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:
Mo Bundon and Michelle Carr
Jennifer and John Billington
Art in the Artesian Lounge is curated and installed by the Assiniboia Gallery:
Established in 1977, the Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by established and emerging visual artists from across Canada. The gallery’s selection includes original watercolour, oil, and acrylic paintings as well as encaustic works, sterling silver jewellery, blown glass, ceramics, sculpture and photography.
We present various
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.
The Storytellers Club exists to connect humanity in meaningful ways through the universal language of storytelling. Bringing the ancient art of storytelling to the modern world, The Storytellers Club is an educational platform that offers workshops, courses, and events. Storytellers Club presents a series of "Storytellers Night" events in partnership with the Artesian.
A brilliant team of hardworking and dedicated staff, Hitchhikers Improv Company was established in 2013 and is focused on the training and direction of improvisers with the mandate of fostering an improv community in our beautiful (and hilarious) city. We currently have over forty talented members more than five teams. We produce close to 40 shows a year—from improv to sketch and stand-up—and have performed in festivals from Winnipeg to Vancouver.
Physical Tickets to our event are available for purchase at Paper Umbrella: