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MACKENZIE ART GALLERY ANNUAL REPORT 2013/14


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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & CEO’S MESSAGE YEAR IN REVIEW EXHIBITIONS & PUBLICATIONS EDUCATION & PUBLIC PROGRAMS PERMANENT COLLECTION ACQUISITIONS MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS COMMUNITY SUPPORT BOARD & STAFF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

CORE FUNDING PROVIDED BY:

Gathie Falk, Dress with Crossed Ankles, 1998, papier-maché, acrylic paint, varnish, 91.4 x 55.9 x 50.8 cm. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and with funds from the James Kurtz Memorial Foundation. Photo: Trevor Hopkin.

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Message from the President It has been an honour to serve as President of the MacKenzie Art Gallery Board of Trustees over the past year. With the 60th anniversary of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the 50th anniversary of the MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers, and the 40th anniversary of Bazaart, there was much to celebrate in 2013/14! Last year more than 85,000 people experienced a robust year of programming at the MacKenzie. Our major anniversary exhibition, How We Filled the Vault: 60 Years of Collecting, was the largest display of the Permanent Collection since 1990, featuring over 250 works from a collection of more than 4,500. In September, more than 500 guests attended the opening of 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporated, a critically acclaimed exhibition now in the midst of a national tour with stops at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Kelowna Art Gallery, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg, ON). From Saskatchewan artist Amalie Atkins, to Iranian-American artist Shirin Neshat, the MacKenzie once again offered a full year of engaging public programs including a collaboration with the 101st Grey Cup Festival Committee which featured the work of Regina artist Belinda Kriek. Of course, none of our successful exhibitions, public programs or collaborations would be possible without our dedicated volunteers. I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation for 50 years of generosity and support from our MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers. The contributions made by the Volunteers, both past and present, have provided the strong foundation upon which the MacKenzie has been built, while entrusting us with a legacy which we can all proudly enjoy, with the understanding that we must continue with the same hard work and dedication if we are to remain a sustainable and impactful arts institution. The close of 2013/14 marked a new chapter in the history of the MacKenzie Art Gallery as we bid farewell to Jeremy Morgan after more than two years as Executive Director. Jeremy was instrumental in leading the development and implementation of a five-year strategic plan which sets the course for the Gallery’s continued sustainability and success. We wish Jeremy the best of luck in his future endeavours! More recently, in May 2014 the Board of Trustees welcomed Anthony Kiendl as the Gallery’s new Executive Director & CEO. An award-winning curator, writer, and educator, Anthony brings over 15-years of leadership experience in arts institutions and is respected for his expertise in creating strategic partnerships and leading transformational change. As we look toward the future, we anticipate many exciting exhibitions and collaborations with other organizations. Anthony’s leadership, ambition and creativity combined with the ongoing support and commitment of MacKenzie volunteers, members, donors, sponsors, and public funders will undoubtedly provide us with an exciting and promising future for the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Thank you.

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Josh MacFadden President, Board of Trustees


Message from the Executive Director & CEO While I was not present at the MacKenzie Art Gallery during the 2013/14 fiscal year, I have been in communication with the Board of Trustees, the President and my predecessor, Jeremy Morgan, for the months prior to my arrival. During two and a half years as Executive Director, Jeremy facilitated positive organizational changes in governance, policy and finance, among other accomplishments. I was pleased to communicate with him closely over the past half-year in preparing to arrive at the MacKenzie, and have found here a dynamic and professional institution with an outstanding history. The MacKenzie is cherished by the community, and it is a great honour and privilege for me to serve as its Executive Director & CEO. Principal among the many accomplishments of the Gallery, was the ongoing implementation of the Strategic Plan. The Plan’s outcomes remain our ongoing goals:

• People are engaged with the MacKenzie for a life-time; • The MacKenzie is a major hub of artistic energy for the University of Regina, the City of Regina and the Province of Saskatchewan.;

• The MacKenzie supports and contributes to the development of healthy, equitable communities; and • The MacKenzie is a model of organizational sustainability. Among these goals, the MacKenzie achieved numerous positive results over the past year. Exhibitions included the groundbreaking 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., curated by Michelle LaVallee, which is currently touring nationally. Other exhibitions included the compelling Shirin Neshat: Soliloquy, and the enchanting Amalie Atkins: we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical, curated by Timothy Long. Our education team, led by Nicolle Nugent and Ken Duczek, organized numerous programs including the Provincial Outreach Program and Creative Spaces, a pilot program for residents of long-term care homes, as well as 536 school tours which brought more than 7,300 student visitors to the Gallery. I would like to thank all the volunteers, members, donors, and sponsors of the Gallery. It is thanks to our supporters that we are able to exist. To our many partners, we are also grateful, and appreciate your enthusiasm and support. I would also like to thank our principle funders: Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of Saskatchewan, the City of Regina, and the University of Regina. It has never been a more exciting time to visit an art Gallery. Looking forward to the coming year, we will undertake planning and preparations for significant organizational transformations. We must increase and diversify our audiences, and in order to do this we must increase and diversify our revenues. I invite your participation in this transformation, and thank you for your interest and support for the past year, and the year to come.

Anthony Kiendl Executive Director & CEO

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YEAR IN REVIEW 2013/14

Attendance

Community & Public Tours

In-House

67,651

Tours and Programs

Out-of-House

17,868

Attendance 3,494

Total 85,519

213

Exhibition Openings

Attendance Highlights

Number of Openings

8

Special Events

9,683

Attendance 1,378

Facility Rentals

14,372

Fund Development Highlights

School and Youth Program

Cash and in-kind contributions from

Workshops 26 School Tours

333

55 organizations

$155,731

Cash and in-kind contributions from

Attendance 5,383

397 individuals

$129,341

Net result of 3 fundraisers

Urban Outreach Program

Gallery Membership

$18,875

Tours 1

Gallery Shop Net Proceeds

$26,225

Workshops / After school programs

147

Attendance 2,305

Members

Gallery Members

Provincial Outreach

Life Members

Communities Visited

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Tours 197 Attendance 4,749

Total Members

$124,396

689 534 1,398

Volunteers Volunteers 110

Virtual Tours

Hours Contributed by Volunteers

Tours 16

Schools visited by the MacKenzie Gallery

Attendance 318

Volunteers’ Travelling Art Program Travelling Art Program Attendance

Creative Spaces Programs Workshops 60 Attendance 721

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4,435 27 4,050


Gala 2013 A Mid Autumn Night’s Dream Photos: Scott Goodwill

2013 Gala Art Auction: A Mid-Autumn Night’s Dream On Friday October 25, 2013 the MacKenzie Art Gallery partnered with the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame to host the annual Gala Art Auction, A Mid Autumn Night’s Dream, to raise muchneeded funds for each organization. For one night only the grand T.C. Douglas Building Lobby at the MacKenzie Art Gallery was transformed into an enchanted forest with trees lit by hundreds of twinkle lights. Nearly 400 guests took a step back in time to ancient Greece, where the artistic expression of sculptors, poets, and artisans was celebrated alongside the athletic events of the Olympic Games.

