Professional Photographer – Winnipeg – Manitoba – Canada


Douglas Riske Portraits, April 19 2016

“After 17 years at the heart of Manitoba’s arts and cultural community, Douglas Riske will be retiring from his position as Executive Director of the Manitoba Arts Council, effective December 31, 2015. Riske was appointed Executive Director of the Manitoba Arts Council in 1998, following two years as Executive Director of the Yukon Arts Centre… Keep Reading

2016/All things Icelandic

Fjallkona Announcement Brunch, April 17 2016

“The image of the fjallkonan has also been prominent among Vestur Íslendingar in Canada. A woman dressed as the Lady of the Mountain first appeared at the Iceland Days in Winnipeg, Canada in 1924. Here too, the fjallkona has been deployed to promote feminism.” from Wikipedia                  … Keep Reading


Legally Blonde the Musical, MTYP, April 14 2016

Musical Theatre Company: Legally Blonde Book by: Heather Hach Music and Lyrics by: Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin Based on Novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture With Permisson by Musical Theatre International  Performances: April 15 7 pm April 16 7 pm April 17 1 pm Appoximate Run Time: 120 Minutes MTYP Theatre… Keep Reading


Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Late Gala, April 8 2016

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries presents Truth Bomb Gala We are dropping truth bombs, hilarious truth bombs. comics with passionate, uncompromising opinions, doing material about how they see the world / society. Hosted by: Mary Walsh CAST: Danish Anwar, DeAnne Smith, Peter White, Adrienne Fish, Pete Johansson, Simon King.              … Keep Reading


Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Early Gala, April 8 2016

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries presents “Customs & Integration Gala” Celebrating first and second generation Canadians; comics whose family came to Canada from elsewhere in the world. It Could be 1st generation, 10th generation, or anywhere in between. Comparisons and contrasts between old culture and new, older generation, younger generation. A look at what being Canadian… Keep Reading


Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Born This Way Gala, April 7 2016

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries presents Born This Way Gala Celebrating how funny it is that we are born the way we are. comics who are unapologetically themselves, doing autobiographical material discussing or demonstrating what makes them unique or interesting. Hosted by: Brent Butt CAST: Phil Hanley, Jess Salomon, Nick Reynoldson, Kyle Bottom, Lara Rae, Andy… Keep Reading


“Logarian Rhapsody”, April 5 2016

DUETS April 21–23, 8pm The remount of Brent Lott’s arresting duet ANGLE OF REPOSE, the World Premieres of duets by ex WCD dancer Lesandra Dodson and former WCD Artistic Director Tedd Robinson* & a Sneak Peek in to Brent Lott’s FLIGHT OF FANCY *Robinson’s duet is a Co-Presentation with Alexandra Elliott Dance and features Winnipeg dance artists Alexandra… Keep Reading


Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Library, April 4 2016

“The Winnipeg Comedy Festival was the brainchild of Lara Rae (formerly Al Rae) and CBC Radio’s Tom Anniko, who worked in partnership with the Gas Station Arts Centre to bring the first comedy festival to life. Fourteen years later, the festival remains the GSAC’s flagship event and has come to include year-round outreach programs, rural… Keep Reading


“Heathers, The Musical” Winnipeg Studio Theatre, March 31 2016

Heathers, the Rock Musical March 31 – April 9, 2016                Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre – 140 Rupert Street “Winnipeg Studio Theatre is pleased to present the hit Off-Broadway musical, HEATHERS.  Based on the 1988 cult classic film, HEATHERS, THE MUSICAL follows Westerburg High School senior Veronica Sawyer through her tumultuous… Keep Reading


Festival of Fools, March 26 2016

The Festival of Fools is free family event held at The Forks during the school spring break. “The Festival of Fools is closed linked with the WICF’s Circus Arts (C.A.M.P.) programs. While the C.A.M.P. social circus program was winning headlines and awards, WICF organizers realized that they were also bringing a huge troupe of talented… Keep Reading

