Excellent collection of art from historical to contemporary works by Canadian, American and international artists. Major touring exhibits. Gallery Shop, 175-seat Theatre, Learning Centre and Resource Centre. Corner of Albert St and 23rd Ave, SW corner of Wascana Centre. Mon to Fri 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sun and holidays noon - 5:30 pm.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
3475 Albert St, T C Douglas Building, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 6X6
Mon to Fri 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sun and holidays noon - 5:30 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
The MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina marks the 125th anniversary of Ukrainian immigration to Canada with a show, "Found in Translation," by the late Dmytro Stryjek, a Saskatchewan artist who began painting in earnest only after he retired.
Dec 15, 2016
The Department of Canadian Heritage has announced funding for Saskatchewan’s contributions to the Canada 150 project, including the commissioning of a large-scale Indigenous public artwork to be unveiled on the MacKenzie grounds in October 2017.
Nov 27, 2016
Copies of five artworks in the MacKenzie’s permanent collection, among the gallery’s public favourites, are being placed along city streets and in Victoria Park, adding to the seven installed in September 2015 in various locations.
Sep 27, 2016
Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan presents his 2002 lens-based installation, "Steenbeckett," which immerses viewers in a moving web of 35mm film strung floor to ceiling and wall to wall.
Sep 4, 2016
While Director Anthony Keindl's goal to open a café for gallery patrons has taken longer than expected, a trial run of sorts, Theo Sims’ well-known installation, "The Candahar," offers visitors a chance to visit a traditional Irish pub.
Apr 28, 2016
SASKATCHEWAN: Rosalie Favell, "(Re)facing the Camera", MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Aug. 29 to Nov. 22, 2015
Rosalie Favell found herself part of a welcoming group of aboriginal artists doing residencies in 2008 at the Banff Centre. She decided to shoot portraits of these fellow artists, who included Alex Janvier, Nadia Myre and Frank Shebageget.
Sep 7, 2015
LEVINE FLEXHAUG: "A Sublime Vernacular: The Landscape Paintings of Levine Flexhaug," MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, May 23 to Aug. 9, 2015
Paintings by Levine Flexhaug are easy to forget. They look like something from a learn-to-paint television show – quick, folksy, feel-good landscapes.
May 15, 2015
Creative Saskatchewan and the MacKenzie Art Gallery are pleased to announce that Saskatoon artist Zachari Logan has been selected to participate in a funded three-month residency at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, NY
Mar 26, 2015
Mary Pratt occupies a unique and agitating position within the still-forming canon of Canadian contemporary art.
Jun 26, 2014
Luminous paintings of everyday objects in her home – everything from jars of jam to a dead salmon – light up the 50-year retrospective of celebrated Newfoundland artist Mary Pratt.
Apr 20, 2014
"7: The Professional Native Indian Artists Inc." looks at an early artist alliance that demanded professional recognition and stimulated a new way of thinking about aboriginal peoples and their art.
Aug 29, 2013
The MacKenzie Art Gallery Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Anthony Kiendl as Chief Executive Officer.
Aug 21, 2013
Dominating much of the Mackenzie Art Gallery is "13 Coyotes" - a look at new works by one of Canada's most treasured artists, Edward Poitras. Curated by Michelle Lavallee, the exhibition has two distinct flavours in two different galleries.
Apr 6, 2012
Regina, SK – Today, the MacKenzie Art Gallery launched a new app for iPhone and iPad and a new website, designed to boost people’s online engagement with the Gallery.
Mar 1, 2012
Coyote, the Trickster, has been part of Edward Poitras for decades — in early works a symbol of survival and renewal, more recently a strategic mask allowing concealment and contradiction.
Dec 31, 2011
Just what is it that makes Prairie art so darkly delicious? "Prairie Gothic", curated by Timothy Long for the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, explores the roots of what has become the prairie sensibility
Aug 31, 2011
RUTH CUTHAND’S "TRADING" SERIES PUTS THE LEGACY OF HISTORIC COLONIAL COMMERCE UNDER A MICROSCOPE.
Apr 30, 2010
DAVID GARNEAU, ROBERT HOULE, RUTH CUTHAND, NADIA MYRE, MARY ANNE BARKHOUSE AT THE MACKENZIE GALLERY.
Apr 30, 2010
DAVID GARNEAU "Close Strangers: Distant Relations," September 19 to January 3, 2009, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina
David Garneau wants to challenge the notion that “art must be educational.” The Métis artist and educator brings this subversive agenda to the MacKenzie Art Gallery this fall when he curates "Close Strangers: Distant Relations."
Aug 31, 2009
The MacKenzie Art Gallery unspools the best in Canadian projection-based art.
Dec 31, 2008
On September 20, the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina opens Bob Boyer: His Life’s Work, the first major retrospective for one of the leaders in contemporary Aboriginal art in Canada.
Aug 31, 2008
A member of the Yellow Quill First Nation, Dion’s work will encompass the portraiture of his Red Worker series, along with his Starblanket series of sculptural paintings incorporating computer hardware.
Apr 30, 2008
The MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, in collaboration with the National Art Gallery, presents Joe Fafard this fall, curated by Toronto-based curator and writer Terrence Heath.
Aug 31, 2007
Kevin McKenzie's Re-Animator stirs up some interesting questions about how we read photographs. If you stumbled into this exhibition knowing nothing about the artist, you would see one show.
Aug 31, 2006
"Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making" examines an exceptionally vital nexus of ceramic-based art production occurring in Regina from the late 1960s to the mid-1970s.
Aug 31, 2005
CHRIS GERGLEY, "That's My Wonderful Town," September 20, 2003 to January 20 2004, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina
Vancouver photographer Chris Gergley was born in Regina, Queen City of the prairies. Gergley records the everyday in a fantastic way.
Aug 31, 2003