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The MacKenzie Art Gallery has appointed artists Cat Bluemke and Jonathan Carroll as digital coordinators. Read more

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Mitchell Wiebe plays with vampires and psychedelic swirls in trippy Regina show. Read more

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The 10-year agreement, which follows one initially signed in 1990, ensures the MacKenzie will steward and potentially exhibit more than 1,600 artworks owned by the university. Read more

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Stunning paintings that resemble Métis beadwork are a call to preserve Mother Earth. Read more

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Regina's MacKenzie Art Gallery has launched its new website, mackenzie.art. Read more

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Felicia Gay has been appointed as a curatorial fellow at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina.  The position is a cross-appointment with the University of Regina and runs until April 2021. Read more

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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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