Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival (Winnipeg)

Wall-to-Wall is a mural and culture festival that takes place across Winnipeg, Manitoba on original lands of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation and Treaty 1 Territory. It sees the creation of multiple murals across the city and celebrates each new work of art with events and celebrations. The festival culminates with a community feast and block-part that coincides with Nuit Blanche, bringing together communities around art, music, dance, through a collaboration. The fall festival takes place annually, from September 1st-30th.


Synonym's Drag Brunch

Bringing in your monthly dose of drag with a bit of breakfast from the Tallest Poppy
Drag Brunch is curated by our in-house Queen Prairie Sky knits together art, performance, lip-syncing and the hottest tea (or coffee). Each month, we welcome new  guest performers and themes.

(Events currently paused due to COVID-19)


First Friday After Party

Synonym's First Friday After Party was created as an end-of-night gathering point for people attending art openings across the city. In 2020, the First Friday Afterparty at The Tallest Poppy will be in collaboration with JAMS Collective and RIND. on a rotating schedule for every First Friday each month. 

(Events currently paused due to COVID-19)


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