Meg Crane

  • Exploring Indigenous board cultures

    Jaime Isaac says she thought a lot about curating an art exhibition about surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding. Her vision – Boarder X – is now on display at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG).

  • Arts Briefs

    God is a Scottish Drag Queen IV // Prairie Fire’s Indigenous issue // World premier of dance // Reading Week plans // MAC’s strategic plan

  • Favourite Local Visual Artist

    1. Dany Reede
    2. Wanda Koop
    3. Honourable mentions: Autumn Crossman-Serb, Adam Kelly, Takashi Iwasaki

  • Rosie & the Riveters show women a good time

    Feminist band Rosie & the Riveters is coming to Winnipeg for a fun and cheerful show.

  • Arts Briefs

    Encouraging women in film // The Bickersons // Tim Gray // Eyes of My Community // heaven between // I’m With the Band

  • Building community with public art

    One doesn’t have to look far to find art in Winnipeg’s downtown. This year, the city became the Creative City Network’s first winner of the Award of Excellence in Public Art.

  • Arts and Culture Briefs

    Whiny Femmes // Outside Joke // Real Love album // YA Indigenous fiction // APTN a great employer

  • Changing society with humour

    Sarasvàti changes up its annual comedy fundraiser

  • Celebrating country tunes

    Manitoba awards show highlights local musicians

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Supporting Churchill // Indigenous float // C.R. Avery // Women-directed film // Pianos on the cheap

  • Musical collaboration

    Emerging Winnipeg band Darling Twig shows bands don’t need to be formed by musicians with equal experience or any experience at all.

  • Arts and Culture Briefs

    Local art sale // Musician swap // Winter biking in Winnipeg // Country music awards // Canada’s Got Game // Records Sundaze v.4

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Winnipeg awarded for public art // Eaten alive at Art City // Rhayne Vermette’s U.F.O. // Women’s subcultures // Calling emerging producers

  • Some Want To Believe

    Unexplained phenomenon have some Manitobans questioning if we’re really the only sentient beings in the universe.

  • Police online

    Brandon University sociology professor Dr. Christopher Schneider will be at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) on Oct. 26 to discuss his book Policing and Social Media: Social Control in an Era of New Media.

  • The art behind music videos

    AudioOpera’s “Forever” a staff pick on Vimeo

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Awarding Manitoba musicians // The Manitoba Showcase // Hilarity for Charity // Songwriting competition // Olympics of Opera

  • Whose House? Erin’s House

    Erin Cornelius loves the house she bought five years ago, but she didn’t buy it just for her own enjoyment.

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Made By You // Noah Derksen comes home // UWpg Film Festival // Being Greene // Holistic Living Expo

  • Bonding over English

    Fluent English-speaking volunteers help international students at the University of Winnipeg integrate into their new environments simply by becoming their friends.

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