As always, the evening featured delicious food and drink, raffle prizes, a silent auction, and a live art auction. The Live Auction is always the highlight of the event, featuring works generously donated by a wide range of talented Canadian artists. Guests had the chance to bid against 350 other art and sport lovers in attendance in order to add to their own personal art collections. The evening raised over $70,000 in support of Regina’s vibrant arts, culture, and sports community.

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EXHIBITIONS

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PUBLICATIONS

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7: Professional Native Indian Artist Incorporated In September 2013, the MacKenzie Art Gallery mounted the first comprehensive, full-scale exhibition of one of Canada’s most prolific and influential artist’s groups: the Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporated (PNIAI). 7: PNIAI brought together 120 works from 31 collections by Jackson Beardy (1944–1984), Eddy Cobiness (1933–1996), Alex Janvier (b. 1935), Norval Morrisseau (1932–2007), Daphne Odjig (b. 1919), Carl Ray (1942–1978) and Joseph Sanchez (b. 1948), including a number of recently uncovered masterworks of the period that had not been displayed for some time. The opening of this exhibition was met with an enthusiastic response with a reception attended by over 500 guests from the local, academic, and Indigenous communities; including Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Saskatchewan Federation of Indian Nations and members of the late artist Jackson Beardy’s family. Two of the three living artists, Alex Janvier and Joseph Sanchez, were in attendance for this event and participated in a panel discussion with Associate Curator Michelle LaVallee that captivated an audience of over 250 people. The exhibition drew more than 27,000 visitors between September 20, 2013 and January 12, 2014. Hundreds of individuals and families also participated in educational and community programming offered in conjunction with 7: PNIAI, including recurring family tours, school and public tours, and outreach programs, as well as special events such as film screenings. An accompanying catalogue, featuring contributions by distinguished scholars Barry Ace, Viviane Gray, Tom Hill, Michelle LaVallee, Lee-Ann Martin, Cathy Mattes, Carmen Robertson, and Joseph Sanchez, was released in May 2014 and is the MacKenzie’s largest publication to date at 360-pages. A highly celebrated exhibition, 7: PNIAI continues to receive national attention with a tour to the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Kelowna Art Gallery, McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg, ON), Art Gallery of Windsor and Art Gallery of Alberta.


Photo: Cydney Toth 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

7:PNIAI installation view Photo: Trevor9 Hopkin


Exhibitions Organized by the MacKenzie

of the province-wide Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival.

All exhibitions organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery are supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the City of Regina, and the University of Regina.

Canadiana January 25, 2014 to June 15, 2014 A permanent collection exhibition organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery and presented as part of the province-wide Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival.

MacKenzie’s Greatest Hits: The Juno Tour of Canadian Art April 13, 2013 to November 24, 2013 A partnership between the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and the JUNO Awards.

Amalie Atkins: we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical February 1, 2014 to June 15, 2014 Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery in partnership with the Southern Alberta Art Gallery.

How We Filled the Vault: 60 Years of Collecting at the MacKenzie Art Gallery April 27, 2013 to September 1, 2013 Wakeling Gallery: April 27 to Aug 18, 2013 Kenderdine Gallery: May 11 to Sept 1, 2013 A permanent collection exhibition organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

Hosted Exhibitions

Drawing Our Communities Together August 31, 2013 to January 5, 2014 Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery with support from the Community Initiatives Fund. Big Clay September 7, 2013 to February 23, 2014 A permanent collection exhibition organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery. 7: The Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. September 21, 2013 to January 12, 2014 Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery. This project has been made possible through a contribution from the Museums Assistance Program, Department of Canadian Heritage. Spectate: Belinda Kriek October 26, 2013 to December 1, 2013 Presented in partnership by the 101st Grey Cup Festival Committee and the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Edition Addition December 14, 2013 to February 23, 2014 A permanent collection exhibition organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Barbara Steinman: The Giants’ Dance January 25, 2014 to May 4, 2014 A permanent collection exhibition organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery and presented as part

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Dimensions 2013 May 4, 2013 to August 25, 2013 Organized and sponsored by the Saskatchewan Craft Council with funding assistance from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. Shirin Neshat: Soliloquy December 14, 2013 to April 27, 2014 Organized and circulated by the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, as part of the Momentum series. The Momentum series, a touring project from the Collection of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, has been made possible with the support of the Canadian Heritage Museums Assistance Program

University of Regina Faculty and Student Exhibitions Exhibitions produced in partnership between the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Regina. Rowan Patel: Cynefin September 21, 2013 to September 29, 2013 Keith Bird: Stories from the Spirit Tree October 12, 2013 to October 20, 2013

Art X: University of Regina Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition March 8, 2014 to April 6, 2014

MacKenzie Touring Exhibitions – Provincial Outreach Each year, a MacKenzie Educator takes exhibitions from the Permanent Collection on tour to schools, community centres, and local galleries across the province. Demanding a Response: Contemporary Aboriginal Art History in Saskatchewan February 2012 to March 2014 The Tourist January 2013 to December 2014

MacKenzie Touring Exhibitions – National Outreach Tactile Desires: The Work of Jack Sures Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Tom Thomson Art Gallery. This project has been made possible in part through a contribution from the Museums Assistance Program, Department of Canadian Heritage and with the generous support of Mr. Donald Kramer and Mrs. Claire Kramer. Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba May 30 to July 27, 2013 Confederation Centre Art Gallery October 5, 2013 to January 5, 2014

Provincial Outreach 18 Saskatchewan Communities

Arcola Assiniboia Bienfait Central Butte Churchbridge Coronach

Esterhazy Fort Qu’Appelle Gravelbourg Lemberg Moosomin Radville

Raymore Rocanville Shaunavon Southey Vibank Weyburn

Andrea Kowalchuk: Fiduciary Disorder November 2, 2013 to November 11, 2013

Publications

Ned Bartlett: Imagined Provenance: The Cabinet of Richard J. Pennington November 23, 2013 to December 1, 2013

Double or Nothing: Problems of Presence in Contemporary Art Exhibition Catalogue for the exhibitions My Evil Twin and After Presence. Author: Timothy Long


Installation images of Amalie Atkins: we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical Photos: Cydney Toth and Trevor Hopkin (right)

The MacKenzie: International and Local Artists The MacKenzie Art Gallery kicked off 2014 with a range of both international and local artists, including Iranian-American artist, Shirin Neshat and Saskatchewan artist, Amalie Atkins. The MacKenzie presented the dual projection video installation, Soliloquy by Shirin Neshat. This exhibition, borrowed from Musee d’art cotemporain de Montreal, is an example of the MacKenzie Art Gallery’s commitment to make the work of leading international artists available to Regina audiences. Soliloquy (1999) questions the boundaries of gender, nationality, ethnicity, and culture. The viewer follows a veiled Neshat as she wanders the streets of a vacant modernist cityscape (filmed in Albany, New York) on one screen. On the other, Neshat navigates the alleys and courtyards of a traditional Eastern cityscape (filmed in Mardin, Turkey). The images on the opposing screens set in motion a meditation on the contrasts between Western and Eastern worlds; contemporary and traditional identities, exilic and indigenous experiences. The dualities are provisionally reconciled at the end of the video through a blending of choral music and chanted prayer.

