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Nakatamaakewin: Bringing art to you

A unique mobile exhibition that will travel across the province to your communities & schools for years to come! In celebration of Qaumajuq, the new Inuit art centre at the WAG & Manitoba’s 150th anniversary of being a province. Available en francais

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Entry to this gallery is FREE! 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 contributions from the WAG.

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Visiting the Forks? Come check out our satellite shop located inside the Johnston Terminal! [email protected] specializes in Manitoba and Canadian art, including works by some of Canada’s most distinguished Inuit artists, thanks to a special partnership with the Government of Nunavut through the Nunavut Development Corporation.

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Art Reach

For organizations serving marginalized individuals (think non-profits, social work agencies), your next visit to the WAG should be as easy as possible – thanks to the generous support of donors and sponsors, admission is reduced or FREE through our Art Reach program!

Sign up or call 204.789.1766 for inquiries

Art Reach

For organizations serving marginalized individuals (think non-profits, social work agencies), your next visit to the WAG should be as easy as possible – thanks to the generous support of donors and sponsors, admission is reduced or FREE through our Art Reach program!

Sign up or call 204.789.1290 for inquiries

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If you are an organization serving marginalized individuals, you can access complimentary or reduced admission to the WAG through Art Reach.

Sponsored Programs

Accessible art classes for youth in our community is one of our oldest pillars. Thanks to education partnerships, we have several seasonal opportunities to connect kids with art classes.

Thanks to the support of our education partners, there are various ways youth can gain access to art education at the WAG.

Through a longstanding relationship with the Winnipeg School Division, approximately 400 students attend programs at the WAG each year, including the Young Artist Program, Art Expression, Quantum, and the Teen Artist Program.

For more information, email [email protected]

Each year, Seven Oaks School Division provides art courses and exhibition tours for 18 grade 6 to grade 8 classes annually. Students learn by experiencing art, while accompanying teachers gain professional development by participating in the program. Transportation is provided to and from WAG Studio by the division.

For more information, email [email protected].

 

Louis Riel School Division delivers art expression classes for small groups of children between the ages of 9 and 15.

For more information, email [email protected].

The Associates of the WAG are long-time supporters of art education at the Gallery. This dedicated group of volunteers provides support and funding for WAG Studio’s annual Through the Eyes of a Child exhibition of children’s artworks.

For more information, email [email protected].

Through the Eyes of a Child

Every spring, the WAG celebrates artwork by youth in our community. The annual exhibition highlights student work created during art classes at WAG Studio.

Youth Art Classes

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