The Eight Track is an artist-led gallery in Regina, SK committed to nurturing emerging contemporary visual artists. Located on 8th Avenue and next to the railroad tracks running through the Warehouse District, the Eight Track is a passive gallery open for art receptions, whenever the Club has an event, or by prior arrangement.
Since its opening in 2011, the gallery has kept its focus firmly on the creators. Curatorial decisions support presentation of work by artists in a non-institutional space, encouraging a wide range of projects. Focusing on emerging artists, the Eight Track Gallery provides a space for everyone to engage in contemporary art.
For more information on the gallery, including how to present your own work in the space, contact Venue Manager and Programmer Zandra Kas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With any luck, you’ve heard of what we’re celebrating this year: 40 years of the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, the non-profit organization supporting arts for everyone in the province, and 25 years of the Exchange, our all-ages performance venue on 8th Avenue in Regina. Over in the Eight Track Gallery, we’re dipping our toes into that […]
The Caligari Project is a unique, multi-disciplinary, city-wide public festival celebrating German Expressionism in its many forms. It encompasses visual art, film, music, dance, theatre, puppetry, and a speakers series that originally happened in Regina, Saskatchewan from September to December 2016. The series of photos displayed in the Eight-Track Gallery shows some of the many artists, arts administrators, and […]
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 […]