Manitoba Showcase 2023
Save the date: October 26-29
4-Day Showcase & Conference
4 Days, 32 Artist, 150 Delegates
Featuring The Best Canadian Visual and Performing Artists.
Venue: Steinbach Arts Council
The conference will feature speakers, performances, panel discussions, real-life testimonials from artists and educators, parallel presentations, regional discussion groups, networking opportunities, and much more. Peer-to-peer and one-to-one career advice and information from Manitoba Arts Network staff, specialist advisors, and other showcase artists.
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WHAT’S NEW FOR MANITOBA SHOWCASE 2023?
Manitoba Showcase is an annual visual & performing arts conference that features some of the best Canadian artists, from a wide range of genres, for Manitoban presenters and galleries, connecting them with future opportunities and collaboration.
The preeminent event of its kind in Manitoba, Showcase engages over 150 artists, presenters, agents, managers, and industry stakeholders to exchange ideas and develop and rekindle relationships. The conference will feature speakers, performances, panel discussions, real-life testimonials from artists and educators, parallel presentations, regional discussion groups, networking opportunities, Peer-to-peer and one-to-one career advice from specialist advisors, and other showcase artists.
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We look forward to seeing you!
- 12 performing artist showcases
- 6 RBC emerging performing artist showcases
- 5 visual art exhibitions
- 6 workshops
- 12 networking events
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The Mennonite Heritage Museum is the primary location for the Manitoba Showcase workshops. The workshops take place on the main floor in the Auditorium, or in the Pavilion, which is located in a separate building beside the Auditorium and will also host the 3 meals. The Steinbach Regional Secondary School is the Showcase venue. The Steinbach Arts Council building will host the exhibitions and late-night networking. Both are wheelchair accessible through the buildings’ main entrances.