Cre8ive Art Community Bulletin Board
Cre8ive Supplies maintains the content on this community billboard. We accept announcements from art groups and nonprofit organizations for events and programs within the city of Winnipeg Manitoba and Beyond!
- Recommended 30 days prior to the event.
- Recommended 30 words or less.
- A picture or logo may be included, along with a link to email/website/facebook.
- Email Your Announcement to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcements will be posted as soon as possible.
Support your local artists, artisans and crafters!
What's Going ON?
Winnipeg Folk Festival is over this year, and Cre8ive Supplies always sponsors the Kids' art activities in the Family Tent three years running!
Stop by to see us under the Chickadee Tent, bring your kids for an hour or two of cool shade and some quiet times!
We're proud to announce a new FolkFest Sponsorship this year.
Sari Habiluk has been working on a landscape painting, live on-site at the Festival and in the studio!
The finished painting will be auctioned off with proceeds going to Winnipeg Folk Festival’s community programs. Now that's very cool!
Check out the Finished Painting!
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Canadian Tire Money Drive
What’s in your drawers?
All donations of Canadian Tire money for Siloam Mission must be dropped off at 300 Princess Street at the Reception desk during regular business hours or feel free to mail in your dollars. Canadian Tire Winnipeg owners will match those donations up to $5 thousand. Proceeds will be used to purchase vital goods for the Mission and urgent needs for the good folks we serve.
Hand it Over to a Good Cause. . .
Canadian Tire Money at 2X Face Value *
Cre8ive Supplies is now accepting all paper bills featuring the image of Sandy McTire!
*No cash value. Cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions.
*Up to 40% of your total purchase.
Canadian Tire Money collected will be donated to Siloam Mission, helping those experiencing poverty and homelessness. Canadian Tire Winnipeg owners will match those donations up to $5000.00.
Double Your Stack,
Get a Great Deal — Give and Let Live!
*EG: $10 Canadian Tire Money = $20 OFF a
total purchase price of $50 before taxes.
HELD OVER Until December 31, 2016.
Artwork by: A. Shay Hahn
What's Going ON?
Calling all Artists . . .
The Boreal Shores Art Tour
is looking for talented artists from Eastern Manitoba to participate in an
Art Tour of the Boreal Shores on the weekend of August 19 & 20, 2017.
The tour will be held along a route spanning the regions of the East Shore Beaches and the Winnipeg River System through to the Whiteshell.
This will be a juried art show and individual artist studios and group locations
will be featured throughout. All forms of art will be
considered, including: painting, sculpture, pottery,
wood carving, fibre art, photography and more . . . !
Deadline for entries is January 31, 2017
Please visit our website: borealshoresarttour.ca for more information.
Forum Art Centre
Winter Art Classes!
For Everything Art this Winter, classes start January 9, 2017 at the Forum Art Centre, 120 Eugenie Street, Winnipeg. Register online or in person, or visit us for a tour of our facility.
Open House & Registration: Saturday, December 10, from 1 – 4 pm.
Many artistic classes including: Acrylic, Drawing, Hand Building and Wheel Throwing Ceramics, Manga & Comics, Mixed Media, Pastels, Silk Painting & Dyeing, Water Soluble Oils, and more. Over 30+ options for everyone: Adults, Kid’s, Teen’s, Babies and the whole family. Fine art classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced students all in a creative and relaxing atmosphere. Free parking, wheelchair access.
Give the Gift of Art Classes – Registration is now open, for winter classes starting on January 9, 2017. Call 204-235-1069
Regular Shop Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tuesday and Thursday – 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday – 10:00 am to 5 pm
Visit The Shop!
Everybody’s Favorite New Place For Art Supplies!
Conveniently situated at the corner of William and Adelaide
In the Exchange District, just across from RRC’s Princess St. Campus