Art Eats Offers Dinner at Storm Bistro and a Winnipeg Art Gallery Exhibition Tour
Looking for a different night out? How about a delicious dinner in a rooftop restaurant followed by a tour of an art exhibition? The Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Art Eats offers a three-course dinner at Storm Bistro, followed by a tour of the exhibition Winnipeg Now. It takes place from 6 to 9pm on Thursday, October 25 and November 29.
Winnipeg has an international reputation as the art-making centre of Canada and Winnipeg Now shows why. The 13 artists represented either live or have lived in Winnipeg and their work will surprise and challenge Gallery visitors. Artists include filmmaker Guy Maddin filming in the Gallery in the newest stage of his Lost Films project. Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan will be performing unconventional readings from a story-telling corner. Then there is the magical forest of KC Adams’ porcelain forest of corporate-lit trees. Michael Dudeck links the conventions of museum display with ritual performance in his role as a queer artist witchdoctor, while Kent Monkman uses the diorama format of the natural history museum to investigate his own background as a gay, aboriginal artist. Other artists in the show are Sarah Anne Johnson, Dominique Rey, Paul Butler, Rodney LaTourelle, Marcel Dzama, Jennifer Stillwell, and Daniel Barrow.
Tickets for Art Eats are $40 for WAG members and $45 for non-members. Gratuity is included although wine and spirits are not. Tickets are available online at wag.ca; by calling 204.786.6641, ext. 227; or by emailing email@example.com. Previous Art Eats programs have sold out, so early purchase is advised.
Art Eats offers a fixed menu which is posted in advance at wag.ca. Anyone who has dietary issues or restrictions should contact Storm Bistro at 204.948.0085.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is grateful for the support of the following Centennial sponsors: BMO Financial Group, The Winnipeg Foundation, the Department of Canadian Heritage, TD Bank, James Richardson & Sons Ltd., MTS Allstream, Johnston Group, Air Canada, RBC Royal Bank, PACART, Great-West Life, Friesens, Manitoba Culture Heritage and Tourism, City of Winnipeg, Investors Group, Scotiabank, Volunteer Associates of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Storm Bistro, Manitoba Lotteries Corporation, Ernst & Young, Fort Garry Hotel, KPMG, Lawton Partners, Loewen, Parrish & Heinbecker, Aikins Law, AON, Cambrian Credit Union, Manitoba Blue Cross, National Leasing, CP Loewen, North West Company, NRG Management. Media sponsors: Winnipeg Free Press, CTV, CBC, Pattison Outdoor Advertising, 103.1 Virgin Radio, 99.9 BOB FM, Doowah Design, Visual Lizard, Esdale Printing, Radio-Canada, Travel Manitoba, Tourism Winnipeg, Midcan Production Technologies.
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