Jun
26
5:00 PM17:00

Video Screening + Discussion: Interpreting Asher and Trecartin at Plug In ICA

On Wednesday, June 26, 2019 discover our current exhibitions, Class by Karen Asher and Comma Boat by Ryan Trecartin through the interpretive lens of 4 youth participants. Starting at 5:00 pm, participants of the seventh edition of our Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth [IIY] program, Brett Lewis, Faron McDougall, Forest Monias, Sabba Rezai, Jacob Vergel, and session mentor Tuva Bergstrom, will present a short interpretive video produced by them. Following the screening will be a panel discussion where the participants will discuss the collaborative process.

The IIY program is, yet, another way Plug In ICA provides an entry into conversations and practices happening in contemporary art today. It is integral to the ICA’s educational programming as it gives voice to youth in the community while building new audiences.

The screening offers a visual reflection of the youth’s collective and individual experience of Class and Comma Boat, and marks the culmination of an intensive eight weeks of meeting, working, and thinking together about the exhibition; and about video as an interpretive mode. For this iteration of the program, participants had the opportunity to work closely with Winnipeg-based artist Luther Konadu who lead the program; the artist Karen Asher and film maker Rhayne Vermette, to discuss process, approach and multi-media content creation.

The youth screening and panel discussion will begin at 5:00 pm, followed by a short reception. The program facilitator, Luther Konadu, will moderate the screening and panel discussion with IIY participants.

Everyone is welcome! Snacks and refreshments will be served.

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Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth is designed for youth ages 16 to 24. The program reverses a pre-existing interpretive model used within arts institutions that often produce short videos as educational devices. These often include interviews with artists or curators, images of artworks and installation shots; they often reference artists’ biographies, previous artworks, and at times, glimpse into artists’ studios. These videos are usually presented online or within the gallery or museum in close proximity to the artworks, and tend to place an emphasis on the artist’s and institution’s intention over the experience of the viewer.

The “Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth” program inversely begins with the youth’s experience of the artwork, challenging conventional models of art interpretation by overturning basic roles of authority and authorship.

More info here.

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Jun
26
7:00 PM19:00

Natasha Jozi (Pakistan) Artist in Residence Artist Talk at MAWA

Free, everyone is welcome!

With support from the Prince Claus Mobility Travel Grant.

While in Winnipeg, Jozi will be exploring the relationship between the human body and nature, characterized by a shifting balance between belonging and alienation. As part of her research, she will conduct performance-based workshops in the city, inviting local communities of students and artists to participate (details TBA). She will then develop and perform public performances and build a body of performative mark-makings, paintings and objects that reflect on the relationship she develops with the city. This project seeks to re-examine our place in a constantly shifting, commodified, urban, increasingly compartmentalized lifestyle. While these aspects of our lives may seem to negate the body’s relationship with nature, they in fact create new ones that we often leave unexplored.  

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Jul
4
7:00 PM19:00

Carte Blanche LAUNCH | Annual Members' Exhibition at acearinc.

Drop off: 4-14 June 2019
Exhibition run: 4-19 July 2019
Launch: 7pm, 4 July 2019

Another hullabaloo of contemporary art, artists, and performance- the aceartinc. members’ show! Become a member and take part!

There is no selection process- just be a member and submit your work!

Membership is $25 for the year. It entitles you to access a lot of useful resources and support.

The guidelines are in this PDF– you’ll need to read them, sign the agreement, and bring it with you when you drop off the work. There’ll also be copies at the office you can sign.

Work will be displayed salon-style, limit of one work per person, all work can be priced for sale! 

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Jul
5
6:00 PM18:00

CONNECT WITH THE QUARTER (2 OF 3)

July 5th will feature pop-ups by The Community Gym and Natural Cycleworks! Live spin classes by donation, bike-tune ups, PLUS take one of Natural Cycleworks spiffy, new, custom-made rides out for a spin to test out the new Exchange District bike lanes!

There are a lot of great changes and new developments happening in our Downtown communities right now… and we want to make sure locals + visitors are familiar with navigating it all. Throughout the Summer on First Fridays in the Exchange, our POP UP BOX shipping container in Bijou Park (East side of Old Market Square) will become the public's go-to spot to learn about just that! Find valuable information about what we do + how to get around - DQW merchandise + maps, bike path information, parking maps, tour information and much more can be picked up at our POP UP BOX on First Fridays in Summer (excluding August). PLUS, find links with additional, helpful tips on how to get around The Quarter on our Homepage!

