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January 2021

Visual Arts Touring Program

January 13
$150

We are accepting applications to the Touring Exhibition Program. MAN provides rural communities with high quality, cost-effective exhibitions by covering all expenses such as shipping, insurance, packing and crating, signage, didactic labels, and artist fees for a one-month member booking fee of $150. Exhibitions that are selected each year are from both emerging and professional artists, present a range of media and themes, and feature both challenging contemporary work and traditional approaches to art-making through solo, two-person, and group exhibitions.…

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Adventure Filmmakers Workshop 2021

January 13
$25

The Adventure Filmmakers Workshop is an exceptional chance for independent and emerging filmmakers to advance their skills under the guidance of two of the world’s premier and proven adventure filmmakers. During this 4 week online program, participants will learn insider skills to hone their craft, strengthen their narratives, interact online with fellow filmmakers during group critique sessions, and will receive guidance on small independent projects throughout the course. Guest speakers will provide expertise in the areas of storytelling, audio, editing…

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The Art of the Music Video with Ryan Steel

January 16 at1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$10 – $20

In “The Art of the Music Video” workshop you will learn the building blocks of making a music video. We’ll go over the steps from conceptualization to shooting to editing the final product. From case studies you’ll learn the in’s and out’s of making videos that stand out. You’ll also learn tips on getting into actually making music videos. “Ryan Steel” is an independent filmmaker and animator from Treaty 1 Territory. He has made music videos for bands such as Begonia,…

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Webinar: Board Succession Planning

January 18 at8:00 am - 5:00 pm
$10

Board succession planning is essential to good governance as it sets the stage for board engagement, performance and effective leadership. This webinar will provide tips and strategies to prepare for board members leaving the board and have a plan to replace them with the necessary skills to minimize risk and the transition period. Who should attend: Participants can include Board members, Executive Directors, and anyone who is interested in learning more about this topic. Facilitator: Tracy Douglass has been involved…

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Indigenous Leadership | Negotiation Skills Training Online (2-day)

January 19 - January 20
$1195

Many Indigenous communities and organizations are in negotiations, or are preparing to negotiate, on important issues such as land claims, self-governance, fiscal arrangements, natural resources, co-management agreements, and business partnerships. You will learn and practice each step in the negotiation process by using proven interest-based negotiation techniques. What does the program offer? Community and organizational interest and position clarification to determine your goals for the negotiation outcomes A community and individual-based approach to planning participation and support in the negotiation…

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Write Over Here: Open Rezidency

January 20
$25

Write Over Here: Open Rezidency is a three week online self-directed residency, where self-motivated writers are invited to work within their community to engage with faculty to support their practice.  Participants will meet with the faculty team via Zoom for weekly gathering where they cohort will come together to connect, share readings, and have deeper discussions on their process. Throughout the residency, faculty will offer one-on-one meetings, as well as workshops that explore different writing practices. Writers will have the…

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Girls in Gaming

January 20 at11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free

Girls in Gaming is dedicated to creating a fun and collaborative space for young women and gender diverse students to explore the technical and creative possibilities of video game development. For teachers who are looking to supplement their curriculum with something fun and creative for students, these workshops are perfect for you! Originally designed for grades 7-9, NMM is expanding to include high school and post-secondary students. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of designers, creators, and engineers.…

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Manitoba Women in Tech

January 20 at5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Free

MBWit is thrilled to present the next virtual meetup happening on January 20, 2021. Jane Helbrecht, a partner with Acuity HR Solutions, will share her knowledge on three common barriers women in tech face and two major shifts needed to put confidence into action moving forward. Overcoming Challenges: Barriers to Confidence Make a mind shift on what confidence looks and feels like in practice. Address three common barriers to confidence for women in tech Meet like-minded people who work in and with tech…

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Make and Grow Microgrants for MAWA Members

January 21
Free

Make and Grow Microgrants of $300 each are available to help fund creative projects in the visual arts and professional development. Tell us how we can help you achieve your shortterm goals and needs. Do you need to buy materials to make a particular piece? Rent a studio in which to create? Hire a senior artist for feedback, advice or help writing a grant application? Take a workshop? We seek project proposals from MAWA members at all levels of their…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Ferry Cross the Mersey

January 21 at6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$25

Join musicologist John Einarson in this groovy look back at Liverpool in the 1960’s. Get a deeper knowledge and appreciation for the sights and sounds that changed our world. Sit back and relax with your favourite snacks and invite friends from anywhere to join in on the fun – It’s a gas! For more information and to register, go to https://mcma.ca/ferry-cross-the-mersey/ Open to participants aged 14 and up.

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Grant Funding with Kevin Tabachnik

January 21 at7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$10 – $20

Are you working on a project that needs funding? This grant writing workshop will help you learn how to craft a grant that encompasses the heart of your story and your unique passionate take on it. This workshop is recommended to people that are currently in the process of writing a grant. Day 1 – Overview of the Grant process (what is a grant) – Types of grants and funding (differences between funding streams) – Preparing for a grant (what…

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Online Beaded Earring Workshop with Jessie Pruden

January 23 at12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$76 – $81

In this workshop, you will design your own small pair of fringe earrings. Using high quality Miyuki beads you will learn how to do a double brick stitch to see your creation come to life! To ensure the safety of the participants and instructor this workshop will be held online over Zoom. Workshop runs: Saturday, January 23, 2021 Registration deadline: Friday, January 15, 2021 Registration fees: MCML Members – $60 Non-members – $65 Kit fee: $16 Each supply kit contains…

