Common Weal Community Arts is a Saskatchewan-based, multidisciplinary arts organization founded in 1993, which links professional artists with underserved or marginalized communities with the intent of affecting positive and long-term social change. By using participatory art as a model, its goals include community development, advocacy for marginalized communities and access to the arts for those facing social, economic and cultural barriers. Common Weal is committed to facilitating the development of individuals and communities by providing opportunities for self- and collective expression through art.

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220-1808 Smith Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 2N4
306-780-9442

Opening Hours: 

Flexible Hours: generally Monday–Friday, 8 am–4 pm

Working Language(s): 
English
Submissions: 

If you are an artist or a member of an underserved community or community organization and have a project idea or issue of concern that you feel worthy of exploring through the arts, we invite you to contact us.

Please check the Centre's website for the most current information.