All these exhibitions enjoyed high attendance, as did the five artist talks the gallery presented. Artist Talks and Meet the Artist events provid...
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...to wish her farewell. Karen’s contribution to visual arts in Regina, and the province has been immense. We wish her the very best for the next phases of her career.
As I look to the year ahead, I am excited to build on the Art Gallery of Regina’s many accomplishments. I want to thank Karen Schoonover for her guidance as I stepped into the Director/Curator position. I also want to acknowledge, and give a huge thank-you to my co-workers Jess Richter and Dianne Strilaeff for their assistance through the transition, and for their continued support, as well as, their hard work and proficiency. I also want to thank the Board of Directors and our accountant Gary Erickson for their dedication and efforts over the past year. Lastly, I want to thanks all those who donated to the gallery, volunteered for us, sponsored us, and supported the AGR over the 2015/16 programming year.
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