MacKenzie School Tours are an exciting opportunity for students and educators to experience Saskatchewan's largest public art gallery!
This spring, explore an engaging retrospective of the works of Italian-born Plains Cree artist Sarain Stump (1945-1974), an influential figure in the First Nations arts communities of Saskatchewan in the 1970s. Stump was an educator, poet, actor and artist who created drawings, prints and sculpture. This tour will explore Sarain’s work, his impact on subsequent generations, the emergence of Indigenous art in the region during the 1970s, and complex contemporary discussions on identity and inter-cultural relations.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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