2-290 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0T2, Treaty One Territory, Canada.
Treaty One Territory is located on the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We offer our respect and gratitude to the caretakers of this land.
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For general inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5pm
There are loading bays directly in front of the 290 and 288 McDermot Avenue. There are also three parking spots on either end of the loading bay. Opposite ace is an Impark parking lot.
aceartinc. is not located in a fully accessible building. The public entrance, which is via 288 McDermot Avenue, (four steps up from the street) is at the top of a large flight of stairs. However, there is an alternative entrance at 290 McDermot Avenue. There is a step up from the street to the door and then 7 steps inside the lobby entrance. Here a passenger elevator (with a 2 foot, 8″ wide door) can take you to the second floor.
Once in ace, the galleries are spacious and simple to navigate.
Staff are very happy to assist in any way we can. Please call ahead (204 944 9763) to let us know of any special arrangements that would make your visit as comfortable as possible.
The following describes how to enter the space from the 290 McDermot Avenue entrance.
Entering the building via 290 McDermot Avenue
There are 2 steps up to the street entrance door
The door swings into the building and is on a strong spring.
There are an additional 5 steps up to reach the area in front of the passenger elevator. ace is located on the 2nd floor.
Upon leaving the elevator turn left and then left again.
This entrance to ace has gently declining ramp (with a half inch lip at the end) which leads into a corridor. After a few steps you will enter the resource area and be able to see the office on your left.
The Main Gallery and the Flux Gallery are spacious and simple to navigate. The Cartae Studio has a narrower than standard door frame and is generally not open to the public.
Washrooms are not accessible to those using wheelchairs. They are located in a narrow corridor and have narrow doorways.
The Woodshop is wheelchair accessible but the benches and equipment are not.
Helga Jakobson – Program Director, email@example.com
Tani Miki – Director of Finance & Administration, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tani Miki graduated with a BFA in art history from the University of Manitoba and has worked for over 15 years in programming, communications and administration for cultural organizations including On Screen Manitoba and The Japan Foundation, Toronto.
Brianna Wentz – Programming Assistant, email@example.com
Brianna is a painter, arts administrator, and casual curator. Her painting practice probes obsession and fetishization as the by-products of disconnection. Along with her position at ace, she is also a Gallery Coordinator at Graffiti Art Programming, and she curates quarterly exhibitions at X-Cues’ Café and Event Centre.
Laura Darnbrough – Gallery Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Darnbrough is an emerging artist originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia and a recent graduate from the BFA Hons. program at the University of Manitoba. Currently based in Winnipeg, Darnbrough’s figurative painting practice explores philosophical questions concerning her selected subject’s identity and sexuality. She has exhibited her work across Canada and is the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships. She works at aceartinc. as a Gallery Assistant and Social Media Administrator, the Winnipeg Art Gallery as a Preparator, and is also currently in the MAWA Foundation Mentorship Program.
Board of Directors
Seth Woodyard – President, email@example.com
Seth Woodyard is an interdisciplinary artist and tradesperson. He uses a variety of materials and media to explore thoughts on home, spirituality, sexuality, and dwelling. Seth loves working collaboratively to take on new and unexpected challenges. Hybridity and transformation are central elements to his work.
Beth Schellenberg – Vice-President
Julia Lafreniere – Secretary
Julia Lafreniere (she/her) is a Metis woman from the community of Camperville, located on Treaty 4 territory. She is the Manager of Indigenous Initiatives at the Winnipeg Art Gallery and has worked in a marketing & community-building capacity within the Indigenous community in Canada for almost 20 years. Her passions include yoga, plant-based food, and her family.
Chidiebere Oji – Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chidiebere Oji has over six years of accounting/office management experience, hold a bachelor’s degree in Physics, diploma in Technology Management, certified ProAdvisor QuickBooks Accountant, certified advanced tax preparation and certified in Bookkeeping and Accounting in Small Business.
Liam Zarrillo is a theatre artist, poet and educator, based in Winnipeg, MB. He is a teacher/advisor with the Seven Oaks School Division, works with all of Winnipeg’s professional theatres as an actor, director and playwright and is a member of Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Emerging Playwrights Unit. He loves to investigate, experiment and uncover. Using all of this as a vehicle, Liam is a persistent and dedicated advocate for representation of the 2SLGBTQ+ community and the diverse communities with which it intersects.
Priscilla Pinga is a Case Coordinator with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and an artist, whose past works explored feminists issues, gender, sexuality and desire. Working in health care, health care and health is something she is passionate about.
Peter Dueck (he/him) is a settler living in Winnipeg Manitoba who works in the field of architecture. He is passionate about the intersections of labour, art and architecture throughout society. He believes that supporting a creative art community is integral to a continual re-imagining and reforming of the myriad ways we can navigate our shared world together.
Shaun de Rooy
Kevin is currently a law student at the University of Manitoba. Prior to returning to school, he worked as the program director at Graffiti Art Programming Inc. (The Graffiti Gallery). As a filmmaker, Kevin still tries to find time to shoot film between studying.