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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.
Digital & new media Fibre & textile arts Indigenous Interdisciplinary Visual arts
Date and time
Winnipeg | Treaty 1, MB
Directions: (211 Pacific Ave. is not a fully accessible venue with the following traits: / Entrance required two steps into the front door and multiple sets in and out at the back exit. / Venue floor is flat with multiple areas for seating. Please arrive early or speak to a volunteer if you need more space! / Wall-to-Wall will be providing a Safer Spaces Representative at all events held during the Festival. - Our volunteers will be wearing volunteer tees and our Safer Spaces Rep will be identified with a bandana! / For additional assistance, volunteers and staff are present to help.
Offered in English.
Has gender-neutral washrooms.
Wheelchair accessible outhouses will be available September 28
presented by Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival
co-curated by Tiffany Creyke | Niki Little
featuring Catherine Blackburn | Elisa Harkins | Kablusiak | Tsēmā Igharas
Carrying and speaking an Indigenous language is an act of resistance. Indigenous people connecting—visiting, sharing meals, engaging in communicating and strategising was threatening to the state but the key to survival/thriving. transmission tactics explores the multi-dimensional narrative of Indigenous languages and how they are alive with spirit. The works of Blackburn, Harkins, Igharas and Kabulsiak care for the impossible solidarity of the continuum of language. The works view community as the central activator in this continuance and transmission of our stories and the modes of communication they choose to express.
OPENING RECEPTION: September 6, 2019 @ 7PM
OPENING REMARKS: 8PM by co-curators and guest artists
EXHIBITION: September 6 - 28, 2019
EXHIBITION HOURS: Friday + Saturday / 2PM - 6PM
Tāłtān for Reclamation 2
Photo Credit, Erin Siddall
Synonym Art Consultation + Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival
Wall-to-Wall is a mural and culture festival that takes place across Winnipeg, Manitoba on original lands of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation and Treaty 1 Territory. It sees the creation of multiple indoor and outdoor murals across the city and celebrates each new work of art with unique events. /
Synonym Art Consultation is a curatorial collective based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, committed to providing meaningful employment and mentorship opportunities to artists and to facilitate the celebration of art and culture with unique, inclusive, community-minded events that serve as safer spaces for diverse populations.
Synonym Art Consultation