CTV Regina’s Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour: Cathedral Villiage

CTV Regina’s Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour: Cathedral Villiage

Published Sept. 19, 2019 5:28 p.m. ET
Updated Sept. 19, 2019 5:32 p.m. ET

CTV News Regina has been asking for your favourite pieces of public art in the Queen City. Below is the second installment of CTV News Regina's Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour. Scroll down to follow along, or take the tour yourself with carefully curated recommendations from our Digital Team.

 

Route 2: Cathedral

Alley mural on Cameron Street

A wing mural in an alley in the 2100 block of Cameron Street.

Location: 2161 Cameron St.  

*Take a stroll through the residential part of Regina’s Cathedral neighbourhood on your way to the next stop. Swing into Chocolates by Bernard Callebaut, next door to the next location, if you’re craving something sweet!

 

Highway on Butcher Boy Meats Shop

A highway painted on the side of Butcher Boy Meats Shop.

 

Location: 2136 Robinson St.

*Taking the tour on your day off? Shannon’s Pub and Grill is a great stop for a pint and a little Irish culture.

 

 

 

 

Fish marks wall of Cathedral fish market

A fish marks the wall of the Pacific Fresh Fish Market in Regina's Cathedral neighbourhood.

Location: 3005 13th Ave.

 

 

Brick mural 

This brick mural features a face on the side of Uforia Muse on 13th Avenue.

Location: 3024 13th Ave.

 

*This stretch of 13th Avenue is a great place to spend the afternoon exploring. The brick mural is on the same block as the popular Dessart Sweets Ice Cream and Candy Store. Find your favourite candies from all around the world in this vintage style shop. On your walk to our next location, stop into 33 ⅓ for coffee. Their nitrogen cold brew will have you buzzing through the rest of the tour.
 

Pet mural on Cathedral Pet Stop

This mural features a dog and cat on the side of the Cathedral Pet Stop

Location: 2924 13th Ave.

 

 

 

 

Mural memorial for Tesalyn Zizzy-Mustatia 

This mural remembers Tesalyn Zizzy-Mustatia on the side of the Regina Lakeview Constituency Office.

Location: 2824 13th Ave.  

 

 

Bird and Dragonfly Mural

This mural of a bird and dragonfly can be found in the alley behind Burns-Hanley Church Supplies, just off 13th Avenue. 

Location: 2727 13th Ave.

 

 

Buddha mural

A Buddha mural on the side of the Viet Thai restaurant on Albert Street downtown.

Location: 2080 Albert St

 

 

Off the path:  

Stegosaurus

Sculptor Darcy Zink was commissioned to design this piece in 1999. 

Location: Saskatchewan Drive and Lewvan Drive

 

 

Bandicoots

This steel sculpture by Jack Sures,is a winning design from the Bloomin' Good Artist Design Flower Bed Competition. It can be found outside the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre. 

Location: 2420 Elphinstone St.

 

 

Two-part sculpture

This two-part piece in front of the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre was designed by artist John Richert. When viewed from the right position the two elements come together to make a single composition.

Location: 2420 Elphinstone St.

 

 

Reginald the Grasshopper

Regina artist Wilf Perrault designed this sculpture commissioned by the city.

Location: Albert Street and Leopold Crescent

 

Check in for our next installment: CTV Regina’s Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour: Downtown

Take a look at our public art map and send us any art you've seen around Regina here.