Future 40 leaders put their passion into Manitoba’s cultural landscape – CBC

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Future 40 leaders put their passion into Manitoba’s cultural landscape – CBC

by ahnationtalk on November 13, 202052 Views

Their work makes our arts, culture, recreation and sports worlds much richer

Manitoba’s thriving cultural scene has been established by people driven to create not only their own art and recreation opportunities, but to build a community of creators.

This cohort of CBC Manitoba Future 40 finalists is adding to the landscape of our province with their work on what many people see as extras — art, music, cultural history, recreation — but are the things that make so many of our lives worth living.

You might not have heard Jaimie Isaac’s name, but even if you aren’t an art fan and gallery-goer, you may have been touched by her work just by going for a walk at The Forks.

Isaac is a Winnipeg Art Gallery curator who has worked on shows such as Insurgence/Resurgence and the BoarderX travelling exhibit, and an artist who created the sculpture Niimamaa at The Forks with KC Adams and Val Vint.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/future-40-arts-culture-recreation-1.5799017

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