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December 2021

Azimuth Nitehi | Taylor McArthur + Dallas Flett-Wapash

December 1 - December 10
Video Pool Media Arts Centre, Unit 300-100 Arthur Street + Google Map

Commissioned by VP during the pandemic, the dynamic duo of Dallas + Taylor developed Azimuth Nitehi, a combination of Nakota and Swampy Cree that roughly translates to "Moving Hearts." Azimuth Nitehi is an online experience being launched on November 5th and brought to life in exhibition form in Poolside Gallery. For more information visit click HERE.

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Let’s Go Sing a Song!

December 3 - December 13
Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts, 515 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3E9 Canada
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Sing songs popularized by your favourite musical characters! This beginner group singing lesson provides individual attention while giving new singers the confidence of singing in a group. Repertoire will be chosen from students’ favourite characters’ movies and musicals. Students will have an opportunity to work on their individual and group singing skills. Parents are invited to join us in the final class for a short performance. Join us on our singing adventure! ** As this is an in-person class, adults…

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Spikes, Holes and Other Things

December 3 - December 23
C2 Centre for Craft, 1-329 Cumberland
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1T2 Canada
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The Manitoba Craft Council is pleased to present Spikes, Holes and Other Things, a solo exhibition of new work by Keith Oliver, curated by Helen Delacretaz. “Keith Oliver’s Spikes, Holes and Other Things truly epitomizes MCC’s aspirations for contemporary craft: a synthesis of sensuous materials, technical mastery, exceptional functionality, and a singular aesthetic. The artist’s signature is craft’s thumbprint – the unique ability to connect body, mind and heart, creating objects that are both human and humane.” – Tammy Sutherland,…

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17th Anniversary of 50-500 Member’s Exhibition + Sale

December 3 - December 20
Urban Shaman, 203-290 McDermot Avenue
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17th Annual 50 to 500 Members Exhibition + Sale is an opportunity for members to demonstrate what the arts community can offer to our wide-ranging audience through our special virtual gallery online from November 12 to December 20, 2021. It is Urban Shaman Gallery’s 25th anniversary and members will virtually display their artwork priced from 50 cents to 500 dollars, like the title of the event suggests. The purchase of these affordable, amazing pieces supports a diversity of artists: 100%…

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Le Dessin Quotidien

December 3, 2021 - January 25, 2022
Graffiti Gallery, 109 Higgins Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0B5 Canada
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Graffiti Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of our new exhibit Le Dessin Quotidien, solo exhibit featuring artwork by Matthieu Bohémier. Matthieu Bohémier is a proud Franco-Métis who lives and works in Winnipeg. He received a B.F.A from the University of Manitoba in 2007. He specializes in drawing and his work explores a wide range of styles, humor and figurative art. Through the use of social media, Matthieu’s work often encourages the participation of his friends as a way to create a special bond…

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Connextions by Gary Potter

December 9 - December 21
Cre8ery Gallery and Studio, 125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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"This show began as I made connextions between the textures, colours and the corporeal world which surrounded around me. It expanded to the surreal and the imaginary. The result is a compilation of acrylic and other mixed media works which trigger the imagination. The interaction between the colours, textures and human emotion are thought-provoking. The desire to touch the works is tangible and provokes myriad connextions between the real and the surreal. The only constraint now is your imagination." -…

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Cinematography Intensive with Khalik Allah

December 9 at6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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The Winnipeg Film Group is honored to announce a Cinematography Intensive with the outstanding photographer-filmmaker, Khalik Allah (Black Mother, I Walk on Water). Khalik Allah (b. 1985) is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker who practices Camera Ministry with an eye as open as his heart. The resulting work has been described as “street opera” and noted for its beautifully visceral humanity. Allah’s films are available on the Criterion Channel. Khalik is currently at work on his second photo book from 125th…

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Using Wikidata to Improve your Digital Presence

December 14 at2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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This free workshop is an opportunity to help music artists improve their digital presence using Wikidata! What is Wikidata? It’s a free and open knowledge base linked to Wikipedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikidata is also a source of information crawled and trusted by internet search engines. Having a Wikidata entry is an important first step in making information about the performing arts sector findable, readable and reusable by search engines, by industry associations and by fans. In a way, using Wikidata…

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Music from A Charlie Brown Christmas

December 15 at7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
$40.41 – $45.56

This encore performance (from our 2019-20 season) is a special request of the WECC and has become a holiday tradition in Winnipeg. The entertaining program, narrated by Quinn Greene and featuring vocalist Jayme Giesbrecht, is our own WJO version of the famous Charlie Brown Christmas story.

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January 2022

SWIFT: Summit for Women in Film Trades

January 14, 2022 - January 16, 2022
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) on January 14-16, 2022. 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 significantly more women…

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