The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces it will launch a search for the Gallery’s next Curator of Contemporary Art this September. Effective August 22, Paul Butler, current Curator of Contemporary Art, is stepping down from his post to take on some new projects and focus on his artistic career.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is thrilled to be a venue for the 2014 Winnipeg Fringe Festival, running July 16-27. In honour of the Fringe, the Gallery is offering some special deals for all to enjoy!
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to announce exciting new plans for this year’s Gallery Ball, happening on Saturday, October 18. As Winnipeg’s black-tie event of the season, the Ball raises funds and awareness of the WAG’s kids programs.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces the appointment of Bill Elliott as Deputy Director. Elliott retains his current responsibilities as Director of Finance & Operations at the WAG and takes on the responsibility of day-to-day operational oversight under the new title.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to announce the appointment of Patricia E. Bovey as Director Emeritus. As director from 1999 – 2004, she advanced the mandate of the WAG, presenting an exhibition program of regional, national, and international significance.
At its Annual General Meeting on June 26, the Winnipeg Art Gallery announced a surplus of $385,716 in its 2013/2014 fiscal year, the largest surplus in WAG history.
The Greek and Roman gods and goddesses are coming to the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Aphrodite, Apollo, Athena, Dionysus, Hera, Poseidon, Zeus, and many more will be here in April 2015 when the WAG presents Olympus: The Greco-Roman Collections of Berlin.
On June 10, the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Education and Advanced Learning department of the Province of Manitoba will sign a Memorandum of Understanding in support of shared visual arts education for youth. They will be working together to ensure that every student has the opportunity to...
It’s been a long, hard winter and we’re all anxiously waiting for summer. Why? Because the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Live on the Rooftop is back with everything from opera to jazz to country. Running on selected Thursdays (and one Wednesday) throughout the summer, the concerts include a BBQ from...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is celebrating Aboriginal culture at its June 8 Family Sunday with dance, song, story-telling, and art-making. The Gallery will be open from 11am to 5pm, with activities taking place from 1:30 to 4pm.
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