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Articles by Leah Sandals

There are 275 articles by Leah Sandals

News
Artists Reach Trial Agreement with Nat’l Gallery

Following more than a decade of negotiation and litigation, the National Gallery of Canada is close to reaching an agreement with key artist groups on fees.

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Features
Amy Malbeuf Q&A: My References, My Self

Edmonton installation by Alberta-raised artist merges traditional Aboriginal craft with a range of quotations influential to her practice.

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News
The House That Art Education Built

New Brunswick’s Mount Allison University may be small, but it hopes to set a new standard for art-ed facilities with its latest building.

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News
Exposure Photo Fest to Go Alberta-Wide in 2015

Focused on Calgary, Banff and Canmore for the past 10 years, the festival is now seeking proposals from across Alberta.

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Features
10 Thoughts on Why Nuit Blanche Has Triumphed—and Tanked—Across Canada

Over the past decade, Nuit Blanche-style events have spread from BC to Nova Scotia—what are the pros and cons of this?

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News
Painter & Award Founder Joseph Plaskett Dies at 96

Respected BC-born artist known for intimate still-lifes founded $25,000 annual award for emerging Canadian painters.

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5 Questions for CARFAC Arts Advocacy Winner Johnnene Maddison

Maddison, the 2014 winner of CARFAC’s National Visual Arts Advocacy Award, talks about pressing issues facing Canadian artists today, and how to help.

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Newfoundland Selects Artists for 2015 Venice Biennale

Jordan Bennett and Anne Troake have been selected as the artists in Newfoundland and Labrador’s official Venice Biennale submission for 2015.

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Sheila Spence Appointed Director at Plug In ICA

Photographer and arts manager Sheila Spence has been named director, administration and development at Winnipeg’s Plug In ICA. Spence fills one of two new director positions created since the…

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Reviews
Hard Edges Cushioned at Softening the Corners

It seems there is such an interest right now in formalism and abstraction that work of a more representational or corporeal ilk comes across as a surprise—and a pleasant surprise at that….

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