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Clay Owl: Paint your own Giraffe

Kids! If you are in grade 2-6, join us in our early dismissal program in partnership with Clay Owl as we paint our own Giraffe!

Pieces will be fired afterwards at Clay Owl Studio and can be picked up there.

Registration is $15 per child

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Clay Owl: Paint your own Cat

Kids! If you are in grade 2-6, join us in our early dismissal program in partnership with Clay Owl as we paint our own Cat!

Pieces will be fired afterwards at Clay Owl Studio and can be picked up there.

Registration is $15 per child

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Clay Owl: Paint your own Rabbit

Kids! If you are in grade 2-6, join us in our early dismissal program in partnership with Clay Owl as we paint our own Rabbits!

Pieces will be fired afterwards at Clay Owl Studio and can be picked up there.

Registration is $15 per child

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Faces of Winkler 2020: Opening Reception

Join us in celebrating the opening of this year’s Faces of Winkler Exhibit.

Come down to see the artistic talent in our area, meet the Faces of Winkler for 2020, and enjoy some good company, food, and art!

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Spring Back 40 Coffeehouse

Featuring:

  • Steve Keys
  • Warren Friesen
  • Bill Dowling
  • Open Mic

Free Admission | Cash Bar

Cross Stitch Tutorial

Price includes a cross stitch kit to follow along with the demonstration.

Count me in!

After School Art: The Sound of Colour

In this class, kids will explore how sound and color relate. They will get to play with different art materials to create abstract masterpieces as they listen to music.

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Playing with Watercolour Pt. 2

This workshop we will continue to play with watercolor and build upon the skills learnt in the previous workshop “Playing with Watercolor”. If you did not participate in the first workshop you are still welcome to register for this one!

Dates & Times:

  • May 1 @ 7:00pm – 9:00pm
  • May 2 @ 10:00am – 4:00pm

Let’s Paint!

Playing with Watercolour

It’s a play date with watercolor! In this 2 day workshop you will become familiar with different types of watercolor and how they are applied and manipulated.

Dates & Times are:

  • April 17 @ 7:00pm – 9:00pm
  • April 18 @ 10:00am – 4:00pm

Let’s Paint

Oil Diffusing Felt Succulent Workshop

This workshop is an 18+ event.

Join us on April 15th at 7:00pm for a fun night of crafting!

Registration includes snacks and all the supplies you will need to create a beautiful felt craft.

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Sharon Cory Art Exhibit

Sharon Cory


I am a Manitoba artist who grew up in Winnipeg and now lives in Emerson. I spent years at The University of Manitoba studying Architecture and Fine Arts and, in my artistic career; I’ve worked in many different mediums and styles.

 Right now, I’m back to being a Figurist working in acrylics on larger canvasses. I hover between abstraction and realism in illustrating life concepts that affect me and the society I see around me. 

Lately, I’ve spent time driving back and forth across the northern U.S. on my way back to Manitoba. I’ve encountered a plethora of landscapes, from mountains, to prairie to rough, sagebrush-choked desert. Everywhere I’ve gone I’ve seen desolated farms and towns, deserted by people but with buildings intact. 

The theme of this show is that it takes resilience to withstand these rough landscapes. Who comes to these places? Who stays?

Jean Mackie


Jean Mackie grew up in southwestern Manitoba on a small farm near Pierson, MB, but currently lives in Emerson, MB.  Jean was an elementary school teacher for most of her working career and did not have a lot of time to delve into her love of art.  At the time of her retirement in 2013, her staff presented her with an easel and paints and that was the beginning of her personal journey in art. 

As a self-taught artist, Jean is still experimenting with many different styles of art.  She works predominantly in acrylics and draws most of her inspiration from Canadian landscapes, particularly the prairies.  Although she usually paints on canvas, Jean has also painted on many different objects such as metal kettles, pots, sawblades, and even maple leaves.   

Jean has recently meshed her admiration of quilt artists and landscape artists to create a unique style of her own.  Jean imagines landscapes in segments as they might be created by a quilter.  She paints each segment with base colours and then goes back to overpaint these colours with designs to resemble fabric patterns.  These colourful creations use bright colours and sleek geometric shapes.

Jean’s work has been displayed at the Pembina Hills Art Gallery in Morden, MB for the past 3 years.  In the spring of 2019, she participated in the Central Region Juried Art show and had one of her quilt-like landscape paintings, “Nanuk’s Spirit Journey”, chosen as the People’s Choice.  It was also chosen to tour throughout the Central Region during the summer at several local galleries, including the Buhler Gallery in Winnipeg.   

This is Jean’s first exhibition and she is excited to have been asked by noted artist, Sharon Cory, to join in this joint venture.  

John Glassco


John Glassco grew up in Winnipeg and attended the University of Manitoba where he achieved a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in 1972. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1980 and was struck by the stark and sometimes harsh, desert landscape of central Washington, where he eventually settled. 

John has always been involved in Drawing and Photography as a means of expression. His curiosity has led him to explore the geology and ever changing quality of light in the valleys between the Cascades and the Rockies. 

Travelling back and forth, over the last two years, between his adopted town of Soap Lake and his birthplace in Manitoba, has afforded an opportunity to explore the impact of time on the rural landscapes that tie these two places together. It has been a journey of decay and rebirth, hopefully reflected in the images presented here.

Clay Owl: Paint Your Own Gnome

Kids! If you are in grade 2-6, join us in our early dismissal program in partnership with Clay Owl as we paint our own Gnomes!

Pieces will be fired afterwards at Clay Owl Studio and can be picked up there.

Registration is $15 per child

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Arrrt Explorers!

Spring break art camp

Join us for five days of arty adventures!

This spring break we will take you on a treasure hunting voyage through art!

Session for ages 7-9:
March 30 – April 3
10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Session for ages 10-12:
March 30 – April 3
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Let’s Go Exploring!

Chase the Ace

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