June 15 - 19, 2011
The first international cello festival to be presented in Canada, WCCC 2010, Agassiz Music and partners will create an exciting, ground-breaking event including internationally renowned cellists as well as Winnipeg's musicians.
Consultants will work with the Winnipeg Arts Council and wide-ranging community representation, including City Councillors, municipal planning and heritage staff, as well as other City departments - to research, develop and advise on process as well as results.
located at the Millennium Library Park
A partnership between the Winnipeg Arts Council Public Art Program and the Winnipeg Cultural Capitals of Canada project will permit a combination of resources to commission a major public art piece that celebrates the arts in Winnipeg and leaves a legacy of WCCC 2010.
Until May 8, 2011
This banner project for the WCCC 2010 Program comprises a large-scale, multi-sited exhibition focused on presenting contemporary Aboriginal Art drawn from around the world.
A neighbourhood arts centre is proposed for a Selkirk Avenue location in the North End of Winnipeg. WCCC 2010 will partner with Ndinawe, a community development organization, to inspire the creativity of youth and community.
September 25 - October 31
The Winnipeg Tarot Company will astound and delight! Using their unique tarot deck, replete with Winnipeg iconography, they tell you what the cards have in store for you. They do not accept cash, cheques or credit card for payment, only your Winnipeg City Stories!
September 11th, 2010
Dance on Broadway will take over one of Winnipeg’s grand avenues for a dance party the likes of which our city has never seen!
November 4-7, 2010
This symposium will gather international experts to deliberate and debate the current and future relationships of art and design with city-making.
Five artists were be appointed Winnipeg's Art Ambassadors. During their ambassadorship they advocated for the arts and created a legacy project in their own particular discipline be it music, literary arts, visual arts or performing arts.
August 25-29, 2010
Five days of celebration, entertainment and cultural festivities presented at The Forks free of charge, planned as a gathering for all of Winnipeg.
The purpose of this program is to offer marketing incentives to Winnipeg festivals in order to develop new local, national and international audiences, especially across cultures.