WAG-Qaumajuq supports K-12 teachers and students with interactive curriculum-based virtual and in-person tours and workshops, inspiring learning resources, and professional development opportunities.

School Tours

Bring your class to the WAG or let the WAG come to your classroom virtually! We offer exciting interactive, curriculum-based tours, lessons, and workshops. Available in English or French. Fall semester tours will be launched in August!


Available soon, or call 204.789.1290 for inquiries

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Virtual Workshops & Resources for Teacher

We are pleased to offer teachers free admission to the WAG all year long! Simply present your MTS card or teaching certificate to come explore our exhibitions and connect them with your classroom programming at no charge.

Book a Virtual Workshop designed for teachers and their colleagues who are looking for ideas of how to bring art education activities into their classroom. Sessions are 1.5 hours long. $200 per session.

Please contact WAG Educator and Art Therapist, Colleen Leduc for previous exhibition education materials and curriculum links.

Art has the capacity to communicate so many ideas, concepts, emotions and perspectives. Learn how to help students to read or decipher the context or deeper significance behind an artwork by utilizing proven visual literacy strategies.

For more information, contact cleduc@wag.ca

Learn about two amazing Inuit women artists that have made their mark in the international world of art. Explore a variety of examples, and learn about the stories and cultural significance behind their work.

For more information, contact cleduc@wag.ca

Art can often communicate more than words are able to express. Join WAG Art Educator and Art Therapist, Colleen Leduc to learn how you can use art and artmaking to help students who are experiencing challenges or difficulties.

For more information, contact cleduc@wag.ca

Join WAG Art Educator and Art Therapist, Colleen Leduc to explore a variety of activities, mediums, and helpful tools to make teaching art more accessible for students with additional needs.

For more information, contact cleduc@wag.ca

Educational Activities

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery is located on Treaty No. 1 the original lands and waters of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininiwak, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
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