The FLASH photographic festival will take place during the entire month of October in 33 venues across Winnipeg, featuring over 50 photographers.
My meltdown caught me by surprise as we’ve been counting down the days to when our son would move out and take possession of his new home.
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.
Some sage advice from an 88-year-old woman reveals that the only limit may be that there are no limits. The important thing is, you decide.
A Forum on Youth Issues with Mayoral Candidates will address the issues youth care about on Thursday, October 16 from 6-8 p.m. in the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Muriel Richardson Auditorium.
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.
Many people are excited about the museum and the hope it engenders for the future, while others refuse to set foot in what they consider to be a waste of money.
The Fort la Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie presents theatrical tours through the museum grounds which have been subject to strange phenomenon over the years.