Arts

  • There and back again

    Whether it’s baking sourdough bread, hiking, playing video games, fostering pets or learning a new language, there is no shortage of hobbies out there.

  • Courage, defiance and the sea

    Stanley Wany is an Afro-Caribbean artist. His work For Those Who Chose The Sea is a multimedia installation that engages with the past, present and current effects of the transatlantic slave trade.

  • The rising tide of Indigenous Storytellers

    Shortly after confederation, the Red River Resistance saw Indigenous peoples in Manitoba organize and take action for their rights in the face of the Canadian state.

  • Arts briefs

    50 years of PTE// A lyrical Cinderella story// Hearing Trees album release show// Final call: Transmissions exhibition// Cosmic voices// Cinematic Somatics workshop

  • Critipeg: Daisies

    Plays Nov. 24 to 30 at Cinematheque

  • Origin stories: Adam Brooks, Award-winning artist and filmmaker

    Born in Winnipeg and originally from the Riverview area, Adam Brooks doesn’t feel there is anything unusual about his start in life.

  • The Northern sun also rises

    Forty years ago, Hinode Taiko planted roots in Winnipeg following an inspiring Folklorama performance.

  • ‘A divine collision’

    The mere mention of Greek tragedy may conjure dormant memories of classics courses long past: the dramatic commentary of the chorus, the laundry list of cacophonic names, the scoring from a Mexican progressive rock band.

  • Touring turbulence

    It’s often regarded as a hallmark of “making it” in the music scene, but for some musicians, touring has become less about making a buck and more about breaking even – or in some cases, accepting financial loss.

  • Yeezus Christ, make it stop

    Wake up, Mr. West. Please.

  • Arts briefs

    Shared Legacies exhibit// WCD presents Serpentine// Living loud// PLATFORM for a good cause// A play about garbage and longing// Mount Doom album-release show

  • The North and its people in watercolour

    This month, Oceans North, a conservation organization focused on Northern Canada and its watersheds, is taking a different approach to foster an appreciation for Canada’s natural landscape.

  • Naked and unafraid

    For local artist Rey Fritsch, a persistent battle with insomnia has been a boon of sorts.

  • Critipeg: Decision to Leave

    Plays at Cinematheque Nov. 4 to 16

  • November geese

  • Arts briefs

    Jazz jam seshes// The Standstills opener// Bring on the burlesque// Nature imitates art// Fortunate Ones @ WECC// Royal MTC presents New

  • Critipeg: Rosie

    Plays at Cinematheque from Nov. 11 to 13

  • Cats cookin’ for a quarter century

    For those who’ve been snapping their fingers the last quarter century, now’s not the time to stop.

  • Kate Beaton remembers the oil sands

    Over the past 30 years, independent comics have been steadily picking up momentum in Canada.

  • Origin stories: Fred Penner, entertainer and musician

    Children’s performing legend Fred Penner recently returned to Manitoba for gigs in Winkler and Portage la Prairie.

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