Suzanne Pringle

  • Favourite local visual artist

    1. Dylan Carr

    2. Barb Bottle

    3. JD Renaud

  • Favourite local place that no longer exists

    1. The Tallest Poppy

    2. Music Trader

    3. Cousin’s Deli

  • Favourite movie by a local filmmaker

    1. Butch Bathroom Blues (Nic Kaneski)

    2. A Traveller's Guide to Montreal and Toronto in 2022 (Dylan Bodner)

    3. Diaspora (Deco Dawson)

  • Thoroughly modern milliner

    Tucked away in a quiet corner at the Winnipeg Art Gallery and Qaumajuq’s 2023 CRAFTED show, couture milliner Helen Gair of Helen Gair Millinery selects a red beret from her display and carefully places it on the head of a curious attendee.

  • They made Believers out of Manitoba

    Ten years after the release of their sophomore album, Today We’re Believers, Royal Canoe will reunite at the Park Theatre to bring their lineup of euphoric, groovy fan favourites back to the local stage.

  • ‘We want to hear your stories’

    Kathleen Gallagher, a Winnipeg-based actor, producer and screenwriter, understands the challenges women face in her industry. As president of the OurToba Film Network, she is creating a space for women, non-binary and gender-diverse filmmakers in Manitoba to meet, create and gain skills.

  • Slow down and take a look around

    Kristofer Salfert has a golden combination of talent and business savvy, evidenced by how effortlessly his clothing line, Stupid Jungle Animal, has found success.

  • Dancing through a dark past

    When Winnipeg artist Sarah Anne Johnson’s exhibition House on Fire was purchased by the Art Gallery of Ontario in August 2009, she was immediately faced with a dilemma. An upcoming show at Ace Art Inc. was booked for January, and now she had nothing new to exhibit.