Creative Manitoba and Manitoba Moon Voices has partnered to create regular opportunities to honour the knowledge, art, and music of our Indigenous Culture. This bi-weekly event includes guest speakers, artists, elders, and musicians. A great opportunity for students and teachers!
Join Art City as they exhibit work created as collaborative projects based on practices of guest artists! The ‘Me We Everybody’ theme of this exhibit about community, empathy, understanding, and inspiration sounds amazing!
Remember when you were a kid and winter didn’t stop you from playing outside? You’d simply bundle up and enter the wintery wonderland to build a fort or a snowman, go tobagging, skating, or just trek through the snow like an arctic explorer!
Being creative requires us to tap into the playfulness of being a kid again. And Manitoba has so many fantastic ways to enjoy winter!
Be adventurous and try even one this winter season!
What a night! The ArtSpark Concert in October 2015 was a celebration in support of vibrant arts education in Manitoba, and we are grateful for all of the support of attendees, performers, and speakers!
“In this province I feel like we all have responsibilities as educators, as neighbours, and as relatives to ensure that we provide opportunities for young people to feel like they belong, and that’s what art can do.”
— Michael Redhead Champagne
“By giving students a chance to welcome chaos, to challenge their own assumptions, to take risks, to create from a place of not knowing, to move forward into the unknown — I may not help them to become artists, but I definitely help them become human.”
— Debbie Patterson
Join us for our annual general meeting on June 20. Wine and Cheese with entertainment by the Teenage Bears, Charmaine Bacon on flute, and Blair Burns on Cello. Come out and support arts education in Manitoba!