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Sep
6
6:00 PM18:00

CONNECT WITH THE QUARTER! (3 of 3)

September 5th’s member pop-up is TBD!

There are a lot of great changes and new developments happening in our Downtown communities right now… and we want to make sure locals + visitors are familiar with navigating it all. Throughout the Summer on First Fridays in the Exchange, our POP UP BOX shipping container in Bijou Park (East side of Old Market Square) will become the public's go-to spot to learn about just that! Find valuable information about what we do + how to get around - DQW merchandise + maps, bike path information, parking maps, tour information and much more can be picked up at our POP UP BOX on First Fridays in Summer (excluding August). PLUS, find links with additional, helpful tips on how to get around The Quarter on our Homepage!

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Jun
22
1:00 PM13:00

MAWA Presents: Bones and Brains w/ Dr. Sari Hannila

  • University of Manitoba Human Anatomy Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A two-part anatomy-drawing workshop:

Bones: Saturday, June 15, 1 - 5pm
Brains: Saturday, June 22, 1 - 5pm


$50 for one session or $85 for both.
Register by following link below or by calling 204-949-9490
For MAWA members of all genders.

This workshop offers a rare opportunity to draw human specimens at the University of Manitoba Human Anatomy Lab. Dr. Sari Hannila will lead this investigation into the intricacies of the human body. Dr. Hannila will begin each session with a brief lecture outlining the human body donor program at the University of Manitoba, the history of anatomy and its relationship to art and the human materials being explored that day. She will then lead participants to the lab itself where she will illustrate with specimens and share her experience with anatomical study. The first session will focus on bones and the second on brains and neurological materials. There will be ample time for self-directed drawing.

More info + registration here.

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Jun
20
7:00 AM07:00

Canadian launch + reading tour of 'Second Thoughts' by Angie Keefer at Plug In ICA

Canadian launch dates:

Toronto: Wednesday, June 19, 7pm: Art Metropole, 158 Sterling Road, Toronto, ON, Canada. +1(416)703.4400, www.artmetropole.com

Winnipeg:
 Thursday, June 20, 7pm: Plug In ICA, 460 Portage Ave, Unit 1, Winnipeg, MB, Canada. +1(204)942-1043, www.plugin.org

Calgary: Friday, June 21, 6pm: Esker Foundation, 444, 1011 -9th Ave S.E. Calgary, AB, Canada. +1(403)930.2490, www.eskerfoundation.com

Vancouver: Saturday, June 22, 1pm: Or Gallery, 555 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC, Canada. +1(604)683.739, www.orgallery.org

"I half hold that my life is a fine ride as long as I don’t attempt to navigate. The least critical way to describe this outlook is 'bemused fatalism,' and as coping mechanisms go, there’s much to be said for keeping that faith, but so far it hasn’t proved compatible with ambitious ideas like writing a book, though this may turn out to be the first page of a first chapter, in which case I’ve changed my life and overruled fate with you as my witness." -Angie Keefer

Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the launch of Second Thoughts, a selection of writing from 2008 to 2018 by artist Angie Keefer. This compilation traverses numerous disciplines from physics to philosophy, incorporating biographical elements and running parallel to Keefer’s visual practice. 

More info here.

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Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Select works by Rosella Farmer, Reception at Pulse Gallery

Rosella Farmer is a Manitoba artist who has been a member of her local art society, the Charleswood Art Group, since 2003 and was juried into the Manitoba Society of Artists in 2010, serving as the Membership Chairperson from 2011 to 2015.

Rosella enjoys experimenting in many different mediums with various techniques. She loves to paint subjects from nature inspired by her large flower garden. She also enjoys painting portraits, still life, collages and contemporary abstract works inspired by her travels throughout Canada and the United States. Much of her work focuses on light and colour.

Selected Works Exhibited June 1 - 30.

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Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Performance Workshop w/ Artist in Residence Natasha Jozi (Lahore, Pakistan) at MAWA

For people of all genders; free! No performance experience necessary.  Please bring a lunch.

