The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation is a registered charity with a mandate to educate the public about architecture through research, tours, publications, exhibits and films.
Currently ranked as the second-largest event of its kind in North America, the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival welcomes over 150 companies from all over the world to present exciting independent theatre to appreciative audiences. Visit Old Market Square during the Fringe Festival for free live programming throughout the festival.
The world-renowned TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival is not to be missed.
Remember how awesome it was when we last teamed up with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra? We loved it so much that we are doing it again! We are excited to announce that for our next event we are presenting the opening night of the Winnipeg New Music Festival! (https://www.facebook.com/events/1642458582719926/) Tickets only $15 dollars with a complimentary drink from the newest and coolest brewery Little Brown Jug Brewing Company. Friday Knights Clothing & Accessories is teaming up with Panache Management to put on a stellar fashion show featuring hair and make up by the talented team at Élan Hair Studio. Zephyra Vun, creator of anARCHI design who curated the last “The Winnipeg Design Festival”, is curating an art installation, photography installation, …
This year, the WSO is celebrating Canada 150 with a diverse and colourful mosaic of Canadian ethnic composers starting with a major new work by Christos Hatzis. Meredith Monk, our distinguished guest composer, will be performing on three different evenings. We will explore new spaces: the basement of the Hudson’s Bay and the Duncan Sportsplex behind the Centennial Concert Hall. Our collaboration with Melissa Auf der Maur and Basilica Hudson is bringing a 12-HOUR DRONE extravaganza to Winnipeg. Sound artist William Basinski will play his own work The Deluge. And Turkish composer Fazil Say’s enormous Mesopotamia Symphony will end our festival. http://wnmf.ca/
Dinner and a lively, informal talk followed by a guided walk through Exchange Galleries & Studios. What does Winnipeg mean, for artists who come here, for artists who stay, and for artists who leave? Previewing some of the topics that will be raised at the Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art’s 20th-anniversary symposium (November 3-5), we will be talking to Simon Hughes, a born-and-bred Winnipeg artist, and Bev Pike, an Alberta-raised painter who made the deliberate decision to come here in the 1980s, about their city and their art.