Neshat’s work was complemented by Saskatchewan filmmaker and video installation artist, Amalie Atkins. Set against the luminous landscapes of south and central Saskatchewan, her stories linger in the memory like half-remembered fairy tales. Selected by Canadian Art as one of “10 Shows We’re Looking Forward to in 2014,” this exhibition marked the first major solo presentation for the Saskatoon artist. Atkins’ cinematic gifts have been recognized in exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Oh, Canada, a landmark survey of Canadian art at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in 2012. We live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical highlights the expansion of filmmaking practice into installation by featuring four felt pavilions housing a quartet of projections. Mysterious spinning twins, riverside braid harvesters, and bicycle riding wolves are among her imaginative cast of characters. According to Atkins, her stories combine “memory, family stories, personal history, things I hear in the news, strange happenings, dreams, childhood.” The results are unforgettable sagas of grief, joy and transformation.

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A renewed focus has been placed on the importance of art in health, and the positive impact it has on the wellness of individuals and the community. With growing interest from both the arts and health fields, there has never been a more opportune time to develop programs that meet these needs.

Public Programs

EDUCATION

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Creative Spaces

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Creative Spaces, a program developed by the MacKenzie Art Gallery, provides residents of long-term care facilities and members of health support groups, the opportunity to express themselves through art. Activities are structured using an “Open Studio” model, allowing the participants to define the activities based on their individual interests and capabilities. In a judgement-free environment, participants are encouraged to find their own unique mark-making process, while focusing on the physical skills available to them. Initial findings were overwhelmingly positive, so much so that the demand to bring the program to other organizations grew beyond the initital scope of the pilot project. Having witnessed the impact of the activities on the participants and the potential for expanding within the community, the Gallery allocated additional resources to continue this ground-breaking work. This initiative has reinforced the profound effect the creative process has on improving people’s lives, and the importance of supporting the unique artistic voice in everyone. The power of art plays a vital role in enriching people’s lives and offering a universal means of communication. Having long offered programs that reach beyond its doors, the Creative Spaces Pilot Program connected with an underserved population, and allowed the Gallery to gain valuable insight into how to further meet the needs of our communities.


image credit

Photo: Tessa Piapot-Christopher

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Film Screenings November 16: The Paradox of Norval Morrisseau and The Colours of Pride. Contextual presentation by Dr. Carmen Robertson. February 2: Storytelling Sunday—Animated Short Film Screening: Bococo, 2013 February 9: Storytelling Sunday—Animated Short Film Screening: Pig Box, 2013 February 16: Storytelling Sunday—Animated Short Film Screening: The Ostrich, 2010 February 23: Storytelling Sunday—Animated Short Film Screening: Mirage, 2013

Community Programs and Interdisciplinary Presentations April 27: The Juno Tour of Canadian Art: Members’ Preview Event May 16: MacKenzie 60 Years Celebration: Opening Reception, Screening, and Birthday Extravaganza June 9: Kite Making Workshop Presented in partnership with the Swift Current Windscape Kite Festival. June 14: Dimensions: Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception June 22: Draw by Night with Myron Campbell Presented in partnership with the GDC South Saskatchewan Chapter. June 23: Multiculturalism Day Celebration Featuring a workshop with artist Sharon Pelletier and performances by the Caribe Steel Orchestra, Clarke’s Clan of Highland Dance, and Bhangra dance. Presented in partnership with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan. August 10 and 11: Regina Folk Festival Hands-on activities exploring the work of the Professional Indian Artists Incorporated, led by artist Katherine Boyer.

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August 17: Symphony under the Sky with the Regina Symphony Orchestra Hands-on visual art activities for festival goers, responding to the RSO musical program. August 25: Summer Invasion Festival goers created collaborative skateboard cityscapes. September 20: 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.: Exhibition Opening Reception and Honour Ceremony Performance by Byron Beardy, Jackson Beardy III, and family. September 29: MacKenzie Open House Presented as part of the national Culture Days program, including exhibition tours of Drawing Our Communities Together and 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., behind-the-scenes tours of the MacKenzie vault, basement, and administration areas, artist workshop presented by Katherine Boyer, and book launch for The Vaults: Art from the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the University of Regina Collections.

March 6: Vertigo writing workshop led by artist Lillian Allen Presented in partnership with Vertigo Series. March 6: Thursday Night Live, Vertigo Series Performance by dub poet, musician, writer and Juno award winner, Lillian Allen. Presented in partnership with Vertigo Series. March 8: International Women’s Day Presented in partnership with the Multiculturalism Council of Saskatchewan, Regina Immigrant Women’s Centre, Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission and other community groups. Viewing of the exhibition Shirin Neshat: Soliloquy, followed by conversation responding to the artist’s work on personal and community levels, and bus tour to the Albert Street Bridge to mark International Women’s Day.

October 19: Life drawing session with the Regina Artist Trading Card Collective

March 13: Thursday Night Live, Where the Thunderbird Lives Created by SkukumSound System and Curtain Razors and presented in partnership with the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Performance featuring Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Cstekwe Fortier, Dean Hunt, and Michele Sereda.

October 20: Writing workshop presented by Vertigo Series Featuring writer Susan Andrews Grace. Presented in partnership with Vertigo Series.

Panel Discussion, Lectures and Symposia

November 1: Belinda Kriek: Spectate: Opening Celebration Presented in partnership with the 101st Grey Cup Festival Committee. November 21: Thursday Night Live, Vertigo Series Performances by spoken word artist Magpie Ulysses and musician James Lamb. Presented in partnership with Vertigo Series. December 6 and 7: Mourning Mavka Performance by Nadine Sures. December 8: Holiday Celebration February 1: Amalie Atkins: Artist Walkthrough February 2: Preschool Fine Arts Cooperative Student Opening in The Living Room

April 2: The Double and David Cronenberg: U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series. Presentation by Dr. Christine Ramsay. Sept 21: 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.: Artist and Curator Conversation Featuring Joseph Sanchez and Alex Janvier, moderated by Michelle LaVallee. October 30: Imaginary Spaces of Conciliation and Reconciliation: Art, Curation and Healing: U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series Presentation by David Garneau. November 7: Madonna and Child: As Seen by Art History and Jungian Psychology Presentations by art historian Dr. Francesco Freddolini and Jungian scholar Mae Stolte, moderated by Anne Campbell.


Schools, Youth and Family Interpretive Tours

Amalie Atkins: we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical

The Synthetic Age: Fine Arts Faculty at the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada How We Filled the Vault: 60 Years of Collecting at the MacKenzie Art Gallery 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. Drawing our Communities Together

7: PNIAI Opening Reception Photos: Cydney Toth

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PERMANENT

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New Acquisitions to the MacKenzie Collection KC Adams The MacKenzie Art Gallery is committed to building an in-depth collection of work by contemporary Canadian artists, with a special focus on works by Indigenous artists. In November 2013, the MacKenzie acquired several artworks by KC Adams, an artist of MÊtis heritage currently living in Winnipeg, Manitoba, including Cyborg Hybrid KC, Cyborg Hybrid Niki, Power Peyote Stitch, and iPad is Cree Floral. Adam’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, including iPad is Cree Floral which is touring in the Vancouver Art Gallery organized and nationally touring exhibition, Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture. Here, an iPad case and the electrical cord from a MacBook Pro are re-envisioned by Adams and decorated with designs inspired by traditional beaded leatherwork. More specifically, iPad is Cree Floral features floral designs from the Plains Cree.

