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September 2018

Coalescence: Craft, Canadians, and Culture

September 28, 2018 - April 30, 2019
C2 Centre for Craft, 1 - 329 Cumberland Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1T2 Canada
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Celebrate Canadian cultural diversity and the 90th Anniversary of the founding of the Crafts Guild of Manitoba through a new exhibit curated by the Manitoba Crafts Museum and Library. In 1928, a New Canadian Folksong and Handicrafts Festival, organized by the Guild and the Canadian Pacific Railway, sought to provide a venue for new and established Canadians to get acquainted. The festival included 13 different nations, with their art, music, culture on display. Our exhibit pays homage to this original…

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January 2019

‘Matilda the Musical’ at RMTC

January 10 - February 2
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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Matilda’s parents don’t understand her. At all. Her school life is no picnic under the iron rule of the frightful Miss Trunchbull. Armed with a vivid imagination and razor-sharp intellect, this delightfully defiant little girl resolves to change her destiny. Winner of more than 85 international awards, including 16 for Best Musical, Roald Dahl’s cheeky salute to the power of the underdog has won over seven million people of all ages. Featuring irresistible music, whip-smart lyrics and the wild genius…

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Seasons of Togetherness | Toby Gillies

January 18 - February 15
aceart, 290 McDermot Ave – 2nd Floor
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1K2 Canada
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Free

Launch: 7pm, Friday, 18 January Artist talk: 7pm, Friday, 15 February Exhibition run: 18 January – 15 February, 2019 Gallery hours: Tuesday – Friday, 12-5pm Seasons of Togetherness incorporates drawing, collage, and animation in an installation about human interaction and connection. Inspired by fantasies found within thrift-store relationship guidebooks, self-help Internet articles, and step-by-step illustrations, Gillies has made a playful attempt to discover new ways to experience closeness with others and the world around. Source materials have been abstracted through…

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Sentient Soul by Faye Hall

January 18 - January 29
Cre8ery Gallery and Studio, 125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Free

Opening Reception: January 18, 7-10pm Additional Hours: January 19 to January 29 Tuesday-Friday: 12-6pm Saturdays: 12-5pm Sentient means being able to perceive and feel things. Art tells the truth through beauty – enabling us to see and attend, paying attention to something and each other. Faye Hall’s paintings tell stories – whether the paintings are for the books that she’s illustrated or stories about family and friends, her energetic repertoire will tell a story or remind the viewer of their…

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Clown & Clown Play

January 19 - May 26
WHEAT Institute, 100 Rue des Ruines du Monastere
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3V 1B9 Canada
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This course focuses on the art of clown and the formation of clown persona. It will be in workshop form with some video. This workshop format will comprise of clown training exercises, games and play scenarios to facilitate the student’s exploration of an emerging clown character. Videos will be used to introduce students to a variety clown styles and clown artists. Students will engage in “clown play”, and explore the relationship between clown, the pleasure of play, and sharing this…

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Sound Post-Production: what are we listening for?

January 22 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Video Pool Studio, 300–100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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$60 – $80

This is a four hour evening workshop for anyone interested in the process of working with recorded sounds, more commonly known as post-production. Participants of the workshop will gain insight into this process and will learn about different approaches/techniques for working with sound that can help improve the sound quality & creativity within their projects. Dates: Tuesday, January 22, 2019 (6pm-10pm) Fees: $60 member / $80 non-member Location: Video Pool Studio (300 – 100 Arthur St.) Limit: 8 Participants Instructor:…

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Artist Talk with Jean-Paul Kelly

January 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Plug In ICA, 460 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Free

In the lead up to Jean-Paul Kelly’s solo exhibition, That ends that matter, Plug In ICA welcomes this perceptive and provocative artist to Winnipeg. Kelly will introduce the complexity of his working process and research methods through a visual discussion of his work. On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 7pm, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art presents an artist talk by Jean-Paul Kelly. As an introduction to Kelly’s solo exhibition,That ends that matter, the artist will be speaking about the trajectory…

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January Music Meeting

January 24 - January 27
Manitoba Music, 1-376 Donald St, Winnipeg
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2J2 Canada
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$60 – $90

Music industry gathering. Heart of the country. Middle of the winter. $60 Members & Big Fun performers, $90 Non-Members The sixth edition of JMM welcomes some of Canada’s top music industry pros in a conference format that includes group sessions, discussion groups, networking mixers, and one-on-one meetings. Reps from the label, agency, management, festival, recording, and publicity sides of the industry will converge on Winnipeg to discuss the state of Canada’s independent music industry and provide concrete advice on how to succeed…

