Remai Modern surpasses targets for visitors, revenue in first year

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on October 25th, 2018

Even Gregory Burke, the man tasked with making the Remai Modern a success, is surprised by the extent the art gallery exceeded its goals and expectations in its first year. The once-controversial project, which marks a year of operation on Sunday, attracted more than double the visitors it expected, hosting 453,176 when 190,000 were anticipated. The new Saskatoon attraction beat its revenue goals for admissions and memberships in its first year, erasing fears that gallery officials could ask city council for more money. Read more...
 

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