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MACKENZIE ART GALLERY ANNUAL REPORT 2012/13


CONTENTS 2

President’s Message

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Executive Director’s Message

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Year in Review

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Exhibitions + Publications

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Interpretive Programs

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Permanent Collection

20 Members 25

Corporate Sponsors + Donors

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Board & Staff List

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Financial Statements

1 Image Credit: Cydney Toth: Spiraling Forces


President, Board of Trustees Message It has been my great pleasure to serve as President of the MacKenzie Art Gallery Board of Trustees in 2012/13; and a privilege to serve with the dedicated and talented board and staff in carrying out the MacKenzie’s mission to engage people through outstanding, transformative experiences in the visual arts. The Board was very busy in 2012/13. In addition to our ongoing work, we adopted a new governance model and processes, which have helped clarify the role of the Board in articulating the vision and strategy, including the artistic vision, for the MacKenzie. The Board, on behalf of the community, sets the vision and works with the CEO to ensure the strategies and actions deliberately and intentionally move us toward that vision. This does not mean the Board will be selecting exhibitions; but rather, ensuring that the programming is meeting the needs, interests and expectations of our current and future visitors. The new governance model also helps clarify the Board’s relationship with, and accountabilities and expectations of, the Executive Director. Current Executive Director, Jeremy Morgan has been instrumental in helping us develop a new way of thinking in this regard. Having worked closely with Jeremy, it is bitter sweet for the Board to have begun the process of searching for a new Executive Director. Jeremy agreed to stay with the MacKenzie for two years to help us stabilize operations, conduct a diagnosis and review of the current state, and work with the Board to set and implement a strategy that will carry the Mackenzie into the future. We truly have been blessed by Jeremy’s wisdom, talents and energy and will be sorry to see his term end in May 2014, but are excited for the future. 2013 is the 60th anniversary of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the 50th anniversary of the MacKenzie Art Gallery Volunteers, the 40th anniversary of Bazaart. We have a proud past, and a very exciting future full of fabulous exhibitions and programming, enthusiastic volunteers, and inspiring community events. Finally, to each and every volunteer – Board member, Gallery Shop attendant, school program facilitator, event planner and support; to the hard working and dedicated staff; to the visitors, donors, sponsors and community partners – thank you! I am so very happy that the MacKenzie is part of the community that I live in and you are all key to that.

Andrea Wagner President, Board of Trustees

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Executive Director’s Message As we celebrated 60 years of art at the MacKenzie Art Gallery this year, we found time to reflect on our history and those whose legacy we have inherited. The year was also one of transformation as we began to implement our recently developed strategic plan. We are pleased to report that last year the MacKenzie touched the lives of nearly 127,000 people with 19 exhibitions, more than 25 public programs and countless school and community tours. The innovation and diversity of our extensive programming affirms the MacKenzie’s place as one of Canada’s leading public art galleries. Looking back at 2012/13, it is evident that what we do here at the MacKenzie is only possible with the loyal support and generosity of our donors, members, volunteers, and sponsors. And, what is it we have been doing here this year? By presenting such exhibits from the National Gallery of Canada as Carl Beam, in partnering with the University of Regina and the First Nations University of Canada to mount The Synthetic Age—an exhibition of their fine arts faculty members— and, by preserving and contextualizing the Permanent Collection through exhibits such as Big Bang Theory, the MacKenzie continued to engage our diverse community with the visual arts. Internally, we have focused on exploring new ways of working together—across traditional departments, in the collaboration and development of original initiatives that will better serve our community. I’m happy to report that our operations have once again finished the year in the black. We have continued to build upon visitor research, develop new areas of revenue and expand our capacity to deliver the best experience possible to all who visit the Gallery. We are extremely grateful for the generous support of so many close friends – donors, members, volunteers, and corporate partners. You allow us to serve the public in so many different ways. My sincere thanks and gratitude to the Board of Trustees and our staff for their collective efforts in realizing the MacKenzie’s mission of delivering outstanding, transformative experiences in the visual arts. With the strong support of our community, together we begin the next sixty years serving the people of Saskatchewan. See you at the MacKenzie!

Jeremy Morgan Executive Director

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YEAR IN REVIEW 2012/13 Overall Attendance In-House Out-of-House Total

Attendance Highlights

Guided Public Tours & Community Programs Special Events Facility Rentals

65,571 61,239 126,990

5,490 12,406 12,228

School & Youth Program

School Tours 355 Workshops 29 Attendance 5,858

Urban Outreach Program Tours Workshops Attendance

Provincial Outreach Program Saskatchewan Communities Visited Tours in Schools and Community Centres Attendance

Exhibition Openings Number of Openings Attendance

24 199 3,272

Members

Gallery Members Life Members Corporate Members Total Members

Volunteers

Volunteers Hours donated by Volunteers Schools visited by the MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers’ Travelling Art Program Travelling Art Program Attendance

MacKenzie Online

Unique Website Visitors Total Website Visits Facebook Likes Twitter Followers

874 513 6 1,393

110 2,931 34 1,700

40,172 56,175 2,724 1,538

Financial Highlights 24 165 5,727

Cash and in-kind contributions from 44 organizations Cash and in-kind contributions from 320 individuals Net result of 4 fundraisers Gallery Memberships Gallery Shop Net Proceeds

$143,540 $119,634 $116,747 $21,150 $28,931

5 1,130

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EXHIBITIONS & PUBLICATIONS Exhibitions Organized by the MacKenzie All exhibitions organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery are supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, the City of Regina, and the University of Regina. Art in Bloom 2012 April 21, 2012 to September 16, 2012 Proudly presented by SaskPower.

A Tale of Two Faculties: Competing Visions of Art at the University of Regina 1950-1980 December 20, 2012 to February 24, 2013  

Hosted Exhibitions Carl Beam September 1, 2012 to November 18, 2012 Organized by the National Gallery of Canada.

Ruins to Renaissance: The Rise of the MacKenzie Bequest April 21, 2012 to October 14, 2012

University of Regina Faculty and Student Exhibitions

Inuit Sculpture: Recent Donations April 21, 2012 to February 17, 2013

A partnership between the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Regina.

John Noestheden: Sky May 5, 2012 to August 19, 2012

Troy Coulterman: Everyday Anomalies University of Regina Master of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition September 29, 2012 to October 14, 2012

Shuvinai Ashoona: Earth May 5, 2012 to August 19, 2012 Spiraling Forces May 12, 2012 to August 12, 2012 A collaboration between the MacKenzie Art Gallery and New Dance Horizons. Additional Support by Department of Canadian Heritage and the Community Initiatives Fund. Mindfulness and the Creative Spirit September 8, 2012 to January 6, 2013 Big Bang Theory: Unravelling the Mysteries of Art, Science and Fantasy October 27, 2012 to March 31, 2013 MAGDANCE 2: art + dance December 8, 2012 to April 28, 2013 A collaboration between the MacKenzie Art Gallery and New Dance Horizons. Additional support by Dance Saskatchewan, artsVest, CanDance, and Rouge-gorge.

