First Fridays: Licensed To Draw & Licensed To Watercolour
Our wildly popular First Friday series offers two art options: regular fave Licensed To Draw (and Paint) and the hot ticket item, Licensed To Watercolour. Held on the first Friday of the month, these are a great nights out to socialize and brush up on your life drawing and watercolour skills. Licensed to Draw (and Paint) These drop-in life drawing and painting workshops featuring “adult libations,” a prime spot in front of a life (nude) model and the opportunity to unwind
An Artist Is Born, Kind Of
by Gathie Falk with Robin Laurence
There was a time, long ago, when I thought I would like nothing more than to be a street-corner musician. What I became, and have been for many years, is an artist. Not a singer, not a pianist, not a violinist, but a visual artist.
In this issue we bring together some inspiring voices that defy political boundaries—diverse, but united with a deep and shining love for their roots. We bring forward some of our most pressing questions and concerns from our perspective as a pair of Inuuk from the diaspora.
SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut
Curated by Heather Igloliorte
16 February to 20 May 2019
SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut is the first major exhibition on the art of the Labrador Inuit. SakKijâjuk — meaning “to be visible” in the Nunatsiavut dialect of Inuktitut — provides an opportunity for visitors, collectors, art historians, and art aficionados from the South and the North to come into intimate contact with the distinctive, innovative and always breath-taking work of the contemporary Inuit artists and craftspeople of Nunatsiavut.
New exhibition on world-renowned, Saskatchewan born artist Agnes Martin
January 25, 2019 at 8:30am
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is pleased to be bringing the work of internationally recognized artist Agnes Martin to her home province of Saskatchewan with the opening of its new exhibition, Agnes Martin: The mind knows what the eye has not seen.