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Dalnavert Museum

Dalnavert Museum. The long-running museum may be closing.
Tim Worth, former curator of Dalnavert Museum, poses on the stairs.
In this 2001 photo, volunteer Jean Hardt poses in front of Dalnavert Museum.
Former volunteer (and former Winnipeg Free Press reporter) Jen Skerritt poses inside Dalnavert Museum in this archive photo.
Actors Ian Mozdzen (front) and Doug Melnyk act out a scene from their play 'Dalnavert Copperfield' in this 2012 photo. The play is a performative tour that takes place throughout Dalnavert Museum, and is a mix of Charles Dickens and the real-life history of the museum.
This 2011 photo shows The Ghosts of Dalnavert by Bolshevixen Art Collective, a collection of cinemagraphs that combining elements of still photography and video that selectively capture a moment in time. It was part of Phantasmagoria, an art show on the theme of spooky, ghostly Victorian magic-lantern projections that was held at Dalnavert Museum.
Winnipeg Stories: Sacrificial Memories by Clint Enns was part of a 2011 exhibit at Dalnavert called Phantasmagoria. The experimental film is made from discarded film footage found in thrift shops and flea markets in Winnipeg.
Mani Pisindawatch by Caroline Monnet was part of a 2011 exhibit held at Dalnavert Museum called Phantasmagoria. The multimedia installation bridged the gap between passing generations and the constant evolution of the surrounding landscape.
In this 2010 photo, Helga Jakobson's Shadow Play is displayed at Dalnavert Museum as part of Phantasmagoria, a spooky, ghostly show with various artist exhibits showcased in different rooms throughout the house.
In this 2005 photo, Dalnavert Museum is filled with Christmas decorations.
Dalnavert Museum.
Dalnavert Museum. The long-running museum may be closing. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Tim Worth, former curator of Dalnavert Museum, poses on the stairs. - Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press archives
In this 2001 photo, volunteer Jean Hardt poses in front of Dalnavert Museum. - Linda Vermette / Winnipeg Free Press archives
Former volunteer (and former Winnipeg Free Press reporter) Jen Skerritt poses inside Dalnavert Museum in this archive photo. - Linda Vermette / Winnipeg Free Press archives
Actors Ian Mozdzen (front) and Doug Melnyk act out a scene from their play 'Dalnavert Copperfield' in this 2012 photo. The play is a performative tour that takes place throughout Dalnavert Museum, and is a mix of Charles Dickens and the real-life history of the museum. - Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press archives
This 2011 photo shows The Ghosts of Dalnavert by Bolshevixen Art Collective, a collection of cinemagraphs that combining elements of still photography and video that selectively capture a moment in time. It was part of Phantasmagoria, an art show on the theme of spooky, ghostly Victorian magic-lantern projections that was held at Dalnavert Museum. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press archives
Winnipeg Stories: Sacrificial Memories by Clint Enns was part of a 2011 exhibit at Dalnavert called Phantasmagoria. The experimental film is made from discarded film footage found in thrift shops and flea markets in Winnipeg. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press archives
Mani Pisindawatch by Caroline Monnet was part of a 2011 exhibit held at Dalnavert Museum called Phantasmagoria. The multimedia installation bridged the gap between passing generations and the constant evolution of the surrounding landscape. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press archives
In this 2010 photo, Helga Jakobson's Shadow Play is displayed at Dalnavert Museum as part of Phantasmagoria, a spooky, ghostly show with various artist exhibits showcased in different rooms throughout the house. - Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press archives
In this 2005 photo, Dalnavert Museum is filled with Christmas decorations. - Mike Aporius / Winnipeg Free Press archives
Dalnavert Museum. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press

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