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Jorge Sandoval: Peephole University of Regina Master of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition October 27, 2012 to November 12, 2012 Trevor Grant: Come and See. And I Saw. University of Regina Master of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition November 24, 2012 to December 9, 2012 The Synthetic Age: Fine Arts Faculty at the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada December 8, 2012 to April 28, 2013 A partnership between the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada.


University of Regina Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition March 9, 2013 to April 7, 2013

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.

Publications 13 Coyotes: Edward Poitras Exhibition Catalogue Author: Michelle LaVallee Collaborations: Earth & Sky Shuvinai Ashoona & John Noestheden Exhibition Catalogue Author: Timothy Long and Michelle LaVallee

Demanding a Response April 2012 - March 2013 Fine Form April 2012 - March 2013 Sask Art Progress Show September 2013 - October 2013

Provincial Outreach 24 Saskatchewan Communities Biggar Brieux Cando Carrot River Cupar Delisle Esterhazy Gravelbourg Kamsack Kelliher Lake Lenore Leask Lloydminster Nuedorf Pilot Butte Redvers Rocanville Rockglen

Shaunavon St. Brieux Unity Whitewood Wilcox Wymark

Image Credits (left to right): François Musin, Marine Scene, no date; Walter Goodall La Madre, 1879; Augustus Kenderdine Portrait of Norman MacKenzie, 1936; Dorothy Knowles, Red Hollyhoc, 1999; Ron McLellan, The New Mysticism, 1985


Image Credits: Cydney Toth: Carl Beam installation

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INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS Film Screenings West Wind – The Vision of Tom Thomson May 13, 2012 The Synthetic Age January 19, 2013 Featured recent work by Sarah Abbott, Brett Bell, Ian Campbell, Gerald Saul, Brian Stockton, Mike Rollo, and Mark Wihak. In the Minds of all Beings: Tsogyal Latso of Tibet March 19, 2013 Film screening and discussion with Sarah Abbott as part of the U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series.

Community Programs and Interdisciplinary Presentations Studio Sunday Artist Workshop May 20, 2012 Explored the solar eclipse by looking at the work of astronomer James Ensor. Multiculturalism Celebration June 24, 2012 Presented in collaboration with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan and included tours of the Carl Beam exhibition, an artist workshop, storytelling, and multicultural music and dance performances. Breath of the Universe June 29, 2012 Interdisciplinary performance by Margie Gillis, Robin Poitras, Susan McKenzie and guest artists as part of the Spiraling Forces Festival. Regina Folk Festival Workshops August 11 and 12, 2012 Workshops by printmaking collective Articulate Ink

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presented relating to themes and printmaking techniques featured in Carl Beam’s work. Fall Open House September 30, 2012 Included exhibition tours, behind-the-scenes tours of the MacKenzie vault, basement, and administration areas, artist workshops presented by the Regina Artist Trading Cards Collective, artist workshop presented by the First Nations University of Canada Gallery, and film screening. Vertigo Series Writing Workshop October 20, 2012 Singer / spoken work artist Tara Dawn Solheim led an afternoon of writing and response. Participants explored writing tools and styles while experiencing the Carl Beam exhibition. Thursday Night Live!: Tara Dawn Solheim November 8, 2012 An evening of performance and exhibition tour, featuring live spoken word and poetry performances, followed by a reception. This evening was facilitated by writer and spoken word artist Tara Dawn Solheim and hip hop artist InfoRed in collaboration with the Vertigo Series. No Exit & Lost and Found – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance January 10 – 12, 2013 Two interdisciplinary performances: “No Exit” by Denise Fujiwara, performed by Miko Sobreira, Sasha Ivanochko, and Rebecca Hope Terry, and “Lost and Found” by Denise Fujiwara, performed by Denise Fujiwara. Rouge-gorge – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance January 18, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance: “Wolftone” by New Dance Horizons Artistic Director Robin Poitras. Studio Sunday Artist Workshop January 20, 2013 Workshop presented by New Dance Horizons

Image Credits (opposite): Cydney Toth: Vault, Leah Brodie: John Noestheden Tour, Cydney Toth: Multiculturalism Celebration, Leah Brodie: Celebration of Giving, Carey Shaw: Artisit Trading Cards, Carey Shaw: MAGDANCE 2 art + dance


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Canada’s Hip Hop Nation(s): Imagined Communities, Diasporic Identities, and Youth Empowerment January 22, 2013 Interdisciplinary presentation by Charity Marsh as part of the U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series.

Chutes Incadescentes – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance April 11 – 13, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance collaboration between choreographer Benoît Lachambre and musician, performer and dancer Clara Furey.

Prairie Dance Circuit – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance January 31 – February 2, 2013 Two interdisciplinary performances: “Hereafter,” a dance quartet by Tania Alvarado, and “Transceiver,” a dance duet by Johanna Bundon.

End of Summer, Orange Leaves Falling – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance April 26 – 28, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance by Robin Poitras and Edward Poitras in collaboration with Charlie Fox and Dannyll Challis, featuring the work of Jack Anderson, Vincent Segal, and Daniel Storto, with guest performers Johanna Bundon, Michelle Korpan, Roxanne Korpan, Walter Kubanek, Darren Lacey, Bee Pallomina, Chancz Perry, and Michael Scholar.

Liederabend: A recital of German Art Song featuring works by Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms and Mahler February 5, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance by Dominic Gregorio as part of the U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series. Thursday Night Live! February 14, 2013 Featuring, a performance by Grand Poney. Grand Poney – Cible de Dieu / Target of God – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance February 15, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance by Jaques Poulin-Denis and copresented with the Fransaskois Performing Arts Network. Ian Campbell: Film / Music Performance March 5, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance by Ian Campbell as part of the U of R Fine Arts Presentation Series. Blueprint Series – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance March 10, 2013 Four interdisciplinary performances: “Ru(elles) by Johanna Bundon, performed by FadaDance, “I am free not to be sold” by Jaime Williams, “Thrawan” by Jody Greenman-Barber, and “Triptych” by Danny Grossman, performed by Free Flow Dance Company. Codice Remix – MAGDANCE 2: art + dance March 14 – 16, 2013 Interdisciplinary performance by San Salvadoran multidisciplinary artist Danilo Villalta and Curtain Razors theatre/performance artist Michele Sereda, performed by Meredith LaRocque, Chancz Perry, Michele Sereda, with musicians Ramses Calderon, Billy Hughes, and Danilo Villalta.

