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Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), in partnership with the Manitoba Government, will hold a ceremony April 12 at 2pm to unveil a quilt created by the families of Manitoba’s missing and murdered aboriginal women. The quilt will be on display this weekend as part of the WAG exhibition Off the Beaten...

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For 40 years Montreal-based artist Lynne Cohen has been photographing interior “readymade” spaces and an exhibition coming to the Winnipeg Art Gallery explores the evolution of her art over these decades. Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing is part of NGC@WAG, an ongoing partnership...

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Internationally acclaimed ceramic artist Robert Archambeau has been named the recipient of the 2014 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction, and the Manitoba Arts Council will be honoring him with a reception at the Winnipeg Art Gallery on May 15.

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If you have never had the opportunity to go on the Interlake’s Wave Artists’ Studio Tour, the Gallery Shop at the Winnipeg Art Gallery is bringing the tour to you. Twenty-seven artists from the Wave tour will be featured in the Shop from April 9 to May 4. Wave at the WAG will have an opening...

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery in partnership with the Family Violence Consortium of Manitoba will host the 8th annual Silent Witness Project Memorial on Wednesday, April 9, from 11:30am to 1pm. Each of the 19 life-sized silhouettes in this exhibition represents a Manitoba woman who was murdered by...

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At 2pm, Saturday, April 12, the Winnipeg Art Gallery in partnership with the Province of Manitoba will unveil a quilt/blanket wall hanging created by the families of Manitoba’s missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.

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Each fall and winter hundreds of children and teens enjoy the challenge and delight of creating art through the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s WAG Studio programs. And each spring the Gallery mounts an exhibition of their work—several hundred talented young artists are represented in either solo or...

Read more about WAG’s Through the Eyes of a Child Exhibition Will Bring a Smile to Your Face

To celebrate the JUNO Awards taking place in Winnipeg in March 24-30 2014, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is partnering with the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) in an innovative project that pairs great Canadian art with great Canadian music.

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To celebrate the JUNO Awards taking place in Winnipeg in March 24-30 2014, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is partnering with the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) in an innovative project that pairs great Canadian art with great Canadian music.

Read more about JUNO Tour of Canadian Art To Be Held at WAG

The mercurial Salvador Dali died twenty-five years ago this year. In the coming fall, the Winnipeg Art Gallery will be exhibiting major works by the famed Spanish Surrealist for the first time in its history. Canvases by the artist, including the massive and rarely traveled Santiago El Grande,...

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