The MacKenzie Art Gallery's roots run deep in Regina. From its ambitious beginnings over 60 years ago at what is now the University of Regina, the MacKenzie evolved into an independent public, not-for-profit gallery in 1990. Reflecting the industrious spirit of Norman MacKenzie, the community raised the funds to create the stunning, state-of-the-art professional space the Gallery now calls home in the T.C. Douglas Building in the heart of Wascana Park. Today the MacKenzie is Saskatchewan's largest public art gallery and one of Canada's most beautiful. The MacKenzie features world-class exhibitions and public programs. We do more than just exhibit art, we are a hub of artistic, cultural and social energy in Saskatchewan.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery Shop features a wide selection of unique handmade items by local, national and international artisans as well as contemporary home décor and gift ware. All purchases made at the Gallery Shop support the MacKenzie's exhibitions and public programs.
HOLIDAY BAZAART 2016
UNIQUE GIFTS BY CANADIAN ARTISANS
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Members' Only Shopping Hour | 9 - 10 am
Open to the Public | 10 am - 5 pm
Admission | $5 (free for children 12 and under)
Find the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list at Holiday Baazart 2017! With hundreds of gifts to choose from, by over 50 Canadian artisans, you can feel good about shopping locally. Your admission directly supports the MacKenzie's renowned exhibitions and innovative public programs!
44TH ANNUAL BAZAART
Saturday, June 17, 2017
Admission $5 (free for children 12 and under)
SHOWING LOCALLY GROWN ARTISANS SINCE 1973
Bazaart is Saskatchewan's largest outdoor art and craft show & sale, showcasing handmade creations by Canadian artists and artisans. Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Bazaart is one of the Gallery's biggest annual fundraisers, attracting nearly 6,000 attendees each year in support of the MacKenzie's renowned exhibitions and public programs.
Shop locally for one-of-a-kind creations from over 150 artisans, enjoy delicious food prepared by locally-owned businesses, and take in FREE tours of our summer exhibitions.