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.

From the Land: Materials & Message in Inuit Art

December 14, 2013 to June 8, 2014
Winnipeg Art Gallery
From the Land: Materials & Message in Inuit Art features wall hangings and sculptures that interpret a range of subjects from traditional camp life to arctic animals and the spirit world using a variety of media and artistic techniques.
From the Land: Materials & Message in Inuit Art


January 16 to March 22, 2014
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba
Ossuary brings to a close an almost two-decade long project of recovering a vanished civilization of birds, which began with finding 29 bird skeletons in an abandoned wood stove in 1996. At the end of this final instalment of the series, Brown will enclose the skeletons into individual sarcophagi.
Ossuary by Shirley Brown


December 7, 2013 to February 8, 2014
Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art
TOXICITY 2013 is the inaugural exhibition, conference and workshop of a series of international exhibitions and conferences surrounding the notion of toxicities in the contemporary world. This premier exhibition will highlight the growing Canadian biotech arts community within an international context.

Math + Art

Dec 7, 2013 to Apr 27, 2014
Winnipeg Art Gallery
 Offering a particular focus on 20th century art, Math + Art provides an opportunity to explore modern art through the lens of mathematics during a time when artists were experimenting geometric abstraction and considering mathematical theories in the creation of their two- and three-dimensional works of art.
Math + Art

Almost Black and White

January 7 to February 14, 2014
Portage & District Arts Centre, Portage la Prairie
Almost Black and White is a photography exhibit by Stan Weibe. While Stan has wielded his camera in 'exciting' places like Brazil and the Rocky Mountains, and has shot big game such as humpback whales in Mexico and elephant seals in California, his vision is evolving and recently he has been shifting to the monochromatic world of black and white. Since he is not fully there yet he has been inspired to create this new gallery show.
Almost Black and White by Stan Wiebe

God's Nature

January 2 to 30, 2014
Watson Art Centre, Dauphin
God’s Nature is a stunning compilation of photographs taken by Cliff Doan. Cliff was born in Swan River Valley and raised in Flin Flon. At 78 he’s now retired from many occupations including road construction, semi-truck driver, taxi driver, auto mechanic, vacuum and small motor repairman. He now has the time to pursue his love of photographing nature, to quad the mountains and valleys for source material, and practice his drawing and painting.
God's Nature by Cliff Doan