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Thompson | Treaty 5

Galleries & Museums

Some of the world’s most unique public art is on display in the North.

A few thousand years ago, Indigenous artists used red ochre to paint images on rock faces that are only visible from the water at Tramping Lake, and you can see the Molson Lake pictographs on rock faces along Paimusk Creek north of Norway House. Several murals adorn buildings in Snow Lake, The Pas and Flin Flon, and Thompson boasts the world’s largest lighted mural — the 10-storey painting of famed wildlife artist Robert Bateman’s wolf print that watches over Spirit Way.

There’s no shortage of traditional galleries, studios and arts centres either. Browse some of them below.

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Public Art Galleries


2nd Fl. 290 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3L 0K8

Public Art Galleries


2nd Floor, 125 Adelaide St.