We strive to be a welcoming and safe space for all, reflecting the people and communities of the land on which the Gallery resides. Our Community Membership and Partnership programs reflect our commitment to community care by offering complimentary access and engaging in partnerships that meet the needs of diverse communities.

For information on our commitments to community care please see our Equity and Accessibility statements.

Community Memberships

We are committed to building relationships with our community and recognize that Gallery admission may be a barrier for some. Our Community Membership Program provides complimentary membership benefits to community organizations and their members, such as: 

  • Unlimited Free Admission 
  • Exclusive member-only sales in the MacKenzie Shop and Boutique MacKenzie Online Shop 
  • Two one-time use guest passes ($24 value)*
  • Invitation to Member-only events 
  • Exclusive Member Communications

*Note: Member must be present. 

The Regina Immigrant Women Centre is grateful for the opportunity to participate in the MacKenzie Art Gallery Community Membership program. This program has enabled many of our clients to access the gallery’s resources and engage with the community.  It has also been a valuable tool for promoting cultural awareness and diversity. We appreciate the support and partnership of the MacKenzie Art Gallery in this important initiative.”Regina Immigrant Women Centre

A visit to an art gallery can be a powerful experience for many. We invite your organization to become complimentary gallery members and explore the potential of art for yourselves.

If interested, please reach out to us using the forms below, or call Christy Ross at (306) 584-4250, ext. 4259.

Are you already a part of an organization that has a MacKenzie Art Gallery community membership? Get your membership here!


We are committed to care and building relationships that are centered on the needs of our community. Through partner-centered relationships and programs rooted in the spirit of reciprocity, we can explore, be creative, share and learn directly from one another. Please contact us to discuss your organization’s unique needs. If interested, contact: 
Christy Ross 
Partnership & Events Coordinator 
E: cross@mackenzie.art 
P: 306-584-4250 ext. 4259



The Gallery is currently engaged in long-term relationships with the following organizations:

  • Buffalo People Arts Institute 
  • SaskAbilities Council 
  • Regina Immigrant Women’s Centre 
  • Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum 
  • Multiculturalism Council of Saskatchewan 
  • Sâkêwêwak First Nations Artists’ Collective Inc. 
  • Conseil Culturel Fransaskois 
  • On Cue Performance Hub 
  • New Dance Horizons 
  • Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild 
  • Queer City Cinema 
  • Indigenous Curatorial Collective (ICCA) 

Community Memberships and Partnerships

Group gathered in Moreshin Allahyari:
MacKenzie volunteers posing together
REILI sketch of woman on a clipboard

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