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Thanksgiving Hours

The Mann Art Gallery will be closed from Saturday October 8th to Monday October 10th, 2016 in observance of Thanksgiving.

Employment Opportunity at the MAG

The Mann Art Gallery is looking to hire a part-time Receptionist. Click HERE to view the job description.  
This position will remain open until filled. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume (with references) to Jesse Campbell at

Professional Development Opportunity

Life Drawing Sessions

Facilitated by Emma Anderson (BFA)

Emma Jean, Untitled, 2016, charcoal on paper

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.

Saturdays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

September 24th
October 22nd
November 19th
December 10th

Pre-registration is not required. Open to all skill levels. Experimentation is encouraged. Model for us and receive free drawing session credits.

Rates: $10.00/session

Professional Development Opportunity

CARFAC Workshop:

A Taxing Time for Artists

Thursday October 20th, 2016 | 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Join Randy Clay, an accountant from Saskatoon, for a two-hour information session on the following topics: records for tax purposes, inventory, grants and royalties, tax returns, expenses, self-employment status, capital costs, and other areas of special interests for artists. Also covered will be whether artists should register for GST and PST. Sources for further information will be provided, including the CARFAC Sask Financial Advisory Service for members.

This is a free workshop. To register, contact Lana Wilson at 306-763-7080 or

Current Exhibitions


An Exhibition Celebrating 10 Years of the Two Story Café

 Curated by Michel Boutin
September 14th - October 14th, 2016

The Mann Art Gallery in partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Artists Collective (IPAC) will mark the 10th Annual Two Story Café and 10 plus years of successful partnerships by hosting the exhibition 10/10. The exhibition showcases visual art works from 10 artists who have presented performance art pieces in Prince Albert during the past 10 years of the Two Story Café: Warren Arcand, Lori Blondeau, Robin Brass, Michael Farnan, David Garneau, Terrance Houle, Duane Linklater, Tanya Lukin-Linklater, Peter Morin, and Adrian Stimson. 

Please join us at 7:00 PM on September 16th for the exhibition reception, featuring Tristen Durocher on fiddle, a screening of Michael Farnan’s new work Pilgrims of the Wild, and a performance by Lori Blondeau, Michael Farnan, and Adrian Stimson.

 Current Exhibitions

Northern Image Photographers
10 Year Anniversary

Gerald Murphy, Nature's Original Corkscrew, 2016, photograph

Founded on the principle of excellence in photography, the Northern Image Photographers is a club composed of local people of all ages who share an interest in improving their photography, both technically and conceptually.

The work of the Northern Image Photographers is celebrated through an annual exhibition hosted by the Mann Art Gallery. Each year a different theme is explored. 2016 marks the 10th anniversary that the photographers have displayed their work at the gallery. Therefore, this year members were encouraged to showcase images that reflect the club name. Appropriately, the club hosts weekend photo tours twice per year in various locations, numerous being in Northern Saskatchewan. Many of the photographers focus primarily on nature and outdoor themes, and enjoy sharing images that highlight the great scenic opportunities close to home.

September 14th - October 14th, 2016


In early May 2016 we were thrilled to install Mahihkan, the bronze wolf sculpture by Joe Fafard for which we have been fundraising since 2011. Mahihkan is now part of the Permanent Collection of the Mann Art Gallery. Thank you to hundreds of volunteers and donors who have helped us acquire this wonderful work of public art!

Joe Fafard, Mahihkan, 2016, powder-coated bronze, Permanent Collection of the Mann Art Gallery

The purchase of Mahihkan was possible thanks to an acquisitions grant from Canada Council for the Arts/Conseil des Arts du Canada

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 click HERE. (PDF)

For Membership Forms please click HERE (PDF).

Annual General Meeting

In accordance with Saskatchewan's Not-for-Profit Act (1995), the Mann Art Gallery will held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday March 29th 2016.

Click HERE to view the 2015 Annual Report.
Click HERE to view the 2015 Audited Financial Statements.

Art Rental Program

The Mann Art Gallery can provide you with the opportunity to display original artwork in your home or office with pieces from our Permanent Collection. Renting art is an affordable way to enjoy high quality works without a significant financial investment and with the freedom to change your taste with each rental period.

Art rental rates are based on 12% of the individual pieces' sale prices. The pieces are fully insured by the Gallery. The Mann Art Gallery staff will deliver and install the artwork.

For more information, contact the gallery at or 306-763-7080.

The Mann Art Gallery | 142 12th Street West | S6V 3B5 | (306) 763-7080