When NAfro Dance Productions founder and artistic director Casimiro Nhussi first came to Winnipeg, he couldn’t find anyone producing the sort of work he wanted to make. So he started making it himself.
Diaspora Dialogues is a Toronto-based organization that runs professional development events for emerging writers and publishes TOK Magazine, a platform for new Canadian writing
Free First Fridays film screening // Pamela Mala Sinha’s Happy Place at PTE // Becoming Dr. Ruth // Jesse Matas album release show // Hempfest Cannabis Expo // The Legacy Project: Evolutions
“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.”
Queer history is everywhere, scattered throughout all kinds of archival records.
As kids, sisters and documentary filmmakers Saira and Nilufer Rahman attended Pioneer Mosque, Winnipeg’s first official gathering place for the Islamic community.
The Mariachi Ghost and Zrada at WECC // Central Canada Comic Con // WOKE Comedy Hour // Casablanca live at WSO // Faces in the Mirror // Black on Black fundraiser
Kelly Amaujaq Fraser just moved to Winnipeg in September to start a new position with the Aboriginal School of Dance.
Society at large places a greater value on knowing rather than on asking, on speaking rather than listening.
A comic by Keegan Steele.
Each winter, generations of Winnipeggers have welcomed the holiday season by watching the Santa Claus Parade pass by the streets of downtown.
Over the last few years, the Winnipeg Film Group (WFG) has been hosting a 16-millimetre film screening event called Secret Cinema.
Workshop with Leesa Streifle // Kenny Omega returns to Winnipeg // Cineméntal Film Festival // Sense and Sensibility at MTC // Steven Erikson book launch // Bourbon Street Parade
Adam Araujo and Victoria King began their cohabitation this past February.
A new comic by Keegan Steele.
I used to think that to know home was to learn my mother’s hands - her repertoire of creation forever connected to homeland.
The ability to go into any space and feel completely comfortable is a privilege many people don’t have.
“I’ve got unfinished business here."
This Saturday, Kate Sinclaire, a Winnipeg director and producer of the adult cinema site Ciné Sinclaire, will pack people into her third-floor Exchange District studio to watch pornography.
In the absence of dedicated queer spaces, visits from distinguished national or international guests can be a catalyst to create – even for just one night – a place for queer communities to gather and celebrate