COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

The MacKenzie engages in regular programming with community partners in Regina and across the province through programs such as Enbridge Young Artists Project, Provincial Outreach, art{outside}, Artists Residencies, and other community partnerships. This programming contributes to the fostering of healthy, equitable communities through art experiences, and a greater understanding of ourselves and one another through explorations of art and culture. Check back for regular updates on community programming and events.

 

Dylan Miner, Anishnaabensag Biimskowebshkigewag (Native Kids Ride Bikes) installed at MacKenzie Art Gallery as part of Beat Nation, 2014

Dylan Miner, Anishnaabensag Biimskowebshkigewag (Native Kids Ride Bikes) installed at MacKenzie Art Gallery as part of Beat Nation, 2014

DYLAN MINER: COLLABORATIVE RESIDENCY

In Spring 2016, the MacKenzie Art Gallery, in partnership with the Dunlop Art Gallery, invited artist Dylan Miner to spend time in Regina, creating a community-based art installation in collaboration with local artists and community participants. During his residency, Dylan Miner worked directly with four local artists who engaged a local community group in the creation of a collaborative low-rider bike, a continuation of his well-known Anishnaabensag Biimskowebshkigewag (Native Kids Ride Bikes) series.
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RELI - A FREE DROP-IN PROGRAM FOR IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE WOMEN AND CHILDREN

The MacKenzie Art Gallery and Regina Immigrant Women Centre welcome immigrant and refugee women and children every Monday morning for recreation, life skills, storytelling and art activities.

Ken Duczek, Coordinator of Learning Initiatives, in the field with the Provincial Outreach Program

Ken Duczek, Coordinator of Learning Initiatives, in the field with the Provincial Outreach Program

PROVINCIAL touring artist & Exhibition Program

For over 40 years, our Provincial Outreach Program has taken art exhibitions and educational programs to schools throughout rural Saskatchewan. Provincial Outreach exhibitions and educational programs are developed to provide insight into a wide variety of art concepts, styles, periods, subject matter and media. Read more...

Allen Sapp, The Pow-wow, 1987 (reproduction), installation at Regina City Hall, as part of art{outside}, 2015

Allen Sapp, The Pow-wow, 1987 (reproduction), installation at Regina City Hall, as part of art{outside}, 2015

art{outside}

The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, and City of Regina invite you to encounter art{outside}!

Drawing on the MacKenzie's Permanent Collection of over 4,500 artworks, art{outside} brings high-quality reproductions of select paintings from the Vault, and installs them around the streets and parks of Regina.
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Enbridge Young Artists participants, 2015

Enbridge Young Artists participants, 2015

ENBRIDGE YOUNG ARTISTS PROJECT

Enbridge Young Artists Project creates greater respect and understanding between culturally diverse students. Initiated to break down barriers for inner-city students, the program is designed to inspire and support students as they explore issues of contemporary identity, culture, and creativity.
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