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.
Imperial Oil donated $6 million of art to museums in Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery created an Indigenous Advisory Circle and a new criticism award launched.
The new federal budget includes changes that Canada’s artists and art organizations need to be aware of—here are eight issues to know about.
The damage of the Sixties Scoop has been profound, and overlooked, for decades—but a new exhibition may mark a period of recognition and visibility.
This week, Arthur Lismer drawings were found in Halifax and an Indigenous art curatorial fellowship was created at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Canada Council CEO says nation needs digital projects that benefit not just individual artists or organizations, but the entire arts sector.
This week, a 101-year-old woman who worked as a volunteer in the Second World War unveiled the design of Halifax’s first monument to women.
Artists Joseph Tisiga and Sascha Braunig are among the judges of this year’s competition, which is accepting applications until May 3 at 4 p.m. EDT.
Canadian artist Lani Maestro—born in the Philippines and also based in France—is gearing up to exhibit at the Venice Biennale’s Philippine Pavilion.
This week, the NGC faced criticism for an upcoming talk and artists became finalists in the design competition for the Memorial to the Victims of Communism.
This week is one of the biggest in New York’s year of art. And many Canadian artists, gallerists and collectors are on hand.
This week, Marcel Dzama continued his artistic collaboration with Raymond Pettibon—but this time, it’s to fundraise for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Vancouver artist plans to address family history and intergenerational trauma through his trademark medium of found images.