It's everyone's favourite time of year — selecting (or creating) that special artwork for the annual Winter Festival Art Show and Sale! As you can imagine, things will look a little different this year, but we are delighted to continue this annual tradition and showcase the incredible level of artistic production in our community.


Since there is a lot of information to cover, please find below two downloadable documents: an Eligibility and Entry package and an Entry and Artist Contract form. Please read through these carefully, as there are some changes to this year's exhibition regulations, processes and events. You will also find a link to our most current COVID-19 Procedures and how we're working to keep you (and us) safe.

Feel free to contact the Mann Art Gallery if you have any questions or concerns. 

Please bring this form with you when you drop off your artwork

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About our Guest Curator

Heather Benning currently lives and works in rural Saskatchewan. She completed a bachelor of fine arts degree from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2004, and a master of sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. Between her degrees, Benning returned to Saskatchewan, where she completed several large-scale, site-specific installations. She has had numerous solo and group shows throughout Canada and abroad.  Heather’s work has been reviewed in Canadian Art magazine, Sculpture magazine, 

Galleries West, Espace, and Uppercase Magazine, Studio Magazine, The Paris Review, and The Nation Post, etc.  She is predominantly a sculptor that dabbles in multimedia. (

The Mann Art Gallery is located on Treaty 6 Territory, the traditional lands of Cree & Dakota Peoples and the homeland of the Métis Nation

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The Mann Art Gallery gratefully acknowledges funding assistance from Diane & Roger Mann, City of Prince Albert, SK Arts, Saskatchewan Lotteries and SaskCulture Inc., Community Initiatives Fund, Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage, and artsvest - Business/Arts