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PROGRAMMING AND EVENTS

GALLERY BALL 2015 October 17, 2015 Four hundred guests dined like deities at a monumental celebration nearly 3,000 years in the making with Olympus. The WAG's annual Gallery Ball was a smashing success, raising over $200,000 in support of youth outreach and education programs. Guests participated in extraordinary live and silent auctions, and enjoyed a sumptuous meal in the galleries with performances by acclaimed New York dancer Jeanne Bresciani and by local dance artists. See more photos at galleryball.wag.ca.

CRAFTED Buzzing with over 3,500 shoppers, the WAG hosted CRAFTED: Show + Sale, the Gallery's first-ever juried craft fair. Presented in partnership with Manitoba Craft Council and Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association, the twoday event featured five workshops and four floors of handmade crafts, showcasing the extraordinary talents of over 50 artists from Manitoba and Nunavut.

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Crazy In Love and WAG

November 6 & 7, 2015

gallery ball, top l-r: WAG Curatorial Resident of Indigenous and Contemporary Art Jaimie Isaac, Chris Fehr, The Winnipeg Foundation Board Chair Susan Millican, James Millican, Nancy Frost, The Winnipeg Foundation CEO Rick Frost, Deborah McCawley, and Otto Lang. middle l-r: WAG Director & CEO Stephen Borys, Hazel Borys, Tracy Bowman, Mayor Brian Bowman, WAG Board Chair Ernest Cholakis, Anastasia Cholakis, Gallery Ball 2015 Chair Susan Skinner, and Ken Skinner. bottom l-r: Margo Kalinowsky, Ian Kalinowsky, Kim MacDonald, Gallery Ball Presenting Sponsor 1832 Asset Management Senior Vice-President Donald MacDonald, Ella Donnelly, and Kevin Donnelly. bottom left: CRAFTED 2015 Co-Chairs Joyce Berry and Hennie Corrin. 16 | WINTER2015

Profile for Winnipeg Art Gallery

myWAG winter 2015-2016  

24 page magazine containing articles about upcoming and current exhibits, along with information on upcoming events.

myWAG winter 2015-2016  

24 page magazine containing articles about upcoming and current exhibits, along with information on upcoming events.

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