Panel Discussion, Lectures and Symposia John Noestheden: Sky May 4, 2012. Artist talk by John Noestheden and astronomy lecture by Mark Bratton. Presented in partnership with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada–Regina Chapter. Carl Beam September 28, 2012 Lecture presented by the National Gallery of Canada’s Audain Curator of Indigenous Arts, Greg Hill. Remembering Amelia March 1 – 3, 2013 and April 5 – 7, 2013 A series of workshops, conversations and dance performances posthumously honouring and celebrating Canadian dance icon Amelia Itcush.

Schools, Youth and Family Interpretive Tours John Noestheden: Sky Shuvinai Ashoona: Earth Carl Beam Mindfulness and the Creative Spirit MAGDANCE 2: art + dance Spiraling Forces The Synthetic Age: Fine Arts Faculty at the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada

Image Credits (opposite): Cydney Toth: Spiraling Forces, Cydney Toth: Regina Folk Festival, Carey Shaw: Thursday Night Live, Cydney Toth: Kaleidoscope, Cydney Toth: Multiculturalism Day

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PERMANENT COLLECTION ACQUISITIONS Purchases Jack Anderson Canadian, born 1949 Best Western #1 – 6, 2011 transmounted lightjet prints 48.5 x 99.2 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program Shuvinai Ashoona Canadian, born 1961 Composition (Nursing Station), 2006 ink and pencil crayon on paper on paper 66.0 x 50.8 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012 Low Tide, 2003 etching and aquatint on paper, edition 35 of 50 76.2 x 70.0 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012 Angel in Town, 2008 etching and aquatint on paper, edition 23 of 30 76.2 x 57.1 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012

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Natalka Husar Canadian, born 1951 Sonuvabitch, 2006 oil on rag board 42.2 x 38.3 cm MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program

Donations

Edward Poitras Canadian, born 1953 Sirius takes a bite, 2012 coyote bones, glue, ceramic dimensions variable MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection, 2012, purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program

A.J. Casson Canadian, 1898–1992 Spruce Bush — Algonquin, 1943 oil on canvas 24.5 x 29.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

Joseph Sanchez American, born 1948 Self portrait with planetary conjunction, 1972 ink on paper on paper 34.3 x 27.9 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with funds donated by Taylor Automotive Group in memory of Bobbie Taylor Richer, Manitoba Landscape, 1972 ink on paper 34.3 x 27.9 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, purchased with funds donated by Taylor Automotive Group in memory of Bobbie Taylor

Ronald Langley Bloore Canadian, 1925–2009 Untitled, June 9, 1985, 1985 acrylic on paper 74.2 x 105.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

Stanley Cosgrove Canadian, 1911–2002 Untitled, 1962 oil on hardboard 30.2 x 40.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Untitled, no date oil on canvas 30.1 x 25.1 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Marc-Aurèle Fortin Canadian, 1888–1970 Hochelaga, circa 1924 oil on canvas 18.6 x 23.9 cm


Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Ted Godwin Untitled, 1962 acrylic on paper 80.8 x 51.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Canadian, 1933–2013 Dying Orchid, circa 1974 mixed media on paper 67.4 x 57.1 cm (sight) Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson The Belanger Suite: Deep Pool, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 50.2 x 65.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson The Belanger Suite: Heart of Belanger, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 50.2 x 65.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson The Belanger Suite: Log Jam, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 50.2 x 65.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson The Belanger Suite: Rainbow Run, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 50.2 x 65.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson The Belanger Suite: Title Page, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 69.8 x 59.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

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The Belanger Suite: Willow Run, 1976 mixed media on paper, edition 2 of 20 50.2 x 65.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Lakeshore, Early Spring, 1987 oil on canvas 213.4 x 144.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Ricardo Gómez Canadian (American), born 1942 Untitled, 1976 bronze, edition unique 8.8 x 17.0 x 14.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson McGregor Hone Canadian, 1920–2007 Three Floating, no date collograph, ink on paper, edition 5 of 10 37.4 x 50.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Robert Newton Hurley Canadian, 1894–1980 Untitled, 1945 watercolour on paper 44.6 x 31.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Natalka Husar American, born 1951 Baby Face, 2007 oil on rag board 38.2 x 38.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Bluff, 2007 oil on rag board 36.2 x 36.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery,

gift of the artist Boss, 2008 oil on rag board 45.8 x 40.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Double Chin Double-Dealer, 2008 oil on rag board 36.6 x 45.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Scar, 2008 oil on rag board 47.0 x 50.7 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Shift, 2007 oil on rag board 38.1 x 48.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Sinner Saint, 2006 oil on rag board 46.0 x 48.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist Trust Me, 2008 oil on rag board 38.1 x 43.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the artist A. Y. Jackson Canadian, 1882–1974 Georgian Bay, circa 1930 oil on panel 21.4 x 26.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Sudden Spring: Beaver Lake, Algoma, no date


oil on canvas 64.0 x 81.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Ann James Canadian, 1928–2009 What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?, 1968 ceramic, metal pipe 79.0 x 48.5 x 60.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of the Canada Council Art Bank

Prairie Landscape, circa 1950 oil on canvas 45.6 x 65.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Annie Michael Canadian [Inuit, Kimmirut], 1935–1999 Untitled (Walrus), 1984 stone, ivory 20.3 x 35.0 x 28.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

Joshim Kakegamic Canadian, 1953–1994 Animals in Conflict, circa 1976 silkscreen print on linen 125.0 x 170.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Anne Mercer

Wynona Mulcaster Canadian, born 1915 Untitled, circa 1950s watercolour on paper 51.0 x 63.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Eve Wahn

Dorothy Knowles Canadian, born 1927 Emma Lake, The Big Pine, 1973 oil on canvas 38.0 x 58.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

John Nugent Canadian, born 1921 Maquette for Statue of St. Thomas More, circa 1959 bronze 31.0 x 10.2 x 8.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Marg Anderson for the estate of Jenny Jack

Laura A. Lamont Canadian, 1880–1970 Untitled, no date oil on panel 21.0 x 26.3 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Arthur Lismer Canadian, 1885–1969 Algoma, 1920–22 oil on panel 22.8 x 30.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Arthur Fortescue McKay Canadian, 1926–2000

Graeme Patterson Canadian, born 1980 The Deer, 2006 wood, foam, foamcore, electronics, rubber, fur 137.0 x 61.0 x 61.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Simon Blais William Perehudoff Canadian, 1919–2013 Untitled, no date ink on paper 23.5 x 33.7 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

