Mackenzie Art Gallery

Regina, SK Gallery or Museum
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Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Standing Capacity200
Seating Capacity
3475 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4S 6X6
Onsite Catering
3475 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4S 6X6



  • AV Capabilities
  • Furniture
  • Other Decor (Bring your own)
  • Space (Private)
  • Table Linens (Bring your own)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • Staging Area

Alcohol and Catering

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Kitchen

Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms6
Standing Capacity200
Largest Room0 sq. m
Second Largest Room0 sq. m
Space (Private)Available



  • Complimentary Parking
  • Valet Parking


Additional Information

The MacKenzie Art Gallery is the legacy of Norman MacKenzie, K.C. (1869 – 1936), a prominent Regina lawyer and a pioneer and patron of the arts. From 1911 to 1936 he assembled the first art collection of note in Saskatchewan. MacKenzie provided the impetus for the Gallery when, upon his death in 1936, he bequeathed his collection, along with an endowment to the University of Saskatchewan, Regina College. The Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery opened in 1953 as a university-run gallery, and was located at the Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan (later known as the University of Regina). The Gallery quickly developed a national reputation for its leading-edge contemporary exhibitions, and later for its innovative educational and provincial extension programs. In May 1990, the Gallery gained autonomy from the University of Regina and became incorporated as the community-based MacKenzie Art Gallery it is known as today. With the name and organizational change, the MacKenzie Art Gallery moved into its new and expanded facilities in the T.C. Douglas Building at 3475 Albert Street.

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