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Jean-Paul Kelly: That ends that matter

January 25 - March 24
Plug In ICA, 460 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Free

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Jean-Paul Kelly to Plug In ICA for his solo-exhibition, That ends that matter, a comprehensive video installation set in a courtroom. Part re-enactment combined with found photo montage streams and graphical animation, That ends that matter attempts to parse through and recite Kelly’s experiences observing hearings at the City of London Magistrates’ Court in Central London, UK. Given the UK’s regulations restricting all forms of visual or audio recording in courtrooms, any…

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Manitoba Music at Big Fun

January 25 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
The Forks Market, 1 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4L9 Canada
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$10

Manitoba Music and Big Fun team up to host the annual Manitoba Music Showcase at The Forks on January 25 featuring three buzz-worthy emerging local acts... APOLLO SUNS Born from the fusing of eight Winnipeg-based musicians, Apollo Suns have created a refreshing and innovative sound and live performance combining jazz, funk, rock, and psychedelic music. Their debut, Each Day a Different Sun, helped them win Instrumental Artists of the Year at the 2018 at the Western Canadian Music Awards and spent seven weeks on Earshot! National Top 50 charts…

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Queering Theatre Round-Table

January 27 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Rainbow Resource Centre, 170 Scott St
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0L7 Canada
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$10

“Queer theatre boldly says: No, we are not all the same. Actually, we are kind of different from one another. And, not only is that okay, but it’s a good thing.” – Buddies in Bad Times Theatre In this round-table discussion, panelists will speak to the representation and practice of queer stories in Winnipeg theatre, including the differing approaches to queering theatre in one’s own work. Topics include: How does one's identity as a queer person influence their work or…

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Family Sunday: Arctic Chill Out

January 27 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$20

$20 per family (up to 2 adults and 4 children under 18) • FREE for WAG members Keep your snowsuit on when you visit the Far North at the WAG! Head up to the rooftop where you'll learn how to make an iglu, help build a giant snow fort, and play with Siberian Husky dogs. Warm up inside with bannock and tea and explore the Mary Yuusipik Singaqti: Back River Memories and Nivinngajuliaat from Baker Lake exhibitions, plus all current shows.

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Impressionism in Canada (Lecture Series 2018-2019)

January 27 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Dalnavert Museum, 61 Carlton Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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$12 – $15

When you hear the term “Impressionism”, French artists such as Monet, Degas, and Renoir might come to mind. But the Impressionist movement was not limited to France alone; it also influenced artists here in Canada. In this lecture, Inés Bonacossa discusses the origins of Impressionism in France, its movement to Canada, and how it took shape much closer to home. The lecture will take place in our Visitors' Centre from 1:30-2:30 pm. Refreshments will be provided! Tickets are $15 ($12…

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Many Moods of Manitoba – Susan Selby

January 29 - March 9
Portage & District Arts Centre, 11 2 St NE
Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 1R8 Canada
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Free

Exhibition dates: January 29, 2019, to March 9, 2019 Exhibition opening and artist’s talk: February 3, 2019 Many Moods of Manitoba is a collection of fibre art pieces that are Selby’s interpretations of scenes of Manitoba. Living in Manitoba, she has come to love and be inspired by the prairie vistas. Large views of endless skies, boreal and aspen forests, as well as closer views of trees, grasses, flowers and leaves are the subjects she desires to interpret in her art.…

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Art and Mental Health: An Artist Talk with Cathie Ugrin

January 30
C2 Centre for Craft, 1 - 329 Cumberland Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1T2 Canada
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Free

Living with mental illness is a journey and a process. An emotional and physical roller-coaster that includes and involves loved ones, family and friends. Local Fabric Artist Cathie Ugrin has created an artist talk where she presents her own experiences as a case study and talks about how the creation of her solo fibre art exhibit Feeling from Without and Within uses art as a release and a means to understanding. Please join Cathie on January 30, 2019, at 7…

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‘A Doll’s House’ at RMTC

January 31 - February 16
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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Henrik Ibsen’s realist masterpiece resonates more than a century after the debut of Nora Helmer, whose bourgeois illusions are shattered by the realization that she’s merely a doll in her own home. Nora is so hopelessly devoted to her husband Torvald that she will do anything to save his life. When the blackmailer threatens to reveal all, Nora must decide how far she’ll go to protect her family. A story of great love, deceit and discovery, A Doll’s House broke…

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AGM at aceartinc.