Joseph Plaskett Canadian, born 1918 Untitled, 1959 pastel on paper 46.5 x 61.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Bart Pragnell Canadian, 1907–1966 Jimmie’s Corner, 1941–44 watercolour on paper 35.7 x 39.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Jean-Paul Riopelle Canadian, 1923–2002 Peinture IV, 1964 oil on canvas 59.8 x 59.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Aqjangajuk Shaa Canadian [Inuit], born 1937 Man Doing Handstand, no date stone, bone, sinew 54.0 x 44.3 x 22.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Lillian Degenstein Inglis Sheldon-Williams Canadian (British), 1870–1940 Untitled, 1922 watercolour on paper 13.0 x 19.4 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson Untitled, no date graphite, pastel on paper 15.2 x 20.6 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson George Swinton Canadian [Austrian], 1917–2002

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Holy Family, 1952 encaustic etching on paper 43.3 x 35.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Marg Anderson for the estate of Jenny Jack

33.0 x 45.0 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Margaret Zerr

Mildred Valley Thornton Canadian, 1890–1967 Untitled, no date oil on panel 32.5 x 22.5 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Elizabeth and Donald MacPherson

Mendel Art Gallery

Robert William Wright Canadian [British], 1862–1934 Cows in a Field, 1916 watercolour on paper 7.2 x 9.8 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Margaret Zerr Harvesting — England, 1930 charcoal on paper 20.1 x 35.2 cm Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, gift of Margaret Zerr Sheep in a Field, 1932 pastel on paper

WORKS ON LOAN The Optimism of Colour: William Perehudoff – a retrospective. Exhibited at the Mendel Art Gallery, October 1, 2010 – January 9, 2011; Kamloops Art Gallery, March 26 – May 28, 2011; Art Gallery of Windsor, January 12 – May 31, 2012; Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa (Ontario), July 7 – September 9, 2012. William Perehudoff (Canadian, born 1919) AC 67-10, 1967 Red Breaking (AC-65-2), 1965 AC 90 – 33, 1990 Ruth Cuthand: Back Talk (Works 19832009). Exhibited at the Mendel Art Gallery, April 15 – June 12, 2011; Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax (Nova Scotia), January 14 – March 11 2012; Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown (PEI), June 9 – October 7, 2012.

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

Art Gallery of Alberta Alex Janvier. Exhibited at the Art Gallery of Alberta, May 18 – August 19, 2012. Alex Janvier (Canadian, born 1935) Liyan Gardens, 1986

Vancouver Art Gallery Ian Wallace: At the Intersection of Painting and Photography. Exhibited at the Vancouver Art Gallery, October 27, 2012 – February 24, 2013. Ian Wallace (Canadian, born 1943) The Cinema Museum, Lodz, Poland, 1990–91

Image Credits (opposite): Natalka Husar, Shift, 2007; Ted Godwin, Lakeshore, 1987; Shuvinai Ashoona, Angel in Town, 2008; Joseph Sanchez; Richer, Manitoba Landscape, 1972; Bart Pragnall, Jimmie’s Corner, c. 1941-44

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MEMBERS Suzanne Abdulla Sylvia & Vince Aitken Ken & Gwen Alecxe Wendy Allard & Earl Bean John & Donna Alport Jeffrey Anders Chris & Jeffie Anderson Marnie Archer Ethel Argan Bob & Gesa Arscott Pamela Arter Glayne Axtell Denise Babcock Marjorie Badham Deidre Baird Amanda Baker Margaret Baker David & Gail Bamford Cheryl Barber Duane & Winnifred Barber June Barber Mal Barber Gord Barnes Joan Baron & Terry Toharsky Brian Barrington - Foote Roger Bartholomew Ken Bartnik & Barb Kjeldsen Mary & Cliff Baylak Betty Beaglehole Norbert & Delores Beaujot Dale & Johanne Beck Saskatchewan Express Judi Bellamy & Don Modderman Elayne Bennett Fox Norman Bercovich Lauren Bergren Gertrud Bessai Margaret Bessai & Gerald Saul Rani Bilku Daniel Birkbeck Gordon Blackmore

Navee Blair Patti Bolen Bill Bolstad Shirley Bonic Kenneth Bos Irene Boss Brennan Boyko Lydia Bramham David Brass Ken Bray Thomas Bredohl & Elizabeth Toporowski Norm & Karen Bright Shannon Brockman Paulette Brooks Alex Brown Louis Browne Lisa Brownstone Donna Brunskill Maureen Buhlmann Mo Bundon & Michelle Carr Rolande Burant-Maher Rosemarie Burgess Leona Burkhart Punam Burnett Beverley Burrows John & Zenny Burton Sharon Butala Myrna Buttner David & Elizabeth Calam Delee Cameron & Ted Quade Erin Campbell Howell Roger Carriere Jan Carter Joan Carter Livia Castellanos Joseph Chabros Marion Chabros & Joseph Lang Vera Chadwick Raymond & Mary Chan Lynn Channing

Bonnie Chapman Hilda Cheesman Karen Cherry Deb & Ron Christie Marilyn Christie Gerry Clarke Harry & Fran Clarke Darlene Cleven Anita Clifton Fred Clipsham Herbert & Margaret Cobb Heather Collins & Hugh Gabruch Eileen Condon Pat Costea Adrienne Cottrell John & Janice Court David & Donna Cowley June Crowe Barrie & Edie Cubbon Joanne Cunningham Philip Curry Mona Dahlstrom Deryl Dangstorp & Laurie Nenson Francine D’Aoust & Norm Pantel Dan & Barbara de Vlieger Maurice & Janet Delage Ella E. Denzin Neil G. Devitt & Lynn Crook Linda Dewhirst Juanita Dielschneider Bryan Dimen Jo-Anne Distasi Barbara-Lynn Dixon Chris & Florence Dizy Isabel Dolman Joan Ann Dolter & Dennis Massel Peter Douglas & Lynne Murphy Eve Dowie Suzanne Downie Terry Downie Jennifer DubÊ

Image Credits (opposite): Leah Brodie: Annual Gala Art Auction, Cydney Toth: Bazaart, Leah Brodie: Art in Bloom, Leah Brodie: Open House, Cydney Toth: Bazaart Images: Leah Brodie: Annual Gala Art Auction, Cydney Toth: Bazaart, Leah Brodie: Art in Bloom, Leah Brodie: Open House, Cydney Toth: Bazaart

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Sharon Dubois Joan Dudley Terri Dunand Bonnie Durnford Joanne Durst Jolene Dusyk Liz Dusyk Noreen Edwards Wynne Edwards Charles & Sharon Eisbrenner Robert & Rosemarie Eisner Geraldine Erickson Lynne Erickson Carolyn Fay Eros Dennis Evans Lori Evert Danette Exner Doug Faller Dolores H. Fehr Brooks Findlay Daphne Fiorante Duncan & Elyse Fisher William & Janet Fleming Pat Foley Erika Folnovic Guy R. Fortier Darren Foster Traci Foster Aaron & Lenore Fox Craig & Judi Francis M. L. Frederick Marcia Frid Kelly Froehlich Brenda Frohlick Roger & Lois Fry Dympna Gallet Ronald Gates & Sherri Cybulski David Gehl Joanne Gerber Donna Gerlach Rose Marie Gilks Vicky Gillies Marnie Gladwell Gordon Glaicar Elizabeth Glendinning Lori Glier

