Drop by the Pavilion at Assiniboine Park Conservancy (APC) for a rotating series of exhibitions curated by the WAG. Art is drawn primarily from the APC collection, as well as from the WAG collection. Entry to the galleries is free! #wagatthepark
Winter hours (October 15, 2019 - March 14, 2020): Daily 9am-4pm
The following exhibits are currently on view:
John P. Crabb Gallery • The Pavilion, 2nd floor
The Human Trace: WJ Phillips' View of Nature
Until Fall 2019 • Curated by Andrew Kear
Drawing entirely from the Pavilion’s permanent collection, The Human Trace considers the way W.J. Phillips’ art set human and natural elements in careful balance at a time when many Canadian artists in the early twentieth century were embracing the unpeopled wilderness landscape.
Ivan Eyre Gallery • The Pavilion, 3rd floor
A Sense of Scale: The Art of Ivan Eyre, 1970-2000
Until Nov 24 • Curated by Andrew Kear
Drawn entirely from the APC collection, which houses the largest collection of Ivan Eyre’s art, A Sense of Scale surveys the celebrated Manitoba artist’s creative production from the 1970s to the turn of the millennium.
Pooh Gallery • The Pavilion, 3rd floor
“The Best Bear in All the World”: The Many Sides of Winnie-the-Pooh
This exhibition brings together object, archives, and works of art drawn from the collection of the Assiniboine Park Conservancy, Colebourn Family Archive, and the Archive of Modern Conflict to sift through the elements of fact, fiction, and fantasy that together comprise the multilayered identity of Winnie-the-Pooh.