Arts News Archive
April 17, 2018 —
Works created by medical students display emotion, imagination
April 17, 2018 —
So guess what? All of these nesting female geese are Winnipeggers, just like most of you. We share our common bond to Winnipeg, its amenities, weather, and everything else that makes Winnipeg what it is. One could argue, therefore, that we should view these geese with some degree of shared values. We should not try to scare them, intrude on their territory, make them feel threatened, or otherwise act in a way that may endanger them or you.
March 18, 2018 —
Tasked with maintaining the art room, BEd students Cameron Flamand and Madison Rosenberg were thrilled to learn their role as studio assistants would also include hosting workshops for training other teacher candidates.
February 8, 2018 —
Pop culture expert and U of M professor of religion Kenneth MacKendrick sees the movie Black Panther as a complex but familiar story about the struggle of good versus evil
December 21, 2017 —
The 140th anniversary year saw new discoveries, new scholarship winners and many other significant achievements by outstanding U of M students
November 29, 2017 —
Dr. Alysha Farrell realized the power of theatre in the classroom when a student, acting out a scene, pulled a punch an inch from a classmate’s nose
November 14, 2017 —
Winnipeg will host the Canadian Society for Education Through Art (CSEA) conference from May 3-5, 2018. Up to 100 educators will come together to exchange ideas and learn about human rights in relation to visual art and visual art education.
October 5, 2017 —
Tackling a theme like “Art and the economy” might sound like a weighty topic for teen artists, but Prof. Joanna Black says students attending this year’s international youth art exhibit in Estonia are up to task.
April 5, 2017 —
Join us on campus on Saturday, May 13, 2017 for a free day of fun and discovery.