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Mary Ann Globa Sean Goalen & Valerie Phillips Janet Goldman Lyn Goldman Shirley Good Ralph Goodale & Pamela Kendel-Goodale Dr. Alice Goodfellow-Hodges Drs. Peter & Lorna Gorman Patty Gourgaris Dr. Ann Grahame Lois Griffin Jade Gritzfeld Lucia Grob Linda Guest Brian & Susan Haacke John Haas & Carolyn McBean Brigitte Hagues Herb & Fran Haidl Michael Hamann & James McNinch Rose M. Hamilton Vilma Hammond Dona M. Hansen Steven Hanson Karen & Greg Harasen Darcie Harding Benjamin Harmsworth Stephen & Lucia Harold Carla Harris Paul Hartman & Martha McIntyre R.G. Harvey Frances M. Haug Maureen Hawley Anne Heal Judy Heaps Elizabeth Heidt Marj Hendren Virginia Hendrickson 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 Carma Holmes Neal & Margaret Holt Lindsey Hooker Caron & Elaine Hopfner Dave & Mary Hornung Marilyn Houlden Della Howe Lorrie Howe Alice & Jack Huber Dion & Rebecca Huel Joan Humphries R. Bradley & Michelle Hunter Gary Hutchings Jack Ito & Janet Campbell Brandy Iverson Justice Georgina Jackson & Gerald Tegart Thea Jacobs Anita Jadischke JoAnn Jaffe Beverly Jay Joan Johns Julie Johnson William & Sandra Johnstone Kim Jones Sylvia Jones Richard JulĂŠ Vicky Kangles Bob Kardynal Richard Karpa Linda Jean Karst Elizabeth Kazymyra Susan Keith Louise Kelly Sean Kenny Gayle Keple Dawn Kesslering Rick & Brenda Kilarski Shelley Kinash


Mike Kirby Lucy Kirk Carol Klassen Sherry Klatt Susan, Michael & Gene Klein Dennis Klimochko Edward Klopoushak Judith Kocks Lynn Kovach Donald & Claire Kramer Dale Kraus & Dianne Fraser Gerald Kraus & Susan Whitney Arthur & Caroline Krentz Cheryl Krett Rick Krieger Michelle Krueger & Brian Baker Joan Kruger Dale & Cathie Kryzanowski Madhu Kumar Kelly Kummerfield Arlene Kuntz Kristin Kutarna Gates Larry & Elva Kyle Linda Lane Loreen Larson Jacyntha Laviolette Katherine Lawrence & Randy Burton Doris Lazecki Joanna Leach Mary Leach Greg Leake & Lorraine Skinner Blaine & Beryl Ledingham Diana Lee Marilyn I. Lee Paul Leech Kelly Leichert Kama J. Leier Lawrence LeMoal Catherine Lepp Gordon Lewis & Janet Blair Elaine Linton Glenn & Delores Loewen Alison Lohans Dr. Brenda Beckman-Long & Timothy Long Eleanor C. Long

Carla Lorence Dale Lowe & Shirley Young Todd & Kerry Lumbard Barbara Lunney Loraine Lysak Alex MacDonald & Catherine Arthur MacDonald Joshua MacFadden & Jasmine Hawken John & Jean Macfarlane Karen MacFarlane Harold & Jean Mackay Ken & Patricia MacKay Hugh & Lois MacKenzie Randy Mackrill Amber MacLeod Auralee & Murdoch MacPherson E. Magee Jean Mahoney Kathleen Maier Tara Malinowski Penny & Ted Malone Sarla Mann Karen Marchuk Michelle Markatos Jean Markewich Nancy Martin Betty Massier Laura Matz Bonnie McBride Meghan McCreary Donna McCudden Allyson McDonald Ian McDonald Margie & Grant McDonald Sylvia McDonald Allan & Shelley McDougall Marilyn McEwen Robert & Pat McEwen Merle McGowan James & Elizabeth McHattie Sharon McIntosh David L. McIntyre Richard & Bernadette McIntyre Stuart & Jocelyn McIntyre Terence & Sheila McKague

Sandy McKenzie Tracey McMurchy Don Meikle Jacqueline Messer-Lepage David & Anne Millar Iris Miller Dennis Linda Miller-Wenman Denise Mirva Keith & Rae Anne Moen Mike & Linda Monea Patricia Moon Dianne Mooney Susan Moore &Mark Novak Marcel Morin Diane Morris John Mowbray & Kerrie Strathy Valerie Mulholland Daphne Murphy Timothy Murphy & Robin Poitras Rick & Gail Murton Patricia Nakrieko Larry Natrasany Mal & Sharon Nattrass Gordon & Diane Neill Marilyn Nelson Tim Nicholl Stan Nichols Marj Nicholson John & Linda Nilson Kathryn Nogue Gerald & Vivian Norbraten Tim Novak Gosia Nowicki Roberta Nyhus Marla Ogrady Ron Okumura Janice Olinik Frances Olson Arlene Omilon Arthur & Mary Opseth Dale Orban Beverly O’Shea Robert Oslie Frank & Maureen Ottenbreit Martha & Ralph Ottenbreit Jayne M. Paluck

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Anne Parker Donalda Parker & David Anderson Susan Parkin Jack Partridge Karen & Chris Pasterfield Alexander & Linda Paul Val Paulson Barbara Pawson Jane Pawson-Loblaw Kathy Pearpoint John Peet & Dale Delainey Joanne Pelletier Joy Pelling Jeanette Pepper Robert & Meta Perry Dawne Peterson Sandra Pettit Sheila Petty Garth & Gloria Pickard Adriana Pinno Basil & Laura Pogue Deborah Potter Scott & Roxane Priddell Cicely Pritchard Francine Proulx-Kenzle Heather Quale & Wayne Goranson Leslie Quennell Trevor & Norma Quinn Faye Rafter Clive Ramshaw Ken Rasmussen & Suzanne Posyniak Merrilee Rasmussen Sadie Ratner Bob & Lee Rea Marian J. Ready W.F. & Fran Ready Pat Rea-Fraser Tom Bradley & Dawn Redmond-Bradley Angie Reed Will Reed Gloria Reeder Bert Rendall Rheta Renwick Linda Restall Walter Rhead