Gifts from June Whitney A generous donation from June Whitney was made to the Gallery this year. The gift included work by Jimmy Inaarulik Kadyulik, Janet Kigusiuq and Henry Quallialu Quissa. This significant contribution enables the Gallery to present a deeper look into Inuit artistic practices, and build on the work we have done through other Inuit Collections donated to the Gallery. Furthermore, this work will help inform a representative collection of Inuit art from various regions of Canada, including northern Quebec.

Opposite: KC Adams, Cyborg Hybrid Niki (visual artist, performance artist & videographer), 2006, digital print, edition 2 of 10, 50.8 x 35.6 cm. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program.


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Purchases KC Adams Canadian, born 1971 Cyborg Hybrid KC (visual artist), 2005 digital print, edition 5 of 10 50.8 x 35.6 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Cyborg Hybrid Niki (visual artist, performance artist & videographer), 2006 digital print, edition 2 of 10 50.8 x 35.6 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program iPad Is Cree Floral, 2011 beaded iPad holder 24.5 x 19.5 x 1 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Power Peyote Stitch, 2011 Beaded MacBook Pro electrical cord dimensions variable MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Rebecca Belmore Canadian, born 1960 Fringe, 2013 digital print, edition 4 of 7 61 x 182.9 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Michael Belmore Canadian, born 1971 Smoulder, 2010–2011 carved stone, gilded copper 96 x 103 x 13 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program

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Shary Boyle Canadian, born 1972 Fixture 7, 2003 gouache on paper on card 22.3 x 17.5 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Fixture 8, 2003 gouache on paper on card 19.8 x 14.8 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Fixture 9, 2003 gouache on paper on card 20.5 x 15.3 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Handflatterer (Bat 4), 2008 porcelain on fabric 7.3 x 13.7 x 3.8 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Michael Hosaluk Canadian, born 1954 Tables, 2009 maple, acrylic paint, gel table 1: 67.5 x 71 x 38 cm table 2: 62.2 x 65 x 42 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Wendy Peart Canadian, born 1968 From Inside the Black Glass House: Crow and I, 2012 charcoal, graphite and photocopy transfer, glass, stainless steel, charred wooden spoons 194.5 x 85 x 16 cm (installed) MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program

From Inside the Black Glass House: Fly and I, 2012 charcoal, graphite and photocopy transfer, glass, stainless steel, charred wood, steel on paper 194.5 x 85 x 16 cm (installed) MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program From Inside the Black Glass House: Wasp and I, 2012 charcoal, graphite and photocopy transfer, glass, stainless steel, burnt paper 194.5 x 85 x 16 cm (installed) MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Jon Sasaki Canadian, born 1973 Hang in There, 2012 HDV, 2:48 min, silent, looped, edition 2 of 5 MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2013, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program

Donations KC Adams Canadian, born 1971 Cyborg Hybrid Pat (dancer), 2005 digital print, edition 2 of 10 50.8 x 35.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Cyborg Hybrid Yvonne (curator), 2005 digital print, edition 2 of 10 50.8 x 35.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Luke Anguhadluq Canadian [Inuit, Baker Lake], 1895–1982 Family, 1978 stone print on paper, artist’s proof III of III 55.5 x 39.3 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger


Lorne Beug Canadian, born 1948 Arcs of Larger Circles (from Encyclopaedia Atlanticus), 1977 watercolour on paper 50.6 x 67.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Sir Peter Thomas Blake British, born 1932 Babe Rainbow, 1968 screenprint on tin, edition of 10,000 66 x 44.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Ivan Eyre Canadian, born 1935 Persona, 1979 etching on paper, edition 10 of 75 22 x 29.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Bela Szabados Watcher, 1978 etching on paper, edition 7 of 45 22 x 29.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Bela Szabados

Cathy Collins Canadian The Twins Make a Living, 1988 lithograph on paper, edition 3 of 8 58.8 x 43.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Harold Feist Canadian [American], born 1945 Untitled, 1979 acrylic on paper 76.8 x 65.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Fran Werry

The Twins Take Tea with the Snake Woman, 1988 lithograph on paper, edition 4 of 10 58.8 x 43.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Tony Fitzpatrick American, born 1958 Little Hot Diablo, 1992 etching on paper, edition 16 of 25 30 x 15 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger   General Idea Canadian, founded 1968 AIDS Stamps, 1988 lithograph on paper, edition unknown 21.2 x 27.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

The Twins Travel to the Twin Cities, 1988 lithograph on paper, edition 4 of 8 58.8 x 43.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Twin Divers, 1988 lithograph on paper, edition 4 of 8 58.8 x 43.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Dean Drever Canadian, born 1970 Ten Commandments Wrench Set, 1997 56 x 81 x 5.5 cm acid etched stainless steel wrench set, edition of three Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Marcel Dzama Canadian, born 1974 Untitled (grasshopper over male figure), no date ink watercolour on paper 31.7 x 25 cm

David Gilhooly American, 1943–2013 Transportation of the Great Cultures to the Great Museums, 1971 ceramic, glaze 37.5 x 33.5 x 25.1 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Richard Gorenko Canadian, born 1954 A Crude Simulator, 1984 acrylic on commercial hard board, acrylic on wooden chair installation (dimensions variable) Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Richard Hamilton British, 1922–2011 Kent State, 1970 screenprint on paper, artist’s proof 30 of 50 66.8 x 86.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Hansen-Ross Pottery Bowl, 1971 stoneware, glaze 4.5 x 18.5 x 18.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, donated in memory of Doreen Fisher Pitcher, 1961 stoneware, glaze 19 x 16 x 11.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, donated in memory of Doreen Fisher Vase, 1966 stoneware, glaze 13 x 14.5 x 14.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, donated in memory of Doreen Fisher Vase, 1972 stoneware, glaze 15.5 x 16 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, donated in memory of Doreen Fisher   E. Jean Haitian Untitled, circa 1970s oil on commercial hard board 61 x 76 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Roberto Juarez American, born 1952 Two Suns, 1983 woodcut on paper, edition 3 of 15 45.5 x 60 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Jimmy Inaarulik Kadyulik Canadian [Inuit, Salluit], born 1934 Hunters and Walrus, no date stone, ivory 25 x 34 x 26 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of June Whitney

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Roland Keevil Canadian [British], 1884–1963 Bay Scene, Victoria, 1961 oil on canvas 55.5 x 75.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Janet Kigusiuq Canadian, 1926–2006 Snowflakes, no date duffle 145 x 114 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of June Whitney Sol LeWitt American, 1928–2007 Untitled (from Composite Series), 1970 screenprint on paper, edition 75 of 150 35.3 x 35.3 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Jefferson Little Canadian, born 1972 Heart Monitor 3, 2002 mixed media on plexi glass 39.1 x 44.4 x 8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger   Jahan Maka Canadian [Lithuanian], 1900–1987 Untitled (Mine), no date pastel on paper 93.5 x 72.8 cm (sight) Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Billy McCarroll Canadian [American], born 1937 Golf Lessons (page 105), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 1 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Golf Lessons (page 106), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

