We’re excited for two new projects that are starting up this fall and winter.
Several funding opportunities in Manitoba have deadlines coming up in September and October 2023: We really encourage community artists and food-sector projects and local community groups to apply!
As the global average temperature increases, these storms will be fed warmer air to convect from, causing severe storms unlike anything we have seen so far. Sadly at this time, there’s near nothing we can do except be prepared.
We are proud to announce that our Indigenous-led arts program, @1860 Winnipeg Arts, has been awarded $8,348 from the Manitoba Arts Council Indigenous 360 program.
We thank our National Kindness Week partners at Global Dignity Canada, Hello Friday Marketing and Communications, TakingITGlobal, the Centre for Global Education and the @1860 Winnipeg Arts program for supporting this year’s National Kindness Week activities. We also gratefully acknowledge funding from the Manitoba Arts Council Indigenous 360 program.
Canada’s Second Annual National Kindness Week was celebrated from February 12-19, 2023, with the aim of encouraging Canadians to engage in acts of kindness, volunteerism, and charitable giving.
Indigenous youth artists, early career researchers and climate entrepreneurs were proud to see projects like the @1860 Winnipeg Arts, Inclusion in Northern Research and Our People Our Climate showcased during during Arctic Science Summit Week 2023 in Vienna, Austria this month.
Our latest @1860 Winnipeg Arts field trip was to the Winnipeg Art Gallery to see Headlines: Art of the News Cycle.
This week’s flashback is from one of our most memorable events: Food is Belonging for Global Dignity Day 2015 with Global Dignity Canada and TakingITGlobal.
Beautiful hats made by Lucy Eetak will be available for sale this Christmas season.