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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

In-Person Date Night - Painterly Abstractions


Craft Fibre & textile arts Visual arts Youth & teens
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Regina Public Library, Regent Place Branch

331 Albert Street

Regina, SK



Offered in English.


Great for ages 10 - adults and all abilities. Youth 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Learn about the art of abstraction while playing with a range of painting techniques and materials.

Additional Information

This event will happen in-person at Regent Place Branch (331 Albert Street)

Materials provided, feel free to bring along additional materials to supplement.

Recommended materials: canvas, acrylic paints, paint brushes, cardboard or squeegee, textured items (sponge, burlap, bubble wrap, etc), scissors, cup for water, paint palette, sand/salt/flour/cornstarch, and plastic utensils or gloves.



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