To enhance the quality of life for the people of Saskatchewan by providing exceptional facilities, programs and services for entertainment, educational and cultural activities in a cost effective manner.
The Conexus Arts Centre, known from 1970 until 2006 as the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, is a world class performing arts and theatre complex located within the heart of Wascana Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan. Constructed to commemorate Canada's centenary in 1967, it was opened by Governor General Roland Michener on August 24, 1970 to serve southern Saskatchewan as a centre for performing arts and exhibitions.
Conexus Arts Centre operates under the direction of our board of directors:
The Honorable Mark Docherty - Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport and Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission
Rick Mantey – Chair
Lin Gallagher – Vice-Chair
Click here to view a printable copy of the
2012-2013 Conexus Arts Centre Annual Report