Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.
This week, the National Gallery of Canada announced the development of the Canadian Photography Institute and the AGO received an endowment.
Works by Canadian artists Alex Colville and Lawren Harris set records at Heffel Fine Art Auction House’s post-war and contemporary art fall auction.
Karly McCloskey is the latest recipient of an 8-month video internship as part of the Canadian Art and OCAD University Career Launcher program.
This week, the winner of the $20,000 Kingston Prize for portraiture was announced, OAAG recipients were released and Canadian Art’s newsletter was lauded.
Guelph-based artist Patrick Cruz has won the $25,000 top prize in the 17th RBC Canadian Painting Competition.
This week, the ROM announced their new CEO, artist-run awards were released and an Atlantic artist residency was launched at the Banff Centre.
This week, Mélanie Joly spoke about Liberal funding promises, Thaddeus Holownia garnered recognition and the Vancouver Mayor’s Art Awards were announced.
Vancouver artist Jeff Wall has cancelled his inaugural exhibition at the Audain Art Museum, which will open in January 2016.
This week, the Toronto Arts Foundation broke fundraising records, Sandra Meigs and Abbas Akhavan snagged two of Canada’s largest art prizes and more.
Winnipeg-based artist Corrie Peters has won the inaugural $10,000 Salt Spring National Art Prize.