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Painting the town: In conversation with mural artists Nereo II and John Padua
Winnipeg Free Press-September 9, 2017

Art group shaking things up a bit
Canstar Community News-September 8, 2017

Made in Manitoba: Amid all the celebrities and hoopla, province’s filmmakers seek some of the TIFF spotlight
Winnipeg Free Press-September 8, 2017

Sagkeeng First Nation member named WAG curator of Indigenous and contemporary art
Winnipeg Free Press-September 6, 2017

Have fun and learn at Culture Days
Winnipeg Free Press-September 5, 2017

Paint the town red—and yellow, and blue—Wall-to-Wall mural festival returns
Winnipeg Metro-September 4, 2017

Ontario Boosting Support for Thriving Arts and Culture Sector
Ontario Arts Council-August 29, 2017

The Exchange District Biz announces new Executive Director
The Exchange-August 28, 2017

Finding the words: West End play a reflection on loss, community
Canstar Community News-August 28, 2017

One night stands and returning acts
Canstar Community News-August 28, 2017

‘A material language of hope’
By: Alison Gillmor, Winnipeg Free Press-August 28, 2017

Tweaked Phantom provides satisfying sense of melodrama
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-August 26, 2017

Deaf Music Fans Are Finally Starting To Be Heard
BuzzFeed News-August 26, 2017

Manitoba Opera records shortfall
Winnipeg Free Press-August 25, 2017

Winnipeg art heist turns local artist into super-sleuth
By: Diana Foxall, Metro-August 24, 2017

Art therapy program aims to help Winnipeggers living with Parkinson’s
By: Lucy Scholey, Metro-August 22, 2017

The Forks rides hot summer programming with new Summertide arts festival
By: Jade Markus, Metro-August 21, 2017

Birthday bash: Artspace celebrates 30 years
By: Jade Markus, Metro-August 20, 2017

Lost in creation
Metro-August 19, 2017

Improving Training for the Culture Sector
WorkInCulture-August 18, 2017

Rainbow Trout Music Festival stays small, despite growing demand
By: Nigel Moore, Metro-August 17, 2017

Summer Theatre Program Challenges Negative Stereotypes Surrounding Syrian Refugees
By: Imreet Kaur, The Manitoban-August 16, 2017

Winnipeg sculptor selected to design new greenspace in ‘sky-scraper city’
By: Jade Markus, Metro-August 15, 2017

Local author hoping to make a splash
By: Sheldon Birnie, Canstar Community News-August 11, 2017

Local filmmaker full of drive and energy
By: Louise Hedman, Canstar Community News-August 11, 2017

Mamma Mia! a sure bet for your Money, Money, Money
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-August 11, 2017

Heading West to explore a different direction
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-August 10, 2017

A new view of the landscape
By: Janine LeGal, Canstar Community News-August 8, 2017

Mental health on the big screen of film festival touring through Winnipeg
By: Jade Markus, Metro-August 8, 2017

Two Wheat City artists named to Man. Arts Council
Westman Journal-August 5, 2017

Musical star returns to perform in Winnipeg
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-August 5, 2017

Winnipeg Indigenous women’s art to be displayed on roadside billboards across Canada
By: Braeden Jones, Metro-August 2, 2017

Diversity takes centre stage as Winnipeg theatre group launches new season
By: Jade Markus, Metro-August 2, 2017

Fringe festival comes close to new record
By: Randall KIng, Winnipeg Free Press-August 1, 2017

Winnipeg-trained artist live-painting the Canada Summer Games
By: Keila DePape, MetroJuly 30, 2017

RWB takes to the great outdoors: Assiniboine Park will play stage for the annual Royal Winnipeg Ballet production
By: Holly Harris, Winnipeg Free Press-July 26, 2017

Fringe deja view: Why are there so many returning shows at the festival this year?
Joff Schmidt, CBC News-July 26

Newly formed Indigenous Advisory Circle aims to ‘decolonize’ Winnipeg Art Gallery
By: Randy Turner, Winnipeg Free press-July 25, 2017

Five shows to check out at the Gimli Film Festival this week
By: Keila DePape, Metro-July 24, 2017

Rain-soaked fringe-goers set attendance record
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-July 24, 2017

All the world’s a stage for fringing family
By: Aaron Epp, Winnipeg Free Press-July 24, 2017

Inuit Art Centre in funding limbo: Gallery awaiting word from province on fate of former NDP government’s $15-million commitment
By: Randy Turner, Winnipeg Free Press-July 23, 2017

The play’s the thing: Winnipeg’s Koncan showcases serious issues at 2017 fringe
By: Jill Wilson, Winnipeg Free Press-July 22, 2017

Your guide to improv giggles and gaffes at this year’s fringe
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-July 21, 2017

All grown up: At 30, Winnipeg fringe has matured into one of Canada’s strongest
By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-July 20, 2017

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