Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba is dedicated to the full inclusion of artists and audiences with disabilities into all facets of the arts community. AANM:
- supports artists with disabilities in achieving individual artistic excellence
- promotes higher visibility of these artists within all disciplines and
- promotes policies and practices intended to make the arts more accessible to all Manitobans
News in Brief: Unearthing the Visual Culture of Canadian Slavery Charmaine Nelson will teach Canada’s history of slavery at Harvard, Jaimie Isaac is Winnipeg Art Gallery’s newest curator and more....
12TH ANNUAL CCF/FCMA CONFERENCE INTERSECTIONS & INTERCONNEXIONS: EXPLORING CRAFT SECTOR COLLABORATION
The CCF/FCMA’s 12th Annual National Craft Conference, Intersections & Interconnexions : Exploring Craft Sector Collaboration, is taking place September 13th & 14th at the Art Gallery of Burlington in Burlington, Ontario. Arts administrators, board members,...
Winnipeg Free Press article By: Randy Turner...
Tomorrow's Child Theater Projects Manitoba, together with the West End Cultural Centre presents Ghost River Theatre’s daring new adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic sci-fi short story Tomorrow’s Child as a one-of-kind sightless theatre experience October 25-November...
We would like to thank:
Canada Council for the Arts for its generous support
The Manitoba Community Services Council for their financial assistance with our operating costs
The Winnipeg Foundation for its financial assistance with our mentorship program