Exhibition images of Main Gallery and Project Space (2019-2020)

About Our Programs

The Mann Art Gallery presents a diverse program of exhibitions, lectures, screenings, educational programs and special projects that support its mission to nurture publics that engage with the visual cultures of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada and the world. Proposals for exhibitions, special projects and events are accepted on an ongoing basis. We provide installation assistance, promotion, documentation, and professional compensation for artists in accordance with CARFAC recommendations. The Mann Art Gallery also has a well-developed and dynamic educational program that serves schools, community groups and Indigenous communities. Artists and curators are encouraged to consider the public outreach and educational prospects of their proposals.

Submission Guidelines

The Mann Art Gallery accepts digital proposals as a single PDF document via email with the subject heading: “Mann Proposal" The PDF should not exceed 10MB. Digital or physical submissions in any other format will not be accepted.

 

  • Project Description including installation requirements (max 500 words)

  • Artist or Curatorial statement max 500 words)

  • Curriculum Vitae, name + complete contact information

  • 10 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)

All proposals can be sent to the Director/Curator email: curator@mannartgallery.ca.

Our Space

The Mann Art Gallery has two main exhibition spaces:

 

Main Gallery

1867 square feet | 161 Running Feet 

Ceiling Height: 240" at highest point

Ceiling Style: Gable

Wall Height: 144" 

Height to Track Lighting: 12’

Project Space

620 square feet | 29 Running Feet 

Ceiling Height: 144" at highest point

Ceiling Style: Salt Box

Height to Track Lighting: 

Two Rows of Lighting at 11' and 13'

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
Beth Hone: Forms and Folds, Main Gallery installation shot