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May 2022

Into My Eye | Out of My Mind

May 1 - May 24
Cre8ery Gallery and Studio, 125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Free

Art in the time of Covid 19 – what does it mean to be an artist or a consumer of art during this moment in time? The pandemics of previous generations are ghostly communal memories that have no imprint on our psyche. So we are relearning to cope one day at a time. Art can seem irrelevant when your loved ones are in a nursing home or working in a hospital. We wait and watch – that is the only…

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A Path to the Tipi between Stars and Time | Tipi Joe

May 1 at12:00 pm - May 21 at5:00 pm
Urban Shaman, 203-290 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Biography Joe Lanceley or “Tipi Joe” is the owner of Tipi Joe Creations and the director of the non-profit group Red Willow Tipi. A member of Mistawasis First Nation he grew up in Brandon, Manitoba where he pursued his business education at Brandon University before eventually settling in Winnipeg. An entrepreneur from an early age, with a diverse work history he has owned several businesses along his way. Today Tipi Joe is well known as a multi-media artist, business owner…

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Gidamaji’igoomin maamikawiseyang gidoodaanaaminaan – Our spirit awakens when we remember our past

May 4 at12:00 pm - June 25 at4:00 pm
C2 Centre for Craft, 1 - 329 Cumberlan Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1T2 Canada
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Working with local clay requires care, humility, and patience. Clay has the potential to be a teacher. – KC Adams For more than two decades, Adams has been a student of clay. Her words remind us that crafted objects are, like the very materials they are made of, alive. Her work invites us to take a step away from the tendency to objectify or commodify craft and instead embrace our role as listeners and learners. What do ceramic vessels, rooted…

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Fire: Artist Mothers at MAWA Exhibition

May 6 - May 28
MAWA, 611 Main St
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1E1
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Fire is the annual exhibition of Artist Mothers at MAWA. This showcase has been unable to take place in person since 2019, but Phoenix-like, it has returned! This group has been going strong at MAWA since 2010 and has been the subject of articles and scholarly studies in New Zealand and the USA. Its members embrace both mothering and artistic production and refuse to choose between the two. If you want to participate in this exhibition, email your submission to…

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we are not separate | kelly haydon

May 6 - May 31
Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba, 102 - 329 Cumberland Av
Winnpeg, MB R3B 1T2 Canada
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haydon is a visual artist based on unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ Lands (Vancouver) whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. It has garnered awards, been held in collections, projected onto buildings and published in books and journals. This exhibition consists of etchings, silkscreen, and relief prints that are gathered around the idea that we are not separate from the natural world. Threaded through the works is a life-long yearning for a more balanced world that holds every voice…

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YMCA-YWCA Self-Employment Program

May 9 - June 17
Free

About the Program  May 9 - June 17 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Our Self-Employment Program (SEP) provides essential services to help turn a great business idea into successful self-employment. Your business can be in any industry - many artists and creatives have successfully completed this program! Three Phases of the Program Six weeks of full-time business training (live, online); Completion of a business plan, with the assistance of your assigned Coach; Business launch -- plus and ten hours…

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Oracular Objects

May 12 - June 16
Graffiti Gallery, 109 Higgins Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0B5 Canada
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Free

Oracular Objects will be on display at Graffiti Gallery from May 12, 2022, to June 16, 2022. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, May 12, 2022, from 7:00 – 10:00 pm at Graffiti Gallery, 109 Higgins Avenue. Admission is free with a donation of a non-perishable food item. The artists will be in attendance. Oracular Objects features artwork from local artist Greg Hanec. Hanec has dabbled with painting his whole adult life. By the late 1990's it became…

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False Idol x North Kin | Leonard Suryajaya

May 13 at7:00 pm - July 17 at10:00 pm
Plug In ICA, 460 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Plug In ICA is delighted to announce 'False Idol x North Kin', a solo exhibition featuring Leonard Suryajaya that will take place in our galleries from May 13 to July 17, 2022. “False Idol x North Kin will exhibit photographs and videos from my body of work False Idol (2016-2020). False Idol is about leaving home to find and create new home, family, and community. To further push and explore community making theme that is integral in my practice, the…

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Puppet Power | Festival of Ideas

May 23 at12:00 pm - May 29 at6:00 pm

Our 10th edition of Puppet Power explores the idea of "Celebration" and the impact and potential of Applied Puppetry in all sorts of practices. Local, national, and international master puppeteers and presenters will provide inspiring talks/panels, practical how-to workshops, and puppetry-based performances. More than just entertainment, our Festival of Ideas is about making authentic connections, having meaningful conversations on important topics, and motivating a call to action to use the power of puppetry to impact positive social change. Online: May…

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Vintage Lenses and Camera Effects

May 24
Media Lab – Winnipeg Film Group, 304 – 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3
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$30 – $40

Join local cinematographer Dylan Baillie in a workshop discussing vintage lenses and practical optical effects! Dylan will be discussing adapting vintage lenses to modern cameras, as well as utilizing a variety of older tools and gadgets to create engaging digital images. Dylan has made a variety of short films, music videos and documentaries, since getting his start recording videos of local bands in 2009. Dylan has utilized many of the techniques he’ll be discussing in the class in his own…

