Care: Microgrants Exhibition
Presented in partnership with the University of Manitoba Institute of Humanities and QPOC Winnipeg
Care features works funded in 2020 through microgrants provided to artists by MAWA, the University of Manitoba Institute of Humanities and QPOC Winnipeg. It reflects a multiplicity of perspectives, preoccupations and passions, and is a snapshot of of our community during the global pandemic. Join us in celebrating the tenacity of local art and artists, and the ability to create through crisis.
Stay tuned for online photos and videos of the exhibition.
Care Microgrant Panel Discussion
Wednesday, June 16, 7-9 pm online
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Artists and artlovers who identify as BIPOC are invited to this online gathering featuring guest panelists, moderated by Ekene Maduka, to talk about the work in Care and issues it raises. The panel will explore both the possibilities and limits of regarding artmaking as a type of research, particularly within anti-colonial, anti-racist practices.