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Matthew Goud is no stranger to Winnipeg.
The co-founder and co-owner of Cre8ery gallery and studio, nominee as a Future Leader of Manitoba, Winnipeg Arts Council Award of Distinction winner and a keynote speaker at the Northwestern Ontario Artpreneur Conference – it’s safe to say Jordan Miller has offered much to the Canadian art scene.
Everyone who has ever been to the Winnipeg Folk Festival has had to listen to self-proclaimed Fest veterans tell their nostalgically self-indulgent tales recounting their first time at the festival.
The iconic Winnipeg venue the West End Cultural Centre keeps getting more beautiful with age – this time with a new set of steel sculptures by local artist James Culleton adorning the venerable venue’s façade, tying together the creativity of the space visually.
Local artist Reymond Pagé travelled the world for 275 days, going 30,000 miles by plane, boat, train, bus, car, rickshaw, camel and foot. It’s something most of us can only dream of, but Pagé has turned it all into an art exhibit, where the viewer can come along for the ride.
“And buying three of these will not even make you a shallow bitch!”
I am the perfect product of my compulsory educational system.
“Oh, believe! We still have aces up our sleeves / You missed the point – delivery is key.”
Local artist Dominique Rey’s exhibition Pilgrims is an exploration of the beautiful and the grotesque; it is a collection of portraits that will thrill you and make you cringe.
Edmonton trio The City Streets’ third release, The Jazz Age, oozes emotion you can feel as you listen to each song.
There is no doubt about it – Bodies… The Exhibition brings controversy along with it wherever it goes, and Winnipeg is no exception.
Raunchy comedy musician J. Williamez takes a hiatus from corrupting virgin ears to focus on school, business side of media industry
At first glance, Melissa Krawetz and Arthur Paguio’s design studio and art gallery doesn’t give away much.
Simply put, this 12-track standout sophomore effort puts this young New York band beyond their years.
Exit through the Gift Shop is an intriguing documentary by British graffiti artist Banksy.
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This inaugural full-length by Winnipeg-based XVI Eyes (16 Eyes) is a testament to their dedication, as it took two years and a series of line-up changes to finally coalesce.
The theme running through San Francisco singer-songwriter Jesse DeNatale’s next record may not strike people as earth-shattering at first: relationships.