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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Great workshop being offered by our friends at ACI Funders Forum: Canada Council for the Arts Info Session ... See MoreSee Less

Funders Forum: Canada Council for the Arts Info Session

March 6, 2017, 5:00pm - March 6, 2017, 9:00pm

Date: Monday, March 6, 2017 Time: 5-7pm (English), 7-9 pm (French) Location: Large Classroom, 245 McDermot Avenue, 4th floor Cost: Free! Presenter: Claire Marchand The Canada Council for the Arts is conducting a bilingual information session about its New Funding Model, with a special focus on the new program “Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada.” Independent artists of all disciplines are welcome to attend, learn and ask questions of Canada Council representative Claire Marchand, regarding the recent changes at the CCA. Arts administrators, groups and collectives are also welcome to attend! Le Conseil des arts du Canada mènera une séance d’information bilingue concernant son nouveau modèle de financement auprès des artistes et des organismes artistiques. La séance portera une attention particulière au nouveau programme « Créer, connaître et partager : Arts et cultures des Premières Nations, des Inuits et des Métis au Canada. Parking: 245 McDermot is wheelchair accessible–elevator access is off the back alley on Arthur Street. Please notify us if you have any special accommodation needs.

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Une belle opportunitée de travailler dans les arts... c'est super valorisant! Et pour la troupe de théâtre la plus vieille en Amérique du nord... malgré le fait, que son art est tout a fait contemporain! ... See MoreSee Less

Poste à combler au TCM!! Nous cherchons un/une Responsable des communications et du marketing pour notre équipe. Idéalement, cette personne sera organisée, douée en informatique, dévouée à la cause et aura la gentillesse de préparer le café le matin pour le reste de l'équipe. (Voir la vraie description ci-dessous.) Date limite pour postuler vendredi 3 mars!

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One of the exciting activities happening in the Exchange district on a first friday! The HUB: Ballet Electric ... See MoreSee Less

The HUB: Ballet Electric

March 3, 2017, 9:30pm - March 4, 2017, 2:00am

Culture Card is thrilled to announce that after an amazing reception from The HUB: Opening Night WSO, that we are returning to the Centennial Concert Hall in collaboration with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Pride Winnipeg for the Friday, March 3rd performance of Jean Grand-Maître’s critically acclaimed ‘Love Lies Bleeding’ performed by the Alberta Ballet. This production features mesmerizing multimedia ballet and fuses the joy of pop/rock with the breathtaking physicality of ballet in a dance spectacular on par with the boldest Broadway productions. Featuring 14 classic songs by rock legends Sir Elton John and Bernie Taupin, depicting a musician’s rise to superstardom. But the night doesn’t stop there. We have a ton in store for you as The HUB: Ballet Electric takes over the Centennial concert hall from 930PM - 2AM. Come dance to the music of DJ Wanda Guenette, and MEMETIC’S Nathan Zahn who will be returning to The HUB once again! Enjoy the atmosphere and take in a creative art installation by Marc Kuegle, and try your hand at some virtual reality art and dance courtesy of Bit Space Development. We are thrilled to have Club 200 putting together an incredible and unique performance that will add flavour and spice to the event, in addition we will also have entertainment by singer Mariana Cañadas throughout the night. Stay and see the wonderful creations of veteran fashion designer Alex Espinosa featured in an amazing production with Panache Management with hair by Salon POP and make up by The Artist Groupe. Enjoy a complimentary beer from Little Brown Jug Brewing Company and stay for a phenomenal evening of live music, dance and celebration. Come enjoy a jam packed evening of culture and entertainment, dance the night away and celebrate equality and multiculturalism with one of Winnipeg’s most well respected institutions. More info and tickets for The HUB: Ballet Electric can be found here: To purchase tickets for Alberta Ballet´s 'Love, Lies, Bleeding' prior to our after party, please go to the RWB website here: #SeeyouatTheHUB

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