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.
A cleaning mix up damaged an artwork, Calgary’s mayor addressed a public-art controversy and winners of a major student photo prize were announced.
Blackfoot artist criticizes public art piece in Calgary, OCAD appoints new dean of graduate studies and TIFF announces its Canadian features.
McMaster appoints a new Indigenous curator, Barry Till retires and the Yukon School of Visual Arts is in jeopardy.
A Montreal couple opens an unofficial Tim Hortons museum in their apartment and Scotiabank launches the inaugural New Generation Photography Award.
One of Canada’s largest photo prizes announced the four international artists who are in the running for this year’s $50,000 award.
Six months after the closing of the latest Biennale de Montreal, the event says it is in a “precarious” financial position, with some artists still unpaid.
The Atlantic arts community mourns the loss of curator, writer and arts administrator Mary MacDonald.
2,000 Annie Liebovitz photographs flagged by CPERB, Igloo Tag Trademark changes ownership and Mercer Union appoints a new director.
Poet, scholar and critic to write series of articles under mentorship of Indigenous editor-at-large and staff.
This week, a Kitchener museum incorporates vandalism of its Canadian flag into its exhibition.
From across Canada, 15 painters to watch have been selected for one of the nation’s most well-known art competitions.