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ACI Manitoba is The Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba. We are a not for profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and cultural industries of Manitoba and helping to develop sustainable careers for those working in arts and culture. By providing opportunities for business skill development through our various workshops, courses and seminars, we help you take your creative career to the next level.
On this website, you can find news, event listings, training information, job postings and much more. Use the drop down menu at the top of the page and the sub-menus on the left hand side to explore the site, and if you have any questions or feedback, feel free to send an email to admin[at]creativemanitoba.ca
245 McDermot is a professional cowork space in the heart of Winnipeg’s Exchange District where creative people and organizations come together to work, share and grow. Offering a range of services from by-the-hour hot-desks, private offices, boardrooms, to classroom / event facilities, receptionist, wireless Internet and printing, 245 McDermot gives you the infrastructure you need to manage both the creative and business sides of your work.
More than just a workspace, members join a community of like-minded individuals ranging from designers to writers, to agents and artists. Run by ACI Manitoba, members also have access to a broad range of business and career development tools from Budgets 101 to International Market Development. Come join us in the new heart of Manitoba’s creative sector and find out what coworking can do for you!
Find policies and pricing information here. For more information and availability contact Cali Ramsey cali[at]creativemanitoba.ca or phone 204.927.2787.
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Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0S6
Are you a visual artist who wants to show your creations in galleries, but are unsure where to start? Do you want to know more about how to prepare portfolio submissions and general installation practices?
ACI Manitoba is developing training to lay out the basics of working with galleries and curators for visual artists, and we would like input on the topics and training formats that interest our members and audiences.
Here is the link to our survey so you can give us feedback on training topics and formats for visual artists.
ACI Manitoba’s Indigenous Arts Advisory Council is accepting Expressions of Interest to develop a pool of qualified consultants for our new Indigenous Artists Programs.
Background and Definition
ACI Manitoba Indigenous Artists Programming provides workshops for and by Indigenous cultural workers, artists and art enthusiasts. The program offers networking and hands-on experiences that promote artistic discourse and dialogue regarding the business of art, including Indigenous contemporary and/or traditional arts practices. Facilitators employ a mentorship approach from an Indigenous perspective that fosters further art and cultural development while empowering, supporting, and engaging our communities.
For the purposes of these programs, the definition of ‘Indigenous’ is as follows: Section 35(1) of the Canada Act (1982) (The Canadian Constitution) states that the Aboriginal peoples of Canada are the Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples. These peoples are the descendants of the original inhabitants of North America and they have unique heritages, languages, cultural practices, and spiritual beliefs. Their common linkage is their indigenous ancestry.
Please submit a résumé or Curriculum Vitae with a 500-750 word letter of interest outlining your:
Deadline – January 31, 2014
Contact: Please send Expressions of Interest to Leah Fontaine, ACI Manitoba Indigenous Programs Manager
email@example.com | phone 204.927.ARTS (2787).
ACI Manitoba offers youth aged 16 to 19 a choice of four different short-term, small-group Mentorship Programs, in four distinct artistic disciplines:
These project-based after-school programs will run from January until May, 2014. Youth will meet on a regular basis to learn from a professional in their field. The filmmakers will make a movie, the music group will produce and market a CD, the fiction writers will publish an anthology, and the backstage tech group will get hands on experience in sound and lighting.
The programs are funded by the Province of Manitoba, Department MB4Yo