As per Manitoba Public Health Guidelines, due to Covid-19, the C2 Centre for Craft will be closed to the public effective November 2. This exhibit will open when the facility reopens.
Crafted in Manitoba commemorates the 150th anniversary Manitoba’s formation by highlighting its diverse history of craft. This selection of historical craft, from museums around the province, represents some of the many cultures, natural environments, and communities in Manitoba. They illustrate how hand craft has shaped our history and, in turn, has been shaped by our beautiful province. Whether made for the delight of a child, the family business, a community celebration, practical necessity, or simply the activity of craft itself, each of these hand-crafted artifacts tells a part of Manitoba’s story.
The exhibit features objects from museums across the province providing a province wide presentation.
The opening reception will follow all Covid-19 rules, with a maximum of 10 people allowed on-site at a time, which is 20% of our facility capacity. The reception may be canceled if Covid-19 rules change before November 6, 2020.
While the C2 Centre for Craft is closed to the public, take a look at the Virtual Exhibition Tour of Handmade in Manitoba!
Ashern Pioneer Museum| Ashern
Burrough of the Gleann| Glenboro
Dalnavert Museum and Visitors’ Centre
Daly House Museum | Brandon
Dawson Trail Museum | Richer
Fort Dauphin Museum | Dauphin
Fort La Reine Museum | Portage la Prairie
Health Sciences Centre Archives and Museum| Winnipeg
Lac du Bonnet and District Historical Society | Lac du Bonnet
Manitoba Agricultural Museum | Austin
Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum | Winnipeg
Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame | Winnipeg
Mennonite Heritage Village | Steinbach
Miami Railway Station Museum| Miami
Midwinter Heritage Site| East Braintree
Pionniers et des Chanoinesses | Notre Dame de Lourdes
Ross House Museum | Winnipeg
Seven Oaks House | Winnipeg
Site Historique Monseigneur-Taché Historic Site | Sainte Geneviève
Teulon and District Museum | Teulon
Transcona Museum | Winnipeg
Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Manitoba Branch | Winnipeg
Whitemouth Municipal Museum| Whitemouth
Woodlands Pioneer Museum| Woodlands