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Musical Theatre Intensive

January 25 - January 29
Free

This program is a deep dive into the art of music theatre for anyone with a passion for singing, dancing, and acting. Open to high school age (or older). Presented in partnership with the Village Conservatory for Music Theatre, the program will focus on fundamentals of the triple threat of acting, singing and dance; how to use those fundamentals to develop a unique artistic voice and create art; and how to prepare for an audition. Classes will include video presentations,…

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Mocap with your Webcam

January 25 at7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

Dance with a virtual body through your webcam and the RADiCAL AI-powered motion capture software! Designed with contemporary artists and dancers in mind; this will begin with an overview of motion capture techniques available today. The virtual hands-on component of the workshop will explore RADiCAL, an AI-powered motion capture tool, to generate data files from web camera recordings and apply the data to animate readymade avatars or 3D objects in Unity (free software). Workshop open to all skill levels, no…

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Indigenous Leadership | Leading Teams: Governance for Indigenous Councils and Boards – Online

January 26
$1695

Indigenous leaders, managers, and directors are faced with increasingly complex issues, accelerated change, and new ways of doing business. They are also finding new and creative ways to move beyond standard corporate models of governance to embrace culturally grounded models of Indigenous governance. This program will explore the structure and management of a governing body for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, with a particular focus on building solid foundations for Indigenous governance. Participants will come away with tools to understand their…

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One-on-one Career Coaching for Film Professionals

January 30 - January 31
$50

The fast-paced nature of film industry projects requires prompt, clear and effective communication to get things done which others are depending on. Conflict or misunderstandings can add further cause stress to already high stress situations. Given that there is no time for traditional meetings, one idea is that leaders can start off each project with a short Crew chat, beginning with, “Here’s the deal! This is how I want to work with you so that you, our Crew and this…

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Film Composing with Liam Berry

January 30 - January 31
$20 – $40

These two day Film Composing workshops will explore techniques and processes of setting music to the screen. We’ll examine the masterworks of the past century, how composers approach writing music for film, technical terminology and procedures of the scoring studio. Day two will go over bringing this information into scoring a scene itself. Bring whatever musical experience you might have – lots or little – and, most importantly, a sense of humour, collaboration, and an open mind. Liam Berry is…

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February 2021

One Queer City

February 1 - February 14
Free

From November 16, 2020, to February 14, 2021, the School of Art Gallery presents One Queer City, a multi-site exhibition featuring the work of Jean Borbridge, Mahlet Cuff, Dayna Danger, Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan, Larry Glawson, and Ally Gonzalo. Curated by Blair Fornwald, SOA Gallery Director/Curator. One Queer City revisits and builds upon the premises of One Gay City, a not-fully-realized public art installation by collaborative duo Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, who created three prints for transit shelters in 1997.  Each…

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Winter Workshop Series

February 1 - March 5
Free

Sick + Twisted Theatre is proud to present our Winter Workshop Series. We’ve teamed up with some of Winnipeg’s finest artists to offer four training programs that will help you learn new skills or take your work up a notch. Especially developed for Winnipeggers who identify as Deaf, disabled, mad, or sick, these classes will help you find new ways to speak your truth. The workshops are: Songwriting with John K Samson, Wednesday afternoons, Jan. 20 to Mar. 10. Rap Class with…

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6-week Winter Intro Offer

February 1 - February 27
$140

Does Your Child Want To Try A New Instrument, But You Aren’t Quite Ready To Commit Them To A Full Year Of Lessons? Always Wanted To Play An Instrument? Want To Return To The Instrument You Played Growing Up? Want To Give Virtual Lessons A Try? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you! With our Winter Intro Offer you can purchase 6, 30-minute weekly lessons for only $140. The best part? You can use this offer to take lessons on any instrument that you choose!…

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Feel the Beat

February 1 - February 10
$60

March along to the beat of your own drum with MCMA’s drum kit and percussion instructor Caroline Bucher! Get up out of your seat and tapping your feet with body percussion, and learn how to tell an exciting story through found percussion soundscapes. Break out those old pots and pans, and jam out with some friends in this 45-minute class where we answer the question -What is rhythm? For more information and to register, go to https://mcma.ca/feel-the-beat/

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Songwriting Tuesdays

February 1 - February 16
$100

It’s time to let out your inner songwriter! Join Lindsey as she invites students to experiment with original ideas, challenge their creativity, discover their unique voice, and discuss the fundamentals of music creation. Learn how to bring melodies, chords, lyrics, and recording together with the universal language of music, and uncover what “expression through sound” means both individually and collectively. No previous experience required; let’s get creative and share ideas from the comfort of home together. For more information and…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Intro to Theory

February 1 - February 18
$90

Theory can be daunting for any musician to dive into – but it doesn’t have to be. With this Introduction to Theory class, you can learn the basics of theory in a fun, supportive environment. No need for prerequisites – we begin with the basics. The 4 week session will present the basic concepts of music theory: the Musical Alphabet, the Grand Staff, basic rhythmic notation, simple time signatures, note placement on the staff, half steps, whole steps, sharps and…

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Made in Manitoba Masterclass Series – Safe at Home Theatre Arts Edition

February 1 - February 7
Free

Winnipeg Studio Theatre is hosting 26 FREE (virtual) theatre arts workshops thanks to the Government of Manitoba's Safe at Home Grant. Featuring a roster of Made in Manitoba theatre arts specialists, the sessions cover all aspects of theatre arts performance – from acting, singing and dance technique to voiceover, acting for camera, mime and make-up for the stage. Each live Zoom session includes instruction as well as a Q & A with our guest faculty. Schedule Jan. 10 – 1:00…

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Songwriting Collaboration

February 1 - March 7
Free

Join Lindsey White online & participate in the creation of brand-new music! Tune in to observe, comment your creative input toward lyrics & melodies, help improvise or vote on song ideas. We’ll be using Garageband to create a new musical composition entirely on the spot. No experience necessary. All listeners and music appreciators welcome! Suitable for ages 14+ Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go…

