The Gallery

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery is Saskatchewan’s oldest public art gallery, and is committed to creating transformative experiences of the world through art. With a permanent collection that spans 5,000 years and nearly 5,000 works of art, we encompass both the University of Regina’s vast collection and one of Canada’s largest collections of Indigenous art, the Kampelmacher Memorial Collection. Through art, education, and immersive programming, the MacKenzie brings fresh perspectives that transform how people experience history, themselves, and each other.  

The diversity of the MacKenzie collection continually offers fresh perspectives, bringing people together to re-examine what they thought they knew. Through exhibitions, education, performance, workshops, and more, we are transforming how people throughout Saskatchewan experience the world, including relationships to Indigenous peoples, newcomers, and cultures from around the globe.

Our Facilities

MacKenzie Shop display

MacKenzie Shop

The MacKenzie Shop is open during regular Gallery hours, is the perfect place to find one-of-a kind, locally made, hand-crafted and thoughtfully curated gifts. It is also available online at: Purchases from The MacKenzie Shop support the exhibitions and programs at the Gallery.

Craft works hanging from corkboard in BMO Learning Centre

BMO Learning Centre

Come in and experience the transformative power of art firsthand! Stay tuned for programming in the BMO Learning Centre. Join us every Sunday (online, in-person, or for a hybrid event) for Studio Sundays, where we create family-friendly projects and explore our current exhibitions through a variety of different mediums. Explore Studio Sunday activities.

Event in the Shumiatcher Theatre

Shumiatcher Theatre

Our inviting theatre is filled with comfortable tiered seating – perfect for a variety of events including performances, lectures and film screenings. We are pleased to offer ongoing complimentary film screenings.

Students working in the MacKenzie Art Gallery Digital Lab

Library & Digital Lab

The MacKenzie Art Gallery Library maintains an in-house collection of art-related books, exhibition catalogues, journals, reference materials and clippings on individual artists, art themes, styles and topics. The Digital Lab is currently unavailable to the public, stay tuned for future programs!

Man purchasing food from the Craft Service Café.

Craft Services by Crave

Visitors are welcome to enjoy Craft Services Café by Crave’s elegantly prepared, decadent food and drink selection—an unforgettable art and culinary experience awaits! Accompanying the Bill Burns: Bird Radio & the Eames Chair Lounge, Craft Services Café by Crave is an innovative engine for creative industries, where every facet of the creative space intermingles to create a transformative experience. Working with fresh, quality ingredients, Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar is known for creating dishes that highlight Saskatchewan and Canadian products using classic culinary techniques with a modern approach—coming together to produce something inspired.

Front view of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, with sculpture of artist Jacques Lipchitz'

Outdoor Sculpture Garden

The artworks seen on our grounds are part of the MacKenzie’s Permanent Collection and are on display on the grounds around the Gallery for you to enjoy year round. Enhance your next walk through Wascana Centre by learning about the sculptures and the artists who created them.