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School Gallery Tours

The Portage & District Arts Centre is offering Gallery Tours for School Groups of all ages. This is a excellent opportunity for students and faculty to see a variety of art forms from Regional Artists and is a great addition the the current Arts curriculum. Students will be fully engaged learning the artistic process of how each piece was made and will be encouraged to interact with the Artist or Docent. Tours are available Tuesday through Friday. Bookings are accepted a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the tour. Donations to the Gallery are welcome. Contact the Portage & District Arts Centre at 204-239-6029 or email to book your tour today!


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Exhibition sponsors: Portage Mutual Insurance, MNP LLP, Southport Aerospace Centre Inc.

March 5 to April 13, 2019

The Reflections Exhibit

Tatum Parsons

Tatum Parsons has always loved to create abstract art. When looking for more of a fluid-looking abstract medium, Tatum stumbled upon resin. She was impressed with how she could manipulate the liquid by adding tints and using a blow torch or heat gun to create pieces that resemble the elements of earth — from crashing waves, to desert sands in the wind, to pieces that look like she sliced through granite. 



March 5 to April 13, 2019

City Life

John Nielsen

For this series, local artist John Nielsen painted pictures based on photographs that he has taken over the years. Most of the subjects are people in everyday situations. When making paintings based on photographs, Nielsen allows himself to make creative changes; for him that is the most enjoyable part of making art.

March 12 to April 20, 2019

This is Canada’s Game - Our Love of Hockey

Jodi Maxwell-Lee

Exhibit opening and artist’s talk: Thursday, March 14, at 7:00 p.m.

The sport of hockey has long been a meaningful part of Jodi Maxwell-Lee’s life. She practically grew up in a rink, watching her dad and brothers play. In recent years, you would find her cheering in the stands at her boys’ hockey games, most often with a camera in hand. When she photographs hockey, she captures images that show the spirit of the sport, not just images of her own children. They show the community of volunteer coaches, families, and teammates, the excitement of competition, and the exhilaration of outdoor gameplay. Through her images, Maxwell-Lee celebrates hockey, a sport loved by so many Canadians.