News -

Regina soprano moved to Winnipeg to improve her vocals and has earned rosy results By: Holly Harris, Winnipeg Free Press-March 21, 2017

New arts centre coming up in Garden City By: Ligia Braidotti, Winnipeg Free Press-March 20, 2017

Calendar -

Hola Musica classes at the Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts Feb. 04, 2017 - Feb. 11, 2017 - Feb. 18, 2017 - Feb. 25, 2017 - Mar. 04, 2017 - Mar. 11, 2017 - Mar. 18, 2017 - Mar. 25, 2017

It’s time to register for Winter Classes & Workshops at the Portage & District Arts Centre Jan. 23, 2017 - Mar. 25, 2017

Job Bank -

Digital Platforms, Content Designer (Bilingual)

Canadian Museum For Human Rights
App Deadline: 26 / 03 / 2017

Operations Manager

Forth
App Deadline: 27 / 03 / 2017

The Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba (ACI Manitoba) is an industry-led not for profit partnership organization that addresses skills development issues and implements solutions in the arts and creative industry sector of Manitoba. As the provincial sector council for the arts and creative industries, ACI Manitoba is funded by its association membership and three provincial government departments:

  • Education and Training
  • Sport, Culture, and Heritage
  • Families

ACI Manitoba works as a uniting element to engage employers, workers, educators, professional associations and government in a strategic alliance that is focused on implementing solutions to the specific skills and human resource needs that will enable the Manitoban arts and cultural sector to thrive. In support of this work, ACI Manitoba engages in research, needs assessments, and is developing directories of artists, creative workers, and organizations.

ACI Manitoba provides:

  • arts specific management and entrepreneurship training;
  • networking opportunities;
  • youth mentorship programs;
  • urban and rural Indigenous programming;
  • interactive web programming; and
  • infrastructure development for a wide range of Manitoba-based arts and cultural organizations, businesses and individual artists.

In 2013, we moved into 245 McDermot where we opened a shared workspace for individuals and businesses that value creativity and collaboration. The purpose of 245 McDermot is to help independent creative entrepreneurs with their business growth and to create a focal point for the creative industries in Manitoba. 245 McDermot offers flexible facilities ranging from classrooms and a Sacred Circle to “rent by the hour” hot desks to private offices and boardrooms with all of the amenities of a contemporary office. It is a place where you can make connections, share ideas, encourage peers, be inspired and work hard to move your creative venture forward.