School of Art Gallery 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.
School of Art Gallery welcomes Shalaka Jadhav and Lillian O’Brien Davis as part of the Visiting Curator Program
October 6, 2021 —
The School of Art Gallery (SoAG) is excited to announce that Shalaka Jadhav and Lillian O’Brien Davis have been selected as emerging creators as part of the inaugural SoAG Visiting Curator Program.
August 5, 2021 —
Starting next Monday, August 9, the School of Art Gallery will reopen to the public by appointment, with three feature exhibitions.
July 6, 2021 —
The School of Art Gallery at the University of Manitoba is seeking two emerging curators to participate in its inaugural Visiting Curator Program.
June 18, 2021 —
The School of Art Gallery at the University of Manitoba is launching its new Visiting Curator Program with internationally-recognized curator and art historian Grace Deveney as the inaugural visiting curator.
May 24, 2021 —
The School of Art and School of Art Gallery are pleased to present four thesis exhibitions and oral examinations by Master of Fine Art students Casey Koyczan, Mahsa Merci, Hye yeon Shin, Julianna Zwierciadlowska-Rhymer.
March 1, 2021 —
The School of Art Gallery re-opens by appointment
School of Art Gallery virtual exhibition: PAWS: Protest, Activism, Whimsy and Self Care in Animal Crossing
February 22, 2021 —
Virtual exhibition shows how a slow, sweet game of social relationships, crafting, and exploration became the stage for global tensions and tensions of the heart.
SWANA Film Festival, presented by School of Art Gallery, showcases Southwest Asian and North African creativity on screen, February 5 to 18, 2021
January 26, 2021 —
A free two-week online film festival featuring short films, poetry, and workshops. SWANA Film Festival showcases Southwest Asian and North African creativity on screen to speak to themes of diaspora, dis/connection, agency, and change.
January 15, 2021 —
Posters heralding Winnipeg as "One Gay City" have been plastered on three bus shelters in the downtown, as part of a new art project from the University of Manitoba School of Art Gallery