For questions on ways to support the Gallery, please contact Carrie Smith, Development Associate at 306 584 4250 |ext. 4254 or email


  • 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.
  • The MacKenzie launched Regina Arts Youth Network (RAYN) which is a youth-led arts council offering no-cost student-led programming that engages youth in artistic exploration and creation.
  • Continued 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.
  • Continued 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.


Thank you for considering a recurring monthly donation to the Mackenzie Art Gallery! 

By choosing to become a monthly donor, your contribution not only allows us fulfill our mission of providing transformative experiences of the world through art, you also help us provide meaningful support to the Gallery’s innovative exhibitions, educational programs, and the preservation of a permanent collection of free art for everyone to discover and enjoy. By giving to The Mackenzie Art Gallery, you are contributing to caring for the cultural health of our shared communities. 

Becoming a monthly donor at the MacKenzie Art Gallery is a great way to show your support for the arts and help the gallery continue to provide access to a wide range of exhibitions and educational programs for visitors of all ages. Monthly donations can be set up easily and securely online, and you can choose the amount that works best for you. Additionally, your recurring donation will help provide financial stability for the MacKenzie and allow us to plan and execute our programming with more certainty. 

Donation FAQs

All online donations to the MacKenzie Art Gallery are eligible for a charitable tax receipt. For all other donations, the MacKenzie Art Gallery issues charitable tax receipts for gifts of $20 or more. When you choose to purchase tickets to one of our fundraising events, the Canada Revenue Agency requires that a deduction be made from your charitable tax receipt, representing the value of benefits received. Should you have any questions about the amount of your contribution please contact Kezia – Grace Macbruce at 

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: 

Kezia Macbruce

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

Yes, you can make a tribute donation or gift in memory of someone to the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Tribute donations are a meaningful way to honor the memory of a loved one or friend while supporting the gallery’s mission. You can contact the gallery to learn more about the process of making a tribute donation.  

Leaving a donation to the Mackenzie Art Gallery in your Will can have a significant impact on the future of the gallery and its ability to continue to provide valuable art experiences to the community. Your donation can help the gallery acquire new works of art, support exhibitions and educational programming, and ensure the preservation of the gallery’s existing collection. Additionally, your donation can also support the gallery’s mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of art, and to be a cultural hub for the community. By leaving a donation to the Mackenzie Art Gallery, you will be helping to ensure that the gallery can continue to provide access to art and culture for generations to come. 

You can leave a gift of shares to the MacKenzie Art Gallery by transferring the ownership of the shares to the gallery. This can typically be done by contacting your financial advisor where the shares are held and requesting to transfer them to the gallery’s account.  By donating appreciated assets, such as shares of stock, to the MacKenzie Art Gallery, you can claim a charitable tax deduction for the fair market value of the assets on the date of the gift, and you won’t have to pay capital gains tax on the appreciation. However, please make sure to consult your financial advisor or tax professional for advice on the tax implications of your gift and for the specifics of your situation. You may also reach out to the Development Department, and they will help you with this process.