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Articles by Leah Sandals

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Features
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy: Art Can Be Activism

Anyone who thinks that art can’t affect politics—or that activist art can’t win widespread recognition—should learn about Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.

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News
Canadian Art Historian Embroiled in Van Gogh Sketchbook Controversy [Updated]

Canadian art historian Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov has found herself at the centre of an international Van Gogh sketchbook controversy.

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Canada Council Head Promises “New Era” in Arts Funding

In March, Trudeau’s government announced $550 million in new funding for the Canada Council. Today, the Council revealed how it will be spent.

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What Happened When One Artist Tried to Walk Calgary’s 174-km City Limits

Canadian artist Alana Bartol took the notion of the flâneuse to a new level when she spent 10-hour days trying to trace Calgary’s sprawling city limits.

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Art Toronto Sales Report: Variations on a Theme

As Art Toronto exhibitors head home this week, many are thrilled with the sales they made at Canada’s largest international art fair. Some are disappointed.

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News
Inuk Artists End Hunger Strike as Government Promises Action at Muskrat Falls

Inuit artist Billy Gauthier and writer Delilah Saunders, among others, ended hunger strike this morning as the government agreed to reconsider hydro risks.

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Features
Meet the Artist Who Crochets Paint

For the past five years, Vancouver artist Angela Teng has been crocheting paint. Here’s why.

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Features
4 Questions for the Artists Behind Toronto’s Fake Condo Signs

Is Toronto the condo-parody art capital of North America?

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News
Video: Kenojuak Ashevak Featured in New Heritage Minute

The first Heritage Minute ever to pay tribute to an Inuit artist takes on one of the greats—the late, world-renowned Kenojuak Ashevak.

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Reviews
A Different Way for Teenage Girls to Go Wild

When I found out my baby was going to be female, I was terrified. But an artwork made with teenage girls reminded me how stereotypes fuel this fear.

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