Author: Regina Downtown

DOWNTOWN/MOSAIC STADIUM SHUTTLE

Next shuttle service will be July 1 when the The Roughriders officially open Mosaic Stadium and play the first game of their regular-season home schedule against Winnipeg. Downtown @ •    Saskatchewan Drive at Hamilton Street (beside the Delta) •    Victoria Avenue at Scarth Street (westbound) Getting to the game: •    Arrive early at the pickup points—we’re expecting lots of people. •    Shuttles will arrive frequently—they run on a first come/first-serve basis. Getting back Downtown:  •    If you want to leave the game early, shuttles start returning at the start of the fourth quarter of the game. •    You don’t need to rush...

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THE LITTLE MERMAID, THROUGH JULY 2!

Globe Theatre’s Production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid Dive “Under the Sea” with Ariel, a headstrong mermaid princess who longs to explore the human world. After striking a deal with the Sea Witch Ursula, Ariel trades her fins for feet to chase her dreams and walk on the sand. This spectacular musical splashes onto the stage with its unforgettable characters and hit songs such as “Kiss the Girl” and “Part of Your World,” making this underwater adventure a must-see for the entire family.  ...

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CALL FOR ARTISTS:  DIGITAL ART FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL BOXES

DEADLINE: June 2, 2017 Context Public Art is a part of our public history, part of our evolving culture and part of our collective memory.  It reflects and reveals our society and adds meaning to our cities.  As artists respond to our times, they reflect their inner vision to the outside world while creating a chronicle of our public experience. At the request of City Council – the City of Regina and Regina Police Service developed a Graffiti Management Program to address the issue of graffiti in Regina.  The Mural Art Program is a component of this program and...

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Art. It’s out there. Check out art {outside}

The MacKenzie Art Gallery and Regina Downtown Business Improvement District invite you to encounter art{outside}! Drawing on the MacKenzie’s Permanent Collection of over 4,500 artworks, art{outside} brings high-quality reproductions of select paintings from the Vault, and installs them around the streets and parks of Regina. Visit (and revisit) works by Roy Kiyooka, Wanda Koop, Piet Mondrian, François Musin, Allen Sapp, Harold Town, Wary E. Wrinch, Colleen Cutschall, David Garneau, Marion Long, Art McKay, and Mary Pratt.  You never know when you might run into a masterpiece! Download the art{outside} map and legend. art{outside} is a collaboration between the MacKenzie...

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