IT’S TIME TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
The MacKenzie relies on the generosity of supporters to sustain our mission of creating transformative experiences of the world through art.
Whether you visited an exhibition, attended an artist talk, became a member, or gave a donation of any size, you have enabled the MacKenzie to continue to offer a broad range of programming that enriches the lives of our friends and family, as well as the broader community. Gifts of all sizes matter and have a direct and immediate impact on the operations of the Gallery, and the educational and community programs, exhibitions, and conservational projects it is able to undertake.
For questions on ways to support the Gallery, please contact Brittany Yang, Director of Development at 306-584-4250 ext. 4266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT WE ACHEIVED THROUGH COMMUNITY SUPPORT IN 2021/2022
Although there were months where we closed our doors to help keep our staff and visitors safe, we were hard at work supporting our community’s cultural health. Here is what we achieved last year with the help of our valued supporters:
- The MacKenzie Art Gallery organized Radical Stitch, one of the most significant exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous beading across North America ever presented, along with a symposium “Beading Together”.
- MacKenzie Art Gallery partnered with the Remai Modern to offer guided, virtual workshops for classrooms. This interactive experience is led by gallery guides, who will provide encounters with artworks from both museum’s collections.
- Continues to offer free workshops and sharing opportunities for immigrant women and their families in an environment that is supportive and creative through our partnership with Regina Immigrant Women’s Centre.
- Continues to provide Studio Sunday family programming, a creative exploration of stories, perspectives, and community through multi-generational lessons and workshops.
- Commissioned new projects like the upcoming Turning the Lens: Indigenous Archive Project by Paul Seesequasis. A project that celebrates the everyday life and ongoing resilience in Canadian Indigenous communities and helps to identify and reclaim the names of those documented in historical photographs owned by museums and archives.
- Expanded our collection and created new exhibitions for our community to enjoy.
- 248,926 guests experienced MacKenzie exhibitions & programs.
- Added 24 works to the MacKenzie’s Permanent Collection of more than 5,000 works.
- 1,101 students participated in school tours.
- 2,522 students participated in our Studio Sunday program both in-person and online.
Please consider making a donation to the MacKenzie. With the help of our community, we were able to have a direct impact on thousands of artists, youth, and adults. Your generosity will ensure that the MacKenzie can continue to fulfill our shared vision to create transformative experiences of the world through art.
Yes. The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a registered charity, our Charitable Registration number is: 11902 7084 RR0001
By Mail: You can make a donation to the MacKenzie Art Gallery by mailing your donation via cheque made payable to: The MacKenzie Art Gallery. Kindly address this package to the attention of the Development Associate as follows:
MacKenzie Art Gallery,
3475 Albert Street,
Regina, SK S4S 6X6
By Phone: If you would like to speak to someone about your donation and pay by credit card over the phone, please call 306-584-4250 ext. 4273
Yes. We accept stocks and securities as donations. For more information, please contact our Development Associate at 306-584-4250 ext. 4273.
To set up a monthly recurring contribution, please contact our Development Associate at email@example.com