An Evening of Pink Floyd – Regina Symphony Orchestra

Conexus Arts Centre 200 Lakeshore Drive, Regina, SK

Pink Floyd's The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon interpreted by Jeans 'n Classics Pre-concert Chat at 6:45 p.m. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, see Regina Symphony Orchestra.

Beethoven Symphony No.9 – Regina Symphony Orchestra

Conexus Arts Centre 200 Lakeshore Drive, Regina, SK

Nicole Lizée: Not Seeing is a Flower Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 “Choral” Pre-concert Chat at 6:45 p.m. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, see Regina Symphony Orchestra.

Living Heritage in Saskatchewan Sharing Series: “Beyond ‘Arts & Crafts’: The role of Contemporary Visual and Media Art Practices in conceptions of Living Heritage”

3124 Victoria Avenue, Regina

Part of Living Heritage in Saskatchewan: A Sharing Series: Every two weeks to the end of June, join us with your coffee or tea after your lunch to learn more about living heritage. At a time when we are all experiencing new ways to work and interact in new and remote ways, the Humanities Research […]

City of Regina Public Meeting – Heritage Designation Bylaw amendments for Cook House

“The Cook House continues to exemplify the grandeur of the streetscape developed by McCallum, Hill and Co. and is the impressive south entry to the Albert Street corridor leading to the Legislative Building and bordering its spacious grounds.” Developer needs the City of Regina to agree to amend the Zoning Bylaw to allow an apartment […]

Living Heritage in Practice

You are invited:  Part of Living Heritage in Saskatchewan: A Sharing Series This is a continuation of the online talks that took place around living heritage this spring and early summer. Each session gathered about 40 people, from the University and from various non-profit organizations working in the area of living heritage in Saskatchewan.     […]

multiPLAY: Improvised Art Practice as Living Heritage

You are invited:  Part of Living Heritage in Saskatchewan: A Sharing Series This is a continuation of the online talks that took place around living heritage this spring and early summer. Each session gathered about 40 people, from the University and from various non-profit organizations working in the area of living heritage in Saskatchewan.   Part […]

FROST Festival Lecture: Frank Lloyd Wright in Winter

FROST Downtown Hub: 12th Ave., The Big White Tent

February 11th Saturday @ 1:00PM FROST Downtown Hub: 12th Ave., The Big White Tent Frank Lloyd Wright is considered the greatest American architect of all time. His concepts changed the way we live and build. The cold Wisconsin winters and the flat landscape of the American Midwest impacted his design philosophy and the many buildings […]

Preserving the Heart of Regina | Heritage Regina Lecture

The Artesian 2627 13th Avenue, Regina, Sas

Preserving the Heart of Regina | Heritage Regina Lecture Thursday, February 23rd / 7pm Artesian, 2627 13th Avenue Learn the history of the Victoria Park Conservation District, discover lost park structures, and understand the current threats to the future of our historic downtown park. The Artesian requires all patrons be wearing a mask. ALL LECTURES […]

Frank Lloyd Wright – The Art of Home (Online Lecture)

Online

ONLINE LECTURE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT – THE ART OF HOME Thursday, March 16th / 7pm Link to be posted on the Heritage Regina website and on Heritage Regina’s Facebook Page just prior to the event. This highly illustrated presentation will take you on a journey from Frank Lloyd Wright’s earliest projects through his life and […]