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MCO’s 2022 Spring Series Concerts 6-8 | Aisslinn Nosky, James Sommerville, Lucie Horsch

May 25 - June 8
Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3G 1A5 Canada
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After a seemingly Endless Winter, spring has — finally! — arrived. It’s been a long time coming in more senses than one: our 2022 Spring Series marks the first time we’ve done in-person spring MCO concerts in three years. Yes, it’s been that long, and it feels incredible to be back, presenting the best of local, Canadian, and international classical music. There are three in-person concert programs (and six performances) left in our Spring Series. Here they are: 7.30 pm,…

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The Vivid Truth | Pink Panda

May 26 - June 7
Cre8ery Gallery and Studio, 125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Free

Exhibition Statement: Pink Panda explores the truths of their traumas, growth, and identity in this raw and incredibly personal show. Join the artist as they journey through the shadows of suffering and grief to the warmth and light of self-discovery. Artist Bio Pink Panda (they/them/she/her) is a street artist and painter from Winnipeg, Canada living and working on Treaty 1 Territory. They aspire to create visual works that encourage one to explore the emotions and experiences of thought and feeling…

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Creative Mornings | Kerri Twigg

May 27 at8:15 am - 10:00 am
New Media Manitoba, 62 Albert St #100
Winnipeg,, Manitoba R3B 1E9 Canada
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Life is busy and full and many people can’t recall what they did in a day. When this pattern continues for weeks, months, or years, it’s not unusual to feel ungrounded, tangled up and unhappy. None of that supports a creative life or practice. Kerri will share three techniques to help you experience the creative nowness of your life – while building three mindfulness skills – concentration, sensory clarity, and equanimity that support happiness and improved creativity. About the Presenter…

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FemToba Film Fest

May 27 at6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$15

FemToba Film Fest will screen short films by women, non-binary and trans-men filmmakers from prairie provinces! Located on the Winnipeg Art Gallery rooftop, the event will also feature live music by housepanther and snacks under the stars. Proof of vaccination is required. There will also be an online screening the week following this event, and a panel discussion on May 31. More details on both those soon! FemToba Film Fest & Chats is a mini film fest and speaker series/podcast…

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June 2022

St. James Infirmary Returns! | Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra

June 2
Neil Bardal Funeral Centre, 3030 Notre Dame Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 1B9 Canada
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$65 – $70

After a three-year absence, we are thrilled to bring back our popular fundraiser with Jennifer Hanson on vocals. This will be an exciting fundraiser with New Orleans‐inspired big band music. We are seating people in groups with their friends to accommodate some social distancing. Tickets include music, a complimentary wine or beer ticket and light refreshments. June 2, 2022, at 7:30 pm Tickets: $70 ($65 early-bird price before May 29)

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Moving Roots: Reflections

June 3 at7:00 pm - June 4 at8:30 pm
THÉÂTRE CERCLE MOLIÈRE, 340 Provencher Boulevard
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 0G7 Canada
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$20 – $25

Moving Roots: Reflections takes place on Indigenous land. Manitoba is the land of the Anishinaabeg, Ininiw (Cree), Anish-iniw (Oji- Cree), Dakota, and Dene Peoples, the homeland of the Métis Nation. We make this acknowledgment because it is an important practice and a small way to show respect and start cultivating strong relationships with Indigenous communities. We recognize and condemn the systemic racism and colonial violence that continues to unfold on this land today. Moving Roots company commits to confronting racism…

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SWIFT: Summit for Women in Film Trades

June 10 - June 12
Manitou a bi Bii daziigae, 319 Elgin Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3A 0K4 Canada
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Film Training Manitoba (FTM) announced a ground-breaking initiative to increase the number of women and individuals identifying as women working in Manitoba’s film industry. The initiative will launch with Canada’s first Summit for Women in Film Trades (SWIFT), postponed to June 10, 11, and 12. This first of its kind event in Canada will be the inaugural conference held at RRC Polytechnic’s new Innovation Centre. Film Training Manitoba’s SWIFT is part of a multifaceted training and recruitment strategy to have…

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Screenwriting Mechanics | Melva Mclean

June 20 - June 27
Winnipeg Film Group, 304-100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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$60 – $80

Are you interested in screenwriting? Do you want to learn the mechanics of writing a screenplay? This two-day workshop will focus on helping you take the next step and learn all of the basics of screenwriting! Develop your screenwriting craft through the exploration of story structure and character development. Upon completion of this 2-day workshop, students will understand film story structure, character, conflict, and dialogue in feature screenplays and shorts. The workshop will also touch on proper formatting, and how…

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Strawberry Pins

June 25 at1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
St. Andrews Heritage Centre, 374 River Road
St. Andrews, Manitoba R1A2Y1
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$5

Join us and learn how to make Strawberry Pins with a cup of refreshing strawberry lemonade! at the end Pins will be stuffed with Lavender herbs to create a wonderful smell! Register by June 23rd!

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