Every week, hundreds of galleries and museums across Canada host innumerable exhibitions, artist talks, screenings and other events. Our must-sees, published each Thursday, sum up our editors’ not-to-be-missed shows and art events from Vancouver Island to St. John’s.
This week, the Art Gallery of Windsor received a donation, Hamilton councillors increased art funding and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery’s CEO departed.
Robert Houle, Micah Lexier, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Louise Déry are among the winners of the 2015 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts.
This week, the Bronfman Fellowships were announced, the art-publishing community spoke out and Saskatoon’s Remai Modern considered charging admission.
This week, a veteran Saskatchewan artist died, Loto-Québec suspended their art program and the curators of Nuit Blanche Edmonton were announced.
This week, Jon Sasaki was awarded the 2015 Glenfiddich residency, Leila Timmins joined Gallery 44 in Toronto and the SPA shortlist was released.
A major donation gives American photographer Berenice Abbott’s archive to the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto.
Three artists have been shortlisted for the 2015 Scotiabank Photography Award.
This week, CARFAC ratified their agreement with the National Gallery, Canadian artists at the Venice Biennale received a $2 million donation and more.
This week, paintings were stolen from U of T, Queen Elizabeth II viewed art at Canada House and the Reesa Greenberg Curatorial Studies Award was announced.
The Canadian Art Foundation is the only visual arts organization competing for $25,000 in a new social-media initiative organized by RBC.