On March 27, master Kwakwaka’wakw artist and chief Beau Dick died in BC. Here, some who knew him reflect on his life, art, activism and influence.
Janice Wright Cheney’s life-sized, rose-covered bears—widely seen in “Oh, Canada”—could be from a fairy tale. But they also connote a very real adult grief.
Imperial Oil donated $6 million of art to museums in Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery created an Indigenous Advisory Circle and a new criticism award launched.
The new federal budget includes changes that Canada’s artists and art organizations need to be aware of—here are eight issues to know about.
Felix Kalmenson gathered materials for a critical art installation during his first return to his Russian birthplace in 27 years.
The damage of the Sixties Scoop has been profound, and overlooked, for decades—but a new exhibition may mark a period of recognition and visibility.
A preview of LandMarks2017/Repères2017, which will install 10 artworks in Canada’s national parks on the occasion of the country’s sesquicentennial.