This fall the Winnipeg Art Gallery is thrilled to showcase Brian Jungen’s Vienna as part of the NGC@WAG partnership with the National Gallery of Canada. The impressive sculpture will be installed in Eckhardt Hall from October 4 to January 4, 2015.
Throughout its more than one-hundred year history, the Winnipeg Art Gallery has benefited enormously from countless generous and discriminating individuals, families, and foundations who have donated their prized objects and contributed to the Gallery’s permanent collection. Running until...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces that the 8th Annual Home Tour on Sunday, September 14, 2014, will feature modern homes. Organized by the Volunteer Associates of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, this fundraising event sheds light on some of Winnipeg’s most fabulous houses by local architects and...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is honouring the 30th anniversary of MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art) with an exhibition featuring artists connected to this local arts organization. For three decades, MAWA has earned an international reputation for encouraging and supporting the intellectual...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces the departure of Chief Curator Helen Delacretaz, effective September 5, 2014. Fortunately, she is not going far; she has been appointed Manager of Exhibitions at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces the presentation of a special exhibition to salute the upcoming opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Seeing Rights and Liberties: Celebrating the Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened Saturday, August 10 and runs until early 2015.
A pair of modern paintings by the renowned German-American artist Lyonel Feininger are currently on display at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. These works of art, painted in the early twentieth century, are on long-term loan from a private collector, and will remain at the WAG for at least five years....
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to present SKYBOX warming hut on its exterior rampway facing Memorial Boulevard. Those who enjoyed last winter’s Red River Mutual Skating Trail at The Forks will recall SKYBOX as one of the six featured warming huts that dotted the trail, warmed skaters, and...
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!
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