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Open for the season
During summer months, the WAG’s Rooftop Sculpture Garden is open for all to enjoy! A striking selection of 20th and 21st century bronze, steel, and stone sculptures by Canadian and European artists will keep you company.
Into the Light
Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald
Apr 4 Sep 7 '20
Into the Light is the first exhaustive survey of the influential Manitoba modernist, and Group of Seven member, in 40 years.
Through the Eyes of a Child
WAG Studio’s annual celebration of children’s art is an opportunity for the students in our art classes to express themselves in creative ways for all to see.
The Natural Element
Art Nouveau in the Work of W.J. Phillips
Art Nouveau, one of the most popular European movements of the period, was highly influential to Phillips’s work.
Eyre in Comparison
Personal Experience and the Universal Subject
The Manitoba artist Ivan Eyre has concentrated on objectively exploring universal themes throughout his career.
Nov 30 '19 Oct 11 '20
Prayer is an ongoing project, remade around the world since its first presentation in the artist’s home city of Cape Town in 2000.
Nov 30 '19 Oct 11 '20
subsist brings together a selection of works that reflect political, economic, and social systems of subsistence in individual and collective continuation of cultural practices for survival.
Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience
Sep 27 '19 Feb '23
The artist’s gender fluid, time travelling alter-ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, takes you on a journey through Canada’s history.
Carving Out a Tradition
Sep 1 '19 Oct 25 '20
This collection of carvings produced by Inuit artists from across the country offers a window into traditional life and ways of knowing in the North.
Inuit Miniature Carving
Jul 20 '19 Aug 30 '20
This exhibition brings together more than 100 miniature carvings by Inuit artists from over a dozen communities across Nunavut including Cape Dorset, Kugaaruk, and Rankin Inlet.
The North End
Jun 29 '19 Jan 5 '20
Winnipeg’s North End occupies roughly 12-square kilometers built around the central Main Street artery north of the city’s vast urban railyards.
The Many Sides of Winnie-the-Pooh
This exhibition brings together objects, archives, books, and works of art to reveal the multiple identities and histories of Winnie-the-Pooh. “Pooh” is a hugely popular…
Fri // 11am–9pm
Sat-Sun // 11am–5pm