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August 27, 2014

The 204: Packed to the Rafters

With close to 300 events to date, Manitoba will be celebrating Culture Days in style in 2014. Featured events include the annual Storytelling Day at Central Park in which hundreds of students from across Winnipeg and Manitoba convene in the centre of the city to hear folk tales and stories from experienced storytellers and educators...

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July 28, 2014

Wall-to-Wall Arts, Crafts and Culture!

5 years! Celebrating 5 years calls for special events, special projects and certainly very special initiatives. Enter Synonym Art Consultation, a Winnipeg organization run by Chloe Chafe and Andrew Eastman, seek to match artists and their work to unconventional venues (such as restaurants, stores), throw events to showcase the venue and artist and create a...

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July 24, 2014

Jean Giguère is Honoured for her Unwavering Support for the Arts

Culture Days Manitoba is pleased to congratulate Jean Giguère, co-chair of the Culture Days Manitoba Task Force on receiving the Order of Canada. Giguère was awarded the country’s highest civilian honour in June 2014 for her outstanding commitment to the arts. She also received the 2014 Ramon John Hnatyshyn Award for Voluntarism in the Performing Arts. Originally from...

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December 3, 2014

Avoiding Art History?

This is the third contribution from Paul Byron, an artist, art therapist, and educator based out of Toronto.  He will be sharing his stories, and highlights pertaining to the arts and cultural sector. To read more of Paul’s work, head to his personal blog, The Y/X-change. Stay tuned for monthly contributions from Paul.  A lot of...

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