News and Events
Job Opportunities -
The Mann Art Gallery is looking
to hire one Collections Assistant and two Assistant Educators this
summer. Applicants must be students who have completed at least one
year of post-secondary school and who will be returning to school in the
for the Collections Assistant job description and application details.
for the Assistant Educator job description and application details.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS -
John V. Hicks Gallery
We are pleased to announce that
the Mann Art Gallery has recently entered into a partnership with the
Prince Albert Council for the Arts to program exhibitions at the John V.
Hicks Gallery (located at the Prince Albert Arts Centre; 1010 Central
Avenue). The MAG and the Arts Council have shared a long and vibrant
history in the Arts Centre, and both parties are committed to working
together for the betterment of arts and culture in Prince Albert.
The Hicks Gallery shows
exhibitions of work by local artists, as well as touring shows through
OSAC (Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils). Local artists,
guilds, and collectives are invited to submit a proposal for a show at
the John V. Hicks Gallery for the years 2017 - 2018. Click
HERE for more
information and requirements. Should
you have any questions about the application, please
do not hesitate to contact Jesse Campbell at 306-763-7080 or
The deadline for submissions is June 30th,
Children's Art Camps -
The Mann Art Gallery is pleased to offer six
week-long art camps for children ages 7 - 12. Camps run in July and
August. See the Programs page for further details.
Mindy Yan Miller
In FEED, Yan Miller takes a
familiar form and replaces one material for another. The hay bale: a
method of conserving and maximizing crop production, is reimagined as a
way of conserving and maximizing the (over) production of clothes.
Detail from FEED, used
clothing and bale netting, 60 x 60 x 60".
Photo credit: Emily Kohlert
April 15 - May 28, 2016
Reception: April 15, 7:00 PM
Mindy Yan Miller is motivated as much by social relations as aesthetics.
Her art is rooted in fibre traditions. She frequently uses masses of
potent materials to produce large-scale installations. Materials like
human hair, animal hides, coke cans and used clothes. Her installations
address themes of labour, identity, loss, and commodification. Since
graduating from NSCAD University with a MFA in 1990, Mindy Yan Miller
has exhibited across Canada, Europe and United States.
5th Annual High School Juried Art Show
K. Roy-Chovin, detail from Five Frogs, clay, 2016.
April 15 - May 21, 2016
Reception: April 15, 7:00 PM
imagination, talents and hard work of the City’s youth are celebrated
through this exhibition that represents schools from Prince Albert and
surrounding area. Creative expression allows individuals of all ages to
interpret the world around them and to express their concerns, dreams
and nightmares. The diversity of work featured in this exhibit
exemplifies the notion that inspiration comes in many forms and that art
and art making allows us to share our unique experiences with others.
Life Drawing Sessions
Resumes on April 16th!
Facilitated by Emma Anderson (BFA)
Emma Jean Anderson, Untitled Sketch
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
April 16th - June 25th
Please note there will be NO life drawing on May 21st and June 18th.
Pre-registration is not required. Open to all skill
levels. Experimentation is encouraged.
Model for us and receive free drawing sessions credits.
Rates: $10.00/session; $5.00/session
for students and underemployed
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