Dedicated to the Creation of Art and Its Promotion in the Community

180 Poplar Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2L 2C3

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Interested in becoming a member?Benefits include:

  • useful comments / critiques by fellow artists
  • an in-house art display opportunity
  • the ability to show / sell your work in art shows
  • workshops and demonstrations
  • discounts at art supply stores

Click here to learn more!



MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL FORMS
are now available ONLINE.

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NEWS

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GIVING BACK

The following is a list of charities that the Local Colour Art Group has donated art show raffle proceeds to:

Fall 2017 - River East Neighborhood Network - Not Just Dainties

Fall 2016 – Moms’ Support Group - The Refuge - Special Event
Spring 2016 - The Together in Elmwood (TIE) parent and child coalition - Special Event
Fall 2015 - Youth in Elmwood Arts and Recreation (YEAR) program
Spring 2015 - Variety Club
Fall 2014 - Children's Wish Fund
Spring 2014 - Salvation Army
Fall 2013 - Winnipeg Harvest and a call for a Tin for the Bin
Spring 2013 - Alzheimer's Society
Fall 2012 - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society
Spring 2012 - Fire Fighter’s burn fund
Fall 2011 - D’Arcy’s Arc
Spring 2011 - Agape Table
Fall 2010 - Humane Society   


Thank you to everyone who attended our “Art for the Holidays” art show and sale on November 17-19.

It was our pleasure to show you our artistic efforts and at the same time raise a substantial sum of money to support the “More than Just Dainties” charity, which will help seniors in our Elmwood/East Kildonan area enjoy  Christmas just a little bit more.

We look forward to seeing you at our next Art Show on May 4-6 when we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the founding of our club.


Keep your eye on this website or visit us on Facebook for more information.



Fred Perchaluk presenting a $500 donation to Cath McFarlane of The River East Neighbourhood Network for their "Not Just Dainties" program.  
The money was raised from the raffle of paintings donated by members of the Local Colour Art Group.