CTV Regina’s Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour: N.O.D. & Warehouse District
CTV News Regina has been looking for your favourite pieces of public art in the Queen City. Below is the first of a three part series documenting Regina's best public art in the form of a walking tour curated by the CTV News Regina Digital Team.
Route 1: North of Dewdney & Warehouse District
Mural honours Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
This mural, by artist Simone McLeod, on the side of Palyga Medi-Drugs pays tribute to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
Location: Palyga Medi-Drugs on Fifth Avenue
This mural stretches across a fence between Robinson and Retallack St. on 6th Ave.
Location: Sixth Avenue and Robinson Street
This mural of a turtle is credited with the name Ironstand, and is on the west facing wall of From Past Times Antiques and Collectibles.
Location: Sixth Avenue and Albert Street
Artwork decorating Centennial Market
Work from local artists decorates the walls at the Centennial Market in the Warehouse District.
Location: 1230 Broad St.
*On your way past, stop at Our Spot Coffee Shop for some goodies from a locally owned, family run and operated business. One of many new additions in Regina’s Warehouse District.
Treehouse Lifestyle Supplies mural
This mural can be found on the side of Treehouse Lifestyle Supplies.
Location: 1422 Scarth St.
Capital Electric Mural
This mural can be found on the Capital Electic building in the Warehouse District.
Location: 1234 Scarth St.
Check in for our next installment: CTV Regina’s Unofficial Public Art Walking Tour: Cathedral Villiage
Take a look at our public art map and send us any art you've seen around Regina here.