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November 4, 2013

TJ for Kids Memorial Fund Event l Ian August: RE: BUILD THEM l Don McCullin: A Retrospective l COLLECTIVE CHAOS l Men With Beards

November 9, 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm
Plattduetsche Park Restaurant and Beer Garden, in Franklin Square, New York, 11010
Tickets $75 pp at the door
For reservations or donations
For more info

open bar - buffet dinner - dessert
chance auction - music - great prizes

The third annual TJ for Kids Memorial Fund Event in memory of Sgt. Anthony R. Johnson, Jr., also known as TJ, who was killed in a horrific accident in November 2010.

Our chance auction proceeds will benefit Angela's House Community Outreach Program.
Your purchase of tickets to the event, financial donation, or gift contribution will help us continue TJ’s legacy. Together we can help make the lives of these children and their families a little bit easier. We look forward to your participation in what is sure to be an incredible event!
God Bless You.
Susan Johnson, (TJ’s Mom) TJ for Kids Memorial Fund Fed. ID# 45-3423403

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Gallery 1C03 at The University of Winnipeg proudly presents RE: BUILD THEM 
to December 7, 2013
Admission is always free and everyone is welcome. Wheelchair accessible.

A solo exhibition of paintings, sculptural maquettes and video by Winnipeg artist Ian August that reflects upon the effects of the Bauhaus movement.  Ian has presented his art in exhibitions across Canada for the last decade.

Opening reception: November 7, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at Gallery 1C03
Includes launch of Gallery 1C03 publication Frank Shebageget

Artist talk: November 13, 12:30 p.m. in Room 2M70, 2nd floor of Manitoba Hall

The film Bauhaus: The Face of the Twentieth Century (ArtHaus MUSIK, 1994)
followed by discussion with the artist and art historian Dr. Oliver Botar
November 18, 4:00 p.m. in Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, 3rd floor of Centennial Hall 

Monday – Friday: 12:00 – 4:00 p.m., Saturday: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Closed Sundays 

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Don McCullin: A Retrospective encapsulates the photojournalist’s journey from working class England, to the killing fields around the world, to the pastoral landscapes of Arthurian myth.  An exhibition of approximately 140 black-and-white photographic prints will be on display at the Winnipeg Art Gallery until January 12. 

McCullin’s photographs are extremely compelling, transporting the viewer from the front lines of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones to elephant festivals in India, Stephen Borys, Director and CEO of the Winnipeg Art Gallery

Aside from the photography in Don McCullin: A Retrospective, there will be films and video interviews with the artist, as well as magazines and contact prints relating to past assignments.

Art for Lunch: Don McCullin: A Retrospective
Tour with Chief Curator Helen Delacretaz, Nov 13 at 12 pm

Talks: A Witness to History: The Camera at War - Nov 24 from 1 pm to 2 pm

Film: McCullin - Nov 29 at 7 pm, Dec 15 at 2 pm, Jan 10, 2014 at 7 pm
A powerful documentary portrait of legendary British war photojournalist Don McCullin.

Debra Fehr, 204.789.1767

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Graffiti Art Programming Inc., 109 Higgins Avenue

COLLECTIVE CHAOS a large-scale collaborative mural by the EN MASSE Project.
November 14 - January 15
Opening Reception November 14, 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m
Featuring live music by DJ KINETIK & BIRDAPRES
Admission is free with a donation of non-perishable food item

See how the gallery space is transformed into an all-encompassing mass of black and white!  Jason Botkin and Jeremy Shantz, from Montreal, worked with 13 Winnipeg artists to transform the gallery walls into one of EN MASSE’s signature black and white murals.

The collaborative exhibition feature works by:
Jason Botkin, Jeremy Shantz, Pat Lazo, Patrick Skene, Julia Wake, Kenneth Lavallee,
Christian Procter, Takashi Iwasaki, Gabrielle Funk, Jason Cabredo, Nereo Eugenio,
Brian Hunter, Dany Reede, Rodrigo Pradel, Shaun Morin.

Pat Lazo, 204.667.9960

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Winnipeg Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street
Men With Beards - Winnipeg Screening

November 15, 16, 21 - 9:00 pm l November 17 - 7:00 pm

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