at 2:30 pm

Zachari Logan will speak about his experience this summer as artist in residence in Tom Thomson's shack at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection while working on a special commission commemorating the centenary of Tom Thomson's death on July 8th. The coinciding catalogue for the McMichael exhibition "Passion Over Reason" featuring work by Zachari Logan, Joyce Weiland and Tom Thomson will also be available for purchase.

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Mairi Rankin and Mac Morin In Concert
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

Mairi Rankin and Mac Morin In Concert

A member of Cape Breton’s legendary Rankin family, Mairi Rankin plays fiddle, sings, and step-dances up a storm. Influenced by some of the East Coast’s best traditional musicians and instructors, Mairi has developed her own unique style. https://celtic-colours.com/artists/mairi-rankin/


Also from Cape Breton, pianist and step-dancer Mac Morin is a much-in-demand accompanist and has toured the world backing up fiddle super-star Natalie McMaster. http://www.macmorin.com/


Tickets $20 each; limit of 50 seats.
Available at Slate Fine Art Gallery.

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Pictures at an Exhibition Art Tour
May
11
5:00 PM17:00

Pictures at an Exhibition Art Tour

Pictures at an Exhibition Art Tour

Thursday, May 11, 5pm - 8pm

Tour downtown Regina's finest Art Galleries to the Music of the Regina Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players. Complimentary food served by Crave Kitchen+Wine Bar! 

Enter to win 2 tickets to RSO Masterworks season finale Pictures at an Exhibition and a $75 gift card to Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar, courtesy of Tourism Regina.

Assiniboia Gallery
5:15 pm – 6:05 pm   Duo (Carmelle Pretzlaw and Amelia Borton)
 
Traditions Handcraft Gallery
6:25 pm to 7:15 pm    Duo (Carmelle Pretzlaw and Amelia Borton)
 
Nouveau Gallery
5:15 pm to 6:05 pm  Regina Symphony Chamber Players
 
Slate Fine Art Gallery
6:25 pm to 7:15 pm   Regina Symphony Chamber Players

 

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Apr
8
4:00 PM16:00

Tricia McDaid ~ All the Aunties

All the Aunties

Saturday, April 8th @4pm
Tricia McDaid will read from her collection of short stories; All the Aunties

These charming stories capture the way childhood memories flash so vividly in their incompleteness. Adult dramas and family gossip blithely swirl about the narrator of these snappy prose picture like conflict deferred. These are stories of what we remember and what we take with us when we leave childhood behind. -Ross Murray

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Art Walk 2016
Oct
1
11:00 AM11:00

Art Walk 2016

A self-guided tour of 10 galleries in central Regina will take place from 11 am to 5 pm on Saturday, October 1, 2016 as part of national Culture Days.


Events at Slate Fine Art Gallery:
11 am - Kick off Art Walk with a talk by artist Catherine Blackburn who will discuss her varying art practices of beading, painting and quilling. Sponsored by Sakewewak Artists Collective. 

5 pm - Celebrate Art Walk with a wrap-up party and the preview of artist Zachari Logan's 49 Flowers (session 2) created during Performatorium, the Festival of Queer Performance in honour of the lives lost at Pulse Nightclub. Zachari also will be giving a poetry reading to commemorate those murdered in the Orlando shooting.

Art Walk Regina 2016 events will be held at Art Gallery of Regina, Assiniboia Gallery, Dunlop Art Gallery, Hague Gallery, Mata Gallery, Neutral Ground, Nouveau Gallery, Pop Up Downtown, Slate Fine Art Gallery, and Traditions Handcraft Gallery. This event celebrates all forms of visuals arts; promotes Saskatchewan artists; educates and engages the public on how art is made; inspires new and current collectors and emphasises the importance of art spaces in our community.

 

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