Category - Arts & Culture

WAG’s summer of impressionists leave their mark

Photo by  @mariebebe_ The world has been moved and shaken by countless revolutions throughout history, each one stoking a flame and igniting change, some for the good. One of those key movements happened in the 19th Century art world and while it may – in our times, anyway – be seen as a ground-breaking shift in creativity and artistic expression, the beginnings of the Impressionist era of art was rather the scandal of its time.

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4 Winnipeg museums you’ll want to make your home sweet home

Summer is the height of the real estate season, with new homes arriving on the market each day. So if you love visiting open houses, then we suggest visiting these four Winnipeg museums. While they are not for sale, they represent some of the city’s best preserved historic homes, complete with period features that will make you want to move right in. So take a look at these real estate listings to figure out which museum to visit first – the price of admission is way less than a down payment.

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The BIG list of FREE

We love free stuff in Manitoba. Like, really love it. Being thrifty is our thing. We’re good at it. So much so that we have plenty of free events and attractions to show for it. So put your wallet away, for here’s a nice big list of stuff you can do when you need a budget-friendly day out. Because

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We know how to make a scene

Step into our galleries, halls and exhibits to find expressions both personal and profound. Become a part of our past, our present and our future. If the arts are what move you, our soul is on display. Everywhere around you, ideas and inspiration are transformed. Into music, art and beauty. A close

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Spotlight on: Kal Barteski

We all agree: polar bears are often ferocious, sometimes adorable, and always majestic. But to Kal Barteski , they are also a work of art, acting as her muse and living, walking inspiration. Known for her script, typography and breathtaking polar bear paintings, Kal Barteski might just be their

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The 4 hearts of Cavalia’s Odysseo

Was it all just a dream? Cavalia’s Odysseo is a place where horses run free across still lakes and where the landscape swells and transforms with each changing melody. Enchantment, magic and myth become reality as soon as you step into the big top, and the best way to enter the whimsical world of

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See it all at Folklorama

Heralded as one of the best festivals in Winnipeg, Folklorama is the largest multicultural event of its kind in the world. Have you ever wanted to travel to Croatia? How about Ireland, Germany or the Caribbean? For 14 days in August, Folklorama offers just a small taste (but oh, such a good one) of