January 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
aceart, 290 McDermot Ave – 2nd Floor
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1K2 Canada
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Free

All are welcome! Become a member or renew your membership for $25.00 online or in person. Members receive voting privileges at AGMs and other benefits, as outlined on our website  at aceart.org/membership. We'll be approving our new anti-oppression policy. Read it online at aceart.org/mandate.

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February 2019

Creative Drama Workshop

February 2 @ 9:00 am - February 3 @ 5:00 pm
WHEAT Institute, 100 Rue des Ruines du Monastere
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3V 1B9 Canada
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$395.00

Join WHEAT Institute and Drama Therapist Csilla Przibislawsky as we explore playfulness as an essential component of Drama. This two-day workshop helps students develop their creative imagination, self-expression, self-knowledge, and social relatedness through active participation in a variety of improvised dramatic activities. Students will become more comfortable with engaging in improvisation techniques and facilitating improvisation for others. The place and use of drama games will also be explored, as an important method of helping group members warm up both to…

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‘887’ at RMTC

February 8 - February 10
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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A Canadian theatre legend gets personal. Robert Lepage explores individual and collective memory in a visually stunning, evocative and unforgettable new show. An internationally celebrated artist known for breaking boundaries, Lepage’s mastery transcends genre with credits in theatre, film, ballet and opera. In high demand as a creative visionary, Lepage has designed productions for Cirque du Soleil and directed two tours for musician Peter Gabriel. After premiering at the Pan Am Games in Toronto, 887 wowed audiences on a worldwide…

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Certificate Program in Museum Practice

February 8 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fort La Reine Museum, 2652 E Saskatchewan Ave
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba R1N 3Z9 Canada
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$125 – $165

Museum programming means sharing stories your museum has to tell with visitors. Programming can be aimed at school children, adults, seniors, and/or families. Programs can be developed around school curriculum, current social issues or they can offer an opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the life and activities of days gone by. Participants will learn how to use objects in teaching and develop skills in planning and developing a curriculum-based school program and planning and developing a public education…

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Explore-Abilities Morning

February 9 @ 8:00 am - 9:25 am
Manitoba Children’s Museum, 45 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Part of our Explore-Abilities Access Program, join us for an Explore-Abilities Morning – a sensory-friendly museum experience designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and sensory processing differences to have fun and enjoy interactive, hands-on learning in a safe and accessible facility! Developed in conjunction with experts from Autism Learning Centre, Autism Manitoba, and On The Spectrum Therapy Services, this event features: Light and sound reductions in museum galleries Extra visual signage for safety A less crowded environment Designated quiet…

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Manitoba Music Rocks Charity Bonspiel

February 9 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Granite Curling Club, 1 Granite Way
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0Y9 Canada
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$180

Manitoba Music and Manitoba Film & Music present MANITOBA MUSIC ROCKS CHARITY BONSPIEL In support of the Kevin Walters Memorial Fund Saturday, February 9, 2019 Granite Curling Club, One Granite Way Team Registration Fee is $180 per team (4 x $45). #mbrocks Schedule Registration 11AM Practice session 11:30AM First Draw 12PM Second Draw 1:15PM Dinner 5:30PM Awards & Raffle 6:30PM Questions? Email curling@manitobamusic.com 

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Family Fusion

February 10 - April 14
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$20

Family Fusion is a monthly DIY arts and crafts event – stop by the WAG with your family and spend some creative time together. Drop-in between 1pm and 3pm • $20 per family (2 adults and up to 4 children under 18) Includes entry to all galleries • FREE for WAG members. Sunday, Feb 10 • Valentine: Make some special prints for your loved ones. Spring Break Family Fusion Tuesday, Mar 26 • Dioramas: Design a custom room from your imagination. Thursday.…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Isn’t She Lovely – The Music of Stevie Wonder!

February 10 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

He has sold 100 million records, has 10 number one hits, and won Album of the Year three times. His music is syncopated, soulful and sophisticated. He is masterful on piano, mesmerizing on harmonica, and magic when he sings. He is the one and only Stevie Wonder and the WJO explores his music re-imagined for big band. Vocalist and harmonica player Todd Martin joins the band as we pay tribute to a Motown legend.

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Isn’t She Lovely – The Music of Stevie Wonder!

February 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

He has sold 100 million records, has 10 number one hits, and won Album of the Year three times. His music is syncopated, soulful and sophisticated. He is masterful on piano, mesmerizing on harmonica, and magic when he sings. He is the one and only Stevie Wonder and the WJO explores his music re-imagined for big band. Vocalist and harmonica player Todd Martin joins the band as we pay tribute to a Motown legend.

