A new twist on an ancient art tradition: local family of artists creates stunning works of art using pieces of Ukrainian Easter eggs.
New non-profit, mixed income, multi-generational housing co-operative in Winnipeg’s Wolseley neighbourhood is more than 60 percent sold.
“Marriage: A Demolition in Two Acts” is a fast-paced, cleverly written treatise of modern life.
Colombian Mestiza interdisciplinary artist, Praba Pilar, brings her experience with mapping identity projects to Winnipeg’s North End youth.
Martha Street Studio spearheads unique program connecting to artists with disabilities.
American philanthropist calls Winnipeg “the mecca for human rights on the planet.”
Local company to donate money to KidSport for every wooden hockey stick they receive, in effort to build sculpture inspired by country’s favorite sport.
Electric truck restoration is focus of Drive For Free 2, a documentary exploring electricity as cleaner, more economical fuel for transportation.
Exploring contemporary social and political issues through a local lens.
Taking small steps toward healthier communities.