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- Interactive Family Tours
Sunday January 5 at 1pm Sunday February 9 at 1pm Sunday March 2 at 1pm Tuesday April 1 at 1pm Thursday April 3 at 1pm Sunday April 6 at 1pm Sunday May 4 at 1pm
- Spend some quality time with your family at the WAG as you explore the exciting world of art, together. Fun, interactive, and educational.
- Visite guidée familiale bilingue (français et anglais)
Monday February 17 at 1pm Saturday April 5 at 1pm Saturday May 3 at 1pm
- Passez un peu de temps de qualité avec votre famille au Musée et explorer le monde de l’art ensemble avec un guide bilingue. Amusant, interactif et éducatif.
- Gallery Shop Presents: WAVE at the WAG
Wednesday, April 9 to Sunday, May 4
- Come and see the works of 27 Manitoba artists from the Interlake's Wave Studio Tour all under one roof.
- Talk: The Interlake Artists' WAVE Tour
Wednesday, May 7 from 12pm to 1pm
- Join Heidi Hunter and Cathy Sutton to learn more about this year’s dynamic tour and the wildly diversified group of artists ‘riding the wave’.
- Public Opening: Lynne Cohen, Micah Lexier, & 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.
Friday, May 9 from 7pm to 10pm
- Join us for the free public opening of three exhibitions, Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing, Micah Lexier: This, That, Those, and 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.
- Workshop: Freeing the Creative Mind with Joseph Sanchez
Friday, May 9 from 10am to 4pm
- Join artist Joseph Sanchez for a workshop on unlocking your artistic creativity.
- Breaking Barriers: a conversation with Alex Janvier, Joseph Sanchez and Michelle LaVallee
Saturday May 10 at 2pm
- In conjunction with the exhibition 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. join artists Alex Janvier and Joseph Sanchez in conversation with the exhibition curator Michelle LaVallee.
- Mother's Day Brunch at Storm Bistro
Sunday May 11 at 10am
- Make Mother's Day extra-special this year with a delicious brunch at Storm Bistro.
- Tour: 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. with Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Andrew Kear
Wednesday, May 21 from 12pm to 1pm
- Enjoy a tour of the inspiring exhibition featuring the work of Canada’s first Aboriginal artist collective, 7: Professional Native Artists Inc., with the curator of Canadian Historical Art, Andrew Kear.
- The Collection: A Fashion Show
Wednesday May 21 at 7pm
- Immerse yourself in art and fashion as the Gallery Shop presents its third annual fashion show.
- Blurring the Lines Between Artist and Curator
Thursday May 22 at 5pm
- Join artist Micah Lexier and the WAG's Curator of Contemporary Art, Paul Butler in conversation about Lexier's exhibition, This, That, Those and the blurred lines between artistic and curatorial practice.
- Borders: An Exhibition of New Work by Michel Saint Hilaire
Friday, May 23 to Sunday, June 15
- The Gallery Shop presents Borders: An Exhibition of New Work by Michel Saint Hilaire. Linear patterns are Michel Saints Hilaire’s looking glass. In his new work, Borders, he records and predicts urban sprawl and industrial takeover superimposed against pristine Canadian landscapes.
- Drop-in Tours: 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc
Sunday May 25 at 2pm Sunday June 1 at 2pm Sunday June 15 at 2pm Sunday June 22 at 2pm Sunday July 6 at 2pm Sunday July 13 at 2pm Sunday July 20 at 2pm Sunday July 27 at 2pm Sunday August 10 at 2pm Sunday August 17 at 2pm Sunday August 24 at 2pm
- Join one of our tour guides for a look at 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.
- Music in First Person with Diana McIntosh
Sunday June 1 at 2:30pm
- A retrospective of her theatrical music, with a big dash of humour
- Micah Lexier: This, That, Those
Saturday, April 26 to Monday, August 4
- With This, That, Those, Micah Lexier has worked with Paul Butler, Curator of Contemporary Art, to create an installation where a constellation of artworks—both found and made—are in dialogue with each other. The exhibition reflects on the creative process of making and presenting art, and, like all of Lexier’s work, is not only a portrait of the artist, but of his practice as well.
- Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing
Saturday, April 12 to Monday, August 18
- This NGC@WAG partnership surveys the pioneering photography of Lynne Cohen. The exhibition traces the evolution of her photography of ‘readymade’ spaces over the past 40 years. In addition to the 21 borrowed works from the NGC, the exhibition will be supplemented with Cohen holdings from the WAG’s collection as well as new work by the artist.
- Through the Eyes of a Child
Saturday, March 29 to Sunday, May 11
- Through the Eyes of a Child is an eagerly anticipated, annual event that highlights the creations of the broad and varied community of young people that attend art classes at the Winnipeg Art Gallery each fall and winter. The 800, or so, artists whose work appears in this exhibition range from 5 to 17 years of age. They come from across the city, and beyond the perimeter highway.
- JUNO Tour of Canadian Art
Tuesday, March 25 to Monday, May 19
- To celebrate the JUNO Awards taking place in Winnipeg in March 24-30, 2014, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and the Winnipeg Art Gallery are partnering for The JUNO Tour of Canadian Art.
- Math + Art
Saturday, December 7, 2013 to Sunday, May 4, 2014
- What do math and art have in common? More than you would think.
- Highlights of Inuit Sculpture
- Tuesday, May 4, 2010 to Thursday, December 31, 2015
- An exhibition featuring some of the outstanding Inuit sculptures in the WAG collection.
- Modernist Traditions: 1900-1950
Wednesday, March 3, 2010 to Wednesday, November 5, 2014
- The invention of photography had a lasting impact on how artists in the latter-half of the 19th century came to view the world as shown by these works from the WAG's collection.
- The Academic Tradition in Europe & Canada, 1700-1900
- Wednesday, March 3, 2010 to Saturday, January 30, 2016
- From Rome to Utrecht, European artists in the 17th and early 18th century created the emotionally charged work of the Baroque era. In reaction to the Protestant Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church strove to entice believers back to the fold with gripping and beautiful vignettes of biblical drama
- European Renaissance and Baroque Art: 1500-1700
- Wednesday, March 3, 2010 to Saturday, January 30, 2016
- From the WAG's collection, art produced between the 16th and 18th centuries, originating from the leading artistic centres of Europe.This period is marked by important social and political changes, and art itself underwent a major transformation