306.729.4484 | art@lmlcc.ca | 133 Donovel Cresc., Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0

Welcome to Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre!

Seeking to encourage and engage our communities in art practices and appreciation.




Hours

Thursday     3:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Friday       10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Saturday   10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Sunday      12:30 pm - 4:40 pm


 

Elsie Scherle Art Gallery | Artist Studios | Regina Beach Library | Meeting Rooms


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The LMLCC is a 5000 sq ft facility with galleries & working artist studios. Check out our classes, workshops, concerts and more!

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Fall 2018 Classes & Programs

Adult Workshops/Art Classes & Programs

Explore what the LMLCC has to offer this year!

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Children's Art Classes & Programs

The LMLCC has so much to offer the littles in your life!

Classes for the Littles

Monthly Friday Night Pinterest Parties

One Friday night a month to get out and get crafty!!

Pinterest Party Info

Upcoming Events

December 7 - January 27

Earthtones

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December 7 - January 27

Earthtones

Earthtones is a collection of work inspired by Saskatchewan landscape. Arguably, the landscape here is subtle, understated, its beauty elusive to the quick passerby. So lucky are we, then, to have our artists and makers who seek out the subtle and translate it into something more.


The common threat of Earthtones links these works, be it through colour, theme, connection to, or in the case of ceramic works, quite literally the earth from the prairie landscape.


Situated on the shore of Last Mountain Lake (the northernmost body of water of the Qu’Appelle valley), the communities of Regina Beach, Buena Vista and Kinookimaw have long been connected to the landscape. This area has been of significance to the First Peoples for thousands of years. For those who choose to reside here now, it is a conscious choice; to leave the city behind and live in a place where they can be connected to the landscape.


The Elsie Scherle Gallery/Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre is pleased to be part of showcasing this exhibition that celebrates landscape, a snapshot of the broad collection of the Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection.


Kristin Teetaert, Program Coordinator, Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre

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News

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Read about what's been happening at the LMLCC!  Learn about upcoming programs, exhibitions and classes/workshops being offered this year! (Adult & Children's)! 

Call for Submissions Elsie Scherle Gallery - Click on Photo Below for More Info!

New! Year-Round Showcasing of Local Art!

Local artists and craftspersons from the Last Mountain Lake area and surrounding communities are invited to show their work in our foyer!

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Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre

133 Donovel Crescent, Regina Beach, Saskatchewan, Canada S0G 4C0

306.729.4484
art@lmlcc.ca

 

Special Thanks To Our Partners!


The Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre would like to acknowledge the following organizations for their continued support: