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01/10/17


Aboriginal Artist in Residence: Jamie Moreno

WEDNESDAYS, JANUARY 4, 11, 18, and 25, 6:00-9:00 PM
CENTRAL LIBRARY

Learn from local Aboriginal artist Jamie Moreno, who will be working in Central Library on Wednesday evenings, as part of RPL and Dunlop’s Aboriginal Artist in Residence program. Learn about techniques Jamie uses in her practice and speak with her about her work.



Bad Art Night: INKBLOT

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 7:00-8:30 PM
GLEN ELM BRANCH

One key to making good art is to first make bad art. Join us for sessions focused not on perfection, but on the spirit of risk taking. You never know, you might end up making good art in the process.

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Crystal Magic

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1:00-3:00 PM
SHERWOOD VILLAGE BRANCH

Ages 8 to 12.Take inspiration from the exhibition by Elvira Finnigan, Reception, and join artist Sarah Pittman to make beautifully coloured crystals. Make one to take home and leave one for a special display in the Library.

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Baby Art Crawl

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM
SHERWOOD VILLAGE BRANCH

Babies, toddlers and caregivers are invited for a tour of Elvira Finnigan’s Reception, an exhibition about the power of salt and time. Followed by baby friendly art play. Wear play clothes.

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Carmen Papalia in Conversation with David Garneau

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 7:00-8:30 PM
RPL FILM THEATRE, CENTRAL LIBRARY

Carmen Papalia is a Vancouver-based social practice artist whose participatory experiences expand our perceptual awareness, broadening ideas of access and visitor experience in gallery and institutional settings. Papalia will speak about his practice, in conversation with Regina artist and writer David Garneau. This conversation will focus on Papalia's conceptual artwork, Open Access, comprised of a set of tenets describing a relational practice concerning the agreement to be in support of others.



Bill Coleman: Dollhouse

Artist Talk: THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 7:30 PM
CENTRAL LIBRARY, PUBLIC MEETING ROOM 1
Performances: JANUARY 27, 28 and 29, 7:30 PM
DUNLOP ART GALLERY

Presented in partnership with New Dance Horizons
Join us for a talk by dance artist Bill Coleman, who will be performing his work with Gordon Monahan Dollhouse at the Dunlop Art Gallery.
Bill Coleman’s Dollhouse depicts a man whose world is literally falling down on top of him. Informed by such diverse sources as Artaud to The Three Stooges, Coleman is a man out synch with his surroundings as he tap dances and prat falls through a booby-trapped set creating symphonic chaos. The sound for Dollhouse was created by award-winning artist Gordon Monahan and features elements by Saskatchewan artist Edward Poitras. The result is a tragic, horrifying, bombastic and irrepressibly funny performance. Presented in partnership with New Dance Horizons. Artist talk and installation are free. For ticket information for performances, please visit http://newdancehorizons.ca/



Sensing Art

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 AND FEBRUARY 25, 10:00am -11:30 AM
DUNLOP ART GALLERY, CENTRAL LIBRARY

Specialized for those living with a visual impairment, join us at the Dunlop Art Gallery for gallery tours and art making sessions. Friends and family welcome.



Krista Belle Stewart: Seraphine: Her Own Story

Artist Talk and Screening: MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 7 PM
FILM THEATRE, CENTRAL LIBRARY

Vancouver and Brooklyn-based artist Krista Belle Stewart presents her video work Seraphine: Her Own Story. Layering archival footage with current video of her subject, her mother Seraphine Stewart, the first Aboriginal Public Health nurse in British Columbia, Stewart embarks on an intricate method of storytelling that considers the enormous complexities of the historical representation of Indigenous peoples. Followed by a talk and discussion. Presented in partnership with Sâkêwêwak’s Storytellers Festival. Storytelling. Part of the Independent Visions film series.



Video Workshop with Krista Belle Stewart

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 7:00-9:00 PM
SASKATCHEWAN FILMPOOL, #301 1822 Scarth St,

Vancouver and Brooklyn based artist Krista Belle Stewart will lead this class that will investigate how archival material can be critiqued and re-presented through an independent or personal lens. Please bring an object, document or archival material that you wish to use in the workshop. The Prairie History Room at the Regina Public Library may be a good source for this material. For more information, call 306-777-6044.



Indigenous Traditional Drum Making Workshop

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
CENTRAL LIBRARY, PUBLIC MEETING ROOM 1

The drum is a powerful instrument in Indigenous culture. Robbin Whitecap will share the teachings of drum making and will help you stretch and prepare a traditional drum for you to take home.

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