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Kara Uzelman: Finite Dimensions

Learn more about the exhibition Kara Uzelman: Finite Dimensions, curated by Tak Pham, through our exhibition walkthrough video.

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Miskwaabik Animiiki Power Lines

The Work of Norval Morrisseau

Learn more about the exhibition Miskwaabik Animiiki Power Lines: The Work of Norval Morrisseau, curated by Felicia Gay, through our exhibition walkthrough video.

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Pasapkedjinawong

La rivière qui passe entre les rochers—the river that passes through the rocks

Learn more about the exhibition Pasapkedjinawong: La rivière qui passe entre les rochers—the river that passes through the rocks, curated by John G. Hampton and Léuli Eshrāghi, through our exhibition walkthrough video.

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Touching Earth and Sky

Learn more about the exhibition Touching Earth and Sky, curated by Felicia Gay, through our exhibition walkthrough video.

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Wilf Perrault, Guiding Light, 2002, acrylic on canvas. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Photo: Don Hall. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with funds donated by the Barootes family in honour of Betty Barootes.

Permanent Collection: Community Watch

Learn more about the Permanent Collection: Community Watch, including the artists, their work, and our observations about community. Curated by Timothy Long, Nicolle Nugent, and Tak Pham.

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Christina Battle: Connecting Thru Grasses

Christina Battle: Connecting Thru Grasses considers how we might both map and define prairie boundaries anew. Watch the video essay here.

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Gone in a Flash Livestream Series

Gone in a Flash is a digital programs series from the MacKenzie Art Gallery and Neutral Ground Artist Run Centre, focusing on the upcoming dissolution of the Adobe Flash medium. Since 1996, Adobe Flash has introduced artists to interactive, animated, and web-based work. But at the end of this year, this powerful tool is being permanently removed from the Internet. This online programming series brings together artists, digital archivists, and game developers to discuss their experiences with the medium and what its disappearance means for future of digital art.  

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Studio Sundays Online

Studio Sundays, presented by Canada Life, are an opportunity for families to connect with the artwork in the MacKenzie’s Permanent Collection and the artists that created them with hands-on workshops that are suitable for every age.

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