2016/Great Outdoors

Laura Reeves’ farm in early spring, March 24 2016

“Prairie Shore Botanicals is located near Gardenton, Manitoba, on the northern edge of what was once a vast sea of tall grass prairie.  Here, the Manitoba Tall Grass Prairie Preserve contains sizeable prairie remnants where one can still experience the mesmerizing wave-like motion of grasses and sedges as they sway rhythmically in the wind. Prairie… Keep Reading


Nova Dance, March 24 2016

Nova Dance Collective  (NDC) was formed in 2011 by Zorya Arrow, Rachelle Bourget, Alexandra Garrido, Janelle Hacault, Sarah Helmer, Alexandra Scarola and Kelsey Todd as third year students in the Senior Professional Program of the School of Contemporary Dancers (SCD.) “Their debut presentation was FRESH, a self-produced show of original works, for the 2011 Winnipeg… Keep Reading

2016/All things Icelandic

Ljósanótt, March 18 2016

2016 Ljósanótt evening of lights Tribute Dinner. In honour of Hjálmar Hannesson and Anna Birgis Hannesson.                                                                                  … Keep Reading

2016/Music/Music Venue

Cluster Festival, March 12 2016

A PRAIRIE DRONE COMPANION Saturday, March 12, 2016 West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Ave. Doors/Show: 7:00/8:00pm Cluster Festival takes to the West End Cultural Centre for the first time.  “Jamie Oliviero, a prominent Manitoban storyteller, weaves a tale of the open prairie and developing technology. His story is cut, spliced, and interspersed with drone music… Keep Reading


Reservations, March 8 2016

RESERVATIONS By Steven Ratzlaff Directed by Emma Tibaldo and Ian Ross MARCH 10th – 20th, 2016 Venue: The Rachel Browne Theatre – 211 Bannatyne Ave. (at Main St) Reservations inserts us into two stories; a dispute between foster parents and the Aboriginal CFS agency responsible for their children and the philosophical and spiritual decision of… Keep Reading

2015/All things Icelandic/Travel

Trip to Iceland, Sept 5 2015

Travelling from a very wet Borganes to Stykkishólmur we stopped at amazing beaches and cliffs in Snæfellsnes.                                           “Although having a stunningly low crime rate and a first place ranking in the Global Peace Index as the… Keep Reading

2015/All things Icelandic/Travel

Trip to Iceland, Sept 4 2015

We rented two beefy but beat up Subarus from SadCars and headed out into the Icelandic landscape and encountered a huge glacier, waterfalls and steaming creeks. We went from Reykjavik to Thingvellir to the Langjökull (long glacier) to Hraunfossar and finally to Borganes.         “Þingvellir (Icelandic:  [ˈθiŋkˌvɛtlɪr̥] (help·info), Thing Fields), anglicised as Thingvellir (or, mistakenly, Pingvellir), is a place in the administrative… Keep Reading

2015/All things Icelandic/Travel

Trip to Iceland, Sept 3 2015

Finally having recovered from Jet Lag, I could enjoy Reykjavik and be coherent for our meeting with the lovely people in City Hall. The whole day was a complete Icelandic experience. We ate some Pylsur, hot dogs, from the famous stand, had more wonderful strong coffee, and ended up in a drunken experience at, Hlemmur, the… Keep Reading

2015/All things Icelandic/Travel

Trip to Iceland, Sept 2 2105

Our third day in Iceland I was still recovering from the 6 hour jet lag difference from Winnipeg and we had many meetings set up with local creative people. We went to the Ljósmyndasafn Reykjavíkur, the Reykjavik Photographic Museum, met with Goddur, an infamous designer and theoretician, but started off the day with a good soak… Keep Reading


Nafro Dance, Apes, Nov 2015

The Apes Nov. 6 & 7 at 8pm & Nov. 8 at 2pm, Gas Station Art Centre. NAfro is now accepting debit and credit card payments at the door Tickets: $25 Adults, $20 Senior & Students, $12 Children under 12 Artistic Director & Choreographer: Casimiro Nhussi Dancers: Paula Blair, Robyn Thomson Kacki, Nickeshia Garrick… Keep Reading

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