This workshop will take a collective and collaborative approach in which participants will approach nature as a spiritual presence, location, medium and participant in performance. Through interactive, meditative and participatory activities, participants will explore the dual relationships between human bodies, and between human bodies and nature. Activities will be based around the sounds of the nature, the feel of the natural materials, the free movement of the body in an open space, etc. The goal is to engage both materially and spiritually with the elements which we are otherwise alienated from, despite their constant presence in our daily life.

Some of the exercises will entail moving, walking and running. Please feel free to adjust or skip any activity, according to your abilities. You are welcome to participate as much or as little as you are able.

This workshop will be followed by a performance in public space on Sunday June 23, time TBA. Documentation will take place in the form of videos and photographs.

More info + registration here.

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Jun
15
1:00 PM13:00

MAWA Presents: Bones and Brains w/ Dr. Sari Hannila

  • University of Manitoba Human Anatomy Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A two-part anatomy-drawing workshop:

Bones: Saturday, June 15, 1 - 5pm
Brains: Saturday, June 22, 1 - 5pm


$50 for one session or $85 for both.
Register by following link below or by calling 204-949-9490
For MAWA members of all genders.

This workshop offers a rare opportunity to draw human specimens at the University of Manitoba Human Anatomy Lab. Dr. Sari Hannila will lead this investigation into the intricacies of the human body. Dr. Hannila will begin each session with a brief lecture outlining the human body donor program at the University of Manitoba, the history of anatomy and its relationship to art and the human materials being explored that day. She will then lead participants to the lab itself where she will illustrate with specimens and share her experience with anatomical study. The first session will focus on bones and the second on brains and neurological materials. There will be ample time for self-directed drawing.

More info + registration here.

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Jun
15
to Jun 16

The Community Gym - GRAND OPENING!

Mark your calendars, folks! FREE classes all weekend long including theme classes, team teaches, and more. To celebrate, we are also throwing a BIG OLD PARTY on the Saturday, June 15 starting at 8 pm. Drinks, snacks, dancing... so basically a sock hop!

Sign up online - spots are filling up quick!

https://thecommunitygym.ca

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Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Class - Artist Talk by Karen Asher at Plug In ICA

Plug In ICA is proud to present an artist talk by Karen Asher in conjunction with her solo exhibition Class. Asher’s body of work engages the figure in location, the body in movement, the mundane in tension with the surreal, captured in moments of joy, melancholy and resilience. Her images offer a set of circumstances that enliven the vulnerability felt in the every day. For Class, the poignancy of life is imaged and imagined through her subjects on screen and in portrait, highlighting the empowering effect of improv, performance and pleasure. In this new work, Asher uses the camera to condition spaces of agency, visibility and confidence, allowing an openness at the heart of what is seen and felt. Astute and playful, Asher’s approach to composition is instigated by the care, rigour and sensitivity inherent in her process. The camera lens in Asher’s hands has the possibility of offering respite from hardship and struggle. 

In celebration of Asher’s solo exhibition, a karaoke and dance party, featuring a performance by The Pinc Lincolns, follows the artist talk.

Karaoke Party | 9pm to Midnight

With a performance by The Pinc Lincolns | 10:30pm  

More info here.

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Jun
12
7:00 PM19:00

Plug In ICA Presents off-site STAGES Speaker Series Artist Talk w/ Andrea Roberts

It is Plug In ICA’s honour to present a talk by multidisciplinary artist and musician Andrea Roberts, who will be speaking as part of the STAGES Speaker Series in anticipation of their temporary public artwork for the STAGES biennial in August 2019. 

Roberts is a respected Winnipeg-based artist whose work is detailed in its execution and research. Their work blends abstraction with a narrative underlay linking material to subjects that amplify processes of labour. Roberts' situates their concerns within “everyday experiences of technology, labour, identity and trauma within capitalism.” Their work often inverses the function of common materials, using patterns, sounds or video to accentuate the position of the body, annunciating the way human’s conform our movement in relation to objects, place and technology.

More info here.

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Jun
10
6:00 PM18:00

Cross Cultural Beading Group at MAWA

Free, all are welcome! No need to register just come. 

