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Earlier this year, the Winnipeg Art Gallery received a significant donation of 121 Inuit sculptures, acquired over the past twenty years by Winnipeg collectors Bob and Marlene Stafford. A selection from the Stafford Collection will go on display in The Stafford Collection of Inuit...

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year with a wide variety of exhibitions and events. One of the most interesting will be The WAG Century, an inter-active, evolving exhibition that explores the complex and exciting history of Canada’s oldest civic art...

Read more about WAG Exhibition Celebrates Gallery’s 100-Year History

In its first year as a venue for the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, the 10 plays at the Winnipeg Art Gallery attracted an audience of 7,692 during the run of the Festival. So pleased is the WAG, in fact, that they have signed on to be a venue again next year.

Read more about WAG PLEASED WITH FRINGE FESTIVAL ATTENDANCE

The Winnipeg Art Gallery invites Expressions of Interest and Qualifications from architect teams in respect to a project for a new Inuit Art and Learning Centre proposed to be built as an addition to the existing gallery building on Memorial Boulevard in downtown Winnipeg.

Read more about Call for Expressions of Interest and Qualifications from Architectural Teams for a New Inuit Art and Learning Centre

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