Sept. 20 and Sept. 21, 8:00 pm
Sept. 22, 3:00 pm
Premiere of two duets performed by Winnipeg's Lise McMillan and Sarah Roche - contrasting works that explore the dynamics of duos by Susie Burpee (Toronto) and Serge Bennathan (Vancouver), with lighting design by Winnipeg's Hugh Conacher.
Tickets $20 online or from The Gas Station Arts Centre.
$22 at the door
For every ticket purchased before Sept. 16, you are entered into a draw
to win tickets to Manitoba Theatre Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Winnipeg's Contemporary Dancers, Nafro Dance Productions, Sarasvati Transformative, Camerata Nova, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre and The Manitoba Opera.
****September 15, 2:00 pm in the Atrium
An Angel Cut: The Life of Mario Zava
To transform a woman’s look from the way the hair is cut – this is Mario Zava’s calling. Mario began his apprenticeship at the age of eight, arriving in Canada as a young man with $18 in his pocket and not knowing a word of English.
Mario chronicles his true rags-to-riches journey, acknowledging those “angels” who sheltered, guided and watched over him along the way.
September 16, 7:30 pm in Prairie Ink Restaurant
Gallery opening showing Further Directions Necessary
This exhibit is the first in the ongoing Gurevich Fine Art at McNally Robinson gallery series.
Dan Donaldson’s latest work deals with instructions, crate handling labels and warning signs. Lately, I have been creating my own imagery, and drawing or painting it in a style that mimics the look of a ‘cut and paste’ collage.
September 17, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
The University of Manitoba and Canadian Institutes of Health Research IRSC Café Scientifique presents “Helping Parents Understand & Help the Anxious Child or Youth”
an interactive panel discussion
Panelists include Leanne Mak, John Walker, Roberta Woodgate, and Carolyn Peters.
Please join us for a lively discussion, debate, and refreshments.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP or 204.474.6689.
September 17, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
Speaking & Showing portions of the film The Healing of Heather Garden
For five years, Heather endured painful treatments and increasingly severe symptoms with no medical hope of recovery from Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. The turning point was when she was introduced to a woman who led her to a different approach to healing. This documentary follows Heather’s journey through the unexpected and steady progress to regaining her health.
While at the Child Guidance Clinic, Judith Morrow obtained an MSW in Family Therapy.
My experience in seemingly impossible situations taught me that words, images and beliefs can be powerful healing tools. My focus was to offer a story of inspiration and hope.