Author Archives: Winnipeg Arts Council

You, you & you

Winnipeg’s Public Art Program recently unveiled a new project “You, you & you” at the new United Way building in downtown Winnipeg. This is the first time the Winnipeg Arts Council Public Art Program has partnered with a private organization. … Continue reading

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Live/Life From 95 Screening at two festivals

You may remember Jim and Ervin from their presentation on Saturday afternoon at the Symposium, or you may just know them from around the town. These two filmmakers worked with IRCOM youth through the WAC With ART program to help … Continue reading

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My City’s Still Breathing, but the symposium is now over

Thanks to everyone who came to the symposium and contributed to its overwhelming success! We will continue to post updates about presenters and the subject matters related to symposium here for a while, and we would love to hear thoughts … Continue reading

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Siting Expositions

If you are going to be in Vancouver on November 3, you will want to check out this very cool walking tour, with audio enhancement provided by one of our presenters, Lize Mogel. Lize Mogel is presenting as part of … Continue reading

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Jim Agapito on the CBC Weekend Morning Show

Are you an early weekend riser? Because if so, you should tune into the Weekend Morning Show on CBC. One of our presenters, Jim Agapito will be on from 7:30AM – 8AM on Sunday, October 31st to talk about My … Continue reading

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SCHEDULE CHANGE

Due to a travel conflict, we have had to make a slight schedule change. Larry Beasley’s keynote address will now take place on Saturday, November 6 @ 8:30 am. (NOT on November 5 as originally posted) Mark Kingwell’s keynote address … Continue reading

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Why did we call the Symposium “My City’s Still Breathing?”

What does it mean for a city to breathe? Those of us who live in cities know that the concrete and glass of our urban surroundings add up to more than the sum of their parts.  Our cities have moods, … Continue reading

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