Regina's Nouveau Gallery was founded as the Susan Whitney Gallery in 1978. The gallery, originally located in a small house on Victoria Avenue, showcased a variety of prominent contemporary Saskatchewan artists and was also known for its “Made in Saskatchewan,” exhibitions, featuring furniture, textiles, painting, and ceramics from Saskatchewan's various ethnic communities. Exhibited artists from the earlier days of the gallery included Joe Fafard, Victor Cicansky, David Thauberger, Russ Yuristy, Ann Harbuz, Molly Lenhardt, and several members of the Regina Five (Ronald Bloore, Kenneth Lochhead, and Arthur McKay).
As Nouveau Gallery, the gallery has been operating since 2005 on Regina's Albert Street. The gallery represents a number of Saskatchewan artists and features works in a variety of mediums including sculpture, painting and drawing, ceramics, and wood. Recent shows include “Five Alive,” featuring work from members of the Regina Five, and “Skylight,” a show of new works by Wilf Perreault.