As the 13-month run of her work our future is in the land: if we listen to it at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York comes to a close, Dr. Julie Nagam mounts another immersive, multifaceted work at the University of Winnipeg’s Gallery 1C03.
“I’ve been in Winnipeg my whole life. I only started liking it a year ago."
“Humans now change the Earth’s systems more than all natural forces combined."
“Sparkle and shine. That’s what I love. That’s the theme of my life.”
1. Andrew Harris (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
2. Patrik Laine (Winnipeg Jets)
3. Desiree Scott (Utah Royals FC, Canadian national team)
1. Cora Wiens (Eadha Bread)
2. Amanda Kinden (Oh Doughnuts)
3. Suzanne Gessler (The Pennyloaf Bakery)
1. Ana Damaskin (capital broadway)
2. Mandel Hitzer (deer + almond)
3. Honourable mentions: Ben Kramer, Chris Gama, Grant Danyluk
In January 2018, Winnipeg-based filmmaker Mike Maryniuk’s first-ever feature-length film premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. It had its North American premiere last month at the Festival du nouveau cinéma in Montreal.
About two years ago, multi-disciplinary media artist duo Julie Gendron and Emma Hendrix were visiting Iceland when they got an email about a job opportunity.
On an episode of the Dick Cavett Show from December 1970, Canadian literary scholar and cultural philosopher Marshall McLuhan was introduced as “a prophet of the electronic revolution.”
When conductor/percussionist Julian Pellicano found out he was going to be the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra’s new resident conductor five years ago, he booked a three-day house-hunting trip.
The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre hosts the Canadian premiere production of Qui Nguyen’s Vietgone, directed by his long- time collaborator Robert Ross Parker at Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre.
“We’re always classically – sadly – ahead of our time.”
For the fourth time, the century-old WIN Herbarium at the University of Manitoba presents a kaleidoscope of organically inspired artworks from a roster of local creative contributors.
“I recently found out that Heather has the greatest rise and fall of popularity in history of any woman’s name. In the late ’80s, it got extremely popular, and now nobody’s named Heather ever.”
Society at large places a greater value on knowing rather than on asking, on speaking rather than listening.
Studio 54 is the confession of a man trying to find closure, trying to explain himself to his family, to the world at large – though on his own terms. Ian Schrager is setting the record as straight as he feels is responsible in a (mostly) flattering light.
Adam Araujo and Victoria King began their cohabitation this past February.
There is an incredible concentration of artists in Winnipeg. Last week's Nuit Blanche celebrations revealed the city’s voracious appetite for art.
“I’ve got unfinished business here."