Kevin Mellis

Department of Art and Art History

Undergraduate programs

Undergraduate programs

Take the opportunity to work with award-winning professors, internationally renowned artists, and technical staff.

Explore our facilities

Explore our facilities

Explore our large, bright classrooms and studios. Use up-to-date equipment and experiment with leading-edge processes.

Graduate programs

Graduate programs

Enjoy your own studio space with full access to department resources like full-scale silkscreen and lithographic presses, large-format digital printers, and photo and sculpting studios.

Online bulletin board

Information on events, gallery exhibitions, portfolios, and opportunities.

News and Announcements

Call for Members - PULL exhibition

The Pentimento Collective is now currently seeking members for our upcoming PULL exhibition

Diagramming Dada: Dance, Poetry and Gender in the Archives of the Avant-Garde

A talk by Trevor Stark

A solo exhibition by Tia Halliday

Tia Halliday, Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History opens her solo exhibition at Herringer Kiss Gallery

Marcel Duchamp, the Gambler

Associate professor Trevor Stark explores Duchamp's fascination with chance

YYC/LRT Project drawing to a close with a celebration

The two-year initiative ends on July 31

BFA Visual Studies student's work featured in ASA's exhibition

Olivia Shegelman, a 3rd-year artist, is among 14 Alberta artists featured in the travelling exhibition

In the Media

In the News Justine Bui (Alumna), Art and Art History, in CBC News

ASIAN CHANGEMAKERS: Justine Bui raising awareness about colourism through art

In the News David Simmonds, Art and Art History, in Halifax Examiner

Moving from disability rights to disability justice

In the News Judy Anderson, Art and Art History, in Windspeaker

Exhibit challenges audiences to see ‘unlimited potential’ of beadwork

In the News Audie Murray, Alumna, Art and Art History, in Eagle Feather News

Regina’s first indigenous artist in residence is hard at work

In the News arch Magazine

How a Swiss Startup in the 1960s Led to Some of the Canadian Prairies’ Most Innovative Art

In the News Audie Murray (recent MFA grad), Art and Art History, in Regina Leader-Post

Beadwork artist Audie Murray to be first Indigenous Artist in Residency



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