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Putting the eSports dispute to rest

Games are not art. Games are not sports. Games are games. They’re their own thing, and all this arguing over what else they might be betrays a secret anxiety as to whether they’re a pursuit worth spending time on. Private inferiority complexes don’t make a good foundation for aesthetic debates.


Art for Trade

As much as we like to believe we are all independent, autonomous individuals, our lives are all intertwined. We are all connected to each person…






Bizarre-o-tainment

As part of their fundraising efforts for the United Way of Winnipeg, the multi-talented people of Graffiti Art Programming (GAP) and Art City are teaming…


Emerging Voices

On Sept. 28, coinciding with Culture Days, Winnipeg’s private and public art galleries—as well as other cultural institutions and installations in public spaces—will open to…



Queer Perspectives

Lisa Wood has just completed a yearlong project in partnership with the Rainbow Resource Centre, as part of the WITH ART Community Program put together…