MacKenzie Art Gallery jobs
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a public art museum located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It was founded in 1953 and named after Norman MacKenzie, a prominent businessman and art collector who donated his extensive collection of Canadian and European art to the University of Regina.
The gallery's permanent collection features over 4,500 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media installations. It includes a broad range of contemporary and historical Canadian and international art, as well as Indigenous art from the Plains, Woodlands, and Inuit regions. The collection also includes works by notable Canadian artists such as Lawren Harris, Emily Carr, and Tom Thomson.