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Golf Lessons (page 107), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 105, illustration 36), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Golf Lessons (page 120), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 106, illustration 37), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Golf Lessons (page 135), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 107, illustration 38), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Golf Lessons (page 20), 2002 hand coloured lithograph on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 20, illustration 1), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Golf Lessons (page 53), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 53, illustration 13), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Golf Lessons (page 78), 2002 hand coloured screenprint on paper, edition 4 of 20 76.3 x 56.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 54, illustration 14), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 108, illustration 39), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 74, illustration 20), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio (page 124, illustration 46), 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

Untitled, from the Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio, 1985 screenprint on paper, artist’s proof 23.5 x 15.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger


Untitled, title page from Sam Snead’s Natural Golf portfolio, 1985 screenprint on paper, edition 2 of 50 24.2 x 16 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Don McVeigh Canadian, born 1951 #3, 1978 watercolour on paper 58.5 x 80 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Gladys M. Nilsson American, born 1940 Problematical Tripdickery, 1984 etching on paper, edition 7 of 25 57 x 76 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger John Nugent Canadian, 1921–2014 Crucifix, no date bronze, wood 118 x 92 x 32 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Karen Nugent Richard Prince Canadian, born 1949 Stargazers Maquette (Evening and Hesperus), 2006 wood, plastics, metal, paint 41.8 x 68.6 x 9.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Stargazers Maquette (Morning and Eophorus), 2006 wood, plastics, metal, paint 41.8 x 68.6 x 9.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Henry Quissa (attributed to, formerly attributed to Sakiriaise Kinappe Nappatu) Inuit [Akulivik], born 1948 Mother Seal with Young, no date stone 16 x 45 x 21 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of June Whitney

Barbara Rossi Canadian Tootle Two, 1974 lithograph and chine collé on paper, edition 3 of 50 19 x 28 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Royal Art Lodge Canadian, founded 2002 Endangered Species, 2002 watercolour, ink on paper 29.5 x 24 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Susan Shantz Canadian, born 1957 Satiate (maquette), 1995–1996 tomato paste, found objects 10.5 x 32 x 29 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Thomassiapik Sivuarapik Canadian [Inuit, Puvirnituq], 1941–2009 Attacking Caribou, 1961 stonecut on paper, edition 5 of 60 24.6 x 46 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Tom Slaughter American, born 1955 Untitled (from the Recession Prints 2 portfolio), 1992 on, edition 57 of 125 Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Untitled (from the Recession Prints 2 portfolio), 1992 on, edition 57 of 125 Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Untitled (from the Recession Prints 2 portfolio), 1992 on, edition 57 of 125 Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Untitled (from the Recession Prints 2 portfolio), 1992 screenprint on paper, edition 57 of 125 27.8 x 38 cm

Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Jeffrey Spalding Canadian [British], born 1951 Untitled (Niagara Falls at night), 1993 lithograph on paper, edition 23 of 35 56 x 56 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Pat Steir American, born 1940 Between the Lines, 1974 lithograph on paper 69.4 x 81.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Untitled (Study for Print), no date mixed media on paper 77 x 99.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Wish #1, 1974 lithograph on paper, from an edition of 50 79.8 x 81.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Frank Stella American, born 1936 Rabat (from the Ten Work by Ten Painters portfolio), 1964 screenprint on paper, edition of 500 45.3 x 45.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Tony Tascona Canadian, 1926–2006 Imprint II, 1981 screenprint with embossing on paper, artist’s proof 49.8 x 69.1 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger Peter Voulkos American, 1924–2002 Got the Cobalt Blues, 1979 lithograph on paper, edition 12 of 200 82.2 x 60.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger

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Works on Loan Canadian War Museum Transformations – A. Y. Jackson and Otto Dix. Exhibited at the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, September 7, 2013 to January 12, 2014; Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, April 10 to September 21, 2014. Otto Dix (German, 1897–1969) War Scene, 1917

Mendel Art Gallery Ruth Cuthand: Back Talk (Works 1983–2009). Exhibited at the Mendel Art Gallery, April 15 to June 12, 2011; Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, January 14 to March 11, 2012; Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, June 9 to October 7, 2012; Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, June 7 to September 8, 2013. Ruth Cuthand (Canadian, born 1954) Living Post-Oka Kind of Woman, 1990 Trading: Typhoid Fever, 2008 Trading: Bubonic Plague, 2008 Trading: Measles, 2008 Trading: Small Pox, 2008 Trading: Chicken Pox, 2008 Trading: Whooping Cough, 2008

Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery Robert David Symons: Countryman. Exhibited at the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, Moose Jaw, September 19, 2013 to January 5, 2014; Art Gallery of Swift Current, Swift Current, March 1 to April 27, 2014. Robert David Symons (Canadian [English], 1898–1973) Prairie Trail, 1965 Sparrows, no date

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Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Witnesses: Art and Canada’s Indian Residential Schools. Exhibited at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, September 6 to December 1, 2013. Adrian Stimson (Canadian, born 1964) Sick and Tired, 2006

National Gallery of Canada Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art. Exhibited at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, May 17 to September 2, 2013. Nadia Myre (Canadian, born 1974) Indian Act (pages 6, 14, 53, 54, 55, and 56), 2000–2003

Ottawa Art Gallery In the Flesh. Exhibited at the Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, June 21 to September 8, 2013. Dana Claxton (Canadian, born 1959) Buffalo Bone China, 1997

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and Art Gallery of Ontario Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes. Exhibited at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, New York, August 10, 2013 to June 15, 2014; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, July 26 to November 25, 2014. Wally Dion (Canadian, born 1976) Thunderbird, 2008

Winnipeg Art Gallery 100 Masters: Only in Canada. Exhibited at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, May 11 to September 2, 2013.

Edward Poitras (Canadian, born 1953) Traces: A Camera, 1995 Traces: A Car, 1995 Traces: A Container, 1995 Traces: A Tool, 1995 Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917) Eternal Spring, 1917 Michael Snow (Canadian, 1929–1990) Olympia, 1963


An Outstanding Contribution from David & Veronica Thauberger Renowned Canadian painter, printmaker and ceramist, David Thauberger and his wife, Veronica, have made yet another distinguished donation to the Gallery’s Permanent Collection. The recent gift of 55 works of art is of great significance, not only due to the number of works gifted, but also because of the diversity among the pieces. This generous donation builds upon the Thauberger’s previous donations of folk art, contemporary Saskatchewan and Western Canadian art, and California Funk art, by expanding the representation of different styles and movements to include British pop, New York modern and conceptual art, Chicago Imagism, and Inuit art; all of which have been critical to David’s development as an artist. In addition to being an artist of national reputation, David Thauberger is also a collector of considerable ambition. Over the

years, David and Veronica have donated a substantial portion of this collection to public institutions; since 1986, the MacKenzie alone has amassed 94 works of art from the Thauberger’s. With an unwavering passion for art and admirable generosity, patrons of the MacKenzie Art Gallery such as, David and Veronica, provide a strong foundation for the Gallery to continue to offer outstanding experiences in the visual arts, while fostering Regina’s cultural vibrancy. In early 2015, the MacKenzie Art Gallery will open David’s first major retrospective exhibition, David Thauberger: Road Trips and Other Diversions. Co-organized by the Mendel Art Gallery (Saskatoon) and the MacKenzie, this major nationally touring exhibition presents a dynamic installation examining key themes and working processes, developed throughout Thauberger’s more than 40 years as a maker and thinker.

