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Create Your Own Fairy Tale Fabric Collage

Craft Fibre & textile arts History & heritage Visual arts
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Art Gallery of Regina

Regina, SK

Directions: We are located inside the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, with the activity occurring inside the Gallery! The Centre is located within Les Sherman park, with access off of 15th and McTavish or College & Elphinstone. Parking is available.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Inspired by Amalie Atkins' use of fabric and folk/fairy stories in her exhibition "Where the Hour Floats", participants will create their own fairy tale inspired fabric collages with the assistance of the Regina Collage Collective! You'll be able to choose a fairy tale to reinterpret, and using templates, drawing, fabric, sequins, buttons, ribbons and art supplies to recreate your story. If you're having trouble thinking of an idea, or need some help executing it, the Regina Collage Collective will be able to help you! You'll also be able to view "Where the Hour Floats" as you will be working right inside the gallery, which includes Amalie's photographs, films, and her sculptural "apron hut". This art activity is for all ages, with age-appropriate methods available for all.



Art Gallery of Regina

The Art Gallery of Regina is a public, non-profit art gallery who promotes Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan-connected art! We are a dynamic cultural hub, located in the Cathedral Area of Regina.


Jess Richter