Le Canot : the after-parties that will warm up at the CCFM
February 14,15,16,21 | 10:00pm to 2:00pm | CCFM | Antoine Gaborieau Hall | $ 10
For the very special occasion that is the Festival du Voyageur, the CCFM buildings will be transformed into a musical ship, Le Canot , to become “The place to be in after-party”. For the 2020 edition, Le Canot will take you to unexplored musical lands, leaving unforgettable memories in your traveler’s mind.
Centre culturel franco-manitobain
340 Boulevard Provencher
February 4th – March 6th, 2020
CCFM Art Gallery
340 Provencher blvd, Winnipeg
Findings: Art as an object of socio-cultural and environmental reflection
Inspired by her Métis heritage, Candace develops a rebellious, raw art based on the “upcycling” of abandoned antiques dating back to the early 1900s. The elements that make up her works are finds from her property in Otterburne, to which the artist offers a second life. The works question our views of Manitoba’s human history and provide food for thought on the ecological issues facing current and future generations.
Celebrating Manitoba’s 150th Anniversary and Addressing Indigenous Issues
Candace Lipischak’s “Findings” exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of the province of Manitoba while addressing current indigenous issues.
Tuesday, February 4th | 6 pm