Our features go in-depth on vital artists, exhibitions and movements shaping Canada’s cultural scene. Want to understand the deep background on what you see at the galleries? This is the place to start reading.
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.
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.
Returning to his initial training as a dancer, Brendan Fernandes continues to explore the ways that identity is not static, but enacted.
The Remai Modern is Saskatoon’s flashy new museum. But the city has a longstanding, active visual-art community. How are the two coexisting?
The quest for art fame on Instagram can be elusive, so we got Artsy curator (and avid Instagram user) Elena Soboleva to give us her best art-selfie tips.
Gesche Joost, a designer and advisor to the EU, chats in Toronto about ways to fight the growing digital divide and create a more inclusive tech future.