Martha Street Studio is a community-based printmaking facility offering equipment, facilities and support to produce, exhibit, and disseminate cutting-edge, print-based works. There are classes in both traditional and digital printing processes, and ongoing outreach programs. The gallery facility offers visual artwork from emerging and master artists. Open Mon to Fri 10 am - 5 pm.
Martha Street Studio
11 Martha St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1A2
Open Mon to Fri 10 am - 5 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
Manitoba artist Ming Hon, Ontario artist Kristie MacDonald, Newfoundland artist Audrey Hurd and Saskatchewan artists Patrick Bulas and Jordan Schwab come together in "Hivemind," which looks at the interface between print and performance art.
Apr 29, 2016
Toronto artist Libby Hague creates a print installation that evokes an abstracted forest with a variety of creatures and shapes, some hidden and some emerging from the underbrush.
May 23, 2015
In BOG – "High Art from Low Lands," Winnipeg screenprinter Andrew Lodwick takes a page from cherished books to explore what’s so compelling about inky squiggles on paper.
Apr 20, 2014
Martha Street Studio formally announces the resignation of Sheila Spence, Executive Director of Martha Street Studio since 2001 and appointment of successor Larry Glawson.
Aug 17, 2012
“This show is very much like a retrospective,” says Winnipeg artist Frieso Boning about his late father Jan Boning’s serigraphs on exhibition at Martha Street Studio this fall.
Aug 31, 2009
Two intriguing shows in Winnipeg this spring have both been initiated, in part, by the presence of printmaker Lynne Allen, a Tamarind master printmaker, Fulbright scholar, and head of the School of Visual Arts at Boston University.
Dec 31, 2006
KURT WEBB, "A News Millennium: A Year in Pictures," Nov 11 - Dec 31, 2005, The Martha Street Studios, Winnipeg
"A News Millennium: A Year in Pictures" presents US artist Kurt Webb’s woodblock prints. The prints commemorate weird and disturbing international news stories, collected one a day between January 1 and September 11, 2001.
Aug 31, 2005
Incorporating the advanced technology of bubble jet printing with the ancient technique of screen-printing, E. J. (Ted) Howorth creates lush images with an implied but non-directive narrative.
Dec 31, 2003