Image: Roland Keevil, Bay Scene, Victoria, 1961 (detail), Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 75.5 cm. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Veronica and David Thauberger. Photo: Trevor Hopkin.

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50 Years of Volunteering! The MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers (MGV) celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2013, closing the year with an impressive list of achievements and contributions. 4,435 volunteer hours were contributed this year by the MGV in support of exhibitions, programs, and events. Each member involved with the MGV, contributes enthusiasm and an invaluable sense of commitment to Gallery. Together, the MGV bridges the Gallery and the community through programs such as Travelling Art, the Enrichment Program, and all Gallery initiatives. Travelling Art, a program founded and organized by the MGV, also celebrated its’ 50th anniversary in 2013. Touching the lives of many students, Travelling Art delivers art to classrooms throughout Regina. The MGV have developed an exemplary art appreciation program which in 2013, visited 27 Catholic and public schools. Thanks to the financial support of local school boards, these art exhibitions remain in the schools for several months, providing students with the opportunity to view the art at their convenience. Additionally, teachers are able to use the MGV collection as a springboard to lessons in their arts education and language arts programs.


MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers prepare education materials. Photo: Cydney Toth

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Members Suzanne Abdulla Peggy Adamack John N. Agnew Sylvia & Vince Aitken Linda Alberts Ken & Gwen Alecxe Joanna Alexander Wendy Allard & Earl Bean John & Donna Alport Robin Amsbary Jeffrey Anders Brittany Anderson Chris & Jeffie Anderson David Anderson & Donalda Parker Kathy Anderson Marnie Archer Ethel Argan Mary Arpin Gesa & Bob Arscott Pamela Arter Sheena August Glayne Axtell Isabel Azzopardi Marjorie Badham W. Allan Bailey Deidre Baird Amanda Baker Ms. Krista Baliko Cheryl Barber Duane & Winnifred Barber June Barber Mal Barber Dawn M. Barker Gord Barnes Barbara Barootes Roger Bartholomew Ken Bartnik & Barb Kjeldsen Rick & Bobbi Bates Sandy Baumgartner Mary & Cliff Baylak Rebecca Bayliss Betty Beaglehole Erin Beare Dale & Johanne Beck Carol Gay Bell

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Judi Bellamy & Don Modderman Elayne Bennett Fox Amber Benson Norman Bercovich Deanna Bergbusch Lauren Bergren Teresa Berkowitz Jacqueline Berting & James Clark Gertrud Bessai Margaret Bessai & Gerald Saul Margaret Biffin Rani Bilku Roger Bing-Wo Daniel Birkbeck Debra Birkbeck Gordon Blackmore Navee Blair Ruth Blaser & Brenda MacLauchlan Dr. Jarol Boan Patti Bolen Bill Bolstad Shirley Bonic Kenneth Bos Irene Boss Jessica Bouvet Gail Bowen Dayle Bowman Linda Boxall Brennan Boyko Catharine Bradbury & Rob Parrell Cassandra Bradshaw Lydia Bramham Elizabeth Brandsgard David Brass Holly Bratt Ken Bray Thomas Bredohl & Elizabeth Toporowski Norm & Karen Bright Shannon Brockman Leah Brodie Paulette Brooks Alex Brown Beth Brown

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Shirley Christoph Gerry Clarke Harry & Fran Clarke Sarina & Sheldon Clarke Darlene Cleven & Allan Widger Anita Clifton Herbert & Margaret Cobb Alice Collins Heather Collins & Hugh Gabruch Leah Conteh Kelsey Conway Violet Cooke Pat Cooper Pat Costea Adrienne Cottrell John & Janice Court David & Donna Cowley Lorri Crittenden Nancy E. Croll June Crowe Mary Ann Crowe Barrie & Edie Cubbon Joanne Cunningham Philip Curry Beverley Curtis Mona Dahlstrom Deryl Dangstorp & Laurie Nenson Francine D’Aoust & Norm Pantel John A. Davies Kathy Davies Judy Davis Willem & Sharon de Lint Dan & Barbara de Vlieger Yvonne Dean Cherish Deegan Maurice & Jan Delage Ella E. Denzin Greg Deren Neil G. Devitt & Lynn Crook Linda Dewhirst Bryan Dimen & Melody Olson Susan Dishaw Jo-Anne Distasi Barbara-Lynn Dixon

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Duncan Fisher Carol Fluter Pat Foley Erika Folnovic Traci Foster Craig & Judi Francis Glenda Francis M. L. Frederick Marcia Frid Kelly Froehlich Brenda Frohlick Roger & Lois Fry Kimberley & James Fyfe Merle & Hans Gaastra Dympna Gallet Neil Gardner Ronald Gates & Sherri Cybulski David Gehl Wilbert Genoves Joanne Gerber Rose Marie Gilks Vicky Gillies Derek Gillis & Sharon Little Marnie Gladwell Elizabeth Glendinning Lori Glier Mary Ann Globa Sean Goalen & Valerie Phillips Janet Goldman Lyn Goldman Shirley Good Ralph Goodale & Pamela Kendel-Goodale Dr. Alice Goodfellow & Margaret Anne Hodges Amber Goodwyn Brian Gordon D. Kim Gorius Drs. Peter & Lorna Gorman Patty Gourgaris Dr. Ann Grahame Alison Green Lois Griffin Jade Gritzfeld Lucia Grob Terry Gudmundson

Linda Guest Paul Guillet David Gullickson Christopher Gust Brian & Susan Haacke John Haas & Carolyn McBean Herb & Fran Haidl Michael Hamann & James McNinch Rose M. Hamilton Vilma Hammond & Laurie Hammond Dona M. Hansen Steven Hanson Elmer Hara Ernie Harach Karen & Greg Harasen Darcie Harding Benjamin Harmsworth Stephen & Lucia Harold Carla Harris Sheila F. Hart Paul Hartman & Martha McIntyre R.G. Harvey Donna Hass Frances M. Haug Maureen Hawley Amanda Hayward Megan J. Hazel Gail Headington-Mitchell Anne Heal Judy Heaps Elizabeth Heidt Betty Heinrich Marj Hendren Virginia Hendrickson Simone Hengen Garth & Donna Herbert Marjorie Joyce Herle Bruno Hernani Martin Heroux John Hewson Shirley Higgs Janet Hilderman Ian & Elaine Hill Joanne & Bryan Hillis

Murry Hinds & Heather Waldern Hinds Donald & Nancy Hipperson Gayl Hipperson Gordon & Rhonda Hipperson Louise Hoffert Barbara Hogan Patricia Holdsworth Jim & Donna Holmes Neal & Margaret Holt Shirley Holt-Edmondson Lindsey Hooker Caron & Elaine Hopfner Trevor Hopkin Dave & Mary Hornung Marilyn Houlden Della Howe Lorrie Howe Alice & Jack Huber Dion & Rebecca Huel Joan Humphries Garson Hunter R. Bradley & Michelle Hunter Gary Hutchings Arthur Ingleby Kathleen Irwin Jack Ito & Janet Campbell Bob & Liz Ivanochko Brandy Iverson Harold Jackson & Sharon Newlove Justice Georgina Jackson & Gerald Tegart Thea Jacobs Anita Jadischke JoAnn Jaffe Lynn Jaworski Denise Jenkins-Folstad Joan Johns Allan & Joy Johnson Jan Johnson Julie Johnson Ruth Johnson William & Sandra Johnstone Kim Jones

