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February 2021

Casting a Line: Curated by Mariana Muñoz Gomez

February 5 - March 5
MAWA, 611 Main St
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1E1
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Casting a line is a group exhibition bringing together Joi T. Arcand, Hassaan Ashraf and Annie Beach, Niamh Dooley, and Florence Yee, curated by Mariana Muñoz Gomez. The artists use language in their works as a tether through time, reimagining communication, power, healing and relation outside of imposed settler colonial structures. This exhibition was developed as Muñoz Gomez’s practicum project, as part of her Master’s in Cultural Studies: Curatorial Practices at the University of Winnipeg. Online panel discussion with the…

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CIAO: Creating Impulse, Action, Opening: Bill Rademaker

February 18 at12:00 pm - March 2 at6:00 pm
Cre8ery, 2nd Floor, 125 Adelaide St.
WINNIPEG, MB R3A 0W4 Canada
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We are called to make a difference in this world, to make a positive impact from our own sphere of influence. Occasionally being impulsive, having a sense of action and creating new opportunities are ways we can do this. Through recent isolation, study and reflection, I have explored new artistic waters, discovering methods and subjects in excitingly different ways. Complementing my traditional focus on the deep sea, the forest and the sky have been more exotic wood carving, pencilwork and…

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March 2021

MCC Spring Talks: Connie Chappel

March 18 at7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

The MCC is excited to be hosting a series of online artist talks via Youtube live! Our first speaker will be Connie Chappel. In Primordial Female Power, Connie Chappel will talk about the tree in art making as the universal Mother symbolizing all phases of life.

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MCC Spring Talks: Nehal El-Hadi

March 25 at7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

The MCC is excited to be hosting a series of online artist talks via Youtube live! Taking place over the next few months, our second speaker will be Nehal El-Hadi. Writing about craft means writing about our world through the objects we create. Writing about craft and making is an invitation to write about the complex issues we face in everyday life: the environment, migration, labour, social relations, beauty, etc. In Text and Tactility: Perspectives on writing about craft, Studio…

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