Grades 1 – 3

GRADE 1

VICTOR CICANSKY (Saskatchewan Voices; Identity; Place; Ceramics; Sculpture)

Victor Cicansky, Root Cellar, 1982, earthenware, glaze, lustre, wood, acrylic paint. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection.

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GRADE 2

ALLEN SAPP (Indigenous; Community; Feelings and Emotions; Painting)

Allen Sapp, Going to Christmas Concert in the School, 1993, acrylic on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of John and Monica Kurtz in Memory of James Kurtz.

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FAYE HEAVYSHIELD (Sculpture; Indigenous; Community; Feelings and Emotions)

Faye Heavyshield, Faye Heavyshield: Aapaskaiyaawa (They are Dancing), 2002, acrylic paint, beads, plastic filament on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program.

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JAMES NICHOLAS AND SANDRA SEMCHUK (Community; Photography; Indigenous; Social Issues)

James Nicholas and Sandra Semchuk, sharing is the law, 2004, 3 lightjet photographs, 76.2 x 95.3 cm each.

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GRADE 3

EDWARD BURTYNSKY (Environment)

Edward Burtynsky, Three Gorges Dam Project, Wan Zhou #1, 2002, chromogenic print, edition 1/5. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program.

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LYNNE COHEN (Environment; Place; Photography)

Lynne Cohen, Classroom (Hercules Bomber), 1991, silver print on photographic paper, edition 3/10. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

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WANDA KOOP (Environment; Technology; Painting)

Wanda Koop, Sightline (Cityscape with Red Cross), 2001, acrylic on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program.

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Grades 4 – 6

GRADE 4

DONOVAN CHESTER (Elements of Art; Saskatchewan Voices; Ceramics; Sculpture)

Donovan Chester, Untitled, 1991, raku. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Grant and Mary Armstrong.

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JOE FAFARD (Saskatchewan Voices; Sculpture; Ceramics; History and Culture)

Joe Fafard, The Politician, 1987, bronze, patina, acrylic paint, edition 4/12. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection.

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GRADE 5

RUSSELL YURISTY (Printmaking, Popular Culture)

Russell Yuristy, Oh No!, 1984, woodcut on paper, edition 5/50. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection.

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GRADE 6

VICTOR CICANSKY (Saskatchewan Voices; Identity; Place; Ceramics; Sculpture)

Victor Cicansky, Root Cellar, 1982, earthenware, glaze, lustre, wood, acrylic paint. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection.

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ROSALIE FAVELL (Identity; Photography)

Rosalie Favell, Facing the Camera: Daphne Odjig, Ottawa, ON 2009, photograph on paper, edition 1/10. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist.

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Grades 7 – 8

GRADE 7

LYNNE COHEN (Environment; Place; Photography)

Lynne Cohen, Classroom (Hercules Bomber), 1991, silver print on photographic paper, edition 3/10. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

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GRADE 8

RUTH CUTHAND (Feelings and Emotions, Indigenous, Diverse Perspectives, History and Culture)

Ruth Cuthand, Surviving: COVID-19, 2020, glass beads, backing and thread, vinyl lettering on glass. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

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JAMES NICHOLAS AND SANDRA SEMCHUK (Community; Photography; Indigenous; Social Issues)

James Nicholas and Sandra Semchuk, sharing is the law, 2004, 3 lightjet photographs, 76.2 x 95.3 cm each.

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Grades 9 – 12

GRADE 10

RUTH CUTHAND (Feelings and Emotions, Indigenous, Diverse Perspectives, History and Culture)

Ruth Cuthand, Surviving: COVID-19, 2020, glass beads, backing and thread, vinyl lettering on glass. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

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GRADE 11

WANDA KOOP (Environment; Technology; Painting)

Wanda Koop, Sightline (Cityscape with Red Cross), 2001, acrylic on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program.

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MARIE LANNOO (Elements of Art; Principles of Design; Saskatchewan Voices; Abstraction)

Marie Lannoo, Whatever Happened to the Goebbels’ Family?, 1994, acrylic on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist.

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