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Thomas Riffel Lisa Righetti Jerome & Marlene Rink Marina Rist Sheila & Joseph Roberts Collette Robertson Douglas Roe Dr. Alan S. Ross Jacalyn Ross Jim Ross Judy Russell Doan Kim Ryan Carolyn Salloum Sandee Salloum Pat Sargent Bonnie Schaffer Gladys Scheidt Barbara Schentag Jackie Schmidt Monica Schubert Becki Schultz Michael & Marci Scott Diane Secoy Smith Shirley Sefton Jan Seibel Irene Seiberling & Marlon Marshall Randy Semenchuck & Michele Roland Semenchuck Rommel & Arlyn Seno Ken & Bette Sexton Jeanne Shami Maya Sharma Barbara Shirkie Frank Showell Dr. Jacqui Shumiatcher William Shupe & Catherine Milligan Joanne Silzer Louise Simard Garry & Sheryl Simons Douglas & Betty Anne Sinclair Patricia Sinclair Colin & Mae Smith Janis Smith & Don Tingle Linda Smith Isaac & Kathryn Sneath Jodi Sobool Lynn St. Onge

Brad & Sandra Staples-Jetko Robert & Kathy Stedwill Chris Stephens Jacquie Stewart Linda Stewart Dietlind Stice Kathy Stokes Ginger Street Marguerite Suchet Dr. Robin Swales I. & P. Szlazak Nancy Talsness Hordern Bill & Gaye Taylor Louise Tessier Elaine Thompson Grant & Verna Thompson Jill Thornton & Kevin O’Dell Vianne Timmons Mieka Tomilin Lynn & Jim Tomkins E. Toupich Carol Tourigny Melva Towne Maria Trebuss Carol Tremblay Wayne Tunison & Julia Krueger Cathy & Ken Turner Larrissa Tusa Adeline Ullrich Robert & Jane Ursan Mark Vajcner Brenda Valiaho Elaine Vallevand William Vancise & Sybile Tremblay Judy Verbeke Twyla Virtue Lourdes Von Ledebur Andrea Wagner & Don Hall Jeanie Wagner Peggy Wakeling Kathleen Wall Mary & Duncan Wallace Flora Waller Tammy Ward Leslie & Shirley Warden Debra Wardle B-Ware Consulting Inc


Winniefred Warren Gord & Laurie Webster Lorraine Weidner Cherie Westmoreland Irene White Victoria R. Whitmore John & Susan Whittick John & Tessa Whyte Gordon Wicijowski Linda Wiens Margaret Wigmore Stewart & Marianne Wilkinson Marjorie Will Dr. Alice Goodfellow & Margaret Anne Hodges Gary & Wendy Williams NWL Contemporary Dresses Pam Willis Caron Wilson Donald K. & Kathleen Wilson Malcolm & Lois Wilson Mark & Susan Wittrup Alex & Anita Wlodarczyk Sherry Wolf Lena Woolley Wendy Wright Sarah Wyatt Rose Wynnyk Aleana Young Daryle Young Loranne Young Bernard & Rosalie Zagorin Ted C. Zarzeczny & Tracey Bakkeli Zarin Zavery Judy Zawacki Larry & Karolee Zawislak Lilyans Zelade Frances & Donald Zerr Margot Ziemann Karen Zinkhan

Image Credits (above): Leah Brodie: Art in Bloom, Leah Brodie: Celebration of Giving, Leah Brodie: Artist Trading Card

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FUNDERS, CORPORATE SPONSORS & DONORS CORE FUNDING PROVIDED BY:

CORPORATE SPONSORS Gold $10,000+ Enbridge Pipelines Inc. Leader-Post Rawlco Radio SaskTel Silver $5,000 - $9,999 Brown Communications Deloitte Great-West, London Life and Canada Life Greystone Managed Investments Prairie Dog SaskEnergy SaskPower Taylor Automotive Group Bronze Up to $4,999 91.3 CJTR Advantage Sign & Display Beam Global Spirits Beautiful Beginnings carey shaw : photography

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Crave CTV Imagination Ink Impact Printers Koko Patisserie MAACO Collision Repair & Auto Painting Nunavut Development Corporation Victoria Square Hearing

DONORS President’s Circle $2,000+ The Estate of Betty Lorraine Barootes BMO Bank of Montreal Drs. Lewis & Elisabeth Brandt Neil G. Devitt & Lynn Crook Donald & Claire Kramer Foundation Fafard Sculpture Reginald Hamilton Donald & Nancy Hipperson Douglas & Cindy Johnson Wee Lee

The Estate of Elizabeth MacPherson Robert & Meta Perry Ann & Roger Phillips Foundation Ken & Bette Sexton Dr. Jacqui Shumiatcher Bill & Joan Wheatley Bernard & Rosalie Zagorin Patron $1,000 - $1,999 Elaine & Paul Bourassa Martha Cole Kyle Herranen Caron & Elaine Hopfner Michael Hosaluk Miranda Jones Dorothy Knowles Susan Whitney & Gerald Kraus Larry & Elva Kyle Jefferson Little & Rosanne Wood Lyn Goldman Harold & Jean Mackay Robert & Pat McEwen Doug & Shanna McNair Stan Nichols Gerald & Vivian Norbraten

Anne Parker Gary & Laura Redhead SK Court of Appeal in Recognition of the Honourable. W.J. Vancise Susan Whitney Art Appraisals Taylor Automotive Group David Thauberger Andrea Wagner & Don Hall Debbie Wozniak-Bonk Benefactor $500 - $999 Bruce Anderson & Dianne Warren Norman Bercovich Harry & Fran Clarke Barrie & Edie Cubbon Terry Downie David Garneau & Sylvia Ziemann Dr. Alice Goodfellow & Margaret Anne Hodges Paul Hartman & Martha McIntyre Elizabeth Heidt Marsha Kennedy


John Kutarna in Memory of Veronica Kutarna Eleanor C. Long MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers Auralee & Murdoch MacPherson Jeannie Mah Merle McGowan John & Mary-Jean Mollard John & Linda Nilson Donalda Parker & David Anderson Wilf & Sandi Perreault Sheila Petty Stephen Powell & Pam Klein Sadie Ratner RBC Royal Bank Employee Volunteer Program in Recognition of Mark Stefan Jason Robins Rommel & Arlyn Seno Brenda Smith Bill & Gaye Taylor Lynn & Jim Tomkins Morley Wagner Peggy Wakeling Merv & Cathy Warner James & Tracy Youck Anonymous (1) Associate $300-$499 2-4-1 Pizza Colony Coffee & Tea Stephen & Lucia Harold Harvard Western Insurance Joshua MacFadden & Jasmine Hawken McDougall Gauley LLP Richard & Bernadette McIntyre Stuart & Jocelyn McIntyre

