Just in time to begin hibernating for the winter, Beverly Tender deliver another album full of brilliant and well-informed angular indie rock.
A Life on the Line // Close Talker // Cre8ery writing group // Four Lands // Poetry Group
This is yet another beautiful release from Chicago-based Orindal Records.
The current buzzword vibrating across the music scene is the term accessible. It’s mentioned in Facebook events for shows, on venue pages and used haphazardly across the industry.
Winnipeg boudoir photographer Teri Hofford and local business owner JT believe that a greater variance of images in media would lead to a positive shift in perceptions of what women actually look like. They promote this concept through their work.
The album cover for this CD was, and still is, a drawing of a red guy done in marker with the name of the band and album taped onto it. This is because The Famous Sandhogs are a Wacky Band.
Marie Clements’ The Road Forward bills itself as a “musical documentary” exploring the history of Indigenous activism in Canada.
Mattias Graham’s Gas Can is a seemingly simple short film.
Trivia nights are an opportunity for fans to gather and show their knowledge of their favourite show, movie or book.
Half Moon Market // Cold Specks // Pitaloosie Saila at the WAG // Holiday movies at the Park // Terra Botanica // New Constellations at WECC
Sonya Ballantyne is at the forefront of Winnipeg’s new wave of Indigenous cinema.
The Friday following American Thanksgiving is widely known as Black Friday. But to some, it is celebrated as Black Friday’s antithesis, Buy Nothing Day.
Winnipeg country music fans will soon have a new album to help keep them dancing through the winter months.
A neo-folk duo from our very own city, The New Customs is made up of locals Emma Cloney and Dale Brown.
Charlene Vickers’ Accumulation of Moments Spent Under Water with the Sun and Moon is an art show with the future on its mind.
Improv is a life skill, according to Riva Billows, executive director of Common Crow Improv Co.
B-Zone yoga // Minipeg Art Party // FLESH + MACHINE // Leanne Betasamosake Simpson // Keith Price Double Quartet
The Winnipeg film industry has been growing in recent years. In 2016, the film industry in Manitoba brought in $127 million in production, and Carole Vivier, CEO of Manitoba Film and Music says this year is anticipated to exceed $150 million.
Desire Change: Contemporary Feminist Art in Canada, the new anthology by Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA), is the first book on feminist art across all media ever published in Canada.
Contemporary dancers are branching out to collaborate with other art forms. According to Johanna Riley, interim company manager at Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (WCD), this crossover is a natural evolution for the genre.