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Photographs focus on working-class life in Winnipeg’s North End. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery has received $2 million for a community plaza adjacent to its new Inuit Art Centre. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery presents Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada, Manitoba’s first major exhibition celebrating contemporary artists with roots in India. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery has hired Lisa Charleyboy as manager of Indigenous initiatives and Jocelyn Piirainen as assistant curator of Inuit art. Read more

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The show, A Conversation in Clay, is curated by gallery director Stephen Borys, and is on view until March 10. Read more

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Mary Yuusipik Singaqti, born in the remote Back River area north of Baker Lake in the Nunavut interior, is known for her wall hangings and carvings. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery has established an Indigenous Biennial to launch the 2020 opening of its Inuit Art Centre. Read more

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Some of the oldest works in the Winnipeg Art Gallery's collection are back on view in a new way. Salon Style: Reimagining the Collection brings together almost 200 historical paintings, displayed one atop another, starting Oct. 16. Read more

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Doug and Louise Leatherdale have donated $1 million for the Inuit Art Centre under construction in Winnipeg. 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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The centre, part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, will share art and stories as well as hands-on programming for students when it opens in 2020. Read more

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Linda Fairfield Stechesen drew Manitoba's native plants for decades. A show of her work at the Winnipeg Art Gallery is part of a wider resurgence of interest in botanical illustration. Read more

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The team will be led by curator and academic Heather Igloliorte with emerging curators/artists Asinnajaq, Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter and Krista Ulujuk Zawadski. Read more

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The biggest names in Impressionism are coming to Manitoba for a summer blockbuster at the Winnipeg Art Gallery from June 16 to Sept. 9. Early bird tickets are on sale Feb. 6. Read more

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Artist Teva Harrison was just 37 when she was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. She went on to publish an award-winning graphic novel and now is having her first major exhibition. Read more

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The initiative now has support from all three levels of government as well as private sector funding, underscoring the value of the Inuit Art Centre for the province and country. 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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A show at Urban Shaman in Winnipeg offers examples of work being produced by a new generation of Inuit artists who are far more political, mischievous and adventurous than their soapstone-carving forebears. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces "INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE," a groundbreaking exhibition focused on leading and emerging Indigenous artists from across Canada. Read more

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On June 15, the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG)  opened Ningiukulu Teevee: Kinngait Stories at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, DC, the first solo exhibition of renowned Cape Dorset artist Ningiukulu Teevee. Read more

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