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Kelly Kummerfield Arlene Kuntz Larry & Elva Kyle Sharron Labatt Fernando Lamk Linda Lane Backman Loreen Larson Marjorie Lavallee Jacyntha Laviolette Katherine Lawrence & Randy Burton Doris Lazecki Joanna Leach Mary Leach Janet Leader & John Jeza Greg Leake & Lorraine Skinner Blaine & Beryl Ledingham Diana Lee Marilyn I. Lee Paul Leech Joyce A. Leier Kama J. Leier Kathryn Leier Nicole Lemelin Lawrence LeMoal Roger Lepage & Sylvie Bergeron Catherine Lepp Gordon Lewis & Janet Blair Sharon Lewis Harvey Linnen Elaine Linton Wendy Livingstone Glenn & Delores Loewen Alison Lohans Dr. Brenda Beckman-Long & Timothy Long Eleanor C. Long & Bill Long Sarah Longman Carla Lorence Dale Lowe & Shirley Young Todd & Kerry Lumbard Barbara Lunney Loraine Lysak Alex MacDonald & Catherine Arthur– MacDonald

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Judith McLennan Shirley McMahon Tracey McMurchy Janet McMurtry & Ross MacNab Doug & Shanna McNair Mary McNutt Michael McTaggart Frank Medl Donald Meikle Lavonne Melle Jacqueline Messer-Lepage Karastin Michalycia David & Anne Millar Marilyn Miller Iris Miller Dennis Linda Miller-Wenman Leena Minifie Joan Minter Denise Mirva Danita Mitchell Graeme Mitchell Rosella Mitchell Sue Mitchell Suzanne Mitten Doug Moen Keith & Rae Anne Moen Rachelle Mondor Smith Dallas Montpetit Patricia Moon Dianne Mooney Cynthia Moore Jeremy Morgan & Eleanor Cardoza Susan Moore & Mark Novak Marcel Morin Diane Morris Molly Moss & Devid Rosen-bluth John Mowbray & Kerrie Strathy Pat & Marx Mulatz Valerie Mulholland Andrea Terry Munro Virginia Munro Daphne Murphy Greg & Lorrie Murphy Timothy Murphy & Robin Poitras Rick & Gail Murton

Christine Nagy Sailaja Nair Patricia Nakrieko Larry Natrasany Mal & Sharon Nattrass Gordon & Diane Neill Vern Neuls Tim Nicholl Stan Nichols Marj Nicholson Nicole Nieminen Crystal Nieviadomy John & Linda Nilson Kathryn Nogue Gerald & Vivian Norbraten Mervyn & Linda Norton Gosia Nowicki Nicolle Nugent Angela Nunweiler Karen & Michael O’Brien Ron Okumura Janice Olinik Frances Olson Arlene Omilon Arthur & Mary Opseth Dale Orban Joan Osborne Beverly O’Shea Robert Oslie Frank & Maureen Ottenbreit Celia Overend Jayne M. & Ernest Paluck Anne Parker Alice & Garth Parkinson Jerome Pasloski Karen Pasterfield Val Paulson Barbara Pawson Jane Pawson-Loblaw Risa Payant Kathy Pearpoint John Peet & Dale Delainey Joanne Pelletier Joy Pelling Jeanette Pepper Betty Perrin Robert & Meta Perry Duane Petersen Dawne Peterson

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Enbridge Young Artists Project In 1997, the MacKenzie Art Gallery launched the Young Artists Project as a way to make visual art more accessible to inner city youth. For the past 15 years the Young Artists Project has positively impacted the lives of thousands of youth in our community through interactive workshops and visits to the MacKenzie. “With Enbridge’s generosity, the MacKenzie Art Gallery is able to offer enhanced visuals arts programming to inner-city youth, celebrating the diversity of our city while highlighting the ways in which arts and culture can have a profound effect in strengthening our communities, ” said Anthony Kiendl, MacKenzie Art Gallery Executive Director & CEO This year, the Enbridge Young Artists Project focused on two specific exhibitions, Amalie Atkins: we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical and Mary Pratt. Throughout the year, Art Instructors developed programming inspired by and connected to the themes in these two exhibitions, as well as workshops related to identity, community, and the exploration of materials. In addition, artist, Melanie Rose delivered in-school workshops, providing students with the opportunity to explore fibre art and engage with a working local artist. Students from Sacred Heart, Kitchener, and Mother Theresa schools visited the Gallery throughout the year, allowing students to draw direct connections between their workshop experiences and current exhibitions. The culmination of these experiences has allowed the web of relationships between school, student, the Gallery, and Art Instructor to deepen and grow, ultimately strengthening student’s self-awareness, confidence, and sense of community.


Enbridge Young Artists Project. Photo Cydney Toth

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Kaleidoscope summer art camp for Kids 2013 Photo: Jessica LaPlante

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BOARD

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES Members

Amanda Baker Robert Byers Dr. Tom Chase Jeff Erbach Pam Klein Josh MacFadden Shanna McNair Jacquie Messer-Lepage Anne Parker Robert Perry Sheila Petty Andrea Wagner Thelfa Yee-Toi Dr. Barbara Keirnes Young

Executive Committee

Josh MacFadden, President Shanna McNair, Treasurer Andrea Wagner, Past President Robert Perry, Vice President

Audit & Finance Committee Amanda Baker Doug Johnson Shanna McNair, Chair Robert Perry

Governance Committee Josh MacFadden Jacquie Messer-Lepage, Chair Dawn Martin Andrea Wagner


Photo: Don Hall

Administration

Jeremy Morgan, Executive Director Anthony Kiendl, Incoming Executive Director & CEO Jackie Lindenbach, Director of Operations Caitlin Mullan, Executive Assistant Karastin Michalyica, Accountant (to August 9, 2013) Meridith Weippert, Accountant

Sheri McEachern, Administrative Assistant – Education

MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers

Marketing & Community Relations

Security

Timothy Long, Head Curator Michelle LaVallee, Associate Curator Hilary Knutson, Assistant Curator (term) Bruce Anderson, Collection Manager Marie Olinik, Administrative Assistant – Curatorial Brenda Smith, Conservator Colby Avram, Preparator Leevon Delorme, Preparator - Facilities Ralph Skanes, Installations Officer

Leah Brodie, Director Marketing & Community Relations Brittany Krivoshein, Corporate Relations & Sales Amber Wilkie, Marketing Coordinator Cydney Frank, Marketing and Media Relations Assistant Lindsay Demchuk, Marketing and Community Relations Assistant Katherine Somers, Marketing and Community Relations Assistant (August 19 to November 29, 2013) Matt Fox, Corporate Relations (term to August 9, 2013) Jessica Bouvet, Membership & Relations (to August 21, 2013) Mindy Calder, Marketing & Media Relations Assistant (to September 17, 2013)

Education

Gallery Shop

Curatorial

Ken Duczek, Gallery Educator – Outreach Nicolle Nugent, Gallery Educator – Community Programs Wendy Winter, Gallery Educator – School & Youth Programs (retired December 31, 2013)

John Peet, Gallery Shop Manager Michael Fahlman, Gallery Shop Assistant Manager

Mary Arpin, Volunteer Coordinator Marica Dormuth Mel Gramchuk Lorraine Oleskiw Rita Schuck Georgina Sobchyshyn Gerry Thompson Darlene Tincher

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SUMMARY

Financial Statements 38

Management Responsibility Management of the MacKenzie Art Gallery is responsible for the integrity of the financial data reported by the Gallery. Copies of the full audited financial statements are available by contacting Jackie Lindenbach, Director of Operations at (306) 584-4250 ext. 4275 or by visiting our website at mackenzieartgallery.ca.

