The talent this collective group of women share is phenomenal. They are true pioneers exploring beyond the borders of what anyone imagines about women and art.
This year’s amazing Wonderful Wedding Show at the Winnipeg Convention Centre offered a first step to help plan that magical day of your dreams.
Re-enacting Biblical parables in ways that any person who is of faith or non-faith can understand and enjoy, this epic performance by an amusing cast of characters brought the audience to tears with laughter and joy.
Through the hustle and bustle of Christmas, people from near and far take time to see the traditional Cantata, Christmas Is Jesus, and to be reminded of the true meaning of the holidays.
Celebrating a Christmas Festival with classics, carols and cookies, the Winnipeg Pops Orchestra was a hit under the direction of Mary Ann Taylor at the Holy Redeemer Church.
Inspired by Vikings in their world of sea expeditions, Danish artist Annesofie Sandal has taken Jonah’s tale to a whole new level, displaying her work for the first time in Canada.
Art + Body show asks, What if instead of seeing disability as tragic, we admired the creativity of these artists? What if disability was seen as a source of truthfulness and deep life experience?
Bonny Hill’s journey through the Copper Canyon region of Northwestern Mexico unexpectedly became a solo journey, but the spirited 60-year-old didn’t let that slow her down.
“Way-Off Broadway Cabaret Collective” is an apt description of this locally based ten-piece musical ensemble that is currently presenting “Chansons d’Amour – A Parisian Cabaret”.
Does watching a WASPy woman go to prison for a bad decision she made while taking the lesbian route in her 20s make for great TV? Heck yes!