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The Things We Think With

This exhibition explores the celebration of the object as an important catalyst, tool, container and provocation in our daily lives. We are from all corners of the University, contributing to this playful display of the things that hold meaning for us. The library archivist, the scientist and the mathematician, the musician, the dancer and the registered nurse are only a few of the makers participating in this eclectic show and tell.

Workshop Events:

The Skeleton Tour with Mel Hart
September 8, 1:00-1:30PM (LB 419)
Step into a biology lab to see where students work with animals, creating skeletal preparations for teaching and learning. Note: skeletons and discussions of dead animals will happen; this tour may not be ideal for everyone.
Maximum 10 People

Behind-the-Scenes with Crista Bradley
September 9, 2:00 PM (meet at Archives Reference Desk, Archer Library, 107.4)
September 14, 9:30 AM (meet at Archives Reference Desk, Archer Library, 107.4)
Discover the fascinating collection of the University Archives.

Junk Bags Bulging with Stories with Kathryn Ricketts
September 12, 2:00 PM (Fifth Parallel)
September 16, 10:00 AM (Fifth Parallel)
Drawing from a box of objects, we will create bags of junk (carefully chosen) that tell a personal or fictional story.

More information:

Date ( Add to your Calendar)
Tuesday, September 6, 2022
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

How to Connect
The Fifth Parallel Gallery, Riddell Centre
University of Regina

During regular gallery hours

Friday, September 9
Fifth Parallel Gallery, 4:00-6:00pm.
All are welcome to attend!

The Things We Think With is an exhibition inspired by a symposium of the same name, organized by Dr. Kathryn Ricketts (Education) in the summer of 2021. Amy Snider (MFA candidate in Visual Arts) and Dr. Christine Ramsay (MAP) assisted Dr. Ricketts with the curation of the exhibition. They extend sincere thanks to all the participating makers.