Our Filipino Trainee Really Enjoyed Herself

Authored by: on October 8, 2010

Girlie Cacao spent some time with the WAG this fall as part of the Employment Solutions for Immigrant Youth training program and had a great time!

Nuit Blanche Amazing Success!

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on September 28, 2010

We were expecting maybe 600 people for our September 25 all-night Nuit Blanche party. We got 4,600!

Sarah’s Final Summer Scope

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on August 31, 2010

Sarah’s Scope: Dip Into the Double Take Programs this Summer

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on August 31, 2010

Sarah’s Summer Scope: Kids Fringe with the WAG

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on August 31, 2010

Interview with artist Diana Thorneycroft

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on July 27, 2010

Artist Diana Thornyecroft discusses her current WAG exhibiton with Youth Programs Facilitator Sarah Paradis.

Exhibition Review by Sarah Paradis

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on July 16, 2010

We Are Sorry is a site-specific installation by Canadian artist Cathy Busby that is on view until August 22, 2010 at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Sarah Paradis’ Summer Scope.

Authored by: Sarah Paradis on July 16, 2010

Hi, I’m Sarah Paradis, the summer Youth Program Facilitator and annual Birthday Party Hostess for the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

SPLAT! Adventures in Youth Programming

Authored by: Aline Frechette on March 30, 2010

Bugs Bunny is king of the WAG! The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons is an exhibition that kids will love. See authentic works of art from Warner Bros. animators featuring some of your favorite cartoon characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Sylvester the Cat and Tweety Bird and many more.

SPLAT: Adventures in Youth Programming

Authored by: Rachel Baerg on February 3, 2010

February has arrived...and so has the really cold weather! Remember, a frigid February day is the perfect opportunity to come and warm up in our galleries. We’ve got a number of fantastic exhibitions on view during the next couple of months, including an exhibition highlighting the work of Canadian encaustic artist Tony Scherman, who creates paintings with mixed color pigments and hot dripping wax.

SPLAT: Adventures in Youth Programming

Authored by: Aline Frechette on January 11, 2010

Ahhh…The new year has begun and there is excitement and creativity in the air at the WAG. The staff is stirring about, busily getting everything ready for yet another huge transformation of the galleries. Several of the exhibitions now up will soon go down to make way for new shows

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