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Répertoire XR | Canada | XR Database

February 1 - February 10
Free

This initiative led by the cultural services of the French Embassy in Canada, coordinated by Alliance Française de Vancouver, in partnership with Xn Québec, aims to build an exhaustive map of all Canadian studios currently active in the production of immersive, interactive and techno-creative projects, with a focus on those looking to expand to European markets. Make sure to represent your studio, its expertise and its principal fields of activity. Fill out the form below now to enjoy the visibility offered by this database. Cette…

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Critical Painting Perspectives

February 1 at9:30 am - 10:30 am
Free

This online reading group is dedicated to exploring ideas, practices, theory and criticism with respect to contemporary painting. Group Zoom meetings will be held the first Monday of every month at 9 am. All women or non-binary painters are welcome to join the conversation, and critically evaluate and discuss the selected reading over a virtual cup of coffee. Interested in participating? Email facilitator Laura Darnbrough at laura@mawa.ca for links to a short accessible article and the online meeting. The February…

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Online: Business Continuity Planning and Scenario Planning

February 2 - February 4
$95

Is your organization prepared to continue to deliver its core programs and services if normal operations are interrupted? Having a business continuity plan will allow you to maintain or quickly resume operations during or after an event or hazard like COVID-19 that causes a service interruption. Is effective planning possible during changing and uncertain times? Compiling key information and resources in advance will ensure your organization has a framework to work through important decisions when an event occurs Scenario Planning…

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Youth-kulele

February 2 - February 23
$60

You’ve bought your child that ukulele they’ve been asking for. Now set your youngster on the right track with Youth-kulele, a 4 week course where your child will learn ukulele care and tuning, basic strumming, how to read chord charts, and learn their first song. For more information and to register, go to https://mcma.ca/youth-kulele/

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Devising Performance for Immersive Webspace: Volumetric Performance Toolbox

February 2 at7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

How can movement artists still create and perform from their living spaces during the Covid pandemic? How can movement artists still create and perform from their living spaces during the Covid pandemic? Volumetric Performance Toolbox is the collaborative project of Valencia James, Glowbox and Sorob Louie, which envisions live online volumetric dance performance as a new way for artists to create and perform from their own living spaces and audiences to communally experience art using minimal equipment, during this time…

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Social Media Platforms – Strategy, Content and Evaluation

February 3 - February 24
Free

This 4-week series of 90-minute social media workshops is geared specifically to Manitoba Arts Network (MAN) members. MAN members can register for any or all sessions. Registration is separate for each online workshop. Finally, we will use Zoom Meetings instead of Zoom Webinar to ensure a high degree of interactivity and a better learning experience. To keep the arts front and centre in all of our work, we’re inviting artists as opening act for these sessions and we’ll ask them…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Music and Nature

February 3 - February 10
$35 – $50

Contemporary composer and naturalist John Luther Adams recently composed a monumental trilogy devoted to ocean, river and desert, exploring the environment with a sense of reverence and awe. The tradition of honouring nature in music goes back centuries. Beethoven, Schubert and Brahms needed walks in the woods in order to compose. Beethoven’s 6th symphony, the Pastoral, is his ode to the beauty of the great outdoors. Mahler’s first symphony evokes a primordial awakening of nature, while his 3rd is like…

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Roles and Responsibilities of a Non-Profit Board

February 4 at4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
$95

Board members of an incorporated, non-profit organization are legally responsible for the governance of the organization and are expected to develop, implement and monitor policies that will allow the organization to carry out its mission. Beyond their legal duties, board members are also important resources - they contribute to the culture, effectiveness, and strategic focus, as well as act as ambassadors and advocates for the work being done by the organization. While a board may appoint staff and/or committees to…

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SWANA Film Festival

February 5 - February 18
Free

SWANA Film Festival is a free two-week online film festival featuring short films, poetry, and workshops. SWANA Film Festival showcases Southwest Asian and North African creativity on screen to speak to themes of diaspora, dis/connection, agency, and change. Presented with the support of the Government of Canada through the Young Canada Works program, Building Careers in Heritage.

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Casting a Line: Curated by Mariana Muñoz Gomez

February 5 - March 5
MAWA, 611 Main St
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1E1
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Free

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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Set Orientation, Safety Awareness, and Respect in the Workplace

February 6 at10:00 am - 4:00 pm
$110

To register as a first time participant of Set Orientation you can now pay online.  Just click the link here and select “Set Orientation with Terence & Reed” under Online Course Sign-Ups. If you have already taken Set Orientation online you can e-mail info@filmtraining.mb.ca or call 204-989-9669. We can also take a credit card payment over the phone. About The Workshop Set Orientation Surviving your first days and weeks on a film set Understanding the hierarchy and protocol Dealing with the deal memo Workplace Safety…

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Writing Persuasive Proposals

February 10 - February 17
$145

Proposal writing is one of the most challenging but also rewarding parts of working in the non-profit world. We all operate on very tight budgets, so the opportunity to pursue new programs or projects can be very enticing, but the competition is strong. An increase in demand from other non-profits, a reduction in the availability of government grants, and more pressure being placed on foundations and corporate funders means knowing how to write a persuasive proposal is essential to successfully…

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BIPOC Tech Talk

February 11 at7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

Hosted by the lovely Eusebio Lopez-Aguilar, Video Pool Media Arts Centre would like to make space for #2SQT+BIPOC / #BIPOC #designers #programmers #coders #musicians #videographers #photographers #dancers #creators & #artsadministrators to talk about #art&technology, how we use #technology to make #art, and the milieu that comes with that in #Winnipeg ;). If you’re available, please join us on the following dates: Date: Thursday February 11 , 2021 | 7pm CST Location: Online – Video Pool Media Arts Centre Cost: FREE Limit: 100 participants WATCH FOR MORE UPCOMING DATES! If you’re interested, please email eusebio@videopool.org and he’ll…

