Unlikely connections are at the core of Faces Places.
The term “musician” feels too vague to sum up Mitch Dorge’s accomplishments.
Ruches fantômes / Ghost Hives, the newest exhibition by artist Valérie Chartrand, uses multiple media to explore disappearing bees with apocalyptic regard.
Tesia Rhind is quickly becoming one of Winnipeg’s most-talked-about tattoo apprentices.
Documentarian Errol Morris has made some of the medium’s most defining pictures. The Fog of War earned him an Oscar, and The Thin Blue Line wrote the book on true-crime docs while freeing an innocent man from death row.
Propagandhi has always been a political band. Since their inception in 1986, the group has embraced an anarcho-punk ethos centred on social justice that seems especially relevant in 2017. However, bassist and vocalist Todd Kowalski says that 2017 is business as usual for Propagandhi.
Gallery 1C03’s SHARDS is an active conversation between history and the present.
Ever since she began playing music in high school, local musician Bailee Woods has stuck by one key philosophy: give your bands weird names.
The moviegoing experience has been a part of Winnipeg culture since the 19th century. More than just a leisure activity, how and where Winnipeggers see movies can be a barometer for gauging local cultural and economic trends.
A surreal and sprawling sci-fi meditation, Stalker is set in a dystopian future society whose fabric is forever altered by the appearance of “The Zone,” a mysterious geographic space of seemingly otherworldly origins.
Teaching has been a constant factor in the lives of George Buri and Jennifer Cheslock. Buri, a history educator at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg, first began teaching in 2009, shortly before Cheslock moved on from her gig as a high school art teacher to work in theatre.
The word “obituary” can have misleading connotations.
“I don’t think our exes should be exiled.” This is the core sentiment behind Loverboys, the new solo exhibition by visual artist Carrie Bryson.
Graffiti art collective Two Six has reunited for Aiming Too High, their first collaborative exhibition in over a decade.
When Dr. Annette Trimbee moved to Winnipeg in 2014, finding the right neighbourhood was a bit of a Goldilocks-and-the-Three Bears situation.
For the Urban Issue, The Uniter is reviewing facets of Winnipeg itself.
As the school year wraps up, many high-achieving University of Winnipeg (U of W) students will likely receive a surprise letter from the Golden Key International Honour Society. The letter offers lifetime honour society membership to the top-scoring 15 per cent of the student body for a one-time fee.
Iconic indie film pioneer Jim Jarmusch’s newest feature, Paterson, showcases the director at his best.
It’s instantly clear when walking into Malaikah Rang’inya’s home that she has a passion for décor.
In March of 2016, artists Elvira Finnigan and Lisa Wood transformed the University of Winnipeg’s Gallery 1C03 into a temporary dining hall.