The History of Mann
There is plenty to do and see in Prince Albert but nothing beats the Mann Art Gallery. It is truly one of the great pillars in Prince Albert’s arts culture.
The Mann Art Gallery has a history of its own. The museum was established in 1976 under the name of Little Gallery by a group of 12 volunteers and was based out of Prince Albert City Hall.
In 2003, when the E. A. Rawlinson Centre construction was completed they had the space and need of an art gallery. The Little Gallery moved in and became known as The Art Gallery of Prince Albert.
In 2010, Roger and Diane Mann (of Mann Motor Products) signed an investment agreement with the gallery that prompted the Little Gallery to become the Mann Art Gallery. In 2015, The Mann Art Gallery entered a partnership with the Prince Albert Council for the Arts, whose mission aligned with The Mann Art Gallery’s. Together, they strive to focus on incorporating local and regional artists.
Despite their change in name and location, their mission has remained the same; to bring the community together through the appreciation and development of visual arts. The Mann Art Gallery is open Monday through Saturday 10:00am until 5:00pm. You can also contact the gallery at (306) 763-7080 or firstname.lastname@example.org