The Manitoba Craft Council (MCC) was founded in 1978 as Manitoba’s only not-for-profit arts organization dedicated exclusively to contemporary craft. Our purpose is to promote, develop, and advocate for contemporary craft and its makers in Manitoba. For over forty years, the organization has worked to ensure that contemporary craft and the artists who produce it are supported, recognized, and celebrated for their contribution to the cultural and economic life of Manitoba. Regular exhibitions, mentorship opportunities, artist talks and lectures, studio visits, workshops, and retail sales events have formed the core of MCC’s recent programme offerings. Members also benefit from networking, information sharing, and promotional reach made possible through the MCC’s many events, workshops, and social media initiatives.

1–329 Cumberland Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3B 1T2

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C2 Hours: Wednesday–Saturday, 12 pm–4 pm.

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