Arts

  • Arts briefs

    Manitoba Opera: The Barber of Seville as styled by Al Simmons // As Immense as the Sky by Meryl McMaster // Virtual burlesque and pole-dance performances by Shane Sable and Lynx Chase // Futures Barren/Futures Abundant by April Dean // I’m Not Your Kinda Princess by Lori Blondeau at Plug In // “The Way It Would Be” new single by Field Guide

  • Critipeg: Sex Education

    “Episode One,” streaming on Netflix

  • The Uniter Speaker Series presents Big Freedia

    Age of Aquarius 

  • Looking for light

    Photography exhibition reflects on happier and darker times

  • Black-made films deserve Canada’s attention

    Media hush surrounding Black Bodies indicates lack of support for Black filmmakers

  • Roger that

    Origin Stories: Madeleine Roger

  • Arts briefs

    Irish songs for ukulele // Digital Dramaturgy Initiative // Into the Nexus at Cr8ery // Visions of Swan Lake // Music ‘N’ Mavens // St. Patrick’s Day with the Dust Rhinos

  • A Fire in the Cold Season

    Streaming on Prime Video

  • Horoscopes

    The moon is in Cancer

  • Warmer weather things

    An illustration by Talia Steele

  • City briefs

    Election schedule updates // New 1C03 workshop series // MSC social justice fair held virtually // Sharing accessible sport stories // Bus drivers win fair wages // Presentations and readings this week

  • ‘Better late than never’

    Mother-and-son podcast a fun way to learn Ojibwe

  • Night in at the bar

    Local creators bring bar culture into the home, virtually

  • Capturing the moment

    Origin Stories: Michael Veith

  • Arts briefs

    Stitchen’ Saturdays // First Friday lecture by Natasha Jozi // An Acorn live performance // Playing with Stories Online // Winnipeg Crankie Festival // Beyond the Perimeter: First Fridays in the Exchange

  • Critipeg: Belle

    Currently streaming on Disney+

  • Elevating voices with lived experience

    Podcast creates a space to discuss disability in theatre and arts

  • Writing with kindness and confidence

    U of W welcomes exciting new Carol Shields writer in residence

  • Chasing your dreams

    Winnipeg theatre artist chosen for esteemed directorial fellowship

  • A different view from the mountaintop

    RMTC production sheds light on Martin Luther King Jr.

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