Entries by James

Wintersleep’s Sold-Out Show

On November 25, we hosted Wintersleep in the Exchange. If you wanted to go, with any luck you bought your tickets in advance, because the show sold out before the doors even opened. Thanks to Regina’s rock station, 104.9 the Wolf, for supporting the show, Wintersleep and openers Fake Palms for playing a great concert, […]

Job Posting: Outreach Coordinator

The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange is looking to hire an Outreach Coordinator for a one-year position on a maternity-leave contract. Preference will be given to Regina residents, but applications from other residents outside of Regina will be seriously considered. The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Outreach Program collaborates with Saskatchewan’s rural communities to bring arts programming where it […]

Read Up on Our 2015/2016 Year

Earlier this fall, we here at the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange wrapped up another year in our decades-long history. On November 19, we held our Annual General Meeting in the Club, filling members in what we’ve been up between September 2015 and August 2016. This year, our building had its bricks repointed. We’re not sure when […]

Cindy Lou Twist Art Opening

Starting November 9, there’s a new exhibition in the Eight Track Gallery. Cindy Lou Twist is a Regina visual artist who finds inspiration in music festival culture. Throughout 2017, she’s hoping to mount art installations in festivals and spaces around the province, and the Eight Track is lucky enough to get to see an early […]

Artist in Communities Thanks to SK Arts Board

The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange is thrilled to announce we have received funding from the Saskatchewan Arts Board towards our Artist In Communities program. Over the next year, stay tuned for announcements –– we have artists in residence coming to communities across Saskatchewan including with Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation, the Grand Theatre in Indian Head, Pinehouse Lake, and […]

Opportunity: Singer/Songwriter Artist in Residency

The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange (SCE), is an organization grounded in values of inclusivity and openness, delivering art programs to the people of Saskatchewan in collaboration with the communities, audiences, artists, and participants it serves. The SCE, in partnership with the Grand Theatre in Indian Head, is searching for a singer/songwriter for an artist-in-residency program servicing […]

Thanks for the Workshop Tour Memories

Another year has passed and so has another Workshop Tour. For over 30 years, the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange has sent a troupe of artists out across the province each fall to teach workshops to elementary and high school students. This is such an exciting program, and we’re already looking forward to doing it again in […]

An Exchange Presents Story

For years, we’ve  supported new and emerging artists through our Exchange Presents concert series. If you’ve followed along and gone out to the shows, you’ve probably seen your new favourite, caught wind of an up-and-coming act, or simply come into contact with something new and intriguing. On the occasion of our most recent concert series […]

A New Opportunity for Regina Musicians

We’re starting a new concert series for Regina musicians, hoping to support our local artists. We understand that putting on shows can sometimes can with some risk, so we’re offering some nights with free rent and some support to help make your concert happen. Spots are available as early as November and throughout 2017. Email our […]

SCES Announces Annual General Meeting

The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Society will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 19 at 1 p.m. in the Club at 2431 8th Avenue, Regina, SK. The event includes: Elections for directors to the organization’s board; Updates from the staff and board on the organizations activities in 2015/2016; and The presentation of the […]