With the lifting of the temporary closure mandate for art museums in Regina, the team at the MacKenzie is excited to announce that on Saturday, June 12, we will be reopening to the public with a brand-new slate of four exhibitions, a short film screening in the Shumiatcher Theatre and a Rawlco Radio and Mackenzie Art Gallery Free Admission Day.
We are committed to offering a safe environment that continues to foster creativity and transformative experiences for our guests, and we will continue to offer online programming and events with plans to gradually return to in-person events as soon as it’s safe to do so! If you would like to know more about current programming we are offering, please visit our website.
On Saturday, June 12th, the Gallery will host a Rawlco Radio and MacKenzie Art Gallery Free Admission Day, offering on-the-hour tours, and a 2 PM online panel discussion about disability art between artists Carmen Papalia and jes sachse. Moderated by Sook-Yin Lee, the discussion will be broadcast live to the Shumiatcher Theatre and online to the MacKenzie Facebook page.
We will once again be open 10 AM—5:30 PM from Wednesday to Saturday, and 12 PM—5:30 PM on Sundays, with capacity limited to thirty people per hour. The Gallery will also continue to remain closed Mondays and Tuesdays to facilitate heightened cleaning measures.