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Manitoba Arts Council Arts Leaders Program

February 15
Manitoba Arts Council, 525-93 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3B1 Canada
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Free

Arts Leaders, in partnership with the Winnipeg Foundation. This program supports building the capacity for leadership by individuals who identify as Indigenous, Black, and/or People of Colour in Manitoba’s arts and cultural sector. Arts & cultural professionals, Knowledge Keepers, and professional artists who identify as IBPOC can apply for grants of up to $35,000 to pursue mentorship, training opportunities, post-secondary arts and cultural leadership studies, and more. What you can apply for Mentorship and/or training opportunities within an organization. To…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra – Safe At Home Concerts

February 17 - February 28
Free

​Featuring Andrina Turenne and Ariane Jean with the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra. Take a musical voyage from old Paris to the Métis new nation with songs like For Me, Formidable, La Vie en Rose, Histoire d’antan and J’entends le Moulin.  Throw in a couple of big band charts to spice things up and you’ve got yourself a fantastic show!

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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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Free

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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Coming Back Stronger: Using the Shutdown to Rebuild Audience Loyalty

February 18 at1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

Research from past downturns and crises shows that audiences typically don’t return at the same levels as before. Even once return is safe and we reopen our doors, we can expect – after an initial post-reopening burst of audience energy – that arts organizations will face challenges to audience growth that will limit their return and loyalty. How can we avoid that drop off in 2021 and beyond? What are the critical actions to take now to avoid an acceleration…

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Virtual Production with HaZ Dulull

February 18 at6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

New Media Manitoba and Film Training Manitoba are proud to present Director / Producer - HaZ Dulull.  In this presentation and Q&A session, HaZ will talk about pivoting from his live action filmmaking career towards animated feature films and TV to stay relevant and proactive in Hollywood. HaZ will share how indie filmmakers can harness game engines to tell high-concept stories that were impossible to achieve previously without massive budgets and resources. Learn how a proof of concept pilot started his journey with…

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Catalyst Music Conference

February 22 at8:00 am - 5:00 pm
$30 – $60

Manitoba Music is launching Catalyst Music Conference, a new virtual conference focused on connection, creation, community, and professional development for the music industry in Manitoba. Building on the foundation of the long-running January Music Meeting, Catalyst kicks off March 3, welcoming music industry pros and music creators from around the world. Programming includes specialized and interactive training through presentations, discussion groups, and networking mixers. Catalyst offers Manitoba's music community a rare opportunity to network with and learn from a cross…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra MPTF Jazz Quintet Concerts: A Few of Our Favourite Things

February 22 at7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

​This performance will showcase a few favourites picked by band members along with a couple of original tunes. Leader and trumpeter, Richard Gillis is joined by Neil Watson (alto sax) and Lauren Teterenko (tenor sax), along with two of Winnipeg’s finest rhythm players, Will Bonness (piano) and Gilles Fournier (bass). Neil Watson's favourites choices are Lennie’s Pennies (Lennie Tristano) and Arabia (Curtis Fuller), and Lauren has made an arrangement of Wayne Shorter's Backstage Sally. Richard has chosen two compositions that…

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Online: Creating Connections to Build Retention

February 23 at9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$95

Engaging and staying connected with your volunteers is critical, and particularly if they are working distantly or not able to volunteer at this time. This workshop will help you better understand volunteer retention and how to create a meaningful connection with your volunteers. When it comes to volunteer retention our minds often jump first to our own capacity, and what our organization is capable of achieving when it comes to retention. But it's important to look at retention from the…

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Computing Sound – Computer as an Instrument – Performance Systems for Sound Art

February 23 at7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

In the hands of an artist, the computer is the most expressive and innovative instrument for sound and music. The magic lies in building performance systems that enable real-time creative expression with defined limits. In this workshop, Ali will explore computer-based strategies for sound synthesis, performance systems, algorithmic techniques, and connecting “outside the box” to hardware and visual art. Ali will share his favorite techniques, built in Reaktor, MAX/MSP, SuperCollider, and Processing.js Ali Khan is a long-time electronic music producer…

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Virtual Production with HaZ Dulull

February 24 at6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

New Media Manitoba and Film Training Manitoba are proud to present Director / Producer – HaZ Dulull.  In this presentation and Q&A session, HaZ will talk about pivoting from his live action filmmaking career towards animated feature films and TV to stay relevant and proactive in Hollywood. HaZ will share how indie filmmakers can harness game engines to tell high-concept stories that were impossible to achieve previously without massive budgets and resources. Learn how a proof of concept pilot started his journey with…

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Critical Painting Perspectives – March

February 25 at8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

This online reading group is dedicated to exploring ideas, practices, theory and criticism with respect to contemporary painting. Group Zoom meetings will be held the first Monday of every month at 9 am. All women or non-binary painters are welcome to join the conversation, and critically evaluate and discuss the selected reading over a virtual cup of coffee. Interested in participating? Email facilitator Laura Darnbrough at laura@mawa.ca for links to a short accessible article and the online meeting. Laura Darnbrough…

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What’s in your Sewing Basket? An Online Talk with Claire Sparling

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

Join us for an online talk with Claire Sparling as she investigates historical sewing tools from the Manitoba Crafts Museum and Library’s collection. Claire will also discuss her studio and work, musings about a tailor’s set of tools, as well as demonstrate some sewing techniques. There will be a question and answer portion where Claire will discuss sewing literacy and answer the audience’s questions. This talk will be hosted online via Zoom. The talk will be recorded and posted on…

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WORD POWER and SOCIAL CHANGE: A Conversation with Poets

February 25 at7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

We invite you to watch I AM: A Spoken Word Story (38min, links below). Then join us on February 25th for an engaging conversation about the power of words! REGISTER FOR CONVERSATION EVENT! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/word-power-and-social-change-a-conversation-with-poets-tickets-141502488753 About this Event: How can we harness the power of words and use artistic expression to tell our stories, shape our narratives, empower our communities, connect with one another and promote social change? We welcome to the conversation up-and-coming poets from the film I AM: A…

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March 2021

Leading4Impact: Plan. Learn. Adapt.

