Note: The companion YouTube video can be found at the bottom of this post. Here’s a short video tour of my recent photo exhibition, “From Our Windows: Polaroids by David Firman,” held at the Winnipeg Architectural Foundation (WAF) in Winnipeg, April-May 2022. I hope you enjoy the show (of course) but the primary purpose of... Continue Reading →
I’d like to invite you to my upcoming photo exhibition, “From Our Windows: Polaroids by David Firman” at the Winnipeg Architectural Foundation (WAF), 266 McDermot Avenue in Winnipeg. “From Our Windows” is a personal story of life contained within four walls. Set during the early days of COVID-19, the story explores the relationship of sanctuary... Continue Reading →
October 20, 2019 The tour starts at 1:00 PM Meet at 521 Raglan Road (in Wolseley) It looks like Sunday will be a pleasant fall day. So why not join us as we wind our way to Winnipeg's James Richardson International Airport. Here's our pitch: It's a crazy idea, something you're not supposed to do.... Continue Reading →
Welcome to a year in the life of our greyhound/lurcher Styxx, compressed into twelve daily posts leading up to Christmas. Gail and Styxx on the doorsteps of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation (WAF). Styxx was the star of my show at WAF, Walking Styxx. October 28, 2018.
It’s been more than a few weeks since my last blog post. Since completing the Navigating Hope series on WalkClickMake, I have been hard at work preparing for my upcoming exhibition: Walking Styxx a month of psychogeographic walks with a greyhound Winnipeg Architecture Foundation (WAF) 266 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba September 28 to October 31,... Continue Reading →
There should be nothing surprising about today’s walk to St. Boniface for a bowl of ramen at Dwarf no Cachette. These are well-trod, familiar paths between home and downtown and, just beyond that, St. Boniface. I’ve spent years and years trekking up and down Portage Avenue, taken thousands of ambles through Wolseley, West Broadway, Downtown... Continue Reading →
Christmas is approaching quickly. Here are seven gift ideas for that pedestrian explorer on your list. 1. Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack This is the perfect aprés-walk accessory. You’ve done your 20 kilometers on the Camino de Santiago and checked in for the night. You’re ready to hit the town, find a nice retaurant,... Continue Reading →
On September 17, 2015, an exhibition of my latest photographic project, Night Atlas, will open at the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. I’ll be at the opening, which runs from 7:00-10:00 PM so, if you have a chance, drop by and say hello. Here are the details: Night Atlas: Photographs by David Firman... Continue Reading →