PUBLIC PROGRAMMING

The MacKenzie regularly programs artist talks, film screenings, and other free, public programming related to current exhibitions.

Thursday Lates in March

Thursday, March 2, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Sylvia Ziemann Workshop- Naughty Puppets, Part 1
Participants will create an alter ego puppet based on personal imaginings and desires. Always wanted pink hair and tattoos? Want your old lover back? Wish you had an evil twin? Well there’s a puppet for that. We will learn basics of puppet making and how to infuse a puppet with movement and character.

Thursday, March 9, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Sketching in the Galleries

Join a Gallery Guise for an evening of sketching your favorite artworks from the exhibition Across the Turtle's Back: The Kampelmacher Memorial Collection of Indigenous Art,

Thursday, March 16, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Philosophy Café

Presumed Consent and Alternative Policies to Increase Organ Donation Rates, presented by Dr. Ryan Doran, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Regina.

The Philosophy Café offers a cozy evening of philosophical exploration of a variety of themes, presented by the University of Regina Department of Philosophy. All are welcome!

Thursday, March 23, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Jean-Pierre Aubé: Performance and Presentation
Join us as we welcome artist Jean-Pierre Aubé (Motion) for a performance and presentation by the artist in the Shumiatcher Theatre. Free admission.

Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Interactive Gallery Tour: Across the Turtle's Back: The Kampelmacher Memorial Collection of Indigenous Art
Join our Gallery Guide for an interactive tour of Across the Turtles Back: The Kampelmacher Memorial Collection of Indigenous Art, including hands-on activities and engaging discussion!

Thursday Lates in April

Thursday, April 6, 2017 | 7:00 PM |  Sylvia Ziemann Workshop- Naughty Puppets, Part 2
Participants will create an alter ego puppet based on personal imaginings and desires. Always wanted pink hair and tattoos? Want your old lover back? Wish you had an evil twin? Well there’s a puppet for that. We will learn basics of puppet making and how to infuse a puppet with movement and character.

Thursday, April 13, 2017 | 7:00 PM |  Interactive Gallery Tour- Motion and John Akomfrah: The Last Angel of History
Join our Gallery Guide for an interactive tour of Motion and John Akomfrah: The Last Angel of History, including hands-on activities and engaging discussion!


 

 

 

Past Events:

The Candahar

May 19, 2016: Jean Freeman

May 26, 2016: Jayden Pfeifer and Johanna Bundon

June 2, 2016: Kyle Herranen

June 9, 2016: Regina Advocates for Design

June 23, 2016: FadaDance

June 30, 2016: Marshall Burns of Rah Rah

July 7, 2016: Belle Plaine

July 21, 2016: Jeanne Randolph

July 28, 2016: Argentine Tango

August 4, 2016: Sandra Butel

August 11, 2016: Judy Wensel and Kris Alvarez

August 18. 2016: Taron Cochrane

August 25, 2016: Chicken & Wine 

September 1, 2016: Jeffrey Allport, Kara Uzelman, and Lee Henderson

September 8, 2016: Anthony Kiendl and Joanne Bristol

September 15, 2016: Ben Tingley and Dave Pettigrew

September 23, 2016: Rebecca Belmore


For more information, visit The Candahar.

 

 

 

Image: installation view Theo Sims: The Candahar at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, 2016. Photo by Don Hall