Gaynor & Barry Novak Prairie Advertising Sweet Ambrosia Bakeshoppe Anonymous (1) Sponsor $100 - $299 Sylvia & Vince Aitken Ken & Gwen Alecxe Allan Widger Consulting Corp. Wendy Allard & Earl Bean Melody Armstrong Marjorie Badham Barbara Barootes Mary & Cliff Baylak Elayne Bennett Fox Douglas Bentham Margaret Bessai & Gerald Saul Margaret Biffin Cameron & Dongyan Blachford Alex Brown Rosemarie Burgess Leona Burkhart Bob & Jean Cameron Lynn Channing Marion Chase Kathy Cliche Fred Clipsham Nancy E. Croll Da India Sweets & Curry Restaurant Inc. Deryl Dangstorp & Laurie Nenson Roland Daum Ella E. Denzin Dr. Biswa Datta Medical Prof. Corp. Lloyd Dubois Terri Dunand Lois Dusyk Darren Foster Aaron & Lenore Fox Hans & Merle Gaastra

John & Ethelene Gareau Ralph Goodale & Pamela Kendel-Goodale Lois Griffin John Haas & Carolyn McBean Michael Hamann & James McNinch Sandra Harmel Frances M. Haug Shirley Higgs Ian & Elaine Hill Gayl Hipperson Sherri Hrycay David Innes Edward Klopoushak Judy Kosloski Arthur & Caroline Krentz Mary Leach Kama J. Leier Dale Lowe & Shirley Young Ian MacDonald Alex MacDonald & Catherine Arthur Ken & Patricia MacKay Hugh & Lois MacKenzie E. Magee George Maier Allan & Shelley McDougall James & Elizabeth McHattie Terence & Sheila McKague Rachel Mielke Michael Milani & Diane Runge Milani Margaret Millar Marcel Morin Jason Moser Mullen Bob Marilyn Nelson Basil & Laura Pogue Leslie Quennell Bob & Lee Rea W.F. & Fran Ready Marian J. Ready

Tom Bradley & Dawn Redmond-Bradley Rheta Renwick Harriet Ross Pat Sargent Savaria Public Relations Gladys Scheidt Susan & Bryce Schurr Diane Secoy Smith Frank Showell Colin & Mae Smith Dietlind Stice Sandra Stretten Jack Sures John & Louise Sutherland Christy Thackeray E. Toupich Melva Towne Maria Trebuss Rod Tyler & Mary Ann Czekanski Adeline Ullrich Mark Vajcner Robert & Brenda Watson John & Tessa Whyte Gordon Wicijowski Margaret Wigmore Ted C. Zarzeczny & Tracey Bakkeli Norman Zepp & Judith Varga Anonymous (3) Supporter $99 or less Ethel Argan Bob & Gesa Arscott Association of Fundraising Professionals (Regina Chapter) in Honour of Kathy Greenwood B-Ware Consulting Inc Jason Leo Bantle Duane & Winnifred Barber Cheryl Barber June Barber

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Shelley Hayden Megan J. Hazel Marj Hendren Garth & Donna Herbert Joyce Herle Louise Hoffert Neal & Margaret Holt Sue Hunchuk Joan Hunter Sandie Irvine Vicky Kangles Louise Kelly Tyler Kilkenny Sandra G. Kuntz Ron & Rusty Kurenda John & Monica Kurtz Kristin Kutarna Gates Yvonne Kydd Katherine Lawrence & Randy Burton Kelly Leichert Edna Lethbridge Alison Lohans Barbara Lunney Kristin MacPherson Kathie Maher-Wolbaum Mel Malinowski Catherine Ann Marr Annette Martell in Honour of Brooke Yeates

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Kirsten Matthies Sylvia McDonald Meagan McEwen Susan McKay Anne McLellan Carolynn Meginbir Raelynne Mills Claude Morin Gaye Moss John Mowbray & Kerrie Strathy Rick & Gail Murton Gordon & Diane Neill Jim & Jackie Nodge William & Terry Oehler Beverly O’Shea Frank & Maureen Ottenbreit Brent Parkin Karen & Chris Pasterfield Barbara Pawson Erin Pell Louise Perrin Deborah Potter Francine Proulx-Kenzle Trevor & Norma Quinn Ken Rasmussen & Suzanne Posyniak Sheila & Joseph Roberts Collette Robertson

Anita Rocamora Amy Skrocki Geordie & Liz Smith Jody Stewart Sherry Stewart Martin Tagseth Audrey Taylor-Faye Marlene Thackray Irene Tillusz Tinhouse Designs Mieka Tomilin Trixy Links Chainwear Judy Tryon Ted Uchacz Judy Verbeke Deb Vereschagin Jeanie Wagner Mary & Duncan Wallace Kathleen Wandler Winniefred Warren Gord & Laurie Webster Lorraine Weidner David & Wilma Wessel Cherie Westmoreland Whitemud Clay Stewart & Marianne Wilkinson Ken Wilkinson Alex & Anita Wlodarczyk Lloyd & Alinor Wood

Judy Wood Lena Woolley Elaine Yeomans Loranne Young Bernard Zaharik Anonymous (16) In Memoriam In Memory of Elizabeth & Oliver Brett Trevor & Norma Quinn In Memory of Margaret Jean Matheson Donald & Claire Kramer Art Donation Michael Boss Lillian Degenstein Richard Dyck Deborah Dyck Aganetha Dyck Rosalie Favell Wanda Koop Anne Mercer John Noestheden Richard Prince Eve Wahn Tim Whiten


LEAH BRODIE: BMO DONATION

A Gift from the BMO Financial Group On May 29, 2012 BMO Financial Group announced a donation of $100,000 to the MacKenzie Art Gallery. This donation funds the BMO Learning Centre which enhance programs that serve more than 60,000 visitors each year. “We are profoundly grateful for the support of BMO Financial Group. This investment and longstanding partnership will enable the MacKenzie Art Gallery to increase participation in the arts by youth and families. The BMO Learning Centre is a one-of-a-kind, innovative resource for our community,” said Jeremy Morgan, Executive Director, MacKenzie Art Gallery. The donation will go towards the naming of the BMO Learning Centre which is open during gallery hours, seven days a week. The BMO Learning Centre is an interactive and creative space

filled with hands-on exhibition-related activities to inspire the artist in everyone. Admission to both the MacKenzie Art Gallery and BMO Learning Centre is free. “Investing in arts education is an investment in our children’s future. The vision of the MacKenzie Art Gallery is to make the arts accessible to all and encourage people to explore their own creative potential and use art to break down barriers and foster dialogue,” said Mike Darling, District Vice President, Saskatchewan for BMO Bank of Montreal.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES & STAFF MACKENZIE ART GALLERY STAFF AS OF MARCH 31, 2013 Administration

Jeremy Morgan – Executive Director Gaynor Novak – Manager Administration (to June 2012) Jackie Lindenbach – Manager - Finance & Operations Caitlin Mullan – Executive Assistant Karastin Michalyica – Accountant Margie McDonald – Accountant to (November 2012)

Curatorial

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

Education

Ken Duczek, Gallery Educator – Outreach Nicolle Nugent, Gallery Educator – Community Programs Wendy Winter, Gallery Educator – School & Youth Programs Lorraine Skinner, Administrative Assistant – Education (to July 2012) Sheri McEachern, Administrative Assistant – Education

