Exhibits worth seeking out during your stay.
Dove with Olive Branch by pablo picasso, 1962, lithograph on paper. 55.1 x 75.6 cm. From the collection of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 2007-067. Photographer: Stephen Topfer ©Picasso Estate/SODRAC(2016)
STARTS MAY 13
A pair of exhibits give a rare glimpse at one of art history’s most iconic figures at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Picasso in Canada features more than 30 paintings, watercolours, drawings, prints and ceramic works drawn from collections across the country. Also on display is a collection of 100 etchings and drypoints, presented in its entirety for the first time in 60 years. Named Picasso: Man and Beast, this exhibit showcases the artist’s preoccupations with the civilizing nature of art and the “beast within”. Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd, wag.ca
Lakeside Ritual (bc) by Matthew Gardiner, 2013, courtesy of aceartinc
MAY-JUN: Graffiti Gallery presents a retrospective featuring works by artists involved with the gallery since its inception in 1998. 109 Higgins Ave, graffitigallery.ca
TO MAY 19: Matthew Gardiner explores modern society’s relationship with the natural world in You Can’t Go Home Again at aceartinc. 290 McDermot Ave, aceart.org
TO MAY 28: Through the Eyes of A Child exhibits the work of young artists at WAG@The Park inside the Assiniboine Park Pavilion. 55 Pavilion Cres, wag.ca
TO MAY 30: Love of gardening and painting runs in the family for Gerd Behrendt and Angela Lillico. See Floral Frenzy: The Love of Father and Daughter at the Wayne Arthur Gallery. 186 Provencher Blvd, waynearthurgallery.com
MAY 5-28: The MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art) Artist Mothers Group shows a mother-child collaborative exhibit. 611 Main St, mawa.ca
MAY 5-16: See Sari Habiluk’s The Golden Hour, a collection of vibrant and abstracted acrylic paintings, at cre8ery. 125 Adelaide St, cre8ery.com
JUN 2-28: Turqoise Gem/Pale Blue Dot is a collection of mixed media works by Bonnie Taylor at the Wayne Arthur Gallery. 186 Provencher Blvd, waynearthurgallery.com
More Things To Do in Winnipeg:
Here & Now: Must-see and Do Activities During Your Stay
Why You Need to Visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
All About Winnipeg’s Convention Centre
Winnipeg’s Top 10 Selfie Spots
Visit these six venues for more swinging sounds. —By Danielle Milley
ALLEYCATZ: Graffiti Park (June 26), Swing House Band (June 30), Lady Kane (July 2 & 3)
DOMINION ON QUEEN: Mega City Big Band (June 26), Big Smoke Big Band (June 29), Peggy Mahon (July 3)
THE PILOT: Charlie Hunter (June 27), Chris Potter’s Underground (June 29 & 30), Bobby Militello (July 2)
RESERVOIR LOUNGE: Jake Rude & His Swing Sextet (June 26), Sophia Perlman & The Vipers (June 29), Luke Nicholson (July 5)
THE REX: Joel Miller’s Mandala (June 27), Will Vinson Quartet (July 1), Fieldtrip (July 4)
TRANE STUDIO: Danny Lockwood & The Favourite Grooves (June 28), Jarek Dabrowski (June 30), Tim Posgate Horn Band (July 3)
Ten music-filled days and nights have everyone dancing in the streets during the TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival. —By Danielle Milley
Catch Kool & The Gang hit all the right notes at Nathan Phillips Square (photo by Silvia Mautner.)
The TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival is sure to have feet tapping and fingers snapping as it slides into town this summer with more than 350 concerts. This year’s event, which runs from June 26 to July 5, brings together more than 1,500 musicians at 40 venues as part of the city’s biggest musical showcase. There’s something for every hep cat and cool chick no matter their taste, with free daytime concerts, ticketed mainstage performances every evening and late-night jazz extending the musical euphoria at some of the hippest venues in the city.
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