. Dear friends of Plug In, Since 1972, Plug In ICA has existed as a platform for the creation and dissemination of art in both local and international arts communities. Together, we've supported hundreds of artists to create meaningful work that critically
Video: Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth: When Veins Meet Like Rivers; ᑲᑎᓐᓂᖅ / okhížata / maadawaan. Session 10, 2021.
Plug In ICA is thrilled to present a video made by participants during the 10th edition of our Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth (IIY) program. The video, produced as a response to our exhibition, When Veins Meet Like Rivers; ᑲᑎᓐᓂᖅ / okhížata
Video: Respondent Series | Cora Morgan, First Nations Family Advocate on the State of Child Welfare in Manitoba
Programmed as part of our winter solo exhibition Sweetgrass and Honey by Skeena Reece, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is extremely honored to have hosted a Respondent Series talk by First Nations Family Advocate, Cora Morgan on Thursday, March
Thursday, February 15th at 7pm. Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is excited to have hosted a live, in house presentation of Good Evening Native America! Live with Darryl Nepinak. On Thursday, February 15 at 7pm, join us for this rare
Programmed as part of our winter solo exhibition Sweetgrass and Honey by Skeena Reece, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is extremely pleased to present interdisciplinary artist Bracken Hanuse Corlett, who presented an artist talk as part of our ongoing
On Wednesday, September 20, from 7-10pm, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art presented a short screening and panel with the participants of our third session of Interpreting [Interrupting] Youth program (IIY). For this screening IIY participants Briand Assogbague, Jand Avila,
On September 30, 2017 Plug In ICA hosted a panel discussion with Entering the Landscape artists Jamie Black, Tau Lewis, Dominique Rey, Jamie Ross, and Dominique Rey and led by co-curators Sarah Nesbitt and Jenifer Papararo. Entering the Landscape is a contemplative group exhibition featuring
August 18 to September 04, 2017 Launch Party - August 18, 2017 • 7pm Stages: Drawing the Curtain is a constellation of temporary public artworks to be launched in August 2017. This large-scale public art project asks artists to locate a site within
Launching our public programming for Wendy Book Club, the second session of our 2017 Summer Institute, Walter Scott performed Wendy’s Revenge on Friday, July 21 at 7pm. For this presentation, Scott introduced Winnipeg to Xendy, an alter ego of Wendy.
On June 27th, Plug In ICA presented an artist talk by Glasgow based artist Erica Eyres, who was the 8th speaker in our 2017 Stages Speaker Series. This series is held off-site at the former Globe Cinema in Portage Place