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Hello! Welcome to my unique website where I share with you life’s unpredictable ebbs and flows. MURALS IN WINNIPEG has added such value to my life, and I love having the opportunity to share my experiences and insights with my readers. Murals in a well-considered location brings a community together and improves spaces for people. A mural can create belonging and a sense of pride, reduce graffiti and tagging, and allow neighbourhoods to shape their community through beautification, social justice and shared project goals.

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LINES

The flowing lines of this composition suggest lines of movement, spaces of rest pathways, and waterways. Artist: Dee Barsy Location: MUSE...

Lines

The flowing lines of this composition suggest lines of movement, spaces of rest pathways, and waterways. Artist: Dee Barsy Location: MUSE...

Women

This mural visualizes women in action for a more balanced and equitable value paradigm. It shows women finding their own independent...

Tiger Mom

The Tiger mom is a great symbol in Asian culture. She is is the prevailing stereotype of Chinese parenting. The Tiger symbolizes...

Peacock

The mural depicts a Peacock. They are symbolic of re-growth and rejuvenation, vanity, immortality, royalty, respect, honor, and...

Waves

The painter shows the movement of the depth of the sea intersecting with the sun. The waves represent the mighty ocean's restlessness. It...

TIGER

The murals show a tiger painted in multiple colors as a symbol of courage and power - China Artist: Jieun June Kim Location: Sherbrook...

Happy

An abstract mural of faces, animals, symbols, tribal marks, traditional motifs, and sunlight It promotes the indigenous people, black...

Plants and Vases

The artist uses pops of colors to represent signs and symbols of plants and vases. What is worthy of notice is the interconnectedness...

A Century of Solidarity

This mural depicts images of the General Strike and modern-day workers. It shows how things were before the strike happened; and what...

Indigenous Depictions

Mural 1: nitayānān kīyāpic ōta The mural represents interconnectedness and the recognition of indigenous people through their language...

WINNIPEG

This abstract mural shows lines and colors of information about Winnipeg. - Black Bird Artist: Cyndie Belhumeur Location: The Garrick 330...

LOVE

This mural uses bold colors to depict the word “LOVE”. It's a reminder that in a society where there are still some forms of...

SMILE

This mural “SMILE” uses different shapes and patterns to bring the word into being. The mural depicts positivity and joy - Jenny Artist:...

Beyond Change

This mural represents the sadness people experience due to losing parts of their natural environment and way of life due to climate...

Sweetgrass

This mural depicts a woman with her hair made of braided Sweetgrass. Sweetgrass is used by indigenous people to smudge and drive away bad...

Black People In Canada

This mural illustrates a black woman. This mural confronts racism and the under-representation of black people in Canada. - Jaimie...

Indigenous Land

This mural acknowledges the land of the indigenous peoples. - Fatima Artist: Collaborative mural by Ray Inc., Art City and painted by...

ENMASSE

The Black and white Mural represents a collaboration with a variety of motifs and themes. - Prisca Artists: Jason Botkin, MC Baldassari,...

Mother Earth

The mural represents Change and consideration for all things on earth. - Jordan Artist: Jordan Stranger Location Sutherland and Main...

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Art is coming face-to-face with yourself

I started MURALS IN WINNIPEG with the goal of offering readers a glimpse into my thoughts and experiences. I am a Graduate Student at the University of Winnipeg, Studying Cultural Studies, Specialized in Curatorial Practices.  This website is created for a Creative Project in a Course titled “Topics in Local, National, and Global Culture: Writing the City.”  The aim of the course Is for students to experience the city of Winnipeg via space and place and a variety of ideas pulled from humanistic geography. Take some time to explore the website and see for yourself what makes you curious and eager. Read on, leave your comments and enjoy!

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