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MacKenzie Art Gallery

Morehshin Allahyari embodies the supernatural powers in plastic sculptures and blazing video projections. Read more

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Sitting Bull's buffalo robe is returning to Saskatchewan for the first time in at least 75 years. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina is changing to a paid admissions system. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery has appointed Tak Pham as assistant curator. He will be joining the gallery on May 6. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery presents Superscreen: The Making of an Artist-Run Counterculture and the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery is bringing the work of internationally recognized artist Agnes Martin to her home province of Saskatchewan with the opening of  Agnes Martin: The mind knows what the eye has not seen. Read more

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The Kampelmacher collection reflects diversity of artists and media from across Canada and the United States. Read more

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Saskatchewan show brings together international artists who use critical theory and punk strategies to resist both the Western gaze and nationalist projects. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery has received two major gifts, including $25 million from an anonymous donor. It is the largest endowment in the gallery’s history. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina has appointed John G. Hampton to the newly created position of director of programs, effective Oct. 1. Read more

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A public sculpture by Omaskêko Ininiwak artist Duane Linklater will be installed on the facade of the MacKenzie Gallery’s T.C. Douglas Building in Regina's Wascana Park starting May 24. Read more

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The MacKenzie and New Dance Horizons present "Re: Celebrating the Body," featuring a season of programming focused on the body, abilities, and the joy of movement. Read more

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The MacKenzie continues its lineup of programming for "Transformative Landscapes" with "Pioneer" by New Zealand artist Brett Graham. Read more

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Anthony Kiendl, Executive Director and CEO of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, and Christina Attard, Executive Director of the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation announce tthe Gallery has received a $1.6 million gift from an anonymous donor. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery is pleased to be the summer home for Alex Janvier, as this popular exhibition from the National Gallery of Canada makes its first stop on a national tour — and only stop in Saskatchewan. Read more

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John Akomfrah, a British artist of Ghanaian descent, considers questions of race and post-colonial identity in "The Last Angel of History," on view at Regina’s MacKenzie Gallery until May 14. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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Atom Egoyan, "Steenbeckett," 2002

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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. Read more

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