Art Now is the largest fine art fair of modern and contemporary art in Saskatchewan featuring emerging and nationally and internationally known artists from galleries across all three Canadian prairie provinces.

The fourth annual Art Now takes place September 19–22 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.



Don’t miss the Opening Night Reception for the 4th annual Art Now Fine Art Fair. At 7:00pm on Thursday, September 19, at the Soundstage, in Regina, you can be one of the first to see the amazing fine art. Tickets for this premiere event are $45, $25 for self-declared artists, and are available online here, or by contacting SaskGalleries

The reception features live music from local Saskatchewan musicians and appetizers, plus a chance to win over $3,000 in door prizes, including gift certificates to the exhibitor galleries and more. 

From Friday September 21 until Sunday September 22 the Art Now Fine Art Fair offers FREE admission and is open to all. Twelve galleries will come together in one location, with hundreds of pieces of art and they’re all for sale.

This year Art Now features a video installation to lead you in, a Craftsperson in Residence creating a piece during the fair, a TimeraiserYQR preview booth, four education sessions and eleven artist talks, and many cultural vendors. There is something for everyone.

Come and hang out with us for the weekend! Food and beverages will also be available for purchase, and if you need a break, the Creative Corner is available for art lovers of all ages.


Founded in 2016, the Art Now Fine Art Fair is the only event of its kind on the Canadian prairies. This September 19 until 22, commercial galleries will converge at the Soundstage in Regina for the fourth edition of this exciting show. In this unique location, the show will feature hundreds of original artworks from premiere galleries, all for sale and all in one place.

With twelve galleries participating this year, it’s sure to be the most diverse show to date. The three-day event will also feature artist talks, demonstrations, and sessions, details coming soon.

Sponsorship opportunities are available now - visit the sponsorship page or contact or 306-775-3323 for more information. The opening night reception featuring live music, appetizers, and door prizes will be held Thursday, September 19. Ticket information available soon. 

At the fourth annual Art Now Art Fair, there is something for art lovers of all ages. Art Now aims to provide a comfortable and accessible art fair experience that breaks down traditional barriers for people interested in fine art but too intimidated to go to a gallery. There is no admission fee to Art Now and art lovers of all ages are welcome.  


The 2018 Art Now Fine Art Fair, presented by SaskGalleries, concluded on September 23, with the strongest sales ever recorded and high public engagement. The third edition of the show featured 11 exhibitors from Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba, and had more than 3,200 visitors throughout the weekend. The Fair featured four panel sessions and 14 artist talks throughout the show and had about 700 pieces of original fine art on display. The added sculpture garden was definitely a highlight for attendees and exhibitors.

SaskGalleries is grateful to our major supporter, Creative Saskatchewan, and to all sponsors and supporters, for making the show possible and accessible to all with free admission. The fourth annual Art Now will take place on September 19 until 22, 2019, in Regina. Exhibitor applications will open in early 2019.


When it comes to art fairs, some visitors may be nervous; they can be intimidating places.  Big art fairs, and even smaller ones to a degree, are fast-paced, busy, visually stimulating, and at times, confusing to navigate. But when it really comes down to it, art fairs are a gathering place for people to appreciate and experience fine art, and maybe even (hopefully) buy a piece or two for their collections. Art fairs can also provide more than that if you want them to; sessions and panels, information about art trends, social nights, and networking opportunities abound. Art fairs are cultural events aimed to support gallery systems that bring together the community and all levels of art-lovers.