March 1 - March 31
$3200

As a leader, you build your organization’s planning and evaluation culture – developing a shared direction, aligning efforts and sharing results. Leading4Impact is a co-learning opportunity designed to increase your ability to plan, implement and sustain organizational planning and evaluation practices. Leading4Impact equips you with change management knowledge, theories and approaches to effectively guide planning and evaluation initiatives. Focused on strengthening your organization’s planning and evaluation culture, Leading4Impact will explore: – how change impacts, and is affected by, individuals and organizations – how to unlock resistance…

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Fiddling Around

March 1 - March 29
Free

Join Kyle Burghout, a North American Irish Fiddle Champion, for a weekly session of learning new fiddling repertoire. You will explore a variety of genres, including Manitoba fiddling, Scottish and Irish pieces. This class is intended for those who have at least 2-3 years of violin or fiddling experience and are looking to explore new repertoire and make new friends. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and…

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Old Tyme Afternoons

March 1 - March 31
Free

Join Stephen for an afternoon of toe-tapping music that is fun, familiar, and nostalgic. Hear everything from eastern European polka music to classic favourites complete with storytelling and fun facts. We dare you to try and stay in your chair. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Family Music Afternoons

March 1 - March 27
Free

Join McKenna Ogg for an afternoon of family time playing games, trivia and making music as a family. Instruments are welcome but not necessary. This program is suitable for children and adults of all ages. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Musical Theatre for Kids

March 1 - March 25
Free

Intended for kids with some experience as singers or actors, this class will further explore how to make your character come to life through expressive singing, movement and acting. Using repertoire from some of the most popular musicals, Elliot will guide students to take their performance skills to the next level. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Musical Theatre for Teens

March 1 - March 25
Free

Intended for teenagers with some experience as singers or actors, this class will further explore how to make your character come to life through expressive singing, movement and acting. Using repertoire from some of the most popular musicals, Elliot will guide students to take their performance skills to the next level. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Family Band Open Mic

March 1 - March 19
Free

Get ready to unwind after a long week! Presenting the MCMA's Virtual Family Open Mic Night with Carter Graham, a weekly session where families can gather to showcase their talents, perform songs and participate in music-themed games and activities! Invite your friends and make new ones while staying connected this winter. Open to all grown-ups, kids and families of all ages, skill level and music styles. Grab your snacks (and your instruments) and settle in for a cozy and comfortable…

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Family Ukulele

March 1 - March 22
Free

Join Phil to learn or review the fundamentals of playing ukulele, and build your repertoire list. Join individually or as a family unit to spend an evening strumming and singing some classics. Explore chord and strumming patterns, but most importantly musicality and fun! For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Musical Theatre Trivia Nights

March 1 - March 27
Free

Join Elliot for an evening of musical theatre trivia games and fun. Repertoire and fun facts from the most popular composers, shows and genres of all time will be presented with interactive and game centered activities. Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB. For more information and registration go to, https://mcma.ca/music-equals-program/safe-at-home-programs/

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Online Art Classes with Forum Art Centre

March 1 - March 27
Forum Art Centre, 120 Eugenie Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 0X7 Canada
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$140 – $175

Forum Art Centre online art classes start now. Support our art community and artist instructors by registering for one of the amazing online classes that they have built. Register now if you are craving a classroom community. We have options for kids, teens, and adults…something for everyone needing that art class feeling. Most of our line up starts when you register. We have classes that are delivered by video for those that like the flexibility of creating their own schedule.…

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Rhythm Basics for Adults

March 1 - March 10
$60

Rhythm can seem tricky, but it doesn’t have to be! Join drum kit and percussion instructor Caroline Bucher as she guides you through the basics of rhythm and beat. Learn how the effective use of beams and rests can help you read music faster, and refresh yourself on how to count efficiently for different musical purposes. Become confident about finding and keeping a steady pulse throughout any piece of music, while working on a bit of four-limb coordination from the…

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Rhythm Time

March 1 - March 24
$80

Have you ever had trouble tapping along to your favourite tune? Or found yourself struggling when having to play offbeats? If so, then join MCMA’s drum kit and percussion instructor Caroline Bucher as she helps you gain control over time and rhythm. In this moderately-paced class, topics start from counting and coordination through body percussion, then ramp up to include odd time signatures, rhythm writing conventions and even polyrhythms. If you’re looking to improve your rhythmic fluency for personal enrichment…

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Sing Out Loud

March 1 - March 16
$120

Love to sing but want to learn the basics? This virtual voice group class will teach you the key concepts to singing including breathing, pitch and tone production in a fun and supportive environment for students who have little to no formal voice training. You’ll be singing from a variety of repertoire – from musical theatre productions, pop songs and contemporary pieces. Why not dive into singing? You can even invite your friends from anywhere and learn together! For more…

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Musical Adventures

March 1 - March 13
$60

Does your child love to sing and play? This course is designed to provide a strong musical foundation for learners in a fun-filled environment. Musical concepts including rhythm, melody, dynamics, and basic music notation will be presented through song, games, and activities. Students will be introduced to a variety of musical selections and instruments while focusing on developing listening skills. Using everyday objects found in the home, we will craft simple instruments for music-making! Parents should plan to attend the…

