MacKenzie School Tours are an exciting opportunity for students and educators to experience Saskatchewan's largest public art gallery!
Upcoming touring exhibitions include:
SakKijâjuk + Perfection: Agnes Martin Prints
Touring February 16 to April 1, 2019
SakKijâjuk highlights the often-overlooked artwork of the Nunatsiavummiut, the Inuit living in the Labrador coastal area. Featuring works by several generations of artists, this exhibit includes textile artworks, photography, carvings, grass sewing, prints, and more that highlight the modern and traditional lives and identities of the Nunatsiavummiut people.
Superscreen: The Making of an Artist-Run Counterculture and the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop
Touring April 1 to May 20, 2019
Step back into the artistic and social movements of the sixties and seventies
with this exhibition of works printed in the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Due to its cutting-edge technologies, this print shop was the site of printing many influential artists’ works, including members of the Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporated, and many well-known prairie artists.
Victor Cicansky Retrospective
Touring June 8 to October 27, 2019
This retrospective of local ceramic artist Victor Cicansky will explore the role he has played in Regina’s local clay movement, his connections to the California funk artistic movement, and his roots in both the garden and his Romanian heritage.
Designed to support provincial curricula, MacKenzie School Tours offer a two-hour, hands-on learning experience complete with a guided tour and interactive studio activities.
Learn about our Current Tour or visit our Teacher Resource Archive to explore past tours!
For more information, please contact: Jera.email@example.com or request your tour below!
Image: Alex Janvier, Untitled (detail), 1986, acrylic on canvas, 165.1 × 266.7 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
© Alex Janvier. Photo: National Gallery of Canada
The exhibition Alex Janvier is organized by the National Gallery of Canada