South Osborne Art Crawl – May 4, 2019

South Osborne Art Crawl
Saturday, May 4, 2019  |  10 – 5 pm
Jessica Hodgson Painting + Ceramics  |  563 Montague Ave.
+ many more artists!
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The South Osborne Spring Art Crawl is just around the corner!

The crawl takes place on Saturday May 4th from 10am to 5pm. You’ll have time to visit with the many talented artists living and working in the neighbourhood, shop local art and maybe have lunch or dinner (or both!) in one of the many great restaurants in the neighbourhood.

What is the South Osborne Art Crawl, you ask? Well, we are a number of artists who all live close together and are opening up our homes and studio spaces for the public to come have a look around. Curious what your neighbour is up to? Come have a look. Always wanted to have a look at art but didn’t know where to start? The Art Crawl is definitely a place to start. Interested in buying something local? We can set you up with something that fits that description. You can walk, bike or run from house to house to see how and where the artist creates their work. Gather some friends and make a day of it, and maybe discover your new favourite artist.

There will be some new people on the tour this year, and as always, some virtually guaranteed, beautiful sunny weather.

 

 

So who else is in the neighbourhood?

My favourite pizza joint, Vera Pizzeria is super close by, while BMC Market serves up some of the best authentic tacos in the city.  Park Line Coffee and Little Sister Coffee Maker have you covered for you caffeine fix during the day, followed by Chaeban and the brand new Black Market Provisions for ALL the tasty treats. AND if you need some green space during your tour, Churchill Drive park is right across the street.

Have I mentioned how much I love this place??

 

 

Culture Days + Nuit Blanche at ARTlington -Sept 28 + 29

 

ARTlington Art Safari

Friday, September 28, 6 – 9 pm 

Explore and learn about local art during this Friday evening Art Safari. Discover artists in their natural habitats (their studios) and experience the building’s many wonders. Witness and interact with the artist spinning wool on the first floor, or explore oil paintings on the second floor under the expert guidance of the painters themselves. On the third floor, spot artists and artisans and more on this thrilling Art Safari. And of course, find Jessica up on the third floor.

 

ARTlington Open Studios

Saturday, September 29, 12 – 11 pm

Shop and explore!

Discover over 30 artists and artisans as you explore three floors of open studios. From ceramics to photography, jewellery, paintings, glass, fibre, sculpture and mixed media, ARTlington Studios has something for every member of the family!

Afternoon activities:

Scavenger Hunt

Interactive Installation 

Hands-on Activities

 

Evening activities:

DJ and interactive art

Hands-on activities

 

*ARTlington Studios is a trolley stop during Nuit Blanche!

To learn more about Culture Days and Nuit Blanche or hear about other events going on that weekend, visit culturedays.ca

 

 

 

The Stone Diary Project II – Oct. 5

 

Opening Reception: Friday, October 5th 6-9 pm

Café Postal, 202 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg, MB. 

Show runs October 5th – 19th

 

All books will be available for purchase.

The Stone Diary Project II  is a collaborative venture connecting  artists across media to create unique ceramic books.

The practice of ceramics and bookbinding are both rooted in ancient methods.  The book is a container for thoughts, ideas, memories, emotions.  Likewise, ceramics are containers too – vessels that have long been used for safe storage of sustenance.  Both book and ceramic are functional objects that frequently serve in sacred ways.

Precious and safe yet ultimately fragile, these objects are meant to foster a sense of contemplation.

“There are chapters in every life which are seldom read, and certainly not aloud.”

Carol Shields, The Stone Diaries

To view last year’s project go to Stone Diary Project I.

 

Crafted at the WAG – Nov. 2 + 3

Friday, November 2: 11 – 9 pm

Saturday, November 3: 11 – 5 pm

 

Winnipeg Art Gallery

300 Memorial Boulevard, Winnipeg, MB

 

1 venue • 2 days • 4 organizations • 50+ artists

 

The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), Manitoba Craft Council (MCC), and Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA), and Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador (CCNL), are thrilled to present the fourth annual juried craft show at the WAG. This one-of-a-kind event highlights over 50 artists from Manitoba, plus a select number from Nunavut, Nunatsiavut, and the Northwest Territories.

 

Tickets $5/day • Kids under 12 free • Includes admission to WAG galleries • Tickets available at the door

 

 

Terra Botanica – Nov. 17

November 17 – 25, 2017

Opening Reception: Friday, November 17, 7 – 10pm

 

Cre8ery Gallery

125 Adelaide St, Winnipeg, MB R3A 0W4, Canada

 

Terra Botanica

Terra – Earth; Botanica – Plants

Terra Botanica is a group exhibition, featuring work by 5 local artists – Bernard Ferguson, Erika Hanneson, Jessica Hodgson, Heather Komus and Crystal Nykoluk. Terra Botanica combines the dynamic energy of plants and clay, creating artworks meant to live in our homes, workplaces and minds. By bringing these natural elements into our lives, we awaken our awareness to the natural world around us.

 

 

 

Crafted @ the WAG – Nov. 3 + 4

 

Friday, Nov 3, 12-9pm +

Saturday, Nov 4, 11am-5pm

 

The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), Manitoba Craft Council (MCC), and Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA), along with this year’s new partner, Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador (CCNL), are thrilled to present the third annual juried craft show at the WAG. This one-of-a-kind event highlights over 50 artists from Manitoba, plus a select number from Nunavut, Nunatsiavut, and the Northwest Territories; and features DIY workshops and live craft demonstrations!

 

Tickets $5/day • Kids under 12 free • Includes admission to WAG galleries • Tickets available at the door

 

The Stone Diary Project – Oct. 6

October 6 – 20, 2017

Opening reception: Friday, October 6th 6 – 9 pm

Cafe Postal
202 Provencher Boulevard
Winnipeg, MB
The practice of ceramics and book binding are both rooted in ancient methods. The book, as an object, is a container for life’s meanings; a way to record, learn and remember.  Ceramics have long been used for the safe storage of sustenance and have fulfilled spiritual purposes.  Both are functional objects that serve to feed us in different ways.  The Stone Diary Project connects one  book binder with sixteen Manitoba ceramic artists to create stone vessels in which to store your thoughts and ideas.  Precious and safe, yet ultimately fragile, these objects are meant to invoke connection and foster a sense of contemplation.
 

Culture Days at ARTlington – Sept. 30 + Oct. 1

Culture Days at ARTlington Studios

September 30 & October 1, 2017

 

Culture Days Manitoba is a collaborative cross Canadian volunteer movement to raise awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. The 7th annual national Culture Days weekend will feature thousands of free, hands-on, interactive activities that invite the public to participate “behind-the-scenes,” to discover the world of artists, creators, historians, architects, curators, designers and other creative people in their communities.

The ARTlington studios house an amazing selection of Winnipeg’s talented artists. From ceramics to photography, painters to jewelry, and not to forget the amazing building itself, ARTlington is a hidden gem that has something for everyone!