Mendel Art Gallery Hands on Tours

Tours & Workshops

Mendel PotashCorp
School Hands-on Tours 2014-15

Interactive, Engaging and Inspiring:
Showcasing the Mendel Art Gallery’s unique learning environment.
Comparing and contrasting original works of art in the Gallery setting.
Revealing the ideas of a wide variety of professional historical and contemporary artists.
Making art relevant and exciting to students.

Classroom activities for the Mendel Art Gallery School Program Poster
The Mendel PotashCorp School Hands-on Tours 2014-15 poster features a Vic Cicansky sculpture.

School Year At-A-Glance
High School Tours and Workshops

Tour Themes
(applicable to each exhibition period)

Art Core (All Grades)
Shape (Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 1)
Colour (Grades 2 through 5)
Viewing and Representing: Connecting Visual and Language Arts (Grades 1 through 6)
ArtHealthy (All Grades): Access healing and growth through the creative process. Recommended for groups with special needs or working on social skills.
Your Choice of Theme: We can customize your tour to connect to most curricula.

Length and Cost

1⁄2 hour: $30
Tour for high schools only

1 hour: $40
Tour only, no hands-on

1 1⁄2 hours: $60
Tour, interactive discussion, and hands-on

2 hours: $75
Grade 6 and up: tour, interactive discussion, and extra hands-on

2 hours: $130 and up
Sustained workshop in classroom or at the Mendel Art Gallery, no tour

1⁄2 or 1 day: $120–$230
Art Immersion Program: projects at the Mendel Art Gallery and in the classroom. Call Public Programs Coordinator Laura Kinzel at (306) 975-8052 for details

Book Now
Click here to book online.
Do you have something special that you would like to try? Call Laura Kinzel, at (306) 975-8052.

Exhibition Tour

Free exhibition tour every Sunday at 1 p.m.
Meet in the lobby. No registration required.

Mendel Podcast

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Download artist features, panel discussions, audio tours, and the Mendel Podcast.

Location & Hours

950 Spadina Crescent East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Regular Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Free admission