Friday, February 24, 2012

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Martha Street Studio Presents:


An exhibition featuring a selection of new work

created at the studio over the past year.

Opening March 2nd 6-8pm

Exhibition runs from March 2nd-April 6th

Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 10am-5pm

11 Martha Street

(204) 779-6253

Martha Street Studio

Manitoba Printmakers Association

The centre for printmaking, digital and photographic arts

Friday, November 18, 2011

Screen Crash Workshop - This weekend!

Last chance to register for the screen printing workshop this Saturday & Sunday from 12-5. For some marathon printing inspiration check out Jen Pauls & crew hard at work in the studio:

Martha Street from For You, Me & Us on Vimeo.

Friday, August 12, 2011

New item in the Printshop!

Available now in the printshop:

Dolls made by Suzie Smith!

Come check them out!

Monday, July 11, 2011


On July 13th Post No Bills Gallery will launch the first ever outdoor commercial gallery at the 24th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theater Festival. In conjunction with Martha Street Studio, RAW:Gallery of Architecture and Design, and Golden City Fine Art, Post No Bills functions as an on-site commercial gallery to market the work of contemporary Manitoban artists during the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, which runs July 13-24th, 2011.

The gallery will be featuring rotating exhibitions day and night from 11am to midnight.

Also, preview some of the works here:

Thursday, October 7, 2010

The wait for an accessible entrance is almost over!

The wait for an accessible entrance is almost over! All we're waiting on is the City of Winnipeg to build a swale on our sidewalk and we'll be there. In the meantime on September 23rd, Martha Street Studio welcomed Ted Howarth, local printmaker and professor as the first visitor to use our new elevator!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Teens who Monoprint.

Dear Martha Street Studio,

Oh how you are all missed! Here are a few photographs depicting a Monoprint class taught by the amazing Inga (top photo), who was kind enough to let me capture the mayhem of student teens hard at work. What an amazing woman and teacher. Also included in this post are a handful of staff/volunteer portraits. Beauties, all of you.

Sincerely, Meg Kroeker