URegina celebrates campus frog restoration


The University of Regina is celebrating the completed restoration of the College Avenue Campus Frog. The frog was made as part of a class project in 1971 and needed restoration from years of wear and tear. “Parts of the exterior had basically cracked and fallen inside,” said URegina Curator of the President’s Art Collection Alex King. “It was at that point that we decided to do this project and to renovate it. So now it’s filled with foam so it’s much more stable, and it has a partly new concrete exterior with mosaic tiles.” URegina held a community celebration to recognize the completion of the project.

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