The power of art to address societal challenges and empower communities is at the heart of an innovative cross-sectoral arts and creative entrepreneurship initiative set to launch in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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!
This season @1860 Winnipeg Arts team member Tootoo Fotheringham will be traveling from Manitoba to Minnesota to play NA3HL hockey with the Willmar Warhawks in Willmar, Minnesota.
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 have two hats for sale made by Arviat artist Lucy Eetak this week. Support our growing marketplace for authentic Indigenous arts and crafts. Discover the exquisite artistry of Inuit…
This year's program saw a lot of hard work and some extra challenges, but experiences were the best yet.
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.
Catch up on what our projects have been doing this past month with our February 2023 update!