Fine Arts News Archive
October 12, 2021 —
Join School of Art Gallery for Kaffeeklatsch. A series centring the voices of an intergenerational cohort of artists, activists, and writers having casual conversations over coffee with guests of their choosing, followed by workshops related to the presenters’ practices.
October 4, 2021 —
Congratulations to SoA Alumna, Leandra Brandson, 2021 recipient of a Medalta ceramic residency. The historic clay district in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Medalta is at the heart of Canadian ceramics and is an Internationally renowned residency.
September 30, 2021 —
Congratulations to SoA alumna Taylor Buss selected the Manitoba regional winner of the 2021 BMO 1st Art! competition.
December 10, 2020 —
Please join Professor Emeritus Erwin Huebner on Wednesday, December 16th at 3:30 pm for his lecture, entitled “Science and Art: Exploration, Imagination and Innovation – Artist Books Inspired by Science”.
November 11, 2020 —
On October 29, the Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship (SCCE) hosted its first virtual business plan pitch competition as part of its core Asper entrepreneurship course ENTR 2030 and the parallel ENTR 2020 course for non-Asper students.
School of Art student, Gabriel Roberts, named the Manitoba winner of the 2020 BMO 1st Art! competition.
September 25, 2020 —
School of Art student, Gabriel Roberts, named the Manitoba winner of the 2020 BMO 1st Art! competition
October 18, 2019 —
Bachelor of Fine Arts student Annie Beach and alumna Niamh Dooley [BFA (Hons)/17] from the University of Manitoba were announced on Oct. 17 as two of the recipients of the Hnatyshyn Foundation Awards for Canadian Visual Artists
June 19, 2019 —
When you visit 185 Extended Education Complex, you can now take your photo before the perfect blue backdrop. This painting is one of a series called On Posing.
February 27, 2019 —
Winnipeggers know a good deal about ice and snow, so it makes sense that an alumnus has helped Sweden build a theme room in a famous Icehotel.
May 22, 2018 —
Jack J. Sures, one of Canada’s foremost ceramic artists, died May 12 in Regina, only a few weeks after receiving the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.