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MakerLab: Tinsmithing

February 13 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$40 – $45

Fashion the perfect adornments for the fringes of your ceinture fléchée/ Métis sash, just in time for Festival du Voyageur and Louis Riel Day. Fabrice (Fab) Siaux will show you how to craft tin using designs based on historical patterns, but with a modern twist. Make a trio of handmade tin goods: a spice grater, a tin box, and tinkling cones. $45 single ticket / $40 WAG members or 2+ tickets. Ages 14 and up. Participants under the age of…

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FEAST: Valentine’s Edition

February 14 - February 16
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$60 – $70

Perfect for a special Valentine’s date! Enjoy the WAG's signature dinner-and-tour program, featuring a three-course meal, followed by an exciting guided tour in the exhibition galleries. Feb 14 & 16 Dinner is served at 6pm; tour at 7:30pm Tickets $70; $60 for WAG members

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Franco-Fun Day

February 18 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Manitoba Children’s Museum, 45 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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At the Children’s Museum, Louis Riel Day is the opportunity to celebrate French Canadian Culture. Kick things off with a performance from l’Ensemble folklorique de la Rivière Rouge at 11:00AM. Enjoy our special themed crafts, activities, and French story times throughout the day. Don’t miss our very special Franco-Fun Day! Au Children’s Museum, la Journée de Louis Riel est l’occasion de célébrer la culture franco-canadienne! Le 19 février, les festivités se tiendront de 11 à 15h! Commencez la journée avec une performance de l’Ensemble…

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‘A Doll’s House – Part 2’ at RMTC

February 21 - March 16
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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The door slam heard around the world still echoes when a liberated Nora returns home after 15 years. In his daring sequel to Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece, Lucas Hnath takes a modern approach to continue a shocking conversation. Faced with unexpected trouble, Nora is forced to ask for her ex-husband’s help, but it becomes clear that her salvation must come at his expense. As the threat of disgrace looms once again, they both must decide what they are willing to sacrifice…

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Family Stroller Tours: Behind Closed Doors

February 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map

Monthly stroller-friendly tours that allow you to engage in conversations on art with other adults while being mindful of your little ones. Behind Closed Doors: Step inside the artist's studio in this unique display. Tour included with Gallery admission; FREE for WAG members. Children 5 and under are free.

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Paint Party: Abstract Colour Block

February 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$40 – $45

Learn a little colour theory while painting an eye-catching canvas. Choose from a selection of contemporary colour palettes, practice how to handle a brush with precision, and spend a relaxing and enjoyable evening with your friends …or make new ones! $45 single ticket • $40 WAG members or for two or more tickets 18+ event • Cash bar available Your ticket to Paint Party helps support programming for children, teens, and adults. For more information, email studioprograms-assistant@wag.ca

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‘Made in Italy’ at RMTC

February 28 - March 16
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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It’s the 1970s and Francesco is the only kid in his Jasper school with a three-piece suit and a lunchbox full of cured meats and aged cheeses. Torn between his father’s deep Italian roots and the desire to adapt to his new country, Francesco Mantini fights his way to a new identity, with John Travolta as his model. Will the family bond survive Francesco’s rise to fame as Frank Martin? In this funny and charming one-man play, the journey from…

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March 2019

Exploring Indigenous Knowledge and Perspectives through Art

March 2 @ 9:00 am - March 3 @ 5:00 pm
WHEAT Institute, 100 Rue des Ruines du Monastere
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3V 1B9 Canada
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$395.00

Join WHEAT Institute and Lita Fontaine in this two-day workshop exploring Indigenous perspectives through art by using dialogue, sharing land base knowledge, and creating a personal connection to Spirit while creating a small piece of artwork from items that you have a personal connection/association with. **REGISTRATION** Register for this standalone 2-day workshop, or complete the full Expressive Arts Therapy Certificate which is eligible for 6 credit hours with University of Winnipeg's PBDE. To register online, fill out section #1 on…

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Pippin The Musical – Reimagined!

