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520 Hargrave St.

Winnipeg, Manitoba [Treaty 1]

R3A 0X8 | Canada

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Screening : Erica Eyres' early video work

September 2nd | 8PM | at Black Lodge Studio

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'Elizabeth', oil on linen, 30 x 30 cm, 2023. Courtesy of the artist.

Saturday, June 17th - Sunday July 30th 

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Book Launch/Public Reading & Discussion:

Exovede in the Darkroom

The Films of Rhayne Vermette

Wednesday, June 21st | 7PM


Image by Eve Tagny

Winnipeg Underground Film Festival 10th Anniversary:

Screening & Performance event ft.

Sara Sowell + Dektol Corp.  

Friday, June 2, 2023 | 10 PM

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Sara Sowell, live performance of Dada's Daughter

on view February 11 - 26 ,  2023

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Julien Previeux, film still "What Shall We Do Next?", 2014

November 26  - February 4


Sept 24 - Nov 12, 2022

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 July 16 - Sept 10, 2022

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May 14 - July 2, 2022 

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March 4  - April 22, 2022

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Associated Program: Film Screening 

December 17, 2021 at  7 PM

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October 22nd - December 31st, 2021


With deep respect, empathy, and consideration we recognize and learn from the antipathies that have taken place on this land and waters we live and settle on. Blinkers Art and Project Space stand on the land space marked as Treaty One Territory also known as Winnipeg in Manitoba. It is the original territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. We strive to move out of a place of ignorance and make it our ongoing responsibility to not perpetuate the history of violence on these lands by staying in constant awareness of it.  It is our constant drive to educate ourselves about the truth of the first peoples of this land; the peoples who continue to take care, defend, and protect the land. Paying reverence to the land is a small act of reconciliation and reparations that honours the often unspoken histories of so-called Canada.

We are very thankful for the ongoing support we receive from donations, volunteers, Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, and Winnipeg Arts Council; all of which help make our programming possible.

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