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Gallery One One One was established in 1965 and served as the School of Art’s professional exhibition centre until 2011. In 2012, concurrent with the School of Art’s move to the purpose-built ARTlab, Gallery One One One was renamed the School of Art Gallery.

School of Art Gallery exhibitions: 2012-2019

2019 exhibitions

2018 exhibitions

2017 exhibitions

2016 exhibitions

2015 exhibitions

2014 exhibitions

2013 exhibitions

2012 exhibitions

Gallery One One One exhibitions: 2000–2011

2011 exhibitions

2010 exhibitions

2009 exhibitions

2008 exhibitions

2007 exhibitions

2006 exhibitions

2005 exhibitions

2004 exhibitions

2003 exhibitions

2002 exhibitions

2001 exhibitions

2000 exhibitions

Gallery One One One exhibitions: 1990–1999

1999 exhibitions

1998 exhibitions

1997 exhibitions

1996 exhibitions

1995 exhibitions

1994 exhibitions

1993 exhibitions

1992 exhibitions

1991 exhibitions

1990 exhibitions

Gallery One One One exhibitions: 1980–1989

1989 exhibitions

1988 exhibitions

1987 exhibitions

1986 exhibitions

1985 exhibitions

1984 exhibitions

1983 exhibitions

1982 exhibitions

1981 exhibitions

1980 exhibitions

Gallery One One One exhibitions: 1970–1979

1979 exhibitions

1978 exhibitions

1977 exhibitions

1976 exhibitions

1975 exhibitions

1974 exhibitions

1973 exhibitions

1972 exhibitions

1971 exhibitions

1970 exhibitions

Gallery One One One exhibitions: 1965–1969

1969 exhibitions

1968 exhibitions

1967 exhibitions

1966 exhibitions

1965 exhibitions


The School of Art Gallery collects historical and contemporary art, maintaining and evolving a growing collection of over 4100 artworks – the largest art collection within the University of Manitoba.

This collection has two parts: the FitzGerald Study Centre Collection and the Permanent Collection. The former is a tight, well-documented collection devoted to Group of Seven artist Lionel Lemoine FitzGerald and his contemporaries. The latter has a wide range of historical and contemporary artwork and is broadly focused on Manitoban, Canadian, and Indigenous artwork, with special focus on artists affiliated with the School of Art and the University of Manitoba. These collections are maintained and developed via gifts and purchases through the advisement of the School of Art Gallery Acquisition Committee.

For more information about the School of Art Gallery’s Permanent Collection and/or FitzGerald Study Centre Collection, please visit the School of Art Gallery, or contact C.W. Brooks, Registrar/Preparator, at 204-474-8980 or C.W.Brooks@umanitoba.ca.


The School of Art Gallery is a research-based institution. Our exhibitions are developed by the Director/Curator, gallery staff, and guest curators. The exhibition schedule is programmed approximately two years in advance.

The School of Art Gallery does not actively solicit submissions from artists, but welcomes artists to send information packages, which will be reviewed by the Director/Curator. Information packages will not be returned and will not necessarily receive a response. Exhibition proposals from independent curators and other institutions may be considered.

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School of Art Gallery
255 ARTlab
180 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2

Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm
CLOSED all statutory holidays