The University of Regina maintains an extensive collection of visual art acquired during a legacy stretching back to the institution’s earliest days as Regina College. Known as the President’s Art Collection, these artworks have expanded during the tenure of each University of Regina President. Select pieces are displayed publicly on campus – some permanently, and some in rotation – in keeping with the University’s mission of providing the most beautiful, thought-provoking and culturally rich learning and work environment possible.
Find out more about the President’s Art Collection’s activities in the 1970s, here.
Research and writing for this website was undertaken by:
Alex King (Curator/ Preparator, President’s Art Collection)
Stephanie Ross (Student Research Assistant, President’s Art Collection)
Sarah Timewell (Student Research Assistant, President’s Art Collection)
Stephen King (Senior Researcher, Office of the President)
Bianca Hatin (Special Projects Administrator, Office of the President)