December 15 2012, the second podcast!

Authored by: Leif Norman on December 17, 2012

Radovan cleans a 300 year old copy of a Raphael

We take a tour of the WAG. It has taken a while, and mostly because there were so many details to cover, but the second WAG podcast is live! And is over half an hour long. Phew!

October 15 2012, The first WAG podcast is ready!

Authored by: Leif Norman on October 15, 2012

The WAG podcast production office. Leif Norman looking busy.

The first of many podcasts is now available. Featuring the story of the big triangle building itself.

Young Campers Design Their Own City

Authored by: Gabriel Hurley on August 7, 2012

Kids at the Construction Zone art camp had definite ideas about what a city should--and should not--have.

WAG Campers Work with Nature

Authored by: Gabriel Hurley on August 2, 2012

Down at The Forks our summer art campers used twigs and stones to create intricate art patterns.

1968 to 1971

Authored by: Leif Norman on June 12, 2012

Education, about our building.

The WAG building as we know it...

The First of many Podcasts; Fossils and the 1960's

Authored by: Leif Norman on May 29, 2012

Prehistoric Cephalopods from 400 million years ago

Topic; the building itself. The big pointy triangle shaped building at 300 Memorial that all Winnipeggers know as the WAG.

WAG 100 podcasts in production

Authored by: Leif Norman on May 29, 2012

Jan 6 1968. The WAG that was never built

For the 1ooth of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Leif Norman has been hired to produce a series of short podcasts. This is the first time the WAG has ventured into this area and will cover such topics as; what was going on in Winnipeg in 1912, to inuit art to what the future holds.

Rockwell Family Sunday Pancake Breakfast

Authored by: Nicole Fletcher on May 9, 2012

Even though the weather outside was dreary and rainy, things were very lively in the WAG on Sunday, May 6th. The gallery was full and buzzing with over 830 people enjoying the festivities of the Rockwell Family Sunday Pancake Breakfast!

Canada is Arts Nation

Authored by: WAG Staff on May 6, 2012

What do Deepa Mehta, Mary Walsh and Rush have in common?

From Around the World to the WAG

Authored by: Nicole Fletcher on March 21, 2012

Making a feast!

Eckhardt Hall was packed full of families from all over the world who now call Canada home!

Is This You?

Authored by: WAG Staff on February 5, 2012

Julie and Raymond by Joan Hibbert, 1988

Do these faces look familiar? Help us find the people behind the images ...

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