Guided Tours | Workshops | Curriculum Guides

Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art offers FREE guided tours and educational programs. We invite student groups to participate in our learning programs, which includes in-depth curriculum guides customized for each exhibition, coupled with comprehensive exhibition tours and related workshops led by a local artists. For our winter exhibitions performance artist Freya Olafson will lead a movement-based workshop for students that correspond with the themes and material concerns of Fred Sandback and Angie Keefer’s exhibitions.

Plug In ICA’s Learning Programs provide opportunities for students in Manitoba to engage with contemporary art. Over the course of 90 minutes, students gain experience reading and interpreting visual materials. Additionally, the workshops allow students to gain deeper experiential understanding of the process of production, as well as the material and conceptual themes. Guided tours can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each group. For more information or to book a tour, please contact Sarah Nesbitt at sarah@plugin.org or by telephone at (204) 942-1043 ext 27.

In addition, we will be offfering a guided tour, in French by local artist Janelle Tougas:
Le samedi le 4 février, Plug In ICA présente une tournée guidée en français par Janelle Tougas des expositions FIRST CLASS, SECOND THOUGHTS, INTERMINABLE SWELL d’Angie Keefer et une sélection d’oeuvre de Fred Sandback.

Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art would like to thank the generous sponsors and supporters of the Learning Programs, including The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Investors Group, and The Winnipeg Foundation.

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