Over the past thirty-five years Neutral Ground’s programming, including the SOIL Media Art & Technology project which ran from 1996-2015, has presented a wide range of artists and media. This programming has included experimental 2-dimensional and installation-based works, works in electronic arts, video, performance, sound art, and new music. The organization has long-held partnerships with local arts organizations including Sâkêwêwak First Nations Artists’ Collective, Dorkbot, Holophon Audio Arts, Curtain Razors, New Dance Horizons, Queer City Cinema/Performatorium, the Dunlop Art Gallery, Swamp Fest and the MacKenzie Art Gallery, as well as with national organizations like the 7a&11d performance festival in Toronto. Over its history, Neutral Ground has worked with countless curators, programmers, and artists of diverse backgrounds and art practices.

1835 Scarth Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 2G9

Opening Hours: 

Tuesday–Saturday, 11 am–6 pm

Working Language(s): 

The Window Gallery: May 22, 2020


Gallery 1 - Main space: 19.6' (w) x 46.5' (l) x 12' (h): 84 m2
(Walls are reinforced with 3/4" plywood)
Gallery 2 - Window Gallery: 2.5' (w) x 15' (l) x 8' (h)
Gallery 3 - PDF gallery floorplan available at: https://www.neutralground.sk.ca/?page=about&subpage=submissions_gl

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