Architecture+Comics: Canadian Cartoonists and the City
3 May 2019–30 July 2019
266 McDermot Avenue
Opening: Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 2pm
Exhibit runs May 3-June 30, 2019, Monday to Friday 9:00-16:30
Architecture has long been a prominent feature of comics, and the comics page even resembles the grid of a modern building, as each panel offers a window into the characters' lives. Join us in looking at how contemporary Canadian cartoonists are drawing cities, streets, and buildings, exploring architecture as spaces we inhabit and as spaces that inhabit us.
Curated by Mariana Muñoz Gomez (MA in Cultural Studies, University of Winnipeg) and Dr. Candida Rifkind (Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Winnipeg)
This exhibition is made possible with support from:
The Department of English, University of Winnipeg
The Department of History, University of Winnipeg
The Manitoba Association of Architects
The Winnipeg Foundation.
Accessibility: The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation is not located in a fully accessible building. The public entrance at 266 McDermot has seven steps in the lobby. A portion of the exhibit is displayed in the lobby.
This event is free and open to all.
Image credit: Shoplifter by Michael Cho