MAWA’s cross-cultural beading group meets to informally work on their own projects together. Everyone—of all backgrounds, ages and genders—is invited to share their skills, to learn and to work independently in a convivial atmosphere. No experience necessary. Novices and experienced beaders alike are welcome. Some free materials are provided (beads, thread, cloth and leather) or you can bring your own. 

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Jun
7
6:00 PM18:00

CONNECT WITH THE QUARTER! (1 of 3)

June 7th will feature a pop-up styling station by Hair Co. Flagship salon, with proceeds going to Main Street Project.

There are a lot of great changes and new developments happening in our Downtown communities right now… and we want to make sure locals + visitors are familiar with navigating it all. Throughout the Summer on First Fridays in the Exchange, our POP UP BOX shipping container in Bijou Park (East side of Old Market Square) will become the public's go-to spot to learn about just that! Find valuable information about what we do + how to get around - DQW merchandise + maps, bike path information, parking maps, tour information and much more can be picked up at our POP UP BOX on First Fridays in Summer (excluding August). PLUS, find links with additional, helpful tips on how to get around The Quarter on our Homepage!

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Jun
7
12:00 PM12:00

In Her Own Voice: Surrealist Women Artists, First Friday Lecture by Celia Rabinovitch at MAWA

Free, everyone welcome!

This First Friday Lecture will discuss surrealist women artists, including Meret Oppenheim and Dorothea Tanning, and others such as Lucita Hurtado Mullican and Barbara Stauffacher Solomon who Rabinovitch interviewed in oral histories taken in 2009. All felt strongly about themselves as artists and contested the accepted role of women in surrealism. Their words create a new frame of reference for surrealism and uncover issues in the social history and the politics of the art world.  



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Jun
6
7:00 PM19:00

The Poetic Intention of Intuition | Curator Talk by Nasrin Himada at Plug In ICA

As a way to introduce Nasrin Himada, Plug In ICA’s new Assistant Curator, to the Winnipeg community, they will give a curatorial talk that will discuss their research process in developing select exhibitions, publications, and public programs. Himada’s curatorial vision is invested in the exploration of contemporary art practices that condition the transformation of place and how we come to be together. Curation is always a collaborative experience, and initiating spaces of collaboration is a political act, an act that challenges the intentions of contemporary arts and its place from within the milieu of social practice. Himada’s interests and motivations in curatorial work stems from their own background in transformative justice and decolonial methodologies that are inspired from Palestinian cultural history and knowledge. 

Nasrin Himada is a Palestinian writer, curator and editor from Tio'tia:ke (Montréal), in Kanien'kehá:ka territory but who now lives on Treaty One Territory. Nasrin’s writing on contemporary art has appeared in Canadian ArtC MagazineCritical SignalsMICE MagazineFUSE Magazine, and The Funambulist, among others. Most recently, Nasrin co-curated a time-based, video art exhibition entitled deep-time construction at The CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts. Their current writing and curatorial project, For Many Returns, is a series designed and developed as a way to explore the possibilities of art writing as a kind of performative gesture. Since its debut at Dazibao in Montréal, it has toured across Canada, the US and Europe. Nasrin has been the co-editor of several contemporary arts magazines and journals, including the online platform Contemptorary.

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Jun
5
6:30 PM18:30

Artist Mothers at MAWA: Art in the Park, en plein air session in Assiniboine park

Free! Open to all artist-mothers

The Artist Mothers Group at MAWA extends an invitation to all artist-mothers to come and meet other women who embrace both mothering and artistic production. In June, the group will meet at the English Garden at Assiniboine Park for an annual en plein air session. Bring your own materials and anything else you need to get in the mood. This is an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, chat, eat snacks and make art. If it is raining, Artist Mothers will meet in the duck pond shelter beside the English Garden. Can’t make it? Please consider participating in the Artist Mothers at MAWA Facebook page, Artist Mothers at MAWA. 

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May
30
7:00 PM19:00

Plug In ICA's Stages Speaker Series: Artist talk w/ Kenneth Lavallee

Lavallee’s refined aesthetic and cultural influence can be seen through out the cityscape of Winnipeg. His bold colours and sharp graphic patterns permeate the city with an intent to make visible metis and indigenous visual languages from the traditional plains eight point Star Blanket to the Metis jig. These traditional forms of communication and community engagement take on a new visual life through out Winnipeg, but retain, in Lavallee’s care, a sentiment that leads to their original use and value as expressions of care and sharing.  

