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.
McGill University graduate Vidal Wu is the 2017 recipient of our national prize awarded to up-and-coming critical and editorial talent.
This week, the St. John’s artist-run centre Eastern Edge announced staffing changes, and municipal awards were distributed in Toronto and Ottawa.
On the Southeast Side of Chicago, an Alberta oil sands byproduct has wreaked environmental havoc. Artists, and an art museum, are responding.
When photographer Jalani Morgan found that three of his large vinyl prints were torn open, he stitched them with red thread and kept them on display.
The ground-breaking Indigenous artist—known for her work in photography, as well as painting, beadwork, installation and film—takes home Canada’s top photo prize.
Inuit art is being featured at the Venice Biennale’s main exhibition for the first time ever. See most of these drawings, and get the backstory, here.
The National Gallery of Canada reopened its contemporary galleries with “Canadian and Indigenous Art: 1968 to Present”—and more changes are to come.
A recent study showed students at Toronto’s arts high schools are twice as likely to be white—reflecting a national trend. We need keep talking about that.
Technical problems have delayed the opening of the Canada Council’s new grant application system, so deadlines in a range of programs are being pushed back.
Columns by Richard William Hill about Indigenous art receive one nomination; the other is for general excellence in digital publishing.
This week, the National Gallery of Canada announced that rates of admission for adults and seniors will be raised in July to offset growing operating costs.
An article on Kathy Acker’s time in Toronto has been nominated in the Feature Writing category of this year’s National Magazine Awards.