Spend an afternoon or evening enjoying some of Manitoba’s diverse arts offerings. Here's our list of great exhibits you don’t want to miss this month. 

Leo Mol Garden

Open daily
Assiniboine Park

Combining artistic beauty with a natural setting, the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden offers a quiet retreat to view and enjoy the magnificent works of master sculptor, Dr. Leo Mol. The garden was created as a result of Dr. Mol’s generous gift of many of his wonderful bronze pieces and works of art to the community in which he lived.

Leo Mol Garden

WAVE: Interlake Artist's Studio Tour

June 7 to 8, 2014
Various artist's studios in the Interlake

Get ready to go on an art adventure on the WAVE: Interlake Artist's Studio Tour! Artists in Manitoba's Interlake invite you to come in and visit their studios and share a slice of their lives.

WAVE: Interlake Artist's Studio Tour

Upshot

June 19 to August 17, 2014
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

Upshot focuses on evoking suspension, holding still the tension between action and consequence. The selected photographs and video pieces by Fiona Annis, Lorna Bauer, and Laura Findlay explore loss, reconstruction and potential, addressing various ways of looking at the space between action and consequence.

Upshot

SOL: Cuban Exhibition

June 6 to 28, 2014
Gurevich Fine Art, Winnipeg

Gurevich welcomes summer into the gallery with SOL, an exhibition of work by Cuban artists; Jairo Alfonso, Francisco Núñez and Dalvis Tuya. The exhibit introduces ideas both political and social from Cuba, a country that is at once tantalizingly close and yet shockingly unfamiliar to us.

SOL

7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

May 10 to Sep 1, 2014
Winnipeg Art Gallery

7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. draws on both private and public art collections to bring together 85 works including recently uncovered masterworks. The exhibition focuses exclusively on that crucial decade during which the seven PNIAI artists were active as a group. The exhibition considers their collective artistic impact, as well as, the distinctive styles and experimentation of the individual artists.

Througout June, the WAG is offering FREE admission to youth 18 and under. 

7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

The Mennonite Heritage Village at 50

Feb 3 to Dec 31, 2014
Mennonite Heritage Village, Steinbach

The Mennonite Heritage Village at 50 explores the fifty years of the museum, with all its changes, thousands of volunteers, and hundreds of thousands of visitors. The Gerhard Ens Gallery will be packed with a pile of great pieces with fascinating stories.

The Mennonite Heritage Village at 50

Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing

April 12 to June 29, 2014
Winnipeg Art Gallery

This NGC@WAG partnership surveys the pioneering photography of Lynne Cohen. The exhibition traces the evolution of her photography of "readymade" spaces over the past 40 years. In addition to the 21 borrowed works from the NGC, the exhibition will be supplemented with Cohen holdings from the WAG’s collection as well as new work by the artist.

Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing