The first ever celebration of professional artists with disabilities in Manitoba took place Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11, at The Winnipeg Art Gallery.
The denim jean genius has moved to leather for his fall collection. The fashion show at his 89 Princess space had stunning, custom made male and female clothes.
Assiniboine Park — the”jewel in the crown” of Winnipeg’s parks — covers 1,100 acres of which 400 are designed in the English landscape style.
Home Street’s Block Party in Winnipeg’s West End brings residents together to share an afternoon of fun and to build a stronger neighbourhood.
Winnipeg’s Project Peacemakers marked International Peace Day 2012 with skits and musical performances at the Free Press Cafe.
The Scandinavian Cultural Centre celebrates their 50th anniversary.
What’s the deal with music these days? I know, you’re wondering if your father is writing this article. But I still stand behind the question.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) was established in 1912 as the Winnipeg Museum of Fine Arts. Starting later this month the WAG has a number of centennial events that will run through to early 2013.
It’s been two hundred years in the making: The bicentennial of the arrival of the Selkirk Settlers !
The underlying premise of CHALK 4 Peace might best be summed up in a statement attributed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1937: “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.”