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Logan MacDonald started looking at structures and signage set up by Indigenous communities to assert property rights. His work grew into a larger project about identity and cultural revival. more

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A show at Winnipeg's aceartinc looks at the history around a memorial boulder at McGill University in Montreal. more

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The curator will undertake a 6 month residency within aceartinc. from February - July 2018 to work on a specific exhibition. The end of the residency will culminate in the exhibition being mounted in the Main Gallery in July 2018. more

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In this digital age, photography can seem so casual. But Karen Asher is well aware of the power she invokes. Her recent photographs mine the depths of body language and explore gestures that are unguarded, elemental and way beyond contrivance. more

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"Melting Snowman Canisters"

Photo: Krista Gowenlock.

When Martinez was an undergraduate at the Alberta College of Art and Design, a sculpture teacher warned that she would get bored with clay. more

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Graphs are an artful solution to complex sets of data. They are visually elegant; one horizontal and one vertical axis meet to contain an erratic line of points. Perhaps it’s for this reason that Winnipeg artist Jeanette Johns uses them in her work. more

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In Sarah Crawley’s newest body of work, mentis prehensio, she continues to “address the imperfection of memory, the notion of a collective memory, memory as it relates to generation, history and ritual… physical memory and its impact on identity.” more

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