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Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) and the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Winnipeg (IWGS) have commissioned acclaimed Canadian artist Rebecca Belmore to create a new performance work in connection with the exhibition Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art.

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WINNIPEG, MANITOBA – February 12, 2014: The Winnipeg Art Gallery today will relaunch the 2014 edition of Art & Soul with a “Hot and Cold” theme. This occurred after the initial theme of “Big in Japan” which rolled out in January was met with mixed reactions in the community.

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WINNIPEG: February 7, 2014-The Winnipeg Art Gallery will host a round table with Paul Butler, Curator of Contemporary Art, along with local artists Simon Hughes, Sylvia Matas and Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline for a Q&A conversation about their work as well as the launch of the Looking Up:...

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WINNIPEG, MANITOBA– February 6, 2014: The Winnipeg Art Gallery is one of six galleries embarking on a pilot research project, coordinated by the Canadian Art Museum Directors Organization (CAMDO), to research the provenance of Holocaust-era art works. Currently there are no known works in the...

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