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Stacey Abramson

Stacey Abramson

Stacey Abramson is a writer, artist and visual arts educator in Winnipeg. She has contributed to CBC Radio, C Magazine and is a former visual arts critic for the Winnipeg Free Press. An alumna of the Art21 Educators program, she was the organization's educator-in-residence in 2017.

Paul Robles and Lin Xu display intricate cut paper and tangled ceramic works at Winnipeg’s new craft hub. Read more

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Five emerging artists explore lens-based imagery in Winnipeg photography show. Read more

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American artist Sarah Sense challenges myths and stereotypes about Indigenous women in popular culture. Read more

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A Winnipeg show that elevates work by female and non-binary artists considers the body as a site of personal and collective histories. Read more

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For three summers, Winnipeg art teacher Stacey Abramson has spent a week in New York City as part of the Art21 Educators program. The experience is transforming her teaching. Read more

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A fascinating show of little-known work from Labrador sheds light on the unique visual culture of the world’s most southerly Inuit population. Read more

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Over the next two months, billboards across Canada will feature art by Indigenous women. This vast linear gallery, with unprecedented visibility for women’s stories, is an act of cultural reconciliation. Read more

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Erika DeFreitas asks us to slow down and think about an Ontario farmhouse. But the underlying quest of her research is to evaluate how we understand both history and place. Read more

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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. Read more

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New work by Winnipeg artists Erika Lincoln and Reva Stone looks at unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery’s largest-ever exhibition of contemporary Indigenous art brings together the work of 29 artists from across the country. Read more

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When it comes to nourishing her artistic vision, no distance is too far to travel for Toronto-based artist Yael Brotman. Read more

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Plug In's "Stages: Drawing the Curtain," which runs Aug. 18 to Sept. 4 in Winnipeg, moves contemporary art out of the white cube of the gallery and into public space. Read more

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It’s impossible to turn away from Toronto-based artist Patrick Cruz’s show "Titig Kayumanggi (Brown Gaze)" at the Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art in Winnipeg. Read more

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The recent donation by artist Tony Scherman of 11 of his artworks to the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) is as the title suggests – major. Read more

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The work of Greg Staats overflows with poetic politics — two terms that rarely work well together. Read more

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Winnipeg-based artist Grace Nickel’s ceramic sculptures have always had an attention to detail that combines with organic forms. Read more

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The simplicity of a black and white portrait lends itself to overwhelming reflection of human emotion and expression. Read more

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Since 2003, Manitoba artist Tim Schouten has been exploring the Treaties of Canada, historic agreements between the Government of Canada, signed between 1871 and 1954, and the country’s Aboriginal people, granting rights and setting boundaries. Read more

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After graduating from the Masters program at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2005, Winnipeg-based artist Jennifer Stillwell has been showing across the globe, garnering an excellent reputation. Read more

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