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!

Nuit Blanche at ARTlington – Sept. 30

Nuit Blanche at Arlington Studios

Saturday, September 30th  |  7pm – midnight


ARTlington Studios and Gallery is once again hosting a visual feast for your art senses at this year’s Nuit Blanche 2017! The 20+ artists of ARTlington are coming together for this annual free all-night celebration of art and culture that is happening worldwide and we invite you to join in!


Art Talk/Art Walk – Aug. 4

 First Fridays ART TALK / ART WALK
The Winnipeg Free Press News Café
237 McDermot
Dinner and a lively, informal talk followed by a guided walk through the Exchange Galleries and Studios.
Email wfpnewscafe@gmail.com or phone 204.697.7069 to book your seat!

At this month’s Art Talk, First Fridays in the Exchange will be celebrating the new C2 Centre for Craft with artists Seema Goel and Jessica Hodgson, whose work breaks down and blows up the old barriers between art and craft. Looking at issues such as the relationships between humanity and the environment, food and sustainability, and the links among art, science and creativity, we’ll be discussing what craft materials and craft techniques can do in this new expanded field.
Presented by  First Fridays in the Exchange, The Winnipeg Free Press News Café  & with the generous support of  The Winnipeg Arts Council & The Manitoba Arts Council

Doors Open Winnipeg – May 27 + 28

618 Arlington

May 27 + 28, 11 – 5pm


This free annual event celebrates Winnipeg’s unique spaces, architecture and history, showcasing more than 80 remarkable buildings and sites.

The artists of ARTlington will be opening up their studios in the wonderful building that is 618 Arlington during Doors Open, allowing visitors to shop while learning the history of many of the city’s architecturally stunning and historically significant buildings.


ARTlington Pop Up Market – Nov. 19


ARTlington Studios Pop Up Market

618 Arlington St.

November 19, 2016

10am – 4pm


Red River General is hosting a popup art, vintage and local market at the ARTlington Studios!


Follow @redrivergeneral and @artlingtonstudios on instagram for more updates and a sneak peek at vendors!