The Walrus Foundation is pleased to bring its national event series, the Walrus Talks, to Winnipeg for the first time, with TD Presents the Walrus Talks Arctic, at the Winnipeg Art Gallery on March 26.
Wanda Koop’s new suite of paintings both affirms and disrupts two quite different genres: landscape and portraiture.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces the successful run of Dalí Up Close and Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
Art & Soul: The Lucid Dream, the latest iteration of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s annual fundraiser, was a sellout, raising thousands of dollars for the WAG.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is excited to announce the Canadian launch of Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15, the award-winning exhibition that represented Canada at the 14th International Venice Biennale in Architecture. After being honoured at the prestigious competition with a Special Mention,...
Visual art meets musical collaboration when the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the West End Cultural Centre co-host Spell to Bring Lost Creatures Home with artist Shary Boyle and songwriter Christine Fellows. The duo will perform Saturday, February 21, following their tour across the Northwest...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery invites the community to a wonderful afternoon of fun for Family Sunday: The Legend of Kiviuq on February 8. Running from 1 to 4pm, Family Sunday is an opportunity to spend quality time with the children or grandchildren with a host of activities inspired by art. This...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to announce the holdover of Dalí Up Close and Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to February 22, 2015. Originally scheduled to close on January 31 at this year’s Art & Soul event, The Lucid Dream, the two exhibitions have been extended due to popular...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is excited to partner with the Manitoba Puppet Theatre to present The Legend of Kiviuq from February 6 to 15. Kiviuq is a popular Inuit hero whose many adventures are known across the Arctic.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to join Hudson, Aurora, Storm, and Kaska at the Assiniboine Park Zoo’s new Journey to Churchill exhibit to present an impressive array of Inuit sculpture in an ongoing, rotating display.
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