For several years now the MacKenzie Art Gallery has hosted an annual fall fundraiser to help support various exhibition and education programming that goes on at the gallery during the rest of the year. Above, for instance, is an image from the Wilf Perreault exhibition In The Alley that is on at the gallery until Jan. 4.
Last year, the MacKenzie co-hosted the gala with the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. This year, the gallery is going it alone, but you can expect the same great food (gourmet canapes, to be specific), liquid refreshments and live entertainment. In addition, there are live and silent auctions featuring work by some of Saskatchewan’s finest artists.
The gala will be held at the MacKenzie on Oct. 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Dress is formal, and tickets are $90 for gallery members and $100 for non-members. You can find out more information here.
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