Martha Street Studio — News


11 Martha Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1A2
204 779 6253

10 - 5 Tuesday to Friday
Noon - 5 Saturdays





Due to overwhelming demand we are offering another Screen Printing Basics weekend workshop!   Register now to save your spot!

w/Andrew Lodwick
Saturday March 5, 2-6pm & Sunday March 6, 12-6pm
$150 (+ MPA membership)

This two-day workshop will focus on the basics of screenprinting including an orientation to the specific equipment and spaces used at Martha Street. Great for the beginner or to refresh your skills.

Andrew Lodwick has worked at Martha Street Studio for many years, as a technician, instructor and custom screen printer.

Exhibition: Bicycle Dérives – Exploring the Everyday Landscapes of Prairie Towns

Crystal City MB by Ted McLachlan

Ted McLachlan

January 8th, 2016 to February 20th, 2016
Opening: January 8th, 5-8pm

Artist Talk: January 16, 3pm

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Exhibition: Canary in the Coal Mine

archival image, credits unknown

Susan Aydan Abbott, Sandra Campbell, Yvette Cenerini, Marie LeBlanc - Curated by Sigrid Dahle

March 4th, 2016 to April 16th, 2016
Opening: March 4th, 5-8pm

Panel Discussion: Disability + Curating, March 19, 3pm

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New Studio Edition: Floating by Sheila Butler

Floating by Sheila Butler

Martha Street Studio is pleased to present a new studio edition by renowned artist Sheila Butler.

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New Studio Edition: Someone by Paul Butler

Someone by Paul Butler

Someone by Paul Butler

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Steal This Poster

short portage

Short Portage

In 2012 Martha Street Studio launched the Steal this Poster project. Artist members are encouraged to come in and produce a small screen edition that will be put up on poster kiosks in the Exchange District. Artists are given complete freedom to produce any image they see fit. The only caveat is that the Martha Street Studio logo has to be integrated into the print in some fashion. The public is free to take them if they want and are encouraged via Face book and our own promtional emails to photograph the poster in it's new home and send the image to MSS. To date we have seen more than 25 editions produced and distributed.