Marketing & Communications

Leah Brodie, Marketing & Communications Manager Mindy Calder, Marketing & Media Relations Assistant

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Development & Membership

Kimberley Fyfe, Corporate Relations (to February 2013) Matt Fox, Corporate Relations (Term) Jessica Bouvet, Membership & Relations

Gallery Shop

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

MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers

Dawne Pederson, Volunteer Coordinator

Security

Marica Dormuth Mel Gramchuk Lorraine Oleskiw Rita Schuck Georgina Sobchyshyn Gerry Thompson Darlene Tincher

Gallery Shop Clerks, Gallery Facilitators, Term Employees and Summer Students Toby Anderson, Mia Bell, Whitney Blaisdell, Sage Bob, Peter Brass, Christopher Brown, Justin Cook, Troy Coulterman, Marc Courtemanche, Kelcie DeWildt, Sonia Griffiths, Michael Hamann, Klye Herranen, Tess Maciag, Adam Martin, Sandra Massey, Roxann McAtee, Crystal Massier, Lydia Miliokas, Sharon Pelletier, Robert Popescul, Jessica Richter, Amanda Rieger, Melanie Rose, Danielle Sakundiak, Brendan Schick, John Steppler, Melissa Strachan, Cydney Toth, Ashley Tuchescherer


DON HALL

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Members

Amanda Baker Andrea Wagner Brooks Findlay Dr. Barbara Keirnes Young Dr. Tom Chase Glenn Gordon (to April 2012) Jacquie Messer-Lepage Jeff Erbach Josh MacFadden Louis Browne (to October 2012) Mark Stefan Marty Klyne Pam Klein Robert Perry Shanna McNair

Sheila Petty Terry Downie Thelfa Yee-Toi

Nominating Committee Andrea Wagner Josh MacFadden Mark Stefan Shanna McNair

Acquisition Committee

Audit & Finance Committee Doug Johnson Shanna McNair, Chair Terry Downie Robert Perry

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

Sheila Petty Mark Vajcner Carmen Robertson Jeannie Mah Randall Rogers (to December 2012)

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SUMMARY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 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.

Jeremy Morgan, Executive Director June 12, 2013

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Jackie Lindenbach, Director of Operations June 12, 2013


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, 2013 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, 2013. We expressed an unmodified audit opinion on those financial statements in our report dated June 12, 2013. 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, 2013 are a fair summary of those financial statements on the basis described in Note 1. However, the restated comparative information is unaudited to the equivalent extent as the audited financial statements of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated for the year ended March 31, 2013. The comparative information of the audited financial statements is described in our audit opinion in our report dated June 12, 2013. Our Comparative Information paragraph of our audit opinion draws attention to Note 2 of those financial statements which describes that MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated adopted Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations on April 1, 2012 with a transition date of April 1, 2011. These standards were applied retrospectively by management to the comparative information in those financial statements, including the balance sheet as at March 31, 2012 and April 1, 2011, and the statements of revenue and expenses, changes in equity, and cash flows for the year ended March 31, 2012 and related disclosures. We were not engaged to report on the restated comparative information, and as such, it is unaudited. Our audit opinion states that, those financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated as at March 31, 2013, and the results of its operations, changes in net assets and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-forprofit organizations.

Chartered Accountants June 12, 2013 Regina, Saskatchewan

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MACKENZIE ART GALLERY MacKenzie Art EXPENSES Gallery SUMMARY STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND Statement of Revenues and Expenses FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2013 For the year ended March 31, 2013 IN CDN DOLLARS (in CDN dollars) March 31, 2013

Revenue Operating grants (Schedule 1) Programming grants (Schedule 2) Fund raising (Schedule 3) Earned (Schedule 4) Gallery shop (Schedule 5) Other (Note 9)

$

$ Expenses Administration Salaries and benefits Administrative Amortization

$

Marketing & Development Marketing and communications Development

Programming Education Exhibitions Outreach program

Collection Management General Acquisition shipping and appraisal Permanent collection (Note 5)

$

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

1,299,662 428,668 271,155 142,934 24,175 34,532 2,201,126

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

1,373,156 126,622 540,635 2,040,413

91,068 7,787 98,855

95,401 8,329 103,730

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

50,313 313,726 20,054 384,093

36,012 19,265 62,724 118,001

40,975 1,576 69,750 112,301

2,870,907

$

2,640,537

Deficiency of revenue over expenses before the following

(578,272)

(439,411)

Donations of Art (Note 5) Permanent Collection Donations (Note 5)

260,350 (260,350)

195,246 (195,246)

(578,272) $

(439,411)

Deficiency of revenue over expenses for the year

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March 31, 2012 (unaudited) (Note 13)

$


MACKENZIE ART GALLERY Art Gallery SUMMARYMacKenzie BALANCE SHEET Balance Sheet AT MARCH AsAS at March 31, 201331, 2013

INCDN CDN DOLLARS (in dollars)

March 31, 2013

Assets Current assets Cash Short-term investments (Note 4) Accounts receivable Government remittances receivable Grants receivable Inventories Prepaid expenses

$

April 1, 2011 (unaudited) (Note 13)

347,142 $ 749,102 7,453 6,451 80,190 105,384 588 1,296,310

481,263 $ 710,293 9,832 5,990 82,733 104,352 4,271 1,398,734

412,201 795,171 22,659 3,666 55,965 111,156 9,480 1,410,298

1 974,284 57,162 277,069 1,308,516

1 1,433,377 100,828 261,851 1,796,057

1 1,828,815 40,136 267,287 2,136,239

$

2,604,826 $

3,194,791 $

3,546,537

$

381,366 $ 118,863 500,229

374,391 $ 137,531 511,922

364,070 60,187 424,257

Objects of art (Note 5) Capital assets tangible (Note 6a) Capital assets intangible (Note 6b) Long-term investments (Note 4)

Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Deferred revenue (Note 7)

March 31, 2012 (unaudited) (Note 13)

Equity Unrestricted Externally restricted in long-term investments Internally restricted (Note 8)

$

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

53,982 50,000 2,578,887 2,682,869

8,237 50,000 3,064,043 3,122,280

2,604,826 $

3,194,791 $

3,546,537

1. Basis of preparation The summary financial statements are derived from the audited financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2013 prepared in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit 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 distorting or obscuring matters disclosed in the related audited financial statements, including the notes thereto. The audited financial statements of MacKenzie Art Gallery Incorporated are available at www.mackenzieartgallery.ca. 2. Comparative information The comparative figures from 2012 were audited by another public accounting firm prior to the adoption of Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations. As these new standards were applied retrospectively by management, the impact of the adoption has not been reported on and therefore the comparative information has been marked “unaudited� in the summary financial statements.

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