Installation view of Fire and Fibre, December 1, 2021 - January 23, 2022
Located in the historic Prince Albert Arts Centre, the John V. Hicks Gallery is managed and supported by the Prince Albert Arts Centre, the Prince Albert Council for the Arts and the Mann Art Gallery. The Hicks Gallery presents a diverse schedule of exhibitions by regional artists, guilds, and organizations, as well as touring exhibitions programmed through the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils. As the Hicks Gallery is the former location of the Mann Art Gallery, we are pleased to continue nurturing and developing the appreciation of excellent local and provincial art. Thanks to the support of the City of Prince Albert, SaskCulture, and Sask Lotteries.
To present a diverse schedule of exhibitions by Prince Albert-based artists, guilds, and collectives, as well as touring exhibitions through the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils.
Please note that only Mann-programmed exhibitions are listed
Arts Centre Hours (Sept 7, 2022 - May 23, 2023)
Sunday — CLOSED
Closed on statutory holidays unless otherwise posted
Please note that only the most current Mann-programmed exhibition is listed. This may be different than the exhibition currently on display. For the most-up-to-date info, visit our Facebook page.
The Healing Journey
Artists from S.H.A.R.E., Acquired Brain Injury, and The Nest
May 2 – 25, 2022
Reception: Friday, May 2 @ 3PM (at the Hicks Gallery)
Call for Submissions
Deadline: none, continuous throughout the year
The Hicks Gallery has one exhibition space and provides some professional technical services for the selected projects. Ten exhibitions are programmed annually, most for three-week runs. Artists are responsible for transporting their work to and from the gallery and must ensure the work is ready for presentation (e.g.: framed; outfitted with hanging hardware, etc.)
Solicited and unsolicited exhibition proposals are assessed and recommended for program inclusion by the Mann Art Gallery and the Prince Albert Council for the Arts. The John V. Hicks Gallery typically programs 1 - 2 years in advance.
Maria Hirsi: 11 Main Street, 2020, installation shot
We encourage digital proposals that follow similar guidelines as for the Mann Art Gallery: digital proposals as a single PDF document via email with the subject heading: “Hicks Proposal:” email@example.com. The PDF should not exceed 10MB, and includes the following:
Project Description including installation requirements (max 500 words)
Artist or Curatorial statement (max 500 words)
Curriculum Vitae, name + complete contact information
Up to 20 images of proposed or current work
Video or Audio work as links (for audio and time-based proposals)
Image list (including title, medium, date, and size)
Proposals may be submitted via email to:
Mann Art Gallery
142 - 12th Street West
Prince Albert, SK S6V 3B5