Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making
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The MacKenzie Art Gallery would like to thank the following individuals:

The artists of Regina Clay for their creative contribution and generous cooperation.


Timothy Long, Head Curator
Kate Davis, Director
Bruce Anderson, Collections Manager
Wendy Winter, Gallery Educator, School & Youth Programs
Heidi Karlonas, Administrative Assistant, Curatorial
Angela Beck, Curatorial Assistant
Aimee Keyowski, Curatorial Assistant
Brenda Smith, Conservator
John Peet, Installations Officer
Steve Reilly, Preparator
Ralph Skanes, Preparator – Facilities
Glenn Hubich, Preparator – Facilities

Content Contributors:
Sandra Alfoldy, Assistant Professor of Historical and Critical Studies, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
David Howard, Associate Professor of Historical and Critical Studies, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Julia Krueger, Independent Scholar
Anne Mclellan, Ceramic Artist
Wayne Morgan, Consultant, 19th and 20th Century Popular Culture

Advisory Committee:
Wayne Morgan, Consultant, 19th and 20th Century Popular Culture
Sue Jefferies, Curator, Modern and Contemporary Ceramics, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
Christine Sowiak, Curator of Art, Nickle Arts Museum
Virginia Eichhorn, Curator, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery
Jonathan E. Smith, Curator, Burlington Art Centre
Lynda Oliver, Arts Education Consultant, Saskatchewan Learning
Dianne Warren, Multidisciplinary Arts/Education Consultant, Saskatchewan Arts Board
Rory MacDonald, Head, Department of Visual Arts, University of Regina

Site Development and Coordination:


Darin Freitag – Project Manager
Jennifer Bullock – Project Co-ordinator
Maciek Linowski – Principal Photographer
Zac Marshal – Video Editing and Production
Darren Suzuki – Video Editing and Production

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Web Development:
Kevin Airgid - Design & Creative Direction
Bela Korcsog - Programming

3-D Digital Imaging:
Mike Betts, President AVT Studios
Tim Chau and Shoji Adachi – Graphics production and programming

Videography and  Production:
Mark Wihak, Department of Media Production and Studies, University of Regina
Gursh Madhur, Manager, Community Programming, Access Communications

Jean Paiment, Pepperbox Productions Inc.

Institut français, University of Regina 

Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making was organized and circulated by the MacKenzie Art Gallery with the support of the Museums Assistance Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage. The MacKenzie Art Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.

Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making
Lenders to the Exhibition

Victor Cicansky
Joe Fafard
Doreen and Duncan Fisher
Robert Hayes
Beth Hone
Marilyn Levine
Estate of Sid Levine
Maija Peeples-Bright and Billy D. Bright
Private Collection
Robert Roycroft
Richard Spafford
Drs. Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher
Patricia Wiens
Russell Yuristy

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
The Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto
Burlington Art Centre, Burlington, Ontario
The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa
Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau
Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa
The Edmonton Art Gallery
Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto
Glenbow Museum, Calgary
MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina
MacKenzie Gallery Volunteers, Regina
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary
The Richard L. Nelson Gallery and The Arts Collection, UC Davis
The Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection, Regina
University of California, Berkeley Art Museum
University of Lethbridge Art Collection
University of Regina Archives and Special Collections

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