News and Events
2016 Membership Campaign
The Mann Art Gallery is beginning its annual
Membership Campaign and we hope to count on your
support for 2016. We
strive to foster an accessible, inclusive, and robust arts scene in
Prince Albert and
area. With your contribution the Gallery is a platform
for social growth, production of knowledge, and
nourishment of our
history and culture.
For more information on this year's membership, including benefits and
membership categories, please
For Membership Forms please click
The Mann Art Gallery will be closed from Saturday
December 19th 2015 to Sunday January 3rd 2016.
Wolf Back A Beer Fundraiser
January 22nd, 2016
E.A. Rawlinson Centre
142 - 12th Street West
Advance tickets: $20.00
At the door: $25.00
Taste beers from around the world and from local Saskatchewan breweries!
Enjoy gourmet snacks from Rock Trout Café.
The Goats, All Mighty Voice, The O'Kraut Boys
Wolf Back A Beer is an annual fundraiser for the Mann Art Gallery to
purchase a six-foot, 1,000 pound
bronze wolf sculpture from
internationally-acclaimed sculptor, Joe Fafard.
November 18th 2015 - January 11th, 2016
Iris Hauser, oil on canvas, 2014, 140 x 70 cm (photo by Zach Hauser)
Curated by Griffith Aaron Baker
This exhibition explores the concept of gender identity, self-image, and
self-expression. The show includes a series of individual portraits of
some of Hauser's long-time models, portrayed as themselves, rather than
in the roles they usually play as actors in staged tableaus. Each of the
models chose how they wished to be portrayed and the resulting portraits
are an exploration of identity and self-presentation - how we see
ourselves and what we choose to project to the world. While the
individuality of each person is accented, the underlying text in this
series, as a whole, is the shared humanity and connectivity of each
Friday November 20th | 7:00 PM
Curated by Jesse Campbell
In this exhibition, Gail Carlson combines her pottery practice with her
love of architecture and interpretation of large monuments. Elements
such as mantelpieces, doorways, and windows will be shown in a new
light. Gail takes inspiration from classical architecture, but
reinterprets it with her deep knowledge of pottery. The pieces consist
of hand-built and thrown items, combined to create a new view on
architectural elements that have been normal components of public and
private buildings for hundreds of years.
NEW at the Mann Art Gallery
Life Drawing Sessions
Facilitated by Emma Anderson (BFA)
Emma Jean Anderson, Untitled Sketch
Come and practice your drawing skills in a fun and
relaxed atmosphere. Meet other artists while drawing from a live model.
Length and types of poses will vary. Individuals will learn from each
other, receive feedback, and develop technical and personal style.
Participants are to bring their own drawing supplies. Pencils,
watercolours, charcoal, and pastel are welcome. Easels, supports,
tables, and chairs are available on a first-come basis. Individuals may
come or go at any point during the three-hour session.
Tuesday November 24 6:00 PM -
Sunday December 6
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Pre-registration is not required. Open to all skill
levels. Experimentation is encouraged.
Model for us and receive free drawing sessions credits.
$5.00/students and underemployed
Annual General Meeting
In accordance with Saskatchewan's Not-for-Profit Act
(1995), the Mann Art Gallery held its Annual General Meeting Tuesday
March 31st 2015. Copies of the 2014 Annual Report, 2014 Financial Statements,
Agenda, and 2014 Draft AGM Minutes will be available.
HERE to view the
2014 Financial Statements.
to view the 2014 Annual Report