ArtsVote Winnipeg Mayoral Forum made it clear that Winnipeg’s creative community is watching and involved. Catch the entire debate here.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is open to the public, and not everyone is happy about it.
The FLASH photographic festival will take place during the entire month of October in 33 venues across Winnipeg, featuring over 50 photographers.
Nik and band recreate Hawkwind’s epic set-list from their legendary Space Ritual tour.
Winnipegger Devin Morrow speaks candidly about her experiences as a teacher in Northern Iraq and what the situation is like in this troubled region.
A panel discussion debates whether building CMHR is a tour de force for our city and our country, or an act of cultural violence against the indigenous heritage of this land.
Compared to national museums in Ottawa, the predictions may be accurate for the expected number of visitors to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, but other figures don’t add up.
If you smell french fries nowhere near a fast food restaurant, you might think you’re imagining things. Or, you may discover a diesel car with the capacity to run on used vegetable oil has just driven by.
Winnipeg native sons, Brad Roberts of Crash Test Dummies, and music producer, Terry Derkach, help launch a social songwriting platform, and The Bros Landreth will lead the next collaboration.
It’s been called the worst mass rape in history, and it’s the subject of June Derksen’s latest artwork that will be part of an upcoming Human Rights Showcase Gallery.