March 7 - March 16
Gas Station Theatre, 445 River Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0C3 Canada
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From the composer of WICKED, Pippin is the tony award winning musical which chronicles one man’s journey in search of greatness. This provocative reimagining, will take you on a journey through the darkest parts of human experience, into the great unknown. Innovative design and gritty orchestrations accompanied by some of Winnipeg’s top performers will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Born to Be Blue with pianist and composer David Braid

March 17 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

Chet Baker was the poster boy for cool jazz. His melancholy delivery of a lyric and understated trumpet rocketed the troubled musician to stardom. Robert Budreau’s 2015 film Born to Be Blue explores the tragic rise and fall of Baker with a stellar soundtrack composed by David Braid, who joins the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra to perform music made famous by the cool jazz superstar.

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Born to Be Blue with pianist and composer David Braid

March 17 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

Chet Baker was the poster boy for cool jazz. His melancholy delivery of a lyric and understated trumpet rocketed the troubled musician to stardom. Robert Budreau’s 2015 film Born to Be Blue explores the tragic rise and fall of Baker with a stellar soundtrack composed by David Braid, who joins the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra to perform music made famous by the cool jazz superstar.

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Kidoons in association with Theatre Calgary and the 20K Collective presents ‘BOOM X’

March 21 - April 13
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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After making an impact with the multimedia hit BOOM, the inimitable Rick Miller is back with BOOM X. Playing more than 100 characters, Rick takes us from Woodstock in 1969 to 1995 when the Internet was starting to dominate our lives. Some famous BOOM characters make appearances. (Spoiler alert: Lennon gets shot, Reagan gets elected.) Showcasing cutting-edge projections and Rick’s virtuoso impressions of politicians, musicians and activists, BOOM X navigates the baby boom’s tangled legacy. Hold onto your seat as…

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2019 WFG Spring Break Teen Filmmaking Camp

March 25 - March 29
Winnipeg Film Group, 304 - 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB Canada
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$175

Attention teens, this is a great workshop for those interested in Filmmaking. Spring is coming and the Teen Basic Filmmaking Camp is the place to be for the young aspiring filmmakers of the future! No experience required! This one-week course will provide teens (ages 13-18) with a hands-on environment covering the various departments involved in a shoot, and will expose them to the basic components of film and video production. Covering the basics of camera, lighting, location sound recording and…

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April 2019

‘John’ at RMTC

April 4 - April 20
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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Jenny and Elias are taking their crumbling relationship on a tour of Civil War sites, in the hope that a few days in a Gettysburg bed and breakfast will bring them together again. Their quirky hostess is a collector of countless fondly displayed objects, each representing some ghost or memory. The old dear’s treasures may soothe or haunt, depending on one’s state, and the player piano can take on an alarming life of its own at 2:00 in the morning.…

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Movement Workshop: Being Butoh Body

April 20 @ 9:00 am - April 21 @ 5:00 pm
WHEAT Institute, 100 Rue des Ruines du Monastere
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3V 1B9 Canada
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$395.00

Join WHEAT Institute and Tanja Woloshen in a 2-day movement workshop. Being Butoh Body will provide students with a variety of experiential dynamics, intended to develop movement potential, and body-mind consciousness. Being Butoh Body will largely draw from contemporary Japanese dance techniques that utilize core-work, stamina, mindfulness, ecology, and internal imagery. Being Butoh Body will provide students with an innovative, challenging, and inspiring dance experiences. This is a studio class, and will be in a warm-up, exercise, and sweat format.…

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‘The Cottage’ at RMTC

April 25 - May 18
Royal MTC, 174 Market Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8 Canada
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Randall is a free-thinking, commitment-averse dreamer who might be cheating on her banker boyfriend with the local handyman. Middle-aged Bennet longs for his teenage years, and it shows. Matty won a bit of money, quit his job and has been riding the freedom highway ever since. One thing these siblings have in common is their love for the family cottage. Their ailing mother has given them the weekend to decide what to do with the cottage after she’s gone, and…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Fiesta Cubana with Papa Mambo

April 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

Led by Chilean-born guitarist and percussionist Rodrigo Muñoz, Papa Mambo celebrates their thirtieth anniversary by conjuring images of tropical beaches, Miami nightclubs and Cuban street parties for the WJO’s high-energy season finale. Featuring Muñoz’s Papa Mambo embedded in the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, get your dancin’ shoes and join us for Fiesta Cubana!

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Fiesta Cubana with Papa Mambo

April 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd + Google Map
$19 – $39

Led by Chilean-born guitarist and percussionist Rodrigo Muñoz, Papa Mambo celebrates their thirtieth anniversary by conjuring images of tropical beaches, Miami nightclubs and Cuban street parties for the WJO’s high-energy season finale. Featuring Muñoz’s Papa Mambo embedded in the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, get your dancin’ shoes and join us for Fiesta Cubana!

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