Artspace provides space for arts and culture to flourish. Home to artists, arts organizations and a range of support services, the iconic Artspace building has been the artistic anchor of Winnipeg's historic Exchange District for over thirty years. Each year over 80,000 people pass through our doors to create, exhibit, view and learn. So … when should we expect you?


Our trusty Artspace staff post tips, tricks and information for the arts community about building and managing exceptional arts organizations. The information we post is drawn from our experiences working in, and for, the arts over many years. We hope you find the information useful, and if you have a topic you’d like us to look into, let us know and we’ll tap our resources to find an answer.

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Did you know that Filmmaker Matthew Rankin was the first Winnipegger in the history of film to ever be nominated for the Quebec Coveted Jutra Award? On August 24th for Lost in Artsp_ce we will be screening his short film, Barber Gull Rub (2008) which is a fictional comedic narrative.

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Check out our very photogenic friend Reece from Little Brown Jug. Reece and his awesome staff will be supplying us with their great local beer for our Lost In Artsp_ce event on August 24. Little Brown Jug is also an official Lost In Artsp_ce ticket sales location. So don't forget to pick your tickets on your next visit to Little Brown Jug located at 336 William St. Winnipeg MB. Be sure to give them a like and follow Little Brown Jug Brewing Company on Facebook and Instagram @littlebrownjugbrewing ... See MoreSee Less

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Manitoba film maker Trevor Kristjanson was recently featured on CBC and Telefilm Canada’s Short Film Face Off 2017. His film 'Boy Toys' got MANY stars from the jurist. But, you can judge for yourself, as Trevor Kristjanson movie 'Boy Toys' will screen during Lost In Artsp_ce on August 24th. This movie will be showed alongside 5 other great Manitoba film makers, all members of the Winnipeg Film Group, and all feeling as home on the Cinemathque screen.

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