For STAGES, Lavallee is planning to work with Winnipeg’s sky walk-ways, using the windows as a site to apply a vivid pattern of graphic forms. Light will be a key element in this new artwork as it will transfer colour from surface to ground. 

*With its conception in 2017, STAGES biennial sets out to activate the city of Winnipeg with temporary public sculpture, installation and performances by international and local artists. STAGES biennial is set to launch on August 16, 2019. Please Save-the-date. The Speaker Series is a means of initiating and connecting the artists with local audiences, and introducing visiting artists to Winnipeg.

More info here.

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May
27
6:00 PM18:00

Cross-Cultural Beading Group at MAWA

Free, all are welcome! No need to register just come. 

MAWA’s cross-cultural beading group meets to informally work on their own projects together. Everyone—of all backgrounds, ages and genders—is invited to share their skills, to learn and to work independently in a convivial atmosphere. No experience necessary. Novices and experienced beaders alike are welcome. Some free materials are provided (beads, thread, cloth and leather) or you can bring your own. 

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May
25
6:00 PM18:00

Table for 1200 More

TableFor1200More brings together architecture, design, and the culinary arts to create an evening of entertainment and stimulating conversation in an absolutely unique setting. At approximately 1200 feet long, TableFor1200More is a truly spectacular ‘pop-up’ outdoor dining experience at a surprise location announced shortly before starting. Dressed for a “Winnipeg White Out”, guests wear all white to provide a magical visual dimension to the evening. Meals are provided by local chefs Mandel Hitzer (Deer+Almond) and Ben Kramer (Chef Ben Kramer Custom Catering).

TableFor1200More is organized as part of StorefrontMB’s mandate to raise awareness about the value of architecture, design, and urbanism.

www.tablefor1200more.ca

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May
25
9:00 AM09:00

aceartinc. presents: A Portrait of Your Pet at Graffiti Gallery

Join us for aceartinc.'s fundraiser "A Portrait with your Pet"! Chronicle you and your fur babies with an exciting lineup of photographers in fun sets designed by local artists. 
Set #1: by Kelly Campbell & Megumi Kinata: Cruise down Portage Avenue in a cardboard mint-coloured convertible with pink flames!
Photography 9am – 1pm by Mahlet Cuff; Photography 1pm – 5pm by Christine St. Martin
Set #2: by Peatr Thomas: Float on pillowy, illuminated clouds in a bright blue sky!
Photography 9am –1pm by Kelechi Asagwara; Photography 1pm – 5pm by Laura Darnbrough
Set #2: by Rachel Thorleifson: Details coming soon.
Photography 9am – 1pm by Mike Peters; Photography 1pm – 5pm by TBA

More information here. Tickets on Eventbrite.

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May
23
7:00 PM19:00

WORK | A performance by Ming Hon as part of our Respondent Series at Plug In ICA

As part of our Respondent Series, Plug In ICA presents Work by Ming Hon, a collaborative performance that utilizes Karen Asher's solo exhibition Class currently on view. Work is a study on the physicality of the body in labour and its usage in production. Hon questions the worth of a body and its efforts through a performance that works towards varying and contradicting spectrums of exertion, finesse, sensuality, vulgarity, repetition, and spectacle.  

Ming Hon is a dancer, choreographer, and performance artist, using video and installation based in Winnipeg.  Her practice looks into themes of work, labour, the ethics of luxury, capitalism, and the economy and politics of the female body.  Hon's works have shown locally and internationally, including at the award-winning Canada Hub (Scotland), Taipei AV (Taiwan), National Art Centre’s Prairie Scene Events / SAW Gallery (Ottawa), SummerWorks Festival (Toronto), Fluid Movement Festival (Calgary), Surrey Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Latitude 53 (Edmonton), Plug In ICA (Winnipeg) and many more.  She has been featured in Canadian Art, Border Crossings, CBC, Vice, The Guardian, and The BBC, among others. She has collaborated as a performer on projects with artists such as Karen Asher, Rebecca Belmore, Sarah Anne Johnson, Noam Gonnick, Guy Maddin, and Rober Racine. 

