Attendance of all events at The Exchange will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test upon entry.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED
The Exchange is a vibrant performance centre in the heart of Regina’s Warehouse district which serves as a community cultural centre for Regina and for the province as a whole. Drama, visual art, games, seminars, dance workshops and performances, poetry readings, film screenings and book launches are some of the varied activities that have complimented the diverse offerings of live music in the past few years. As a music venue the Exchange is a favourite of artists and fans alike. Hardwood floors and brick interior create a warm resonate sound and a funky atmosphere. The Cultural Exchange is proud to support many local and Saskatchewan artists who successfully hone their talents on our stage before venturing out to more ‘commercial’ venues.
The Exchange is an all ages accessible venue. There is a ramp on the east side of the building leading into the main entrance. The general floor area is wheelchair accessible however there is a raised area that is not accessible.
The Exchange has a total of 7 washrooms.
2 gender neutral restrooms located on the north side of the bar
2 gender specific washrooms located on the south side of the bar which include a ladies restroom (3 stalls, 1 accessible) and the mens (1 accessible stall and 4 urinals).
There is a gender neutral washroom backstage for artists.
On the Club side there is a ladies restroom with 2 stalls (1 accessible) and mens has 1 accessible stall and 2 urinals.
Today the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, is an organization grounded in values of inclusivity and openness, that delivers art programs to the people of Saskatchewan in collaboration, as clients, as audience, artists and participants. The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange focuses on emerging artists, emerging art practices and developing audiences and clients. The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange delivers programs to the people of Saskatchewan and focuses on audiences, clients and participants in marginalized communities and regions.