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What Remains

March 2 - March 13
cre8ery gallery & studio, 2-125 Adelaide Street
Winnipeg, MANITOBA R3A0W4 Canada
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What Remains...an art exhibition at Cre8ery gallery. Lilian Bonin is an image-based artist who collects fragments of humanity and nature from four continents and transforms them through paintings and photographs into metaphors for the human experience. This exhibition, What Remains…, explores what remains when nature and people leave. Tangible elements, such an abandoned building, a footprint or cemetery as well as emotional responses are addressed in this body of work. "I respond to the world around me with a camera, a pencil and a brush. In my practice, I collect images as I interact with my surroundings and create photographs and paintings. My subject matter evolves depending on my circumstance: planting a garden, traveling, or caring for ill family members. ...

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“Missing or Forgotten: Akonessen, Zitya, Tina, Marie and all the others“

February 2 @ 5:00 pm - March 10 @ 5:00 pm
Urban Shaman Gallery, 203-290 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0T2 Canada
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“Missing or Forgotten: Akonessen, Zitya, Tina, Marie and all the others“ Opening: Friday, February 02, 2018 at 5pm till 11pm (Open for First Fridays. Official opening at 8pm) Running dates: February 02 – March 10, 2018 Curator: Sylvie Paré Artists: Hannah Claus, Nadia Myre, Sylvie Bernard, Mariette Manigouche, Diane Blacksmith, Lise Bibeau, Annette Nolett, Diane Robertson, and Akienda Lainé This traveling exhibition, produced in partnership with Les Productions Ondinnok Inc. and Commissioner Sylvie Paré, is a tribute to Aboriginal women who have been forgotten by history and silently disappeared. Hannah Claus, Nadia Myre, Sylvie Bernard, Mariette Manigouche, Diane Blacksmith, Lise Bibeau, Annette Nolett, Diane Robertson and an anonymous artist. In addition, the exhibition presents a work by the filmmaker Wendat ...

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5:00 pm

First Fridays in the Exchange

March 2 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Free

Come and celebrate the creative community in Winnipeg's Exchange District! Gallery hop. Eat. Stroll. Shop. Talk to artists in their studios, experience an Art Gallery opening, and explore the unique shops. Everyone welcome! Print the Guide here: https://www.firstfridayswinnipeg.org/the-guide.html See all the details here: http://www.firstfridayswinnipeg.org/whats-on.html

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6:00 pm

ART TALK/ART WALK: ART and LIFE

March 2 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Winnipeg Free Press News Café, 237 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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$20

Dinner and an informal talk followed by a guided walk through Exchange Galleries & Studios Please reserve: wfpnewscafe@gmail.com or phone 204.421.0682 237 McDermot (The Winnipeg Free Press News Café) At this month’s Art Talk, Alison Gillmor will be chatting with artist, curator and art writer Cliff Eyland about the connection between an artist’s bio and an artist’s work, how we feel about awful people who make great art -- we’re looking at you, Picasso! -- and whether the #MeToo movement is spreading to the art world. Presented by First Fridays in the Exchange and The Winnipeg Free Press News Café with generous support from Winnipeg Arts Council and Manitoba Arts Council.

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