Who says kids get all the fun? The MacKenzie Art Gallery offers programs and events for people of all ages.
Art at Your Door
Art at Your Door is a free program for Regina senior groups or care homes that brings the Gallery experience to you. A Gallery Educator shares stories and slides about artwork from one of the MacKenzie’s current exhibitions. Learn to interpret art in a new way.
Artist trading card by Sylvia Ziemann
Artist Trading Cards
Join the Regina Artist Trading Card (ATC) Collective to make and trade Artist Trading Cards.
Artist Trading Cards are individual masterpieces that are 2.5 x 3.5 inches in size and made out of any material imaginable.
Meet other creative adults and aspiring artists, make and trade your cards, and participate in inspired discussions.
Call 584-4291 or email to register.
For the next ATC Make and Trade session, search our Events Calendar.
The Collaborative Decade: 10 years of Artist Trading Cards in Regina
Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 2 - 4 pm at the Mackenzie Art Gallery.
Celebrate 10 years of Artist Trading Cards in Regina with an artist trading cards installation of over 70 artists in The Living Room, the MacKenzie’s new space dedicated to community projects and the Permanent Collection.
Check the Events Calendar for innovative programs that will enrich your exhibition experience.
The MacKenzie offers:
- lectures by artists, writers and creative leaders
- film screenings
- artist-guided workshops and tours
- Thursday Night Live! (live music and performances in the gallery)
- multi-disciplanary performances
I volunteer because I want to give to the community and often have a smile on my face when leaving a Travelling Art Program class. The kids come up with insightful comments and are keenly observant. I recall the student who said nothing during the class discussion but watched intently. At the end, I asked the group "If you could take one of these paintings home to keep in your bedroom, which one would it be and why?" He said he would take the the painting of large, gray rocks from the North because it was calming and he wouldn't feel so lonely. - Audrey Henderson, MacKenzie Volunteer for 2 years