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2nd Annual Winterruption Lineup Announcement

March 1 - March 26
Free

The West End Cultural Centre is thrilled to be presenting the second-annual Winterruption in February & March. In partnership with Safe At Home Mb., we’re pleased to be presenting an all-Manitoba lineup for our five shows featuring The Small Glories, Mise en Scene, Super Duty Tough Work, Anthony OSK, and Del Barber. Winterruption is normally an opportunity for Winnipeggers to leave their home in January, and based on last year’s success, we were looking forward to another great festival this…

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sākihiwē music Thursdays for Safe At Home Manitoba

March 1 - March 25
Free

We're working with  NCI FM to take our new sākihiwē music Thursdays series for Safe at Home Manitoba to both online audiences and radio listeners across Manitoba. Each episode will be released on Thursdays from February 11 to March 25, 2021 and feature four-song performances by artists in Winnipeg, Dauphin, Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN), and Garden Hill First Nation. Inuit throat singer Nikki Komaksiutiksak and her daughters Chasity and Caramello will kick off the series on February 11. Country singer Desiree Dorion, the legendary…

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Coffee with a Pro

March 1 - April 1
Free

Here at Saravàti, we enjoy a damn good cup of coffee, and as a certified coffee master, the only way I like to have my black coffee, is to pair it with a professional who will give me insights into my artistic practice. Luckily for us, we have you covered with the return of our Coffee with a Pro series! As an actor, director and dramaturge, Krista has been creating theatre for over 35 years. Last season she directed Bar Mitzvah Boy (WJT), Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (Royal MTC), the premiere of Tracy Penner’s Awaken (SIR/zone41) and Nell…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra – Safe At Home Concerts

March 1 at8:00 pm - March 14 at8:30 pm
Free

Manitoba is blessed with a wealth of wonderful vocalists. This program will feature four of our province’s finest jazz “divas”: Jennifer Hanson, Stacey Nattrass, Jayme Giesbrecht and Jocelyn Gould, on some great standards, all arranged  by our own WJO musicians. Songs include All of You, Route 66, Summertime, and You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To. Thanks to Safe at Home Manitoba for making this program possible. The 30-minute concert can be accessed through: winnipegjazzorchestra.com from March 1 (8:00pm)…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Broadway Basics and Beyond

March 2 - March 23
$80

Have you always loved singing along to Broadway songs? Want to learn the basics of singing in an exciting and supportive environment along to your favourite show tunes? In this course, you’ll explore selections from 4 different Broadway styles/periods spanning from the 1920’s to the 21st century. Not only will you explore these pieces vocally, but you will also learn a little about their place in history and some fun facts about the composers and their influences. This course is…

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Made in Manitoba Masterclass Series – The Videos!

March 2 - March 31
Free

The live portion of Winnipeg Studio Theatre's Made in Manitoba Masterclasses may be complete, but the videos are available from now until March 31st! Please visit https://winnipegstudiotheatre.com/workshops/ to register & receive all 25 videos including Theatrical Make-up, Broadway Choreography, Acting for Camera, Mime & Physical Storytelling and more.

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: How Many Roads

March 2 at6:30 pm - March 16 at8:30 pm
$75

HOW MANY ROADS ADULTS 16+ TUESDAYS: 6:30 – 8:30 PM | March 2 – 16 COST: $75 | INSTRUCTOR: John Einarson | CLASS LENGTH: 3 Weeks From Folk to Folk Rock – Learn the ways that Bob Dylan changed the musical universe. This 3 week multi-media course analyzes the early career and rise of Bob Dylan and his influence on both folk music and the advent of folk rock (The Byrds et al) between 1961 and 1968. Sit back and…

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Into the Nexus, The continuing voyage into the Dark & Surreal Artworks of Dan Hawksworth

March 4 - March 16
Cre8ery Gallery and Studio, 125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Free

Into the Nexus is a follow up to Dan’s 2019 “Nexus of Realities” show held at cre8ery gallery and studios. This show, like many events, has been shaped by the changes in the world in the past couple of years with Dan continuing to channel his artistic vision through the interplay of beauty and darkness. These works showcase bizarre dream-like worlds that illustrate the pull between what is beautiful, what is ugly, what is life and its interactions with technology.…

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Online: Meeting Management and Minute Taking for Boards

March 4 at4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
$95

A well planned board meeting helps ensure effective board minutes are captured. Board meetings and minutes are a tangible record of the meeting for the board of directors and a source of information for those who were not able to attend. If the Board Chair and the Secretary work together to ensure that the agenda and meeting are well thought out, then capturing the minutes becomes a lot easier. This workshop is designed to help board members work as a…

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Henna: Traditions, Techniques, and Tips with Hanan Ahmed

March 4 at7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

Hanan Ahmed will lead a fun, interactive demonstration and discussion about this traditional and modern art form. Hanan Ahmed lived in Egypt for many years and is originally from Sudan. She moved to Canada in 2013 and has been doing henna for brides, friends, family and festivals since 2007. She lives in Altona with her husband and 6 lovely daughters. Everyone is welcome to watch and learn! If you are interested in trying the techniques for yourself prepare by picking…

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Yesterday, by Elliana

March 5 - March 31
Free

Local artist Elliana works in a variety of mediums, her favorite being photography and textiles. Her textile works are on permanent display at The Centre of Hope and Union Gospel Mission and worn by various individuals around the world. Elliana’s paint and pottery works were showcased during a group show in 2019 at Artbeat Studio Inc. and can be found in various homes. Yesterday is her first solo show and the first  exhibition showcasing her love of photography. Artist Statement: The photographs in…

