Honouring the Work of Hands, MAWA Foundation Mentorship Program 2022/2023 Exhibition

aceartinc. is pleased to host a group exhibition by Cato Cormier, Vi Houssin, Desa Kalem, Shelley McCafferty, Alana MacDougall, Mandy Malazdrewich, and Emma Mayer.  MAWA Foundation Mentorship Program 2022/2023 Exhibition   On Friday, March 15 from 6-9PM, we welcome you to join our opening celebration. Honouring the Work of Hands brings together works by sevenContinue reading “Honouring the Work of Hands, MAWA Foundation Mentorship Program 2022/2023 Exhibition”

Wrestling with Static, Solo exhibition by Caroline Mousseau.

    Exhibition at aceartinc., Wrestling With Static. WINNIPEG, Febuary 2024— aceartinc. is pleased to announce Wrestling with Static, a solo exhibition by Caroline Mousseau.   On Friday, March 8 from 6-9PM, we welcome you to join our opening celebration.  Exhibition run: March 8 – April 19, 2024 With new abstractions on paper and canvas,Continue reading “Wrestling with Static, Solo exhibition by Caroline Mousseau.”

To Create Context, Solo Exhibition by Deinma David Iyagba

Exhibition at aceartinc, To Create Context aceartinc. is pleased to present To Create Context, an upcoming solo exhibition by Deinma David Iyagba.  On Saturday, January 13 2024 from 6-9PM, we welcome you to join our opening celebration. Opening Reception: Saturday January 13, 6PM – 9PM Artist Talk: February 2, 2024 Exhibition run: January 13 –Continue reading “To Create Context, Solo Exhibition by Deinma David Iyagba”

Solo Exhibition at aceartinc, “Trace of Freedom”

Exhibition at aceartinc, Trace of Freedom aceartinc. is pleased to present Trace of Freedom, an upcoming solo exhibition by Grace Han.  Exhibition Timeline: November 24-December 22 2023   Grace Han is a ceramic artist originally trained in South Korea. She received her BFA from Dankook University where she specialized in traditional Korean ceramic techniques andContinue reading “Solo Exhibition at aceartinc, “Trace of Freedom””

“a bead, a breath.” Solo exhibition by Carrie Allison

Exhibition at aceartinc., a bead, a breath.   Carrie Allison is a nêhiýaw, Métis, and mixed European descent multidisciplinary visual artist based in K’jipuktuk, Mi’kma’ki (Halifax, Nova Scotia). She grew up on the unceded and unsurrendered lands of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. Her maternal roots and relations areContinue reading ““a bead, a breath.” Solo exhibition by Carrie Allison”

“How to Interpret a Sunset” Solo Exhibition by Jean Borbridge

WINNIPEG, August 4 2023— aceartinc. is pleased to present How to Interpret a Sunset, an upcoming solo exhibition by Jean Borbridge.     Jean Borbridge is a queer, working-class multimedia artist out of Treaty 1. Using photography, video, and installation, Jean seeks to understand the illusion and spectacle of photography in relation to the body,Continue reading ““How to Interpret a Sunset” Solo Exhibition by Jean Borbridge”

Members’ Exhibition

Upcoming Members’ Exhibition at aceartinc. WINNIPEG, APRIL 21, 2023— aceartinc. is pleased to announce our upcoming Members’ Exhibition.   aceartinc. is thrilled to announce a call for submissions for our upcoming annual members’ exhibition. On display from 2 June – 7 July 2023, our members show is an opportunity for active members to showcase theirContinue reading “Members’ Exhibition”

Unearthing, a group exhibition ft. work by MAWA’s FMP 2021 – 2022 Cohort

    aceartinc. is thrilled to host Unearthing, a group exhibition featuring work by Kelly Campbell, Yolanda Paulsen, Lane Delmonico Gibson, Kristiane Church, Chrystal Grey, Lindsay Inglis, Brenda Stuart, Cathy Woods, Lisa Walter, and Aitkaterini Zegeye-Gebrahiwot.   Opening Reception: January 13th 2023, 6:00PM – 9:00PM Exhibition run: January 13th – 27th 2023 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00PM –Continue reading “Unearthing, a group exhibition ft. work by MAWA’s FMP 2021 – 2022 Cohort”

What’s the Value of a Dollar?

September 9th – October 15th 2022 A group exhibition curated by Matthew Kyba, featuring work by Patrice Renee Washington, Chester Vincent Toye, Shellie Zhang, Sean Weisgerber, TJ Shin, and GTA Collective.   What’s the Value of a Dollar? invites 6 artists and collectives to examine how profit-driven entities have historically exploited and dominated societies, communities,Continue reading “What’s the Value of a Dollar?”

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