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.
Catch up on this week in Canada’s art scene with our editors’ weekly roundup of news.
Fans of internationally renowned Canadian comics artist Seth will be able to purchase some of his custom-designed fabric starting this month.
This week, the MAC’s renewal project was funded in Montreal, Dr. Shauna McCabe joined the Art Gallery of Guelph and Canadians won at US design awards.
This week, Berlin Biennale artists were announced, Emily Carr University’s honorary degrees were bestowed and art was used to raise funds for refugees.
Caoimhe Morgan-Feir’s article “The Curious Case of Levine Flexhaug” has been nominated in the Best Short Feature category alongside Maclean’s and CBC.ca.
Can Montreal become home to “one of the most influential contemporary art biennials on the planet”? Partners in the Biennale de Montréal hope so.
“One thing I am always looking for in my photographs is a kind of cross-current,” says Roger LeMoyne, nominated for his unique portrait of Jon Rafman.
This week, a Rembrandt painting was unveiled in Kingston, a major Montreal art patron passed and Art Metropole announced their new curator.
Artists Tammi Campbell and Kent Monkman are among this year’s jurists. Applications are due May 3 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time.