While skateboarders took over Winnipeg Art Gallery for Boarder X opening, skater shoes were available for free to those wanting to decorate them.
For students in the Summer Indigenous Math Leadership Program, math and a sense of cultural identity are inextricably linked.
Warmup band primes the crowd nicely for The Trews, but lighting and sound issues plague show.
Erin Propp and friends deliver endearing, entertaining concert.
Dozens of newcomer youth have new bikes – and a newfound sense of independence.
This is the way the world mends; with a pyrotechnic bang and a whisper. WE Day motivates thousands of students to create positive change.
New public artwork by Bill Pechet entitled “heaven between” will be unveiled on Broadway’s boulevard, as Winnipeg leads the way in embracing public art.
Free bi-monthly magazine devoted to the Winnipeg jazz scene “pays the rent” by showcasing up and coming talent.
Memorial lecture series has been inspiring female artists for more than 15 years.
After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.