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Parliament, the Pantry Table (with Chardin),
2016, acrylic on wood, 92 x 100 cm
- September 7, 2016
See the Exhibitions page for more information.
NEW: Painting Workshop with Grant McConnell
Saturday Sept. 10th
Join Grant McConnell for a one-day intensive
workshop. Exercises and discussions will focus on challenging
participants to further explore their own individual styles.
Participants will bring their own painting supplies and materials.
Registration is limited to 11 participants.
Grant McConnell is a Saskatoon-based artist and educator. He is known
primarily for his acrylic on wood painting derived from an ongoing
investigation of subject matter related to Canadian historical themes.
Mixed media is an increasingly significant part of his practice, as is
three-dimensional work. He is a past President and National Spokesperson
of the National Board of CARFAC, with artworks in numerous collections
Date: Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Cost: $85 MAG Members; $100 for non-members
at the Mann Art Gallery, Prince Albert, SK
Call 306-763-7080 or contact
Northern Indigenous Media Arts Project
Media Art Project
Light Painting (with glowstick),
Northern Indigenous Media Art Project, 2016, digital photo
In partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Artist Collective, the Mann
Art Gallery is pleased to once again run the Northern Indigenous Media
Arts Project (NIMAP). In a series of workshops in Northern SK, NIMAP
provides opportunities for Aboriginal youth to freely access media
equipment and explore oral storytelling, photo-voice, photo-essay, and
videography. Participants are introduced to the different media tools
and valuable technical lessons in traditional photography, digital
photography, Polaroid photos, Apache Open Office, iMovie, iPhoto,
PowerPoint, Microsoft Video, Final Cut, and more.
An exhibition at the Mann Art Gallery of participants’ work will open on
August 25th at 7:00 PM!
NIMAP is possible thanks to the
generous support of:
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
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
For Membership Forms please click
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
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