The physical gallery is closed but the work of the gallery continues. There is no fundraiser event this year but the gallery still needs your support. Check out the update in words and images.
- by cheques payable to Canadian Mennonite University, MHC Gallery on the memo line, mailed to 500 Shaftesbury Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N2
- online at cmu.ca/donate (by credit or debit card)
- make a monthly commitment using the online portal or by contacting Ray Dirks at email@example.com or (204) 487 3300, ext. 346.
MHC Gallery is CLOSED
The MHC Gallery is closed for the 2020-2021 academic year.
To create more safe places for Canadian Mennonite University students, the gallery has been turned into a study space. We hope students feel welcoemd, safe, and renewed when in the gallery which we ahve all grown to love.
Look for exhibits by Karen Cornelius and Patricia Eschuk when we reopen.
CMU COVID-19 Updates
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is working endlessly to ensure the safety of students, staff, faculty, and visitors. While CMU is attempting to have in person classes this academic year, the MHC Gallery is closed to provide additional study space for CMU students. Public access has been reduced and limited accross the university campus.
All updates can be found here.
The Gallery Beyond Its Doors
Leap in Faith
Ray Dirks and Manju Lodha are currently working on a MHC Gallery project entitled Leap in Faith. They project seeks to connect with and hear stories of people and communities within different religions and faith traditions. Dirks and Lodha seek to collect stories and photos that represent the wide spectrum of how people live out their faith within multiple religions and traditions.
The completed project will be a coffee table style book; more details on the books to come at a later date.
Isam Aboud and Manju Lodha paint while leading a Leap in Faith workshop in Arthur E Wright Community School in Winnipeg on April 2, 2019.
The Gallery's Future
On June 1, 2017 the MHC Gallery ownership changed from Mennonite Church Canada to Canadian Mennonite University. The mandate and staff will remain the same. The way the gallery survives will remain the same.
We will continue to rely almost entirely on donations from gallery supporters. We will remain obligated to raise 100% of the gallery operating and project budgets—from office and exhibit supplies to salaries and everything between. So, please, continue to support the gallery as it enters this new phase.
Many thanks to Mennonite Church Canada for offering a base for nearly 19 good years. We look forward to the future.