The Artesian is leased and operated by Artesian Performing Arts, Inc., a non-profit charitable organization. We couldn't do what we do without the tremendous support of our community, including these great donors and partners:
Thank you to our donors:
Mo Bundon and Michelle Carr
Susan Hertz | Jennifer and John Billington | Melanie Berglund
Thank you to our Funders:
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Regina’s heritage includes buildings, history, landscapes, streetscapes, and the cultural inheritance of the community. The vision of Heritage Regina is to raise awareness and appreciation of the value of heritage and its importance to sustaining the culture and identity of the city. Heritage Regina presents a series of lectures in partnership with the Artesian.
Incorporated in 1996, Sâkêwêwak has been supporting Indigenous artists in the Regina area for over two decades. All artists need a community of support, and members to engage with in order to succeed. Sâkêwêwak provides this support, giving artists a chance to create, grow, and reach audiences.
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.
Regular programming includes our yearly Storytellers Festival, our annual residencies, workshops, performances and exhibitions.
Listen to Dis' is Saskatchewan's first and only disability-led, disability arts organization. We are a registered charitable not-for-profit organization. We have worked since 2006 to create an organization that works for disabled artists and those interested in disability art & culture.
Through facilitated dialogue and inclusive art practice and performance, we weave new realities for our members and for the broader community – shifting the way people perceive disability and creating understanding of and appreciation for crip art, mad art, and disability culture.
With the support of inclusive, cross-ability somatic practices, we encourage each other to nurture a healthier relationship to body, mind, and creative spirit, while collaborating interdependently in the development of art and the cultivation of arts, to create a more inclusive future
Our stage curtains were refurbished in 2021 with the support of FCC's Regina Spirit Fund:
The FCC Regina Spirit Fund provides up to $25,000 for capital investment and improvement projects and up to $10,000 for eligible projects that enhance life in Regina. It's our way of giving back to a city where almost 900 of our over 1,800 employees live and work. We thank FCC for their investment in the Artesian and in our community!
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