|Address||Mackenzie Art Gallery|
3475 Albert Street
Regina, NULL S4S 6X6
|Description||The MacKenzie Art Gallery (MAG) is Saskatchewan’s oldest public art gallery. The MacKenzie serves a senior leadership role as the only provincial organization with the mandate and facilities to address an encyclopedic range of visual art and culture. Purpose-built and maintained to Class A Museum standards, the MAG permanent collection spans 5,000 years of art with nearly 5,000 works. In 1936, the seeds of the MacKenzie Art Gallery were planted with a bequeathal by Regina private collector Norman MacKenzie, who believed art should be accessible to all.|
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