Takashi Iwasaki’s abstract art from abstract ideas
By Ashley Gillanders, Methods of Preservation runs at Gallery 1C03 until Feb. 20.
An artist explores the beauty of Saturn
Three solo artists rehash classical art
Matthew Sawatzky & Ellen Cook, Gerald Kuehl, and Robert Spence
Show runs until Jan. 23
Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery (600 Shaftesbury Blvd.)
Art in buffeteria spurs conversation
Photos celebrate Muslims who rescued Jews
Changing Winnipeg’s artistic relationship through Inuit Art
Comic Con is more than you might think
October 2 to 27 at Cre8ery
U of M showcases the beauty of clay through MUD, Hands, fire
In its second year, the FLASH Photographic Festival has been met with growth and open arms.
Thanks to Synonym Art Consultation’s mural and culture festival Wall-to-Wall, colours will be bursting on bricks and buildings all over Winnipeg.
Rhiannon Neale and Gregg Burner’s respective bodies of work aren’t particularly similar. Burner, in his fifth decade as a photographer, has largely worked in fashion and news photography.
Have an idea that will change Winnipeg’s urban design? Write it on a chair, sit in that chair and let’s talk.
Dany Reede’s paintings are anxiety and depression on canvas.
University isn’t just about education. It’s a meeting place, a chance for both new students and old hands to make connections and engage with communities they haven’t experienced before.
August 20 to 23 Beavercreek Park, Kerry, Manitoba Weekend passes $50 (only sold in the city). Day passes $20 (only sold at the festival gate).
July 24-26 Brandon, Mb Weekend pass $64-80, day passes $40-45, camping pass $15-25
July 15-26 The Exchange District and other locations $5.00 - $10.00