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“Swarm” Online Exhibition Program

March 5 at8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

Throughout Spring of 2021, Gallery 1C03 is pleased to host SWARM, an online exhibition program of the SWARM artist collective. In addition to a film screening, public discussions, performances, and community workshops, SWARM includes the launch of a digital exhibition on May 1 that features the work of 9 artist-researchers who explore possibilities for building cross-species networks of care and kinship through beading technologies, digital interfaces, embroidery, sculpture, storytelling, sound and performance works. Artworks are created by: Dallas Cant, Roewan Crowe,…

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Baby Beats (Music for Babies)

March 8 - March 31
Free

A class intended for parents and their infants/toddlers to explore pitch, rhythm, and sounds while developing fine and gross motor skills. The class will use common nursery rhymes and movement to expose little ones to musical foundations while bonding with their parent. Open to infants, toddlers, and their parents, this class is on Mondays and Wednesdays from January 11 - March 31, 1:00-1:30pm Brought to you by the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts and Safe at Home MB For…

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Arts Unite – National Launch

March 8 - March 31
Free

artsUNITE / UNITÉ des arts is a free, centralized and comprehensive wayfinding service that connects artists and creatives to the resources they need. Our National Launch starts March 8 until March 31 with a jam-packed schedule of fun featuring a showcase from our first virtual artist residency, workshops on how to craft an artist bio, artist discussions on the unforgettable (or forgettable) year 2020 and the future of live online performances. We’re on a mission to unite the national Canadian…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Irish Songs for Ukulele

March 14 at2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
$25

This ukulele workshop is for beginner/intermediate players who have an interest in and/or love of Celtic music and want to add to their personal catalogue of songs. In this 90 minute workshop, you will learn: • A brief history of Celtic/Irish music. • Four (4) traditional songs, including ballad, waltz, jig, and folk style. • How to choose an accompaniment style to best suit each song. • Strum options: arpeggio, waltz (¾ time), backbeat, and others with variations in each…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra – Safe At Home Concerts

March 15 - March 29
Free

Manitoba is blessed with a wealth of wonderful vocalists. There were too many great vocalists to fit into one program, so we created a “part 2”! This program will feature Erin Propp, Charlotte Martin, Nadia Douglas and Sol James, on some more great standards, all arranged by our own WJO musicians. Songs include Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing, Too Late Now, One For My Baby and Too Close For Comfort. Thanks to Safe at Home Manitoba and the Assiniboine…

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Multidimensional New Media Performance with Sammy Chien

March 17 at7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

While we’re shedding away the old system that may not work for us anymore, we’re embracing, learning, and growing rapidly as we enter into new worlds that our deeper purpose calls for us. In this presentation, Sammy will share highlights of his past decade of works that focus on new media art in interdisciplinary performance context. Moreover, he will demonstrate his process of adapting live art towards virtual formats with the use of new media software such as Isadora, to…

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Creative Mornings Winnipeg: James Murphy and Ramir Diaz

March 18 at8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

James Murphy is the Community and Youth Liaison at the Manitoba Construction Sector Council. He presents to different audiences on careers in construction including elementary, middle years and high schools, immigrant settlement agencies, military in transition programs, employment centers, and Indigenous community agencies. He is invited to present at career fairs, information sessions and construction sector expos. James is a liaison between post–secondary institutions and employers to help link individuals to employment in the construction industry through work placements and job…

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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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Gorge Festival

March 20 - March 21
Free

GORGE is a two-day drag festival, that will be recorded on and broadcasted from Treaty 1 Territory, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This series of online events will feature the best of Winnipeg’s unique drag and performance communities. Winnipeg's drag scene is recognized for its collaborative community-based approach to the art form, setting itself apart from many other cities, who boast hierarchical, fame-based models, intended to uplift individual performers, while leaving others behind. This festival will provide opportunities for individuals and families (chosen…

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GORGE Festival

March 20 - March 21
Free

GORGE is a two-day drag festival, that will be recorded on and broadcasted from Treaty 1 Territory, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This series of online events will feature the best of Winnipeg’s unique drag and performance communities. Winnipeg's drag scene is recognized for its collaborative community-based approach to the art form, setting itself apart from many other cities, who boast hierarchical, fame-based models, intended to uplift individual performers, while leaving others behind. This festival will provide opportunities for individuals and families (chosen…

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Online: Introduction to Volunteer Management (3 Days)

March 23 - March 25
$400

Over the course of 3 sessions, this workshop will focus on imparting current best practices in volunteer management while helping participants develop and improve the competencies required to manage a strong volunteer program. Participants will develop a clear understanding of the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement, and how organizations (of all sizes) can implement the core components of the CCVI: the value of volunteer involvement, the guiding principles for volunteer involvement and the organizational standards of practice. Topics Covered Include:…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Takin’ Care of the Music Business

March 23 at6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$25

Ever wonder why so many recording artists get the shaft? How do royalties, publishing and advances work? Let’s take a look at the ugly realities of the music business with The Beatles, Guess Who, Creedence, The Band, Alannah Myles and more. Sit back and relax with your favourite snacks and invite friends from anywhere to join in on the fun! For more information and to register, go to https://mcma.ca/takin-care-of-the-music-business/

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Plé

March 24
$10

The Plé Collective presents the public world premiere of Plé, a trilingual show (the first of its kind!) for elementary aged audiences and their families- in English, French and American Sign Language, online starting March 24th! Plé is a theatrical digital adventure that explores the idea of how language makes us different and how it makes us the same. During the show, we’ll dive into the imaginations of three adventurous gal-pals who will take you along with them as they…

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Canada Council for the Arts Info Session: Explore and Create

