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A collection of sweet fairytale memories by Shelley Vanderbyl.
For children and the young-at-heart of all ages comes this delightful and heartwarming exhibition by Winnipeg-based artist Shelley Vanderbyl. An exhibition that families can enjoy together, MemoryTales is an exploration of the artist’s memories of classic children’s fairy tales that invites the viewer to consider their own memories of these stories that are a part of a shared culture, and to discover the uniqueness of their own memory banks.
One third of the lava that has flowed on earth in recorded history has come from Iceland.
Discover this fiery saga at the New Iceland Heritage Museum home to the largest collection of Icelandic rocks and minerals outside of Iceland.
Don’t miss the opportunity to behold the beauty and diversity of this unique exhibit. A stunning collection of rocks and minerals, permitted for the first time to leave Iceland by the Icelandic Institute of Natural History.
A collaborative art project curated by Colette Balcaen.
When Winnipeg-based artist and curator Collette Balcaen inherited over 50 hats from Ukrainian-born Polish émigré Anastazja Urbanik who came to Winnipeg shortly after the Second World War, she knew she held the potential for a powerful community art project.