Manitoba actress relates to role of restless, risk-loving mom By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-April 20, 2017
Sarah Ballenden tells the real-life tale of a Métis woman caught in the swirl of rumour By: Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press-April 20, 2017
Seven Oaks House Museum
App Deadline: 23 / 04 / 2017
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
App Deadline: 23 / 04 / 2017
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.
Upcoming ACI Training & Events
First and third Thursdays of each month: May 4 & 18, June 1 & 15: Drum and Beading Circles, in partnership with Manitoba Moon Voices and Thunderbird House
Join teachers Chelsea Cardinal and Alison Cox for drumming, beading, instruction and storytelling. Doors open and potluck is served at 6 pm.
May 1-June15: Coach Access Program for Non-Profit Arts and Cultural Organizations: A Guide to Organizational Assessment for Continuous Improvement
Knowing a variety of assessment techniques, access to effective tools and a positive workplace culture around organizational assessment will help improve every aspect of your operations.
May 5: First Fridays event: FACE to FACE
The WAVE Interlake Artists' Studio Tour summer brochure splashes down in the Exchange on First Friday, May 5.
May 10: 204 Unlocked
204 Unlocked Presents Musicians Under 25 at The Park Theatre, Winnipeg, MB on May 10 featuring local artists.
May 31-June 21: Cultural Human Resource Management Course
Cultural Human Resource Management is a fourteen-hour course covering the core principles, topics and everyday realities of human resource management in the arts, culture and creative sector.
Stream 1 Professional Program-One on One Mentorship Opportunities
2017-18 applications will be available on MAY 1st.
SpaceFinder Manitoba: List a space. Find a space. For free.
A matchmaking tool for renters looking for creative space & spaces promoting their rentals.
SpaceFinder is a proven technology created and developed by Fractured Atlas, a U.S. non-profit arts service organization. This online marketplace links organizations that have space to rent with those who need space. Our goal is to help organizations (community, volunteer, non-profit, etc.) and venues efficiently find suitable users for their under-used space through this online tool. SpaceFinder Manitoba is free to list, free to search.
Many groups in the creative, non-profit and small business communities need space for meeting, creating, rehearsing, presenting, collaborating, gathering or celebrating. They spend considerable resources trying to find suitable and affordable spaces.
On the flip side, venues spend significant resources trying to find the right renters for their spaces. These might include commercial renters to cross-subsidize non-profit rentals, or it might be renters who fit the venue’s mandate (e.g., youth and education).