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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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January 29 to March 2, 2019

Sharpe Sisters Hangups & Hobbies

Carolyn Whitfield, Kathy Bryce, Colleen Bryce

Join us at the exhibition reception on Saturday,  February 16, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Sharpe Sisters have added to their love of musical harmonies with a new combination of harmonic Hangups & Hobbies — photography, painting and woodworking. They achieve harmony in a singular fashion by putting their hobbies together. The combination of their talents clearly shows their passion for nature through the eyes of a lens, a paintbrush, and woodworking tools



January 15 to February 16, 2019

PCI Student Exhibit

Various artists

Students from Portage Collegiate Institute exhibit their artworks, including photographs, paintings, and pottery.


January 29 to March 9, 2019

Many Moods of Manitoba

Susan Selby

Exhibition opening: Sunday, February 3, at 2:00 p.m

Many Moods of Manitoba is a collection of fibre art pieces that are Selby’s interpretations of scenes of Manitoba. Living in Manitoba, she has come to love and be inspired by the prairie vistas. Large views of endless skies, boreal and aspen forests, as well as closer views of trees, grasses, flowers and leaves are the subjects she desires to interpret in her art. The quilts are created using three-layer construction, consisting of front, batting, and backing held together with thread stitching. Selby employs other fibre techniques including: dyeing, painting, layering, raw edge appliqué fusing, couching yarns and ribbons, cheesecloth application with plenty of hand-stitching and machine-stitching techniques.

Exhibition sponsor: Homestead Co-op