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Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals

Representing community arts festivals in Manitoba

Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals is the provincial body representing 29 local community arts festival organizations across the province. Many communities all over Manitoba are involved annually in producing local, regional, provincial and national festival events. These involve more than 70,000 people as participants, volunteers, and audience members.

Office Location and Hours

Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals have relocated to the Winnipeg Music Festival office at #2 - 88 St. Anne's Rd.   Phone and fax numbers remain unchanged. When planning to make a delivery to the office, please call in advance to ensure that someone will be there to meet you. Likewise, when coming to pick up an order, call ahead. Be sure to order materials several weekdays in advance. In order to be cost effective some materials are produced on an ‘as needed’ basis. Mail can be directed to: P.O. Box 58054, 1939 Bishop Grandin Blvd., Winnipeg, MB  R2M 2R6


2016 Provincial Music and Arts Festival RESULTS - May 27-29, 2016

2015 National Music Festival results

Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals (AMAF) is proud to announce Team Manitoba’s results at the 2015 National Music Festival, held August 13-15, 2015 in Edmonton, AB:

1st Place, Woodwinds:
Jaena Kim, (Flute) – Winnipeg Music Festival

3rd Place, Chamber:
Clarinet Belles – Brandon Festival of the Arts

2nd Place, George S. Mathieson Choral Class
Pembina Trails Voices – Cantemus – Winnipeg Music Festival
directed by Dr. David Sawatzky


2015 edition of the AMAF SYLLABUS is now available