Each year around this time the MacKenzie Art Gallery hosts a gala fundraiser to help support gallery operations. The 2015 gala goes on Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.
You can find out more information on the MAG website. But the event typically includes entertainment, refreshments of both the liquid and solid variety, and live and silent auctions.
In addition to all the festivities, you’ll also be able to check out the exhibitions that are currently on display at the gallery. These include:
EDITION ADDITION II Exhibition of prints from the permanent collection that explores the ambiguous space between unique art object and mass-produced poster. Artists include Andy Warhol, Mary Pratt and Christopher Finn. (Until Nov. 22.)
ROSALIE FAVELL: (RE)FACING THE CAMERA Exhibition of 283 portraits of indigenous artists and curators interspersed with four paintings inspired by photos from Favell’s family archive. (Until Nov. 22.)
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT: THE DRS. MORRIS AND JACQUI SHUMIATCHER COLLECTION Exhibition of Inuit sculpture and Western art that was donated to the gallery by the Shumiatchers. Curated by Timothy Long and Alex King. (Until Jan. 3.)
RODNEY LATOURELLE: THE STEPPED FORM Sculptural installation composed of multi-coloured modules that explore the changing nature of public spaces. (Until April 24.)
AUDREY DREVER: NO. I DON’T SPEAK CREE In this MFA exhibition, the artist explores the loss of her indigenous language through the multiple generations. (Until Oct. 18.)