March 25 - March 26
Free

Are you an artist thinking about applying for a grant? We want to help you! Join our program officers for free virtual information sessions to learn more about applying under the Explore and Create program. As announced earlier this month, the Canada Council for the Arts has received an additional federal investment of $116.5 M to support artists and stimulate employment in the arts sector. A portion of $66 M will be invested in the Research and Creation and Concept…

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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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“Shadow of Dumont” Directed by Trevor Cameron

March 26 at7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cinematheque, 304 - 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3 Canada
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Free

Detached from his Métis roots, and living in Toronto, Trevor Cameron pilots a campervan across North America to track the life and legacy of his childhood hero and great-great-great uncle, Métis leader Gabriel Dumont. Trevor follows the life path of Dumont, from his birth in what would become Manitoba, to his life further south and west as a buffalo hunter, husband, trader, hunter, negotiator, and businessman. We follow the events of the 1885 uprising and his escape from Canadian authorities…

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Kris Snowbird “Healing Dance”

March 27 at7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Urban Shaman, 203-290 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Free

Healing Dance performance project is a new take of the jingle dress and dance. The dress is made of the jingle cones called lids. The sound and the action of dancing is a complete performative statement. The movement of dance cannot act without sound. Therefore the sound of the lids and jingles create the rhythm and pattern. The performative body becomes one with the sound. These flat lids are hooked together by jump rings to make an armour style dress.…

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Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Incense and Peppermints

March 30 at6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$25

Let’s take a trip and examine psychedelic music and the artists who were experimenting with new sounds; the Beatles Sgt. Pepper album, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd; San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury, acid rock's epicenter, as well as Monterey Pop and the Summer of Love 1967 in all its colours and sounds. Sit back and relax with your favourite snacks and invite friends from anywhere to join in on the fun! For more information and to register, go to https://mcma.ca/incense-peppermints/

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April 2021

Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts: Celebrating Choral Music Part 2

April 1 - April 7
$35 – $50

Do you sing in a choir? Or faithfully attend live choral music events? If you’re missing that experience, I hope you’ll join in for an all-new celebration of choral music with MCMA. If you were able to join us for our winter Celebration of Choral Music, you’ll know we barely scratched the surface of the rich tradition of choral music. In this new installation, we’ll explore masterpieces from the Renaissance by Palestrina, great romantic works by Mendelssohn and contemporary favourites…

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Meryl McMaster “pēyakwan kīsik kakwāyaki-ispīhcāw / As Immense as the Sky”

April 1 - April 17
Urban Shaman, 203-290 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg,
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Free

Meryl McMaster "pēyakwan kīsik kakwāyaki-ispīhcāw / As Immense as the Sky" Running dates in Main Gallery: March 5 to April 17, 2021 (email info@urbanshaman.org for appointment to visit) Virtual Gallery on our website in Main Exhibitions at urbanshaman.org In Plains Cree (English translation to follow) Meryl McMaster: pēyakwan kīsik kakwāyaki-ispīhcāw ka-isi kiskēyihtamahk tānimatahtwaw ka-miyāskatamahk ispayiwin wiyastāw itāhkōmitowin isi ēkwa mīna ka-isi nisitohtamahk kēhciwāk kī-taskiynaw. ni-nākatohkāmatowin ispayiwin ohci pē-ohcipayin nīswayak āniskostēwin nisitohnākwan isi mācihtāwin—pēyak itowahk pimastēw isi mēskanās ēkwānima āniskostēw āh-āyītaw…

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Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra – Safe At Home Concerts

April 1 - April 12
Free

Manitoba is home to people from all over the world! With this program, the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra celebrates our Chilean and Brazilian connection through guests Rodrigo Muñoz, Marco Castillo, and vocalist Amber Epp. Songs include Marco’s Brazilian Season, Rodrigo’s Cumbia Retro, and Rodrigo/Amber’s Oye Dime Que Paso. This program will be sure to warm you up for spring! Thanks to Safe at Home Manitoba and the Assiniboine Credit Union for making this program possible. The 30-minute concert can be accessed…

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Hypermarket Rupture

April 1 - April 17
Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts, 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3 Canada
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Free

PLATFORM centre is pleased to announce the exhibition Hypermarket Rupture featuring new work by Jean Borbridge (MB), one of our 2020 PLATFORM Photography Award Winners. The show runs from 19 March – 17 April, 2021. Currently the gallery is open by appointment. Please note, 5 people will be allowed in the gallery at one time. When visiting us PLATFORM asks you wear a mask, maintain social distancing and to stay home if you are feeling sick. Please email us at outreach@platformgallery.org to schedule a viewing appointment. PLATFORM is…

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Christina Hajjar: Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings

April 1 - April 17
Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts, 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3 Canada
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Free

PLATFORM centre is pleased to announce the exhibition Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings featuring new work by Christina Hajjar (MB), one of our 2020 PLATFORM Photography Award Winners. The show runs from 19 March – 17 April, 2021. Currently the gallery is open by appointment. Please note, 5 people will be allowed in the gallery at one time. When visiting us PLATFORM asks you wear a mask, maintain social distancing and to stay home if you are feeling sick. Please email us at outreach@platformgallery.org to schedule a…

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Flux by Lori Ferguson, Reymond Page, Xavier Mutshipayi

April 1 - April 13
Cre8ery, 2nd Floor, 125 Adelaide St.
WINNIPEG, MB R3A 0W4 Canada
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Free

A trio of gifted artists: Lori Ferguson, Reymond Page and Xavier Mutshipayi met to discuss what they wanted their exhibition to be about and there was only one thing about their present lives that they were sure of: everything is changing. The world is in continual upheaval. In every direction we look, we see change. We have witnessed everything from new social realities being shaped by global pandemic; to environmental unrest as people rise up demanding change; to social disturbances…

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