Winnipeg Art Gallery

Located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, the WAG is Canada's oldest civic gallery and Manitoba’s leading art museum. Explore the iconic modernist building while experiencing local, national, and international art from the WAG collection, touring shows, and events and programs for all ages. The Gallery is home to the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world.

This summer, be sure to add Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada to your bucket list. Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta and the National Gallery of Canada, Vision Exchange brings together the work of 20 contemporary artists from India and artists of Indian heritage living in Canada, the largest exhibition of its kind to be presented in Manitoba. Artists address issues of shifting histories and borders; relationships to the land; as well as the complex themes of migration, immigration, and diaspora.

The summer line-up also includes Tony Scherman: Heroes, Ghosts, and Dreams; John Paskievich: The North End; wall hangings from Baker Lake; Salon Style: Reimagining the WAG Collection; Robert Archambeau: A Conversation in Clay, and more.

Visit our Gallery Shop for one-of-a-kind, Manitoban and Canadian handmade work.

Gallery Hours: Tues-Sun 11am-5 pm, Fri 11am-9pm, and most holidays.

Find our ShopWAG satellite location at The Forks, located in the Johnston Terminal. WAG@The Forks specializes in Inuit, First Nations, and Métis art.
Hours: Mon-Sun 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-9pm, July & Aug 10am-9pm daily, except 10am-6pm on Sun