Thank you to everyone who came out to our Tree-Trimming Party!

Authored by: Erin McIntyre on December 19, 2011

Participants created impressive ornaments!

A great time was had by all!

Come join us for our annual Holiday Tree-Trimming Party!

Authored by: Erin McIntyre on November 28, 2011

2010 Holiday Tree-Trimming party

Hey Winnipeg! Don’t let the falling snow bring you down! Help the WAG get the holiday season off to a festive start!

Book Blog for Clara Lander Library

Authored by: Kenlyn Collins on November 1, 2011


New Book: Picture House: the art of Bollywood A review by Library Volunteer Amy Burbank

A Feast for Eye & Appetite - Post Recipes Here!

Authored by: Debra Fehr on October 26, 2011

A perfect cup of tea - enjoyed on the coast at El Jadida, several days after our Sahara adventure.

Do you have a fabulous recipe or a traditional family dish that you treasure? Join our faithful feasters and added it to our blog.

WAG Summer Art Camps Huge Success!

Authored by: Sam Jarmasz, Rachel Erickson, and Helga Jakobson on August 25, 2011

Kids just had a blast at our new summer art camps. We can't wait until next year!

My Student Art Board Expereience

Authored by: Daniel Buckland on July 21, 2011

Daniel Buckland had a very interesting year as a member of the WAG Student Art Board.

WAG KIds Booths at Summer Festivals are Great!

Authored by: Mira Le-Ba on July 15, 2011

Visit us in the kids' sections of all the summer festivals. Next up--the Fringe.

Jazz on the Rooftop is up and running for the summer!

Authored by: Kaari Sinnaeve on June 17, 2011

If it’s summer, it must be time for Jazz on the Rooftop—our 34th year! Picture it—a brilliant prairie sunset, the splash of the fountain, BBQ by Storm, cool beer, and hot jazz! It doesn’t get much better than this.

WAG Kids are at all the Summer Festivals

Authored by: Mira Le-Ba on June 16, 2011

Hi. My name is Mira Le-Ba and I’m working as a summer student at the WAG. I love working with kids and I love working with art, so needless to say I’m very excited to start this position! Last week I started off at the Children’s Festival working with families all day.

Kids! Enter our Quilt of Belonging Drawing Contest

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on June 14, 2011

Our special Quilt of Belonging contest for kids. Win prizes and see your work hanging at the WAG!

We're Totally Set Up for Kids' Fun at this Summer's Festivals

Authored by: Rachel Baerg on June 2, 2011

If you're bringing your kids to Winnipeg's summer festivals, be sure to look us up. We have lots of creative things for them to do.

Spend Your Summer on Our Rooftop!

Authored by: Anna Wiebe on June 1, 2011

Our new Rooftop Club is a great way to spend some precious outdoor time.

Take Advantage of our Special Member's Events

Authored by: Alisa Pihulak on May 20, 2011

Our members loved their special event yesterday, Why not not join them next time?

Now's the Time to Become a WAG member!

Authored by: Alisa Pihulak on May 10, 2011

Sign up as a WAG member and receive an invitation to the special May 19 member's only event.

The Inside Track on Building Corporate Art Collections

Authored by: Anna Wiebe on May 6, 2011

Learn how major national and international corporations build stunning corporate art collections.

Nunavik North of 60º goes virtual

Authored by: Darlene Coward Wight on April 27, 2011

If you enjoyed our exhibition Nunavik North of 60º, you can see it all again on the Inuit Art Foundation's virtual website.

A Morning for the Birds!

Authored by: Anna Wiebe on April 21, 2011

Learn how urban birds adapt the sounds of the city into their song as birding guru Rodolf Koes takes you on a birdwatching excursion through downtown Winnipeg.

But Does it Glow in the Dark?

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on April 15, 2011

It doesn't actually glow in the dark, but this tumbler is radioactive.

Visit an Artist's Studio

Authored by: Anna Wiebe on April 15, 2011

Join us on a visit to the studio of artist Tom Lovatt and learn more about the whole creative process.

Sailing Down the Saint Lawrence with Wanda Koop

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on April 13, 2011

A film that explores the creative world of Winnipeg painter Wanda Koop.

Reasons Why You Should Become a WAG Member

Authored by: Alisa Pihulak on April 7, 2011

There are so many reasons for becoming a WAG member. Like an exclusive exhibiton tour by Director Stephen Borys.

Hooked on Heroine(s)

Authored by: Rachel Baerg on April 5, 2011

A look at real-life historical heroines through music, poetry, and art.

Kid's Art Will Knock Your Socks Off

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on April 1, 2011

Don't miss our annual exhibiton of kids' art. You won't believe how gorgeous it is.

Student Art Board Painting Party Big Success!

Authored by: Student Art Board on March 28, 2011

Everyone had a terrific time at the WAG Student Art Board painting party on March 25.

Erika Lincoln Exhibition is Going to be Fun!

Authored by: Mary Reid on March 24, 2011

Curator Mary Reid is getting really excited as installation of the exhibiton by Winnipeg artist Erika Lincoln comes together.

We're Getting a Special New Website

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on March 21, 2011

Manitoba Party

We are creating a special new website just for our upcominmg exhibition William Kurelek: The Messenger, which opens in September.

WAG Nominated for Three Manitoba Book Awards

Authored by: Heather Mousseau on March 17, 2011

The WAG has been nominated for three Manitoba Book Awards.

Join us at our Painting Party for Teens

Authored by: Aline Frechette on March 14, 2011

Our Drawing Party was a great success! Now come to our Painting Party on March 24.

Wanda Koop Exhibition Big Hit at the National Gallery of Canada

Authored by: Mary Reid on March 2, 2011

Gov't Grant to Create WAG Centenary Website

Authored by: WAG Staff on February 22, 2011

Today we got some exciting news that will help us celebrate our 100th anniversary in 2012. Mr. Rod Bruinooge, MP for Winnipeg South, announced that the Government of Canada, through the Canada Interactive Fund, will provide us with funding of $78,366 over two years for the creation of a dedicated, interactive centenary website which will be linked to this current site.

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