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A Fond Farewell
As of August 29th, our Director / Curator, Griffith Aaron Baker and Gallery Educator, Twyla Exner will no longer be with the Mann Art Gallery.  Baker has accepted a position as Executive Director of the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie (AGGP) effective September 1st.  The AGGP has recently created a Class 'A' multimillion dollar facility in the Montrose Cultural Center in the rapidly expanding city in North West Alberta.  As two of the three employees of the Mann Art Gallery, responsible for mush of the prosperous growth the gallery has achieved in recent years, it is with great regrets that we bid farewell to Baker and Exner and we wish them well in their future endeavours.

Please bear with us as we find a replacement for the Director / Curator and Gallery Educator positions.  We hope to have both filled before the end of the year.  In the meantime, inquires can still be directed to

Job Posting
Director  / Curator
Under the direction of the policies and procedures of the Mann Art Gallery (MAG) as outlined by the Board of Directors of the organization,  the Director / Curator manages all activities pertaining  to the acquisition, programming, preservation, research, administrative, public affairs, and directorial objectives of the MAG in accordance with the MAG’s constitution and  by-laws.

To download Job Description, Required Qualifications and Salary Range please click HERE.

TO APPLY please send Curriculum Vitae / Resume including at least two reference names and contact information to:

Fax: (306) 763-7838
Mail: The Mann Art Gallery | 142 - 12th Street West | Prince Albert, SK | S6V 3B5

For more information please do not hesitate to contact the gallery by phone at: (306) 763-7080.

11th Annual Reel Rave Film Festival

11th Annual Reel Rave Film Festival
September 5th - 7th, 2014 at the Twin Pines Cinema in Waskesiu, SK

Now entering its 11th year, the Reel Rave Film Festival has been a successful fundraising endeavour for the gallery by providing the community of northern Saskatchewan with a venue that caters to the moviegoer in all of us. As part of the Toronto International Film Festivals Film Circuit (founded in 1989), the organization provides a transformative experience to filmgoers in under-served communities through access to Canadian and international independent films.

For film synopsis', show times, events, sponsors and general details about the 11th Annual Reel Rave Film Festival, Click HERE

New Hours
Due to a shortage in staff the Mann Art Gallery will be closed on Saturday's and Sunday's effective immediately.  We will remain open from 10:00am - 6:00pm Monday - Friday.  If you are coming from out of town on the weekend and would like to see the gallery, please make arrangements ahead of time - we may be able to accommodate.

Day Camps Offered at MAG
The Mann Art Gallery will be offering Imaginative & Inspirational Art Activities for Kids ages 7-12 once again this summer through our iMAGine Arts Education program.  The day camps offer children themes creative experiences that combine, art, craft, storytelling and music. 

Summer Day Camps 2014

For a full listing of the days camps being offered as well as costs and registration information Click HERE.

New Summer Students!
The Mann Art Gallery has hired three summer student positions funded through Young Canada Works, Service Canada - Canada Summer Jobs, the Community Initiatives Fund, and Student Summer Works.

Julie Mills is a former student of both local artists George Glenn and Christina Thoen.  She is currently working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at Emily Carr School of Art.  She will be returning to her role as Assistant Educator and will be heading up our Summer Day Camps this year.

Kayanna Wirtz is just finishing Grade 12 at St. Mary High School and has studied painting and drawing at Christina’s School of Art. She hosted a school break camp in February for the gallery and did a fantastic job.  Last year Kayanna served as our Collections Assistant and will be continuing on as our second Assistant Educator.

Aleyna May Morin is currently working on an education degree at SUNTEP. She has volunteered and worked as an employee with PAVED Arts (Artist-Run Centre) in Saskatoon and is the current Chairperson of Tribe Inc. based out of Saskatoon (A Centre for the Evolving Aboriginal Media, Visual and Performing Arts).  Aleyna brings a wealth of knowledge of new media art, event planning, installation, and aboriginal content experience with her.  Aside from her duties as our Collections Assistant, Aleyna will be providing outreach programming in Prince Albert and Northern Saskatchewan.

