The centre will be home to the largest collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world.
A new program about to launch at the Winnipeg Art Gallery is designed to engage those living with dementia through visual art.
The WAG has partnered up with the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba and the University of Manitoba’s College of Rehabilitation Sciences for Art to Inspire.
Opening in 2020, the team will be led by curator and academic Dr. Heather Igloliorte with emerging curators/artists Asinnajaq, Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter, and Krista Ulujuk Zawadski.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government came bearing gifts on Tuesday for two heritage organizations.
The province committed $20 million to be shared between the Winnipeg Art Gallery and Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada.
By Kathryne Grisim (@foodmuser)
You may have heard that the Winnipeg Art Gallery is hosting a special exhibit of the works of Pablo Picasso this summer. In celebration of this fabulous exhibit, the restaurant at the WAG, headed up by Chef Mark Andrews is hosting a special dinner and gallery tour entitled “Feast: Picasso & Mediterranean Cuisine.”
A new exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery is celebrating the best and brightest in Canadian contemporary art and craft.
The 2017 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts (GGArts) exhibition opened Friday.
“The WAG is honoured to host the 2017 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts exhibition, bringing together some of the country’s most distinguished artists, filmmakers, and curators,” said WAG director and CEO, Dr. Stephen Borys.
By Sarah Klein
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is giving a voice to Indigenous people through a newly-formed Indigenous Advisory Circle.
Dr. Julie Nagam and Dr. Heather Igloliorte will co-chair the new circle, providing leadership and counsel in the development and planning of related WAG exhibitions, education, community outreach, partnerships, and programming.