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, the McMichael changed leadership, the Ontario Arts Council launched consultations on the arts and Business for the Arts revealed prize winners.
This week, staff changes at Montreal‘s MAC were announced, Hnatyshyn Foundation prizes were awarded and platforms for the federal election were released.
This week, the York Wilson Endowment Award was announced, Montreal’s MAC broke records and more information about Toronto’s Photo Laureate was released.
Canadian Art has been named a finalist for two 2015 Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
This week, finalists for a major monument competition were announced, the OAC appointed a new chair and the Alex Colville retrospective proved a success.
This week, Hugh Scott-Douglas joined Casey Kaplan, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre made acquisitions and the Manitoba Inuit Association moved.
This week, Richard Rhodes announced his departure from Canadian Art, Access Gallery secured funding and the NEXT2015 participants were announced.
This week, the Canadian Art Foundation board of directors formally announced that Richard Rhodes, editor of Canadian Art, is stepping down after nearly 20 years with the publication.