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May
23
6:30 PM18:30

MAWA Presents: Theory and Beer - Art Education Tomorrow w/ Stacey Abramson

Free, everyone welcome to attend!

Visual art and creative education is a critical part of the development of a 21st-century learner. However, the artwork being produced in the classrooms in North America today often reflects ideals and concepts from the 20th century, focussing on form and function while leaving out conceptual thinking. This Theory and Beer is a call to action for quality art education and a discussion about what art education could be. How can the ways we teach art significantly impact student art being made today for a better society tomorrow?

Readings: http://magazine.art21.org/2014/12/09/revamping-art-education-for-the-twenty-first-century/#.XCeGcM9Kiu4

https://canadianart.ca/features/where-do-we-go-from-here/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjkx6PzajE&index=6&t=0s&list=PL5uUen04IQNkFECI0L3r-7zGY9RBgIKw8

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May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Figure Drawing at MAWA

All women and non-binary artists welcome. $10 pay at the door. 

Do you miss drawing live models? Want to practice drawing the human body but need the time and space? MAWA offers figure drawing with live models in an feminist environment. No need to register, just show up. Doors open at 6:30pm to give you time to set up. The model begins at 7pm for quick gesture drawings followed by longer poses. Participants are asked to bring their own materials. Drawing boards are provided. 

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May
17
7:00 PM19:00

Martha Street Studio presents: David McMillan Photobook Launch + Studio Editions Viewing

Join us for an evening with acclaimed photographer David McMillan to celebrate the launch of his new photobook from Steidl, Growth and Decay: Prypiat and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and to view his Martha Street Studio Edition Parquet Floor Variations, Prypiat, Ukraine. This event is presented by Martha Street Studio and features the artist in conversation with Border Crossings.
 
This event is free and open to the public. The presentation will be followed by a book signing.
 
David McMillan began his career as a painter, receiving an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1973, but gradually became more involved with photography. A concern for the vulnerability of the environment led him to photograph in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, the site of what is considered to be the world's worst nuclear accident. Having returned to the site over 20 times since 1994, Growth and Decay serves as a record of McMillan’s lifetime commitment to this monumental project. As McMillan has explained: "When I first ventured to Chernobyl in 1994, the experience was thrilling and totally absorbing. I felt I had found a subject both inexhaustible and consequential. I wanted to make photographs describing something I hadn’t seen before, which had the potential to be simultaneously beautiful and unsettling." 
 
McMillan taught photography at the University of Manitoba for 39 years and has had over thirty solo exhibitions since 1980 and some sixty selected publications, including catalogs for such major surveys as Photography in Canada 1960–2000 (National Gallery of Canada, 2017) and Camera Atomica (Art Gallery of Ontario, 2015). His work has been featured internationally with showings in Hong Kong, Serbia (former Yugoslavia), Iceland, Finland, Israel, Australia, China, Germany, and the USA.

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May
16
7:00 PM19:00

Artist Talk w/ Alyssa Bornn at aceartinc.

Alyssa Bornn is an interdisciplinary artist, experimental filmmaker, and organizer based in Winnipeg, MB. Her practice regularly utilizes traditional photographic methods alongside alternative and outdated digital modes of image capturing, writing, and constructed spaces to explore the act of image building as well as our relationships to images.

She holds a BFA (Hons.) from the University of Maniotba and is a member of Open City Cinema, a co-programmer for the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, and is an active member of Light Terrors- a loose collective showcasing moving image and audio works as live performance. She has run workshops for Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts, PAVED Arts, and independently as Professional Development.

In 2018, Bornn was curated into the aceartinc. student exhibition and subsequently awarded the Scott Wachal Memorial Bursary. As part of this, recipients are invited to give a public talk about their work. We hope you can join us to hear Alyssa Bornn talk about her practice and recent bodies of work.

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May
11
6:00 PM18:00

Clean Beauty Workshop w/ MADE Beauty Co. at Generation Green

Generation Green is excited to pour a little vino, serve some treats and start talking about makeup! Clean makeup that is!

We hope you will join us on Saturday, May 11th as we present MADE Beauty Co. for make-up tips, tricks, and demos.

MADE Beauty Co. is a collective of makeup artists and hair stylists in Winnipeg and Kenora who provide services from weddings to runways!

Limited seating so get your spot by registering early! More info here.

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