In the mid-1980s, Calgary had 18 gay restaurants, bars, baths and cafes. By 2014, there were only three. Artists Kegan McFadden and Mark Clintberg discuss.
Dayna McLeod speaks about the grand opening of her Uterine Concert Hall, a small but “flexible and expandable” venue that wittily critiques sexism and bias.
Returning to his initial training as a dancer, Brendan Fernandes continues to explore the ways that identity is not static, but enacted.
Canadian Art is hiring two editorial interns. Apply by September 2, 2016, to gain mentorship and practical experience in arts journalism.
This week, art leaders wrote an open letter to Mélanie Joly, the Ontario government released a cultural strategy and accusations of art plagiarism surfaced.