Anthony Kiendl Executive Director & CEO June 12, 2014

Jackie Lindenbach Director of Operations June 12, 2014


Report of the Independent Auditor on the Summary Financial Statements To the Members of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated: The accompanying summary financial statements, which comprise the summary balance sheet as at March 31, 2014 and the summary statement of revenue and expenses for the year then ended, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information, are derived from the audited financial statements of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated for the year ended March 31, 2014. We expressed an unmodified audit opinion on those financial statements in our report dated June 11, 2014. Those financial statements, and the summary financial statements, do not reflect the effects of events that occurred subsequent to the date of our report on those financial statements. The summary financial statements do not contain all the disclosures required by Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations. Reading the summary financial statements, therefore, is not a substitute for reading the audited financial statements of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated. Management’s Responsibility for the Summary Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation of a summary of the audited financial statements on the basis described in Note 1. Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the summary financial statements based on our procedures, which were conducted in accordance with Canadian Auditing Standard 810, Engagements to Report on Summary Financial Statements. Opinion In our opinion, the summary financial statements derived from the audited financial statements of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated for the year ended March 31, 2014 are a fair summary of those financial statements on the basis described in Note 1.

Chartered Accountants June 11, 2014 Regina, Saskatchewan

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MacKenzie Art Gallery Summary Statement of Revenues and Expenses For the year ended March 31, 2014

MACKENZIE ART GALLERY SUMMARY STATEMENT OF REVENUES(in&CDNEXPENSES dollars) FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2014 | IN CDN DOLLARS

March 31, 2014 Revenue Operating grants Programming grants Fund raising Earned Gallery shop Other

$

$ Expenses Administration Salaries and benefits Administrative Amortization

$

Marketing & Development Marketing and communications Development

Programming Education Exhibitions Art at Your Door

Collection Management General Acquisition shipping and appraisal Permanent collection $

1,422,055 $ 406,322 310,089 268,875 26,225 35,000 2,468,566 $

1,308,422 433,879 277,576 213,827 28,931 30,000 2,292,635

1,470,639 $ 216,530 531,607 2,218,776

1,497,492 181,949 537,489 2,216,930

83,339 11,529 94,868

91,068 7,787 98,855

98,816 350,076 18,741 467,633

94,275 318,624 24,222 437,121

38,400 14,242 62,514 115,156 2,896,433 $

36,012 19,265 62,724 118,001 2,870,907

Deficiency of revenue over expenses before the following

(427,867)

(578,272)

Donations of Art Permanent Collection Donations

320,515 (320,515)

260,350 (260,350)

(427,867) $

(578,272)

Deficiency of revenue over expenses for the year

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March 31, 2013

$


MACKENZIE ART GALLERY SUMMARY

MacKenzie Art Gallery Summary Balance Sheet As SHEET at March 31, 2014 BALANCE

(in CDN dollars)

AS AT MARCH 31, 2013 | IN CDN DOLLARS March 31, 2014 Assets Current assets Cash Short-term investments Accounts receivable Government remittances receivable Grants receivable Inventories Prepaid expenses

$

649,623 $ 765,166 12,476 5,929 79,008 108,211 6,368 1,626,781 1 547,587 4,160 296,514 848,262

Objects of art Capital assets tangible Capital assets intangible Long-term investments

Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Deferred revenue

March 31, 2013

347,142 749,102 7,453 6,451 80,190 105,384 588 1,296,310 1 974,284 57,162 277,069 1,308,516

$

2,475,043 $

2,604,826

$

439,530 $ 358,783 798,313

381,366 118,863 500,229

Equity Unrestricted Externally restricted in long-term investments Internally restricted

$

40,433 50,000 1,586,297 1,676,730

43,565 50,000 2,011,032 2,104,597

2,475,043 $

2,604,826

1. Basis of preparation The summary financial statements are derived from the audited financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2014 prepared in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-forprofit organizations. The preparation of the summary financial statements requires management to determine the information that needs to be reflected in the summary financial statements so that they are consistent, in all material respects, with or represent a fair summary of the audited financial statements. The summary financial statements have been prepared by management using the following criteria: i) Whether information in the summary financial statements is in agreement with the related information in the audited financial statements, and ii) Whether, in all material respects, the summary financial statements contain the information necessary to avoid obscuring matters disclosed in the related financial statements, including the notes thereto.

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Cracking Open the MacKenzie Vault to Celebrate 60 Years of Art The MacKenzie Art Gallery celebrated its 60th anniversary this year. To commemorate the myriad of memories throughout the past six decades, the MacKenzie mounted the exhibition, How We filled the Vault: Sixty Years of Collecting, the largest display of the Permanent Collection since the MacKenzie opened its doors at our current location in 1990. Featuring approximately 250 works from a collection of over 4,000, this exhibition told the story of the Permanent Collection’s evolution over the past 60 years. A follow-up to the highly successful Ruins to Renaissance: The Rise of the MacKenzie Bequest, the exhibition focused on six decades of purchases and donations that have built on the founding bequest made to the Gallery by Norman MacKenzie.

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The exhibition looked at collecting activity decade by decade with two objectives. First, it highlighted the acquisitions that have come to define the collection, from its first purchase in 1957 of Harold Town’s The Tower of Babbling, to works by luminaries such as Lawren Harris, Pablo Picasso, Ed Kienholz, Bob Boyer, Dorothy Knowles, and Joe Fafard, among others. Extended wall labels provided further context demonstrating how the acquisition of key works of art established new directions or deepened existing holdings, and how they helped put the MacKenzie on the cultural map. Second, the exhibition provided insights into the contributions of individual directors, curators, and donors. Illustrated panels delved into the collecting vision and interests of the people who shaped the MacKenzie Permanent Collection and gave it its multifaceted character.

Images clockwise from top left: Jeannie Mah, Regina as Marienbad: memory + resemblance (father + daughter), 2003 (detail), porcelain with underglazes and photocopy transfers, MDF shelf (by Brian Gladwell) with gesso and acrylic mirror and clips, 38 x 233 x 22 cm. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program. Photo: Don Hall. Auguste Rodin, Eternal Spring, prior to 1917 (detail), bronze, 65.4 x 80 x 40 cm. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, gift of Mr. Norman MacKenzie. Photo: Don Hall. Francois Musin, Marine Scene, no date (detail), oil on canvas, 116.8 x 180.3 cm. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, gift of Mr. Norman MacKenzie. Photo: Don Hall. George Agnew Reid, Mitchell Lake, Algoma, 1926, oil on canvas, 75.9 x 101.6 cm, MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, gift of the Women’s Educational Club of Regina. Photo Credit: Don Hall


Photo: Cydney Toth

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