We value the knowledge and experiences of partners in the community who can provide thoughtful insight and a diversity of perspectives.

We are committed to building and sharing understanding and knowledge, challenging ideas, exploring complex issues, and encouraging creative expression. We believe that the diverse population and audiences of this region bring a wealth of expertise and energy to our cultural landscape, and we want to help support and animate this potential for the enrichment of our programs and our broader communities. Through the inclusion of a wide array of voices, we want to embody the principal of hospitality—welcoming the many people who come to this land while honouring the sovereignty of its Indigenous peoples.

We are committed to access; building relationships and contributing to healthy, equitable communities through art experiences and a greater understanding of ourselves and one another through explorations of art and culture. We are currently building rich community relationships with the following partners: Buffalo Peoples Arts Institute, Saskabilities Council, Regina Immigrant Women Centre, Regina Multifaith Forum, Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum, and Multiculturalism Council of Saskatchewan.

Rawlco Radio and the MacKenzie Art Gallery Free Admission Days

 

With the gracious support of Rawlco Radio, the MacKenzie Art Gallery is pleased to offer Rawlco Radio & the MacKenzie Art Gallery Free Admission Days 12 times a year! Our second floor galleries will be open at no charge for you to explore and enjoy.

 

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    WANT TO PARTNER WITH THE MACKENZIE ART GALLERY?

    We would love to meet you.

    Reach Nicolle Nugent at nnugent@mackenzie.art.

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