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Wanda Koop Exhibition at the WAG Incorporates Dance Performance

The climax of the exhibition Wanda Koop…On the Edge of Experience, opening at the Winnipeg Art Gallery on September 11, is the installation piece Hybrid Human, a dance performance exploring the constructed notion of robots and ideas around the disembodied experience, consciousness, creativity,...

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Aug 26, 2010

Wanda Koop Exhibition Celebrates Life’s Work of Nationally Renowned Painter

For almost three decades, Winnipeg painter Wanda Koop has created an overwhelming body of work examining how modes of technology impact nature. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Canada, is presenting an exhibition of her work that draws together a selection...

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Aug 26, 2010

WAG Acquires Important Painting by John Everett Millais

The painting will be unveiled at the WAG’s Annual General Meeting at 7pm, Wednesday, September 22. It will be on view in Gallery 2, one of the six galleries devoted to the long-term display of works from the permanent collection.

“There are only a handful of paintings by Millais in Canadian...

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Aug 25, 2010

WAG Art Classes Have Something for Everyone

Studio Programs also offers special intensive two-day workshops on certain weekends, such as a soapstone carving workshop conducted by artist Alex Alikashuak in early September.

Registration is taking place now for ten-week classes beginning in late September. Photography classes begin at the...

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Aug 24, 2010

WAG Home Tour Visits Five Exceptional Homes

This self-guiding tour takes place from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, September 12. Your $30 guidebook gives you one admission to each of the five homes featured. They are available at the WAG, McNally Robinson Booksellers, and The Garden Room.

“The voyeur in all of us loves to see how other people...

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Aug 24, 2010

WAG Art Classes Have Something for Everyone

Studio Programs also offers special intensive two-day workshops on certain weekends, such as a soapstone carving workshop conducted by artist Alex Alikashuak in early September.

Registration is taking place now for ten-week classes beginning in late September. Photography classes begin at the...

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Aug 19, 2010

Artist in WAG Exhibition Draws on Inuit Legends

“Kiugak was the grandson and son-in-law of well-known and respected shamans, and these and other family members were a source of much knowledge about shamanism and Inuit mythology which he interprets through his carvings,” explains Darlene Coward Wight, Curator of Inuit Art.

Wight spent several...

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Aug 4, 2010

U of M Jazz Camp Faculty Heats Up WAG’s Jazz on the Rooftop

Steve Kirby’s jazz career spans over 25 years of performance collaboration with many of the finest artists in the field, both North America and abroad, including jazz greats Wynton Marsalis, Slide Hampton, and Lester Bowie, to name just a few, as well as opera diva Kathleen Battle. Since coming...

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Aug 3, 2010

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