Sâkêwêwak is Regina's hub for contemporary Indigenous art production & presentation. Artists engage community with diverse cultural programming, exhibitions, performances, screenings, residencies, interdisciplinary & site specific works, symposia including our annual Storytellers Festival.
OUR VISION: Sâkêwêwak envisions a dynamic community of diverse artists who stimulate, share, exchange, engage and support the development of self-determined Indigenous art in a welcoming collaborative environment.
OUR MANDATE: Our mandate is to ensure that Indigenous artists within the city of Regina and surrounding areas are consistently provided with the space and environment that allows them to develop their self-determined artistic practices through critical exchange with their peers and audiences.
#TheNext150 #ArtMachine #indigenousart
Grand opening of sorts. Full house. #RPACLobbyGallery w/ Regina Artist Collective. @saskartsboard @SaskCulture @CanadaCouncil @SaskGalleries #ArtMachine
@saskartsboard @Canadacouncil @Saskculture
Our Annual Members Exhibition returns in October! Submission deadline Sept. 25th. Send images to: Sakewewak.email@example.com
Pasqua 2nd Annual Traditional Powwow. Aug. 10 2017.
@CanadianTire It sure is #RedAndWhite #KamaoCappo
Cultural Appropriation Panel discussion. @saskculture @saskartsboard @SaskWritersGuild @CanadaCouncil
#TheNext150 at The Lobby Art Gallery until end of August. Mon - Fri 12pm - 5pm. #InRez2016 Paulete Poitras, Christi Belcourt, Nadya Kwandibens, Kevin McKenzie, Larissa Kitchemonia, Teresa Vander Meer-Chasse, Bill Stevenson, Jason Bearg & Jamie Reynolds.
Return of the Crow Hop Cafe. #Indigenous #music #Next150 Art Exhibition #TheLobbyArtGallery
Wednesday, July 26th. Doors open at 9pm.