290 McDermot Ave, second floor, WinnipegNew local contemporary artists whose work is non-commercial, experimental or multi-disciplinary in nature and professional in quality. Free Admission. Tue-Sat
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181 Higgins Ave, main floor, WinnipegLocal contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art. Contemporary and traditional pieces available in many media, such as paintings, pottery, jewellery, leather
125 Adelaide St., WinnipegThe Exchange District is home to this art gallery and workshop centre that focuses on fostering and displaying local talent,
109 Higgins Ave, WinnipegBringing street art to the fine art world. Aerosol spray paintings on large canvasses displayed in a funky warehouse space.
340 Provencher Blvd, WinnipegExhibitions of contemporary art by Manitoba and Canadian artists. Free Admission. Mon-Fri 8 am-10 pm. Call for weekend hours.
219 Provencher Blvd, WinnipegFeatures artwork by local francophone artists, housed in the historical former St. Boniface city hall. Mon-Fri 12 pm-6 pm, Sat
11 Martha St, WinnipegWorks by studio and local artists including Winston Leathers, Miriam Rhudolph and Sheila Spence. Printmaking, silk screening and etching.
600 Shaftesbury Blvd, WinnipegAn attractive multi-level gallery at the Canadian Mennonite University that prides itself on showcasing art from a myriad of cultures.
603 Corydon Ave, WinnipegCity’s only gallery specializing in Inuit sculpture, drawings, prints and wall hangings by renowned artists from across northern Canada, including
121-100 Arthur St, WinnipegLocated on the main floor of the Artspace building in the heart of the Exchange District. This one-room gallery exhibits
Unit 1 - 460 Portage Ave, WinnipegOne of the country’s most well-known and innovative exhibition galleries. Plug In has been exhibiting local and international work in
203-290 McDermot Ave, WinnipegNot-for-profit exhibition gallery in the Exchange District featuring contemporary regional, national and international Aboriginal art in a variety of media.
Johnston Terminal at The Forks, main floor, WinnipegGallery specializing in Canadian Aboriginal art and crafts from Cyril Assiniboine, Gayle Sinclaire, Maxine Noel and Terry McCue and others.
300 Memorial Blvd, WinnipegNine galleries feature constantly changing exhibitions of local, Canadian and international art, including works from its own collection of contemporary
1128 Main St, WinnipegA vast assortment of native handcrafted products, including Navajo and Mojave blankets, moccasins and mukluks. Craft supplies include beads, leather