2019

 
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Plug In ICA is pleased to announce the Artists for S T A G E S 2019:

Raymond Boisjoly (Vancouver)

Daniel Buren (Paris, France)

FASTWÜRMS (Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse)(Toronto)

Kenneth Lavallee (Winnipeg)

Joar Nango (Tromse, Norway)

Andrea Roberts (Winnipeg)

Silke Otto-Knappe (Los Angeles, U.S.A)

S T A G E S as an exhibition, sets out to activate the city of Winnipeg with temporary public sculpture and performances by international and local artists. Initiated in 2017 with STAGES: Drawing the Curtain, the 2019 exhibition will again span the city of Winnipeg but with a further reach, engaging abandoned industrial sites, apartment buildings, parks, and other public sites, commissioning 6 new works as well as remounting an historic artwork first presented in the Winnipeg Apartments in Toronto.  Many of the works are still in the research phase so more information is forth-coming.

Please join our email list to find out about the STAGES Speaker Series. We have already hosted talks by Raymond Boisjoly and Joar Nango (soon to be online). Our next talk will be by Daniel Buren on April 9th, 2019; with Silke Otto-Knapp on May 2nd, 2019; Kenneth Lavallee on May 30th, 2019; and Andrea Roberts speaking on June 12th, 2019.  

Acknowledgments

PRESENTING ARTIST SPONSOR:  Winnipeg Foundation

FEATURE ARTIST SPONSOR: Michael Nesbitt

MAJOR SPONSOR | Daniel Friedman & Rob Dalgliesh

ENGAGING SPONSOR | Susan Glass & Arni Thorsteinson

SUPPORTING SPONSOR | Alt Hotels by LeGermain, Downtown BIZ, Winnipeg French Embassy in Canada

CONTRIBUTING SPONSOR | Gary Ursell, Assiniboine Credit Union, KPMG LLP

COMMUNITY PARTNERS / PARTENAIRE COMMUNAUTAIRES

Alliance Française du Manitoba

Leon A Brown Ltd

Martha Street Studios, Winnipeg Tourism

With respect for First Nations and Métis ancestors, we acknowledge that STAGES will be presented on Treaty One Territory, the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Dakota, Métis and Oji-Cree Nations and the passing ground of the Dene Peoples. The land and our acknowledgment of its history considers the Indigenous history of this land – its disruption through colonialism, the impacts and actions, which remain a battle today.

Plug In ICA relies on community support to remain free and accessible to all, and enable us to continue to present excellent programs. Please consider becoming a member of Plug In ICA and a donor at https://plugin.org/support or by contacting Angela Forget: angela@plugin.org

For media inquiries please contact: Luther at luther@plugin.org or by telephone at (204) 942-1043.

All public programming is FREE and open to the public. Everyone welcome!