2014 Membership Campaign
The Mann Art Gallery announces the commencement of the 2014 Membership Campaign and we hope we can count on your support. We maintain strong dedication towards community pride through our activities that promote understanding and involvement within our diverse society.  We strive to encourage the development of culture in school and at the workplace, and advance an open exchange of ideas and values. With your support we will continue to make the MAG the cultural centre of the region.

For more information on this year's membership, including benefits and membership categories, please Click HERE.

For Membership Forms please Click HERE.

Home Routes Concert Series Announced
The Mann Art Gallery is pleased to announce that we will be carrying on the tradition of the Home Routes 'House' concerts during the 2014 - 15 season with six award winning musicians from across the country as well as the United States.

The concert schedule is currently being drafted by the Home Routes crew and will be available later on in the summer.

Home Routes operates 14 house concert touring circuits across Canada, from YT to PE. House concerts are a North American tradition that developed within the folk-roots milieu to introduce artists to wider audiences. During the 1950’s “folk boom” a significant number of young people began to choose “folk singing” as their profession. With the number of talented performers by far exceeding the number of places to play, house concerts remain a significant part of the music scene.

Home Routes brings small communities professional artists of exceptional talent who would otherwise perform only in theatres, concert halls and folk festivals in urban markets. With almost no physical separation between artist and audience, a house concert is an intimate experience for everyone. Casual, comfortable and unpretentious, house concerts are fun and very often, inspirational events that create lasting memories.

Annual General Meeting
The Mann Art Gallery will be holding our 2015 Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 at 7:00pm in accordance with Saskatchewan's Not For Profit Act (1995). 

2013 Annual Report

Click HERE for Low Resolution (3MB) 2013 Annual Report
Click HERE for High Resolution (37MB) 2013 Annual Report
Click HERE for 2013 Audited Financial Statements

You can find all of our regular meeting minutes as well as policies, by-laws and governance structure from the "Board" section of our website by clicking HERE.

New Sponsor for iMAGine Arts Education Program
It is with great please to announce our new sponsor for the education programs at the Mann Art Gallery.  Local compounding pharmacist Roses Stewart (Owner and Operator of the Victoria Square Compounding Pharmacy) will be sponsoring the bulk of our education program over the 2012-13 years.  As part of the Business for the Arts - ArtsVest granting program, $9,000 will be contributed to the program with an additional $9,000 matching contribution by Mrs. Stewart.  The addition in funds will see a new community satellite space gallery at the Victoria Square Compounding Pharmacy with concentration on youth, senior and community art as well as new initiatives with the Herb Basset Seniors Home. 

Victoria Square Compounding Pharmacy - Roses Stewart

New Facebook Account
Well... we've finally done it.  We've joined onto the social networking phenomenon.  One of our staff members is happy because she has been granted licence to Facebook at work.  Follow us with up to date announcements, pictures, and events!

The Mann Art Gallery is on Facebook!Click HERE to go directly to our page!

Artist Receptions
The MAG hosts receptions for exhibiting artists whenever possible. Events such as these allow visitors to meet artists and learn more about their work. The artists give a brief talk about their art practice and answer questions from those present. The gallery provides free refreshments. Artist Receptions last about 2 hours, but it is not necessary to stay the whole time. There is no dress code and everyone is invited to attend. Children are also welcome to come with their families.  The next reception will take place in June / July for the Myles MacDonald and George Glenn exhibition The Watchmen. Exact dates to be announced. For more information on our current exhibitions click HERE.

Call for Proposals
The MAG will be having two annual general calls for submissions for solo and curated exhibitions taking place on October 15th and April 15th.  The next submission deadline is October 15th, 2014.  We are currently programming the 2016-17 years.  Click HERE for more information!



Joe Farard Bronze Wolf Sculpture at the Mann Art Gallery

The John & Olive Diefenbaker Theatre


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