CCFM Art Gallery

 

 

Candace Lipischak
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.

Opening night

Tuesday, February 4th | 6 pm
Free admission!


Next exhibition

Pauline Boutal

CROSSROADS
March 17th – April 26th, 2020

CCFM Art Gallery 
340 Provencher blvd, Winnipeg

 

Crossroads presents a selection of works by Pauline Boutal, included in the celebration of the CCFM Art Gallery’s 45th anniversary. Boutal, known as “The Great Lady of the Cercle Molière”, was a pioneer and a leading manitoban figure in the visual and dramatic arts.

A source of inspiration, her work has influenced the artistic commitment of several generations, and even today it continues to have an impact on contemporary creations. Through augmented reality, or virtual reality, the exhibition shows the testimonies of the cultural actors who worked with her, in order to celebrate the legacy of an artist whose exceptional destiny made history.

The works will be exhibited at the CCFM from March 17th to April 26th, 2020.

 

Opening night

Tuesday, March 17th | 6 pm
Free admission!