Upcoming Events

Lucid Dreams

SOFA Students Association Presents Lucid Dreams

SOFA is happy to invite you to our first party of the semester! Saturday, November 18th at 8pm at Forth. Come experience the 60s with us!

Featuring the psychadelic grooves of:

Tickets available in advance: $5 for SoA Student, $10 for other lovely humans. $10 at the door for all. All ticket sales from the event will go to support the Rooster Town Blockade Legal Fund.

Find out more at: https://www.facebook.com/roostertownblockade/ or support at https://www.gofundme.com/481wbf4

Free entry to defendants in Rooster Town Blockade case.

Please email us for tickets. Can't wait to see you all there! Event is open to all ages. Those who are to consume alchohol responsibly must be 18+ and have government issued ID at the door and wear provided wristbands.

Show and Create

This year's Show and Create is right around the corner!

Put on annually, Show and Create is an event that showcases the work of students of the University of Manitoba's, School of Art, and also is a chance to paint collaboratively on a large scale. The show is officially open at the Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre as of Saturday, November 18th and will run until Wednesday, November 28th.

We will be hosting a public reception on Friday, November 24th. There will be a colaborative painting done throughout the night. Participation is open to all who attend. Don't miss out!


SOFA is actively seeking submissions to Show and Create from SoA students. All mediums are accepted. Please submit images of submissions, along with name, date of production, dimensions, a bit about the piece, and dimensions to Luther Konadu

Deadline for Submissions is 5pm November 16th.

Past Events

SOFA SA X Nuit Blanche

September 30, 2017

Spectator / Boundary Net

Project Description


Set in an industrial garage storing outmoded objects of utility. Cultures of work, sport, public art, and hoarding have accumulated.


Call for Submissions

SOFA SA is requesting artworks made with or derived from discarded materials found on the University of Manitoba campus. Participation is open to all. Experimentation with material, space and limits of the term ‘artwork’ is the goal. We are encouraging participants to reflect on the material’s origins on the university campus, its destination at 100 Higgins Ave., and the process of this displacement. Humour is welcome.

Submissions will be accepted until we run out of space.


Find garbage or discarded materials

Make something out of it

Send us an image, title and your (your groups) name or alias by Sept. 25

Drop off work at site