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, collaborative curating at the Canadian Museum of Nature, Pierre-François Ouellette’s new space and Hamilton Artists Inc.’s new director.
The winner of the 18th RBC Canadian Painting Competition, and two honourable mentions, were announced in a ceremony tonight in Toronto.
The Hnatyshyn Foundation has announced the recipients of their mid-career awards and emerging-artist prizes.
This week, Ken Lum protested the potential closure of an East Vancouver school, Museum London started a capital campaign and William A. Ewing was honoured.
Canadian Art Weekly has been nominated yet again the Best Email Newsletter category at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
Some of the best artists in Canada have donated works to our annual gala auction. And now, anyone across the country can bid on them online.
This week, the Remai Modern honoured Wynona Mulcaster, the Ryerson Image Centre hired a new curator and Maud Lewis’s biopic travels to the West Coast.
An artist residency on a cargo ship has taken a strange turn after the shipping company filed for bankruptcy, leaving the artist and crew stranded.
Cheerios, paper towels, bouquets of flowers, leaves, and yes, Kleenex—Kate Jackson only wants to embroider materials whose lives are shorter than her own.
This week, the Richmond Art Gallery’s director spoke about her